It used to be so easy to tell – if the ads were posted at a Chinese website or had us reply to .qq.com, 126.com, sina.com etc. or the English was horrible it was a dead give away. But these days it is American and Canadians that are being paid to put up scam ads in perfect English on what we all believed were credible expat forums – until now.
If you have high blood pressure or a history of heart attacks in your family stop here and do not click the below links. Just be happy you are a patron of ESLbase.com which has a high standard of ethics.
Remember, you must look twice and read contracts thrice before signing anything even once in China.
5 March, 2015 at 23:55
Total posts: 11
Reply To: Real Or Fake Great China Foreign Teacher Job Ads?
You are right. On the surface those ads look great. But after you dig just a little and ask just three questions most of them turn out to be BS jobs that nobody wants, scams, or are so "mysterious" I walk. This is worth the read. http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=645070 It will hep you sort the fact from fiction real quick.
It may take you 3-7 days to find a real and safe job in China so be patient and ignore the people who call you if you never contacted them. They are identity thieves who bought your resume from a broker or job agent.