In The Morning to you.
How about knighthoods?
Those can only be bestowed by monarchs or heads of state in most cases and definitely cannot be bought.
The title would be 'sir'.
Real royal titles can't be sold either, it's a known scam.
You will receive a 'lordship' of a manor or some castle,
but it will not entitle you to use the name in a passport etc. nor will it have any legal validity.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scam_title
Also Richard Bridgeman, (real) Earl of Bradford has set up a website that warns people of this common type of scam.http://www.faketitles.com/
I will put it very simply, “You cannot purchase a genuine title, which allows you to put Lord in front of your name, with one exception,
the feudal title of a Scottish baron; and certainly cannot buy a peerage title”. A word of warning though, Scottish Feudal Baronies fetch a mighty price; the Barony of MacDonald was once up for sale at over £1 million.