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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by mustyy: 12:13pm On Nov 01
OK Prof, thanks for the guidance, I am grateful for your work, Thank so much.
wip7:


Good day,

I can understand what you are going through. In a normal sense, the reputable open-access publishers should generally don't publish accepted manuscripts unless they receive the APC. For them to have published it without following that well-known or established step, means they are more of a predatory journal.

First, as I have earlier warned against publishing in this journal and my reasons are:

------I never for once pay to publish any research work (it makes no economic sense to me); rather I get paid by my university and government for publishing my hard labored results. ......You should avoid paying to publish even is 1$.

--------I don't publish in low-quality journals; I am a well-respected scientist so I don't allow low-quality and predatory journals tarnish my profile or dent my research work..........avoid such journal as wells; hence, consider doing quality work to get it published in high-quality journals.

---- I don't publish in journals without verifiable metrics; this particular journal has no impact factor and not in any well-known reputable database; so desist from such.



Because; they seem to share the APC with the editor that handled and other production teams; hence, they need your money rather than the quality of your work. In most cases: the papers published in these types of predatory journals often tend to provide false and/or invented data based on research that has never been conducted; however, readers are not always aware of this. You don't need them to market your published work; if your work is quality enough with citable data; other researchers will cite your work and you will get good citations.



Considering my interpretation: Bad debt list means a container of debtors for an expense that the business incurs and the payment is estimated to be uncollectible.




The implication is likely that you may be requested to pay for your upcoming APC before processing your manuscript in that journal and also tagged to repay the earlier debt before publishing with them. Meanwhile, this only affects this publisher. I will encourage you to never publish in this type of predatory (yahoo-yahoo) journals. Consider publishing you work in subscription top-quality journals from Elsevier, Taylors, and Springer, Willey than these low-quality predators.

No, it will never damage your academic career or reputation. You have not killed someone, engage in academic dishonesty, cheated someone, fabricated data, stolen research funds, or used false research outputs, etc. Those are what damages academic profiles not bad debts from yahoo-yahoo publishers.



Write to them, that you expected them to receive the APC before they publish your accepted manuscript, due to the current pandemic situation your university cannot avoid funding the APC. Refer to the fact that you have requested for a high discount, however, since no discount and they published your manuscript without waiting for the APC, you don't have money to pay or you will pay in the future if your situation improves. For the time being, let them know that if the APC will not let them market your published work, that you will market it yourself.

Nothing serious. If they threaten you ....you should also threaten them. They are not doing you a favor so why threat?

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by mosthigh33: 3:34pm On Nov 01
wip7:
Notice for upcoming Drug Dealers and Yahoo/Cyber Criminals

Cyprus is mainly for studies, the environment is relatively peaceful and nice for those coming for studies. Some fraudulent Africans always spoil the image of their countries due to their greed and illegal ways of life. This often leads to the host community to develop hatred, racist acts, and single-out nationals polluting their environment with drugs and cybercrimes.

Please just stop.....the prison in Cyprus is not friendly and why would you want to create a bad image for others due to your greed?

Sorry you need to read this well, One of your agents in TRNC Did this to this Poor boy. He can’t be a drug dealer since he’s coming as a fresh student. They tell student to bring this and that for them when coming to TRNC! This is the Result!

Speak the TRUTH!
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by mosthigh33: 3:37pm On Nov 01
MY ADVISE TO ANY NEW STUDENTS / RETURNING STUDENT HERE


Don’t carry any thing for any agents Or anybody ! Only come with your luggage �! This people are wicked souls and they will mess you up. No matter How long you have known them, TRNC changed them and they will use you that’s what’s Up! If you want to come study, come study and just don’t bring nothing for anyone!

THIS IS REAL!

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Flaame(m): 2:53pm On Nov 11
Please can anyone recommend me an affordable airline to book flight to Cyprus.... Turkish airline is way too expensive.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 4:31pm On Nov 11
Flaame:
Please can anyone recommend me an affordable airline to book flight to Cyprus.... Turkish airline is way too expensive.

IF you have visa, the following airlines can take passengers going to TRNC: Egypt-air, Emirate, Qatar airways and Air Maroc... you can check their websites or visit travel agents.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by manneger2: 5:07pm On Nov 11
Can I run MSc nurse at Cyprus, my bsc is biochemistry. Pls reply sir
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Xtention20: 5:20pm On Nov 11
wip7:


IF you have visa, the following airlines can take passengers going to TRNC: Egypt-air, Emirate, Qatar airways and Air Maroc... you can check their websites or visit travel agents.

How about someone with a TRNC Resident Permit?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 7:57pm On Nov 11
Xtention20:


How about someone with a TRNC Resident Permit?

Same if that’s person coming from Nigeria
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:00pm On Nov 11
manneger2:
Can I run MSc nurse at Cyprus, my bsc is biochemistry. Pls reply sir

Most of the universities in TRNC for MSc nursing runs it in Turkish language.

Also, it may be hard to admit you into MSc due to the fact that your undergrad is coming from different programs. There are many courses in undergrad nursing that will be a prerequisite for you..
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Flaame(m): 9:59pm On Nov 11
wip7:


IF you have visa, the following airlines can take passengers going to TRNC: Egypt-air, Emirate, Qatar airways and Air Maroc... you can check their websites or visit travel agents.
Thank you sir,a friend of mine with TRNC(North Cyprus) visa mistakenly booked a flight to Larnaca(south Cyprus) and there's no option for refund while booking,how can he get through this issue please?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by manneger2: 5:03am On Nov 12
wip7:


Most of the universities in TRNC for MSc nursing runs it in Turkish language.

Also, it may be hard to admit you into MSc due to the fact that your undergrad is coming from different programs. There are many courses in undergrad nursing that will be a prerequisite for you..
Ok sir thanks, can you help me with school I can do MSc in occupational health and safety,
I want to find out too, does it mean I can just travel to North Cyprus after getting admission without visa application
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:57am On Nov 12
manneger2:

Ok sir thanks, can you help me with school I can do MSc in occupational health and safety,
I want to find out too, does it mean I can just travel to North Cyprus after getting admission without visa application

As a student, you can travel to Cyprus after you receive a visa from the Turkish embassy of the country you are located while some national don’t need a visa to come to North Cyprus ....so I don’t know your nationality to answer this specific question.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 7:04am On Nov 12
Flaame:
Thank you sir,a friend of mine with TRNC(North Cyprus) visa mistakenly booked a flight to Larnaca(south Cyprus) and there's no option for refund while booking,how can he get through this issue please?

If your friend is holding passport from country that does not need visa to south Cyprus then he can fly to south and cross the border by a Taxi...that’s what I do when am going to Some countries.

Otherwise if your friend is holding passport from country that requires visa to south Cyprus....then he cannot fly to south Cyprus with north Cyprus visa and if no refund from the airline then the money has entered voice mail.

He should buy a new ticket to TRNC.

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by manneger2: 8:33am On Nov 12
wip7:


As a student, you can travel to Cyprus after you receive a visa from the Turkish embassy of the country you are located while some national don’t need a visa to come to North Cyprus ....so I don’t know your nationality to answer this specific question.
Ok, I'm a Nigerian residing in Dubai, Im asking because of this post
wip7:


IF you have visa, the following airlines can take passengers going to TRNC: Egypt-air, Emirate, Qatar airways and Air Maroc... you can check their websites or visit travel agents.
does it mean u can still travel without visa as a Nigerian passport holder thanks
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 9:27am On Nov 12
manneger2:

Ok, I'm a Nigerian residing in Dubai, Im asking because of this post does it mean u can still travel without visa as a Nigerian passport holder thanks

Nigerian passport holder must have a visa to come to TRNC as national regulation.

However, Turkish airline only allows students from certain country to come to TRNC after they verify through admission and immigration file that such traveler is a prospective student and has paid the fees to the university..so that way you may travel without a visa but with OKTB (OK-to-board) to TRNC.

Note: OKTB is not a visa but just a permission that the traveler can board the airline meanwhile such passenger will be subjected to the same immigration policies if visa holder during entry; meaning can Ben allowed entry or refused entry depending on the concerned entry Officer.

In recent times, many students used OKTB without an hassle.

And yes from Dubai you can use OKTB; I had few African residents that have traveled to TRNC for studies and came in through OKTB in recent semesters.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by manneger2: 10:40am On Nov 12
wip7:


Are you coming to EMU? master or PhD student? Sciences/chemical based? I have just gotten a great news. My project funding 1.5 million TL has been approved by Turkish goverment just few hours ago. This funding will pay entire fees of 3 PhD students and 2 master students working in the exact research theme. PhD students will have monthly salary of 4500 TL and project last for 2 years although renewable depends on progress.

I have contributed largely and positively to this thread of dedicated researchers, my aim is to guide upcoming African and support them via training and am very happy that I have numbers of students who graduated from my lab doing super great in various developed nations:

https://www.nairaland.com/2044554/thread-phd-students/75


If you are graduate student and would love to benefit intelectually via research based: EMU and Turkish goverment have supporting packages aimed towards upcoming and dedicated researchers.

Hello sir pls I will be interested in this
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by manneger2: 10:40am On Nov 12
wip7:


Nigerian passport holder must have a visa to come to TRNC as national regulation.

However, Turkish airline only allows students from certain country to come to TRNC after they verify through admission and immigration file that such traveler is a prospective student and has paid the fees to the university..so that way you may travel without a visa but with OKTB (OK-to-board) to TRNC.

Note: OKTB is not a visa but just a permission that the traveler can board the airline meanwhile such passenger will be subjected to the same immigration policies if visa holder during entry; meaning can Ben allowed entry or refused entry depending on the concerned entry Officer.

In recent times, many students used OKTB without an hassle.

And yes from Dubai you can use OKTB; I had few African residents that have traveled to TRNC for studies and came in through OKTB in recent semesters.
Thank you very much for the reply is absolutely clear now

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 1:20pm On Nov 12
manneger2:

Hello sir pls I will be interested in this

You are welcome to join my research group when you find yourself at my university. Read more of my contributions here:

https://www.nairaland.com/2044554/thread-phd-students/78#95883572
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Bioles1187(m): 1:39pm On Nov 12
Am so sorry to derail the threads..please I need link(thread) to Kazakhstan and turkey
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 3:56pm On Nov 12
Bioles1187:
Am so sorry to derail the threads..please I need link(thread) to Kazakhstan and turkey

Nairaland has a search textbox, just type the keyword there, then filter!
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 5:37pm On Nov 12
WIP7 is RAnked among Top 2% Global Scientists

We are doing great! Just in now! grin

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Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Bioles1187(m): 6:17pm On Nov 12
wip7:


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got it thanks bro
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 7:56pm On Nov 12
wip7:
WIP7 is RAnked among Top 2% Global Scientists

We are doing great! Just in now! grin


Hey sir, please I'll be coming to CIU by February next year hopefully to study BSc English. I'll be applying in January. Will I still make it in time for d spring semester? And secondly, I only have my WAEC statement of result from my secondary school and not the actual WAEC certificate from d board. I went to the office and I was told it wasn't ready. So can I go ahead and authenticate d statement of result? Will it be accepted at the point of entry and by the school? Because I plan on using OK to board to fly in. Thanks.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 8:40pm On Nov 12
CarterPowers:


Hey sir, please I'll be coming to CIU by February next year hopefully to study BSc English. I'll be applying in January. Will I still make it in time for d spring semester? And secondly, I only have my WAEC statement of result from my secondary school and not the actual WAEC certificate from d board. I went to the office and I was told it wasn't ready. So can I go ahead and authenticate d statement of result? Will it be accepted at the point of entry and by the school? Because I plan on using OK to board to fly in. Thanks.

Admission for next semester opens already so you can apply before January, pay your fees and get ready. You will be admitted with the verified WAEC result ( supply with your scratch card).

Why you don’t want to go to embassy to apply for visa ?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 9:46pm On Nov 12
wip7:


Admission for next semester opens already so you can apply before January, pay your fees and get ready. You will be admitted with the verified WAEC result ( supply with your scratch card).

Why you don’t want to go to embassy to apply for visa ?

OK thanks. I may not go for visa because I don't think if I apply in January, it will be ready. I'll apply though but just in case, I can use OKTB to come over, right? By verified WAEC result, what do u mean? Like a print out from the website which can be checked with scratch card?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by CarterPowers(m): 4:50am On Nov 13
wip7:


Admission for next semester opens already so you can apply before January, pay your fees and get ready. You will be admitted with the verified WAEC result ( supply with your scratch card).

Why you don’t want to go to embassy to apply for visa ?

Can I use oktb to arrive if I don't get the visa in time? I'll be applying by third week of January, that's why I'm asking. Thanks. And about the WAEC result, can I bring the authenticated statement of result from my school along with a print out from the WAEC site and a scratch card to verify? Will that be enough?
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by wip7: 6:28am On Nov 13
CarterPowers:


Can I use oktb to arrive if I don't get the visa in time? I'll be applying by third week of January, that's why I'm asking. Thanks. And about the WAEC result, can I bring the authenticated statement of result from my school along with a print out from the WAEC site and a scratch card to verify? Will that be enough?

Should be ok... until then
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Ritztravels: 4:02pm On Nov 13
Flaame:
Please can anyone recommend me an affordable airline to book flight to Cyprus.... Turkish airline is way too expensive.

Send me your travel dates and I will inbox you a quote.... Note if you want a refundable ticket, it's more expensive so make sure you have your visa and other documents in order.
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Flaame(m): 4:15pm On Nov 14
Ritztravels:


Send me your travel dates and I will inbox you a quote.... Note if you want a refundable ticket, it's more expensive so make sure you have your visa and other documents in order.
we've fixed the issues, thanks a lot for your care bro/sis....it was very expensive though
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Ritztravels: 4:29pm On Nov 14
Flaame:
we've fixed the issues, thanks a lot for your care bro/sis....it was very expensive though

Cheers
Re: North Cyprus: Part 2 by Jmarjr(m): 8:24am On Nov 16
Pls sir wip7 can i use my HND to study in CIU for M.eng in electronics and telecom. Engr? Am a fresh graduate, do i need GRE and TOFEL also? What are the chances of getting a scholarship for my studies? Between living in school dorm and renting a hostel outside school, which is cheaper? What is the overal cost of studying my M.eng in ciu, travel cost and mecelleanous altogether will cost me how much? Since am self sponsored, lastly can i use my M.eng cert to secure scholarship, job abroad in other well developed countries? Thanks

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