Protect yourself from fraud
You must appear in person, at a testing center. The GED® test is not online.
In an era where everything’s on the Internet, high school diplomas and credentials are easily found. But the GED® test and credential are not online.
There are hundreds of websites offering high school diplomas, GED® credentials, and other degrees. What they don’t tell you is the “accredited degree” they’re offering is practically worthless. These sites are looking to make a quick buck at your expense—and they’re charging anywhere from $50 to $500 to do it. Learn more about how to spot a scam and where to earn a real GED® test credential.
Have you been a victim of GED® test or credential fraud? We’re trying to protect our testing program and people like you who need the credential to attend college or get a job. We will track reports to identify repeat offenders so we can report them to law enforcement agencies.
In order for an official complaint to be opened, you must file a complaint with a local official like the police, state attorney general offices, or the Better Business Bureau.
- Contact your state GED Administrator™ office
- Contact your state attorney general
- Contact the Better Business Bureau
- Keep records of everything
Remember, if it seems too good to be true...it probably is. Let’s work together to combat online fraud.
Note: The GED® test cannot be taken online. You must be in an Official GED Testing Center™ to take the real GED® test.
CEO Randy Trask talks with NBC’s Tom Costello about the importance of reminding adults to visit an Official GED Testing Center™.