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NAMES REMOVED - Scam - Petition To Justice Minister

 
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Durango



Joined: 28 Feb 2013
Posts: 43

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 2:53 pm    Post subject: NAMES REMOVED - Scam - Petition To Justice Minister Reply with quote

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Anyone who did not get their name on the petition to the Minister of Justice regarding the request to arrest and prosecute the owner of (name removed) for fraud and extortion can write directly to the minister and ask to have your name added. At last count there were 1,247 signatures of expat foreign teachers on the list and now we'll see if (name removed) really can get us deported for making a complaint against her like she says. Here is the mailing address for the Minister of Justice:

Honorable Wu Aiying
Minister of Justice
Minisrty of Justice
10 Nandajie, Chaoyangmen
Chaoyang District, Beijing
100020, China

You can also send a copy of your letter to:

Honorable Yuan Guiren
Minister of Education
No.37 Damucang Hutong,
Xidan, Beijing, P.R.C
100816


It is my understanding that a copy of the petition was also sent to He Guoqiang
who is in charge of anti-corruption for the CPC. You can write to him also at:

He Guoqiang
National Bureau of Corruption Prevention of China
NO.2 Guang'An Men Nan Jie,
Xuanwu Disrict,
Beijing 100053
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Liza



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 01, 2014 8:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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My friend just sent me this hilarious news article story about (namesremoved) that someone wrote about in thebeijinger.com, and I quote:

Re: Beware of (Names removed)
Posted Jul 23, 2013 2:52pm by Joanna Carter #15
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If you want to know the type of person (name removed) is, here is an article about her in the China Daily:

"(Name removed) advertises teaching vacancies on websites and in Beijing listings magazines, such as The Beijinger. When a China Daily reporter approached them posing as an executive looking to hire expats by the hour for corporate meetings, a member of staff (name removed) responded by offering a price list.

"We charge 600 yuan for an hour and 3,000 yuan for the day," she said. "I can promise you they will look and act like professionals during your event (name removed) are all experienced and know what they are doing.

"You can choose from different skin colors and accents if you want them to talk," she added.

Later that same day, the China Daily reporter called (name removed) and asked the same question, only this time revealing their true identity. "We only provide foreigners for English language teaching positions, that's all," the customer service worker insisted before hanging up the phone."


http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2010-08/27/content_11211668_2.htm

Looks like she's conning both her employees and her own countrymen.[url][/url
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More Or Less



Joined: 18 May 2013
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 22, 2017 10:38 am    Post subject: Can you believe this China Job Scammer was released from pri Reply with quote

This Chinese woman job recruiter got arrested again last week and agreed to avoid more prison time by giving the Chines epolice her enter client list of foreign fake teachers working with fake university degrees and TEFL certificates she herself sold them! See the details at http://reddit.com/r/chinascamcentral.
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Dragonbreath



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PostPosted: Sun Sep 03, 2017 11:44 am    Post subject: This Scam Queen Of China is TEFL Teacher Enemy No. 1 Reply with quote

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Sadly, we are not allowed to name cheaters on this forum so I will just tell you all that the biggest scam artisit in TEFL history is now the talk of Reddit and Scam.com and teachers are organizing Chinese mothers to get her arrested and jailed again. She now operates 13 different alias companies and YOU need to know them before you become one of her victims too;
click here
Names removed
If you follow her history you will see that her methods of recruiting illegal teachers got over 1,200 foreign teachers in China arrested and deported as explained here and many posts at realscam.com click here
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If you are still not convinced about this rotten apple...search here http://www.realscam.com/f51/ As soon as the new petition to the Education Minister is launched I will return to put a link.
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