First of all, you got it absolutely wrong here. As I have mentioned in the previous comment, I am not at all talking about the academy courses and the corresponding diploma. Rather, I am talking about the RPA Developer Advanced Certification which is completely different than the academy courses and has no relationship with these courses at all - even for your information the url of RPA Developer Advanced Certification is completely different compared to the url of Academy courses.
Secondly, the point you have mentioned that “no one really cares if you have the cert but you can’t get the job done”, is absolutely irrelevant to the current context. If you search for any job opening in LinkedIn or any other job site, you will find that some or the other certification relevant to that job is either mandatory or required or highly preferred to apply for that particular opportunity. For an example, if you want to apply for a manager opportunity, PMP is the certification most of the job listings will have, similarly if you want to apply for a Cloud Developer role, the job listing will have at least one cloud certification requirement in most of the cases. You won’t just be considered to be fit for that role if you don’t have that certification. If I go by your words, then it appears that there is no point to go for any certification, which is not only illogical, but irrational as well.
Lastly, can you elaborate on “other rpa alternative”? Of course I am not happy with the certificate, and instead of acknowledging the error, and showing any intention to rectify the error, if the comment says - “if you are really not happy with the naming issue, you are always welcome to look for other rpa alternative”, then it clearly indicates that something is not right.