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I don't think there's any way to do this to someone who
is not a public figure in an online networking forum
without appearing to be unprofessional yourself. In the
absence of documentary proof, any attempt can only
be one uncredentialed person's word against another's,
and it is unlikely that you would be able to provide any
documentary proof without committing some violation
of ethical standards or privacy laws yourself.
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From: Downing, David <DavidDowning -at- users -dot- com>
>> It's as unprofessional to publicly attack someone's credentials as it
>> is to fake your own credentials.
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