Marketing guru Jane Buckingham caught up in college admissions scandal

She, along with college admissions advisor William Singer, allegedly arranged to make a $50,000 donation in exchange for someone to take the ACT in place of her son.

Marketing guru Jane Buckingham caught up in college admissions scandal

The youth marketing expert created The Cassandra Report, Trend Central and The Intelligence Group, all of which she sold to talent agency CAA.


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  1. She has been a scammer all her life

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  2. That is bad, but shouldn’t it cost more

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  3. Nothing says scammer quite like marketing guru.

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  4. So her son isn’t gifted? These parents have done a number on their children. .

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  5. Someone I know argues there’s a “right” way to bribe your way into admission. She should have paid the $50K to the school as a donation, and that would have been the “legal” way to do it.

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