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  1. Gi2C China Internship scam now operating under Laowai Career Center name with new China job frauds for you!

    by , 03-23-2017 at 07:21 PM


    Using their 6th name in the last five years, the Russain scammer Yuri Khlystov is back with an expanded mission and budget. Now they are not only offering the old worthless China internships we discussed before in other threads, but now he expanded his ops to offer over 800 cut and pasted China jobs that he took from legitimate HR job boards and mixed them in with twice as many really juicy high-pay ...
  2. Avoid Gi2c-Like China Internships Scams With Your Own FREE DIY Fortune 500 China Internship

    by , 05-17-2015 at 12:27 AM
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    After spending about 30 hours learning and researching the Gi2c China internship scam, I came across comments on no less than a dozen blogs and forums that you can indeed get FREE FORTUNE 500 CHINA INTERNSHIPS with zero risk of being scammed. Now, whenever I see the word "FREE" I always assume there are strings attached and I have to look for the five point font text which will be the "Tems & Conditions". But I was pleasantly
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    Updated 05-17-2015 at 12:50 AM by Seattle

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  3. China foreign teachers offered 5,000 rewards to report fellow expat fakes - Not a hoax nor scam.

    by , 02-10-2015 at 05:53 PM
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    This story comes from a private school in Beijing where one of my best friends worked for 2 years as an ESL teacher. He said it was okay to share this story so long as I did not mention the name of the school. He said that his bilingual teacher aide who is only 23 years old who is only paid 2,000 yuan per month (about $150) suddenly had to quit her job last month, and claimed her mom was in the hospital in Changsha (about 700 miles away). Two days after
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  4. SCAM ALERT! Fake China Foreign Teacher Job Ads With Phony Average Salaries - Beware Expats!

    by , 09-11-2013 at 08:47 PM
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    Want some excitement? Come swim with the sharks in China as a foreign teacher! If you google "Teach In China" you will be instantly overwhelmed with 39 pages of alluring ads telling how great, fun, and easy it is to make a ton of money teaching English in China even if you have no college degree. It is all total bullshit. The below links will prove it for you. You see all those wonderful ads are posted by the sneaky shark recruiters and identity
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    Updated 09-16-2013 at 03:42 AM by Seattle

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