Fake TEFL Accreditation websites

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Re: Fake TEFL Accreditation websites

Unread post by maryredfern » 14 Mar 2020, 15:08

I knew "HE/SHE" wouldn't answer them questions! You can't answer to proven facts.

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Re: Fake TEFL Accreditation websites

Unread post by maryredfern » 15 Mar 2020, 05:36

This is how "Mia" speaks to people via emails. Check out this blog post. https://thebestteflcourses.net/tefl-online-pro-review/

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Re: Fake TEFL Accreditation websites

Unread post by MiaWilliams » 15 Mar 2020, 13:47

I want to help you.
He helped a friend of mine.

Dr. Gerald Pail - Psychiatrist.
Zimmermanngasse 1A/2/8, 1090 Wien, Austria

You'll need to book an appointment ahead.

In the meantime, if you need to chat, I am here for you.

Mia Williams.
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Re: Fake TEFL Accreditation websites

Unread post by MiaWilliams » 15 Mar 2020, 13:51

I really mean it. I'm not being sarcastic.

Message me whenever you feel the rage rising within you and the delusions becoming a reality.

Mia Williams.
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Re: Fake TEFL Accreditation websites

Unread post by MiaWilliams » 15 Mar 2020, 20:15

And while I do have a few minutes, could you please answer my original question?

We know that you represent one of the TEFL programs, belonging to "The Group"

We know that the MyTEFL operation is run by Ben Glickman, and we know that the ottsa accreditation is fake - set up by the "TEFL Group" in order to lure in unsuspecting customers who see the ottsa symbol on your websites as a confirmation of professional accountability.

This is a scam.

And you have the nerve to spread false gossip on the internet about our independent reviews websites.

This all began when you threw your TEFL toys out of the pram because we wouldn't delete a MyTEFL verified customer review.
https://trustedteflreviews.com/
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Re: Fake TEFL Accreditation websites

Unread post by maryredfern » 16 Mar 2020, 07:19

You state on your website that there is no real accrediting body for TEFL courses. So why do you only attack Ottsa? There are around 20 other accrediting bodies out there! Is it because MyTefl is accredited by Ottsa and they exposed you for the scam you are?
Also why can't you answer the questions that have been asked?

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Re: Fake TEFL Accreditation websites

Unread post by MiaWilliams » 17 Mar 2020, 02:53

This is my last contribution to this thread.

MyTEFL were unhappy with a verified customer review, published on trustedteflreviews.com

They contacted us to have it deleted. We declined the request.

MyTEFL then went on an online war against trustedteflreviews.com.

We then reacted by retaliating - but with real facts.

When MyTEFL stop their defamatory attacks, we will happily begin deleting their warnings on trustedteflreviews.com and we can all just get on and live in a peaceful TEFL world.

I won't be responding to any more posts. We are just going round in circles and I have a life.

Mia Williams
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Re: Fake TEFL Accreditation websites

Unread post by maryredfern » 17 Mar 2020, 06:13

Haha a comical response. Maybe when you stop putting fake reviews up on your website, then the blogs will stop. There are images of your scam and I've seen how you talk to companies via email. Even if MyTEFL do take their post down, there are other companies that are writing about your scam. Do the right thing and take trustedteflreviews.com down and promote TEFL Online Pro the right way. Then maybe you'll get some customers.

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