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eslbase
Posted on 28 Mar 2010 12:13
Total posts: 66
Adverts have recently been posted by "English for All". Here's an example:

E4A teaching staff in all locations can expect the following benefits:
* Competitive teaching salary($4000-5000)
* Full visa support
* Housing assistance/allowance
* Vacation days in addition to public holidays
* Health insurance incl emergency evacuation

apply: english4all.biz.nf/apply.html


Warning signs:

1. $4000-5000 salary is unheard of
2. The .nf domain name is for Norfolk Island - why does the company have a Norfolk Island domain name?
3. If you have a look at their website as quoted in the advert above, you'll see the following paragraph on their homepage:

Imagine living and working in the world's fastest growing economy where over one billion people want to know what you know. Working with EF, China's largest and most recognized English language training provider, you will be training current and future leaders of China.


"EF"?? Surely they mean "English for All"... Or could it be that they have just taken this paragraph (and the photo above it) from the EF website at http://www.englishfirst.com/trt/

This scam is not a very sophisticated one for the above reasons, and is a good example of the kind of things to always look out for.

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Mr. G
Posted on 8 Jan 2011 8:48
Total posts: 41
Just a note on "EF". I don't know if I saw it here in another post, or if I was told by another teacher, but EF is a "Franchise" organization--at least that is my intell. Some schools are good, others are to be avoided. So each owner/Headmaster is independant of other EF schools.
Peace

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ben152
Posted on 14 Feb 2011 22:25
Total posts: 1
EF posts without the EF logos can be cons so beware. EF Schools are sometimes bad places to work for. Check reviews on the places in China. EF Rizhao is one of schools that don’t follow procedures.

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Rachel Wells
Posted on 11 Jul 2011 2:21
Total posts: 4
so you have to look up every one before tyou try to work their? :?:

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LeoLeo
Posted on 28 Aug 2011 14:47
Total posts: 64
so you have to look up every one before tyou try to work their?

Yes, and there, too.

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Kimmy
Posted on 30 Dec 2011 2:42
Total posts: 2
My word I've got to stop reading all of these or I'll never get out there teaching! Scary stuff

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big bird
Posted on 29 May 2013 14:22
Total posts: 7
This is a scam - without a doubt. They are just riding on the coat tails of English First



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