3 Quick & Free Ways To Check If China Job Recruiter Is Scam

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3 Quick & Free Ways To Check If China Job Recruiter Is Scam

Unread post by Murphy » 05 Dec 2014, 01:50

First of all be aware...The China con artists are not all Chinese. Many are slick Americans, Brits, and Russians as well. They employ blind ads spammed all over the internet, really awesome web sites, and both testimonials and "review" sites that are all self-generated or paid for. Many falsely affiliate themselves with SAFEA or some famous university because they know you are too lazy to check it out. In short they are looking for gullible, naive, newbies - just like you! So here are 3 sure-fire ways to avoid one of the 387 unlicensed scam China job recruiters, about a third of whom are identity thieves who will buying stuff under your name within a few months with credit cards that bear your name!

1. SEE IF YOUR CHINA JOB RECRUITER OR AGENT IS LISTED ON ANY OF THESE 7 CHINA BLACKLISTS:

http://www.ChinaScambusters.com

http://www.GlobalBlackList.org

http://www.ChinaForeignTeachersUnion.org

http://www.ESLWatch.info

http://www.WorldWolfWatch.wordpress.com

http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=617489

http://www.ChinaScamWatch.wordpress.com


2. CHECK FOR THESE 10 RED FLAGS THAT IDENTIFY A CHINA SCAM RECRUITER:


DIY - Spotting a China Scam Job Recruiter With A 10 Point Checklist

1. They cannot provide you a scan (not a photo) of their SAIC license issued by the Chinese government

2. They refuse to provide you their street address or a land line telephone number that can be traced in the event of a problem

3. They refuse to provide you a scan of their passport and/.or government ID card that provides their real and full legal names - yet they demand that you send your passport scan to them!

4. They cannot produce an invitation letter clearly stating you need a Z VISA to work in China, and/or they tell you that you do not need a bachelors degree to work in China as a teacher

5. They tell you it is okay and just fine to come to work in China on an L, F, M, or X visa and you can convert it once you arrive in China.

6. They tell you that you MUST have a TEFL, TESOL, or CELTA certificate to work in China (Not true)

7. They offer to sell you a fake diploma, TEFL certificate, or letter certifying prior work experience (Any of these will get you jailed and deported)

8. They change the subject when you ask them the direct questions above.

9. They will not answer the above questions in a written email - only verbally on the telephone.

10. They tell you they will answer all of your questions only AFTER you send them your resume and passport scan!

3. JUST FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS AT THIS DIY SITE AND GET YOUR ANSWER IN 2 HOURS:
http://www.bjstuff.com/profiles/blog...-teacher-job-1

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Re: 3 Quick & Free Ways To Check If China Job Recruiter Is S

Unread post by Norman » 23 Jan 2015, 08:41

Very useful links. Xie Xie! You'll never find stuff like this at eslcafe where they kiss the ass of all the advertisers, half of which are dodgy fly-by-night operators.

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Re: 3 Quick & Free Ways To Check If China Job Recruiter Is Scam

Unread post by Saturn » 15 Feb 2015, 02:32

I think this is the most valuable post on this forum. XIE XIE! :-)

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