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  1. China's government now "super serious" about arresting fake foreign TEFL teachers using phony diplomas & TEFL certificat

    by , 06-07-2017 at 08:10 PM
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    We all knew this was coming - it was only a matter of time. A strike force of PSB agents and SAFEA clerks are now hunting down the estimated 10,000 fake foreign teachers now working illegally in China with fake diplomas, phony TEFL certificates and even forged police certificates they bought from their dodgy recruiters - so deperate to make a buck that they do not care if their clients get busted or not. ...
  2. Buying a fake TEFL Certificate got 269 Foreign English teachers arrested in China

    by , 05-11-2017 at 07:28 AM

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    In April alone, Chinese police arrested more foreign teachers than they did in all of 2011 as they told the BTV news reporter "We will find every last fake foreign teacher no matter how long it takes". There new zero tolerance policy stems from the discovery made by a Chinese mother who also happens to be the wife of a deputy Minister whose son was learning English from an American
  3. 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

    Updated 05-17-2015 at 12:50 AM by Seattle

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  4. 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
  5. Warning: China Golden Bridge Visa, Panda Visa, & Beijing Service Center Visa May Lead To Identity Theft Scam

    by , 02-04-2015 at 06:05 AM
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    China is the world-wide identity theft champion. Over 3,000 ID thieves lure foreign expat victims through fake ads to work, teach, intern, or vacation in China. They even offer fantastic travel deals and great paying jobs that re soooo hard to resist...

    Two weeks in China - See the Great Wall and stay at three ocean-side resorts including 36 holes of golf, unlimited buffets, and $500 in casino chips for $2,000 per person including air fare!
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