From the inbox:
Dear John C. Whitehead,
This is US-China Law Review (ISSN1548-6605), a professional journal published across the United States by David Publishing Company, New York, NY 10034, USA.
Nice to find your presentation in Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis Annual Conference and Meeting, 18-20 March, 2015. We have learned your presentation
“Joint Estimation of Revealed and Stated Preference Data from the Alaska Saltwater Sportfishing Economic Survey”, if it has NOT been published in any other journal or book, we are very interested in publishing it in our journal. If you have the idea of making our journal a vehicle for your research interests, please kindly send us electronic version of your paper for the mentioned presentation in MS Word format through email attachment.
We look forward to keeping in touch with you by email and publishing more papers or books in USA from you and your colleagues. Expecting your kind reply!
I was so excited! Who doesn't like being asked to submit a paper to a reputable journal? But then I noticed that David Publishing is on Beall's list of "potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access publishers." I've received (at least, I'm sure I haven't been able to save them all) 37 invitations to submit a paper to a PPPP journal so far in 2015.
I know someone who recently submitted a fake paper to a journal on Beall's list using a fake name. It was submitted on a Friday and accepted on a Monday. Here is the acceptance certificate: Pcbr.net_pub_letter_0202.20.