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Bad  Australia International Education Exchange Centre
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TitleAIEEC - Australia International Education Exchange Centre
Author: forgetai(at)hotmail.com
They will appear professional (if you catch them on the right day) and then slowly youwill learn what an incompetent, money grabbing bunch of lying no good scoundrels they are. They do not pay salaries easily..Each month is a fight. Then comes the deductions and the blaming..they will do anything to not pay you. They will not do anything to put right anything that is not right with your apartment. They are crooks basically. Avoid, avoid, or peril at their hands.
Publish Date: 2004-1-1
Source: http://www.englishschoolwatch.org/notebook_detail.php?topic_id=2533
Bad  Australian International Edicational Exchange Centre (AIEEC)   Details
Key Words: Visa   
Title3 months and still no green card, and that¡äs not the half of it
Author: AM
Avoid AIEEC (Australian International Edicational Exchange Centre) like the plague. They took two months to get me an aprtment, have still not put a telephone in it after an extra six weeks, have still not processed my green card, have consistently lied and given their teachers an endless stream of disinformation, have constantly introduced arbitrary and stupid changes to scheduling and work hours without notice, and have generally deported themselves with a maximum of managerial ineptitude and a minimum of scruples and integrity.
Publish Date: 2004-1-1
Source: http://www.englishschoolwatch.org/notebook_detail.php?topic_id=2011
Bad  British Council   Details
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TitleBritish Council
Author: PT <yourmum_my50p(at)hotmail.com>
The truth is you will be working for a pitance. Asked to work extra hours, sometimes without pay and at the end of your contract you won't even get a thank you for flying the George cross.
Publish Date: 2004-10-20
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1098338145-97359.txt
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Author: harry johns
Please Note. This message is for teachers own safety and security if you are thinking about heading to China. Beware of an outfit called CANADIAN FOUNDATION for INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION.
They are total scammers.They will promise you a job and ask you to send all your credentials including your passport.Once they have got all they can duplicate,you will not hear from them again.the job position they advertised is alledgely in Nanning, Quangxi Province but in that particular province the foreign affairs and only the foreign affairs can do the hiring. This has been confirmed in writing. So beware of these Paul Adler and David Bain types.
Publish Date: 2004-8-23
Source: http://www.eslteachersboard.com/cgi-bin/review/index.pl?read=2816
Normal  Delter International Business Institute China   Details
Key Words:  China  
Author: MARTIN WOLFF    Send Message to Author
There has been a great deal of negative treatment of this business on many forums, particularly Dave's ESL Caf¨¦. Since I do not play in Dave's sandbox, with all of those spoiled brats, I would like to have my say on Delter/Telfort here.
Publish Date: 2005-10-21
Source: http://www.abroadchina.org/html/cache=article388.htm
Normal  Delter International Business Institute China   Details
Key Words:    
TitleDelter Business Institute; Telfort Business Institute
Author: burnsie
Don't believe everything you read. You will get many comments both good and bad.
Publish Date: 2005-2-24
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/forums/job/viewtopic.php?t=20777
Bad  Delter International Business Institute China   Details
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Author: Stephen Wallace <stephen_wallace102(at)yahoo.com>
Delter will e-mail you and say they have openings in Shanghai / Beijing. Then after you've bought your non-refundable airfare, you will receive an e-mail saying they have an immediate need in another city; the agreed upon city no longer has any vacancies.
Publish Date: 2005-1-26
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1106803595-18582.txt
Normal  English First China (EF China)   Details
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TitleEF China?
Author: Amanda D.
It is best not to think of EF as¡äone school¡ä but different schools in different cities. Some are good, some are bad.
Publish Date: 2004-7-4
Source: http://www.englishschoolwatch.org/webboard_detail.php?topic_id=779
Normal  English First China (EF)   Details
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TitleAny decent EF schools in China?
Author: Ckurious
Is EVERY EF school just as bad?
Publish Date: 2004-10-21
Source: http://www.englishschoolwatch.org/webboard_detail.php?topic_id=1013
Bad  Seder English Training School   Details
Key Words: Wages, Salary, Contract   
TitleSeder. The "Biggest" School in Dalian. Beware.
Author: Nik Edwards <Tesol_Teacher2002(at)Yahoo.co.uk>
They don't pay you ontime, even if its only 100rmb, and they expect you to "help" them with no pay. This school has so much money that is mis-directed towards the Managers rather than the students who generally are very nice.. They will make you sign a contract, but only use it for their purpose, and expect you to work everyday but maybe "only for a couple of hours".
Publish Date: 2004-9-20
Source: http://www.eslcafe.com/jobinfo/asia/sefer.cgi?display:1095655814-34446.txt
Good  Xi'an University of Science and Technology   Details
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TitleFor love of a country
Author: Lee Trefz <leetrefz(at)yahoo.ca>
May people who come to China can't bear the place and take o before their contract ends or ASAP thereafter. I personally find myself drawn straight back to the place every time I leave.
Publish Date: 2005-5-11
Source: http://www.abroadchina.org/html/cache=article357.htm

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