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  • Change2012
    26 September, 2012 at 7:56
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    Hi. Does anyone have any experience with the Interlingua School in China. They have 3 schools in Guiyang/Zunyi/Kunming, China. I tried to google for teacher reviews but there doesn’t seem to be much feedback on this school. Appreciate feedback.

    4 April, 2013 at 0:15
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    I have never heard of them but I suggest you check all three blacklists online and the CFTU whitelist before you sign on the dotted line. Better to be safe than sorry – and broke!

    China Scam Patrol
    19 February, 2018 at 11:08
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    Sorry, we just saw this now but we are interested to know more after we realized there are many China operators using this name with some small variations. We found these glassdoor reviews which has motivated us to dig deeper. https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Interlingua-School-Reviews-E1325961.htm

    They have been around more than five years from what we can tell but that really means nothing as we learned with the Gi2c scam and Rebecca Tang who simply changed her company name 14 times and her personal name 3 times.

    We will get back with an update once the SAFEA and SAIC staffers come back from the Spring Festival break. They could be legit but my gut feeling tells me otherwise. Still, I will force myself to be objective. Their website looks professional but the ownership is still a mystery. Btw… Happy Chinese new year to all you guys at ESLbase.com!

    For current news about China scams you can check the CFTU or CTA blacklists or visit http://reddit.com/r/chinascamcentral. Remember to read thrice and sign once!

    1 June, 2020 at 9:35
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    I worked here unfortunately. I have worked in China for 5 years. Never work for a mom and pop language center. They will work you illegally and lie to you tell you that you are legal. This is so they don’t have to pay you. They will fire you at any moment leave you stranded in China with no visa, resident card or permit. I learned my lesson never work for a mom and pop school. Why would you when there are so many real schools in China that need teachers?

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