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question about the certificate

 
Michael Chua
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Just passed the scbcd exam two weeks ago
and I received the certifcation kit just yesterday
the things inside are quite the same as the scjp kit
but I found something strange about the certificate
at my scjp certificate, there is a silver marked on the left side
and the words on it is "Sun Certified"
but there is no silver mark on my scbcd certificate
I want to ask if this is normal, and the scbcd one has no silver mark on it
or is my certificate unvalid, what should I do then?
can anyone tell me what's going on?
thanks in advance here
 
Joyce Lee
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Michael, I've that silver stamp on all my Sun certificate. I suggest you send an email to SunCert@prometric.com for clarification. They'll send you a new one if it's a mistake.

Joyce
[ August 27, 2004: Message edited by: Joyce Lee ]
 
Michael Chua
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Thanks Joyce for the reply
but unfortunately, it's not a mistake
this is the reply from sun:
Dear Michael,
Thank you for contacting Prometric, a Thomson business.

SUN recently changed the certificate stock, and the silver stamp is no longer included on your certificate.

If we can be of further assistance to you, please respond to this email.

Thank you for testing with Prometric!

Sincerely,
Shareon
Sun CertManager Support
suncert@thomson.com <mailto:suncert@thomson.com>
Prometric, a part of The Thomson Corporation

sigh....
 
Nicholas Cheung
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The key point is you have passed the exam, and received the certificate.

Whether there is a mark or not is relatively less important.

Nick
 
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