Ironically, Scitech Central posted a comment -- no, an advertisement -- on the blog Forensic Science, Statistics and the Law. That -- and the content of its website -- earns it a place here. Many of the brands with "Central" in the name are OMICS in disguise, but this one could be an independent voice in the cacophony of pseudo-journals.
It is hard to know, inasmuch as Scitech Central uses a virtual post office in the US rather than its true address. The putative address on its website (12/26/16) is "SciTech Central Inc., 340 S Lemon Ave # 2725, Walnut, CA 91789, United States." The 340 S. Lemon Ave. address is that of a company that sells an "Online Postal Mailbox" to "View Postal Mail Online. Anytime. Anywhere."
Mail sent to the above address goes to Virtual Post Mail's building, and "your mail will not ship out of our facility, it'll simply be held at our warehouse until you pick it up."
There are lots of other telltale signs of flakiness. Among the frequently asked questions for SciTech Central is "How to find out if the particular journal exists?" (Answer: "use the search option.") Scitech Central is "inviting everyone to ... understand our motto." I am working on that, but I have not yet plumbed the depths of the slogan, "a quantum to research."
But it may difficult to "maximize distribution of enhanced developments" when eight journals have no named editors.
Apparently, Scitech Central was feeling left out. It came to my attention by trying to post a slew of advertisements in the guise of comments on postings about other publishers. They begin "Great post.This article is really very interesting and effective.I think its must be helpful for us." Then the comments give links to their journals.
UPDATE: 12 December 2020
Zoominfo reports that Severino Nodar is "Professor, President and Chief Executive Officer at SciTech Central." It identifies him further as "Professor of Molecular Biology, Albizú University." Albizú's main campus is in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It has no biology department. The academic programs are limited to psychology, education, speech and language, criminal justice, and human services. No Severino and no Nodar is in the faculty directory for the campuses. Zoominfo also reports 78 employees, annual revenue of $15 million -- and headquarters at the mail drop in California.
A remarkable paper from one of Scitech Central's journals displays what I am tempted to call peerless peer-review.