Since its founding in 2003, the American Certification Institute has provided educational and career advancement opportunities for over 100,000 clients from all over the world. Our success would not be possible without the confidence and trust of our numerous clients.
However, with such success comes imitators and impostors. We have recently been made aware of copycat websites using ACI’s logos and assets to lure unwitting clients into signing up and divulging their billing information. We have initiated legal actions against all impostor websites. Meanwhile, we would like to remind our clients be caution about these scams, as certifications they provide will not be a part of ACI’s online registry, which means these fake certifications will not be valid and not be verifiable by employers. Additionally, we have reason to believe that these impostor sites’ main purpose may be to steal clients’ credit card billing information during their sign up process.
Here is a currently known list of scam sites illegally using the ACI trademark and name:
If you happen upon any additional suspicious websites using ACI branding, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you everyone for your continued support.