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  1. Scam Alert! Use & - Get Arrested China TEFL Teacher!

    by , 05-27-2017 at 06:27 PM
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    According to BTV News and a Shanghai radio station a record was set for the most fake foreign TEFL teachers ever arrested in China during a single month (more than 1,000) after China's most famous blacklisted tefl teacher job recruiter Rebecca Tang, who now calls herself Rosie Tang was just arrested last March for the second time in 5 years! The first time she pleaded guilty and only served 1 year in jail. But the second time she was facing 10 years
  2. 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 ...
  3. Josh Owens - Click Copy Cash - Scam or legit?

    by , 04-18-2015 at 06:57 PM
    The Click Copy Cash system by Josh Owens makes a lot of claims that seem hard to believe...such as:
    - From Email #34: banked 7 of his students over $80K each last week."
    - From Email #35: "This is an automatic notification that funds in the amount of $8,420.29 have been released and deposited into your account."
    - From Email #86: "There are a lot of money systems claiming to make you a fortune…but only one that has really created over 150 millionaires
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  4. Michelle Withrow Work At Home Authority

    by , 02-07-2015 at 08:45 PM
    The Michelle Withrow Work At Home Authority site at is a fake review site that has been around for several years. If you are thinking of getting anything recommended by the site - don't! The site has promoted link-posting scams that will try to drain you out of as much money as possible.

    You can read about the notoroius Work At Home Authority site here:
  5. Bobbie Robinson Work At Home Institute

    by , 07-16-2014 at 09:24 AM
    Wow. It's hard to believe this one is still around. If you're not familiar with the Bobbie Robinson Work At Home Institute course, it's an extremely questionable "work at home" program that has been promoted by numerous fake news sites such as "Best Home Jobs" and Daily Consumer Tips (usually featuring fake reporters).

    If you want to see why you should avoid Bobbie Robinson's Work At Home Institute, you may want to read the following warning about it:

    Updated 07-20-2014 at 09:31 PM by JustTooMuchTime

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