Stop Predatory Journals (predatoryjournals.com) lists publishers and journal titles that are deceptive in their publishing practices (see criteria below). This list is based on the original Beall's list at ScholarlyOA.com. The bottom line is to always check with your advisor before submitting a manuscript for publication - they know the best journals.
Some Basic Criteria - watch for these behaviors as possibly predatory:
Always check with your advisor before publishing...do not respond to unsolicited emails. They will charge you to publish (like $300!), there is no peer review, and you won't be able to resubmit your work elsewhere.
An example publisher is Omics Group