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Work in China

 

Beware of the Teach English in China Scam, aka the Jobs In China For Foreigners Trap

Are you thinking of working abroad for a year or two? If your first choice is Asia, beware of the Teach English in China Scam, also known as the Jobs in China for Foreigners Ad or Find a Job in China Scheme.

Some people who are looking for a change in their lives consider teaching English overseas or going to exotic countries for various humanitarian jobs. The Work in China scam comes along with similar opportunities. How does it work?

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Let's say you are one of them and just found a tempting job offer. You contact the employer for details.

The scammers - who might not even be in China - promise to provide you with accommodation, meals, transportation and, indeed, a good remuneration. The only thing you have to take care of is paying for the visas.

Criminals require you to deposit a few hundred dollars through wire transfer, which should be a red flag.

 

Work in China Scam: How To Avoid

Always do your research and only accept jobs that are advertised and offered through reputable companies, with several reviews. Also, check the visa requirements of the country you are going to.

In the meantime, if you are really looking for a job and seek to make some money until you find the next ideal job, there is a couple of options for employment online:

Swagbucks.com - it is the world's largest free online rewards program. You get paid by doing things online which you might do anyway, such as searching the web, discover products, take surveys, watch videos, or play games. You can also get free iTunes and Amazon cards. The company has a A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. You can register for free HERE. They offer a $5 sign-up bonus.

GlobalTestMarket - If you are into paid surveys, this is the place. GlobalTestMarket is an industry leader in online research panels, where members are invited to participate in online surveys on numerous topics, and in return are eligible for cash or regular and frequent entry into sweepstakes. Highly recommended, as they also have A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. You can register for free HERE.

 

Teach English in China Scam: How To Report

Warn your family and friends about the Work in China scam by sharing it on social media. You can also officially report the questionable websites or employers to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:

Report To The FTC Here


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