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    Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all frauds.

    Most of them are editing, translation, and proof-reading jobs. You basically work 45 days expecting to get paid 15,000 a month (minimum 30 pages of translation or 300 pages of proof-reading) and then they find "mistakes" or "wrong interpretations" of your work as a reason not to pay you! Because they advertise using University names people think they are legit. They will even meet you at a coffee shop at the university. Average loss is about 15,000 yuan for one months work which is really tedious. They get such a high volume of victims they just keep rolling along. I was asked to write some blogs in English and translates some newspaper clippings. My recruiter was Rosie at Haida HR in Hangzhou who vouched for these people who she claimed were "personal friends" of hers for years. I have since found out they operate under 16 different names. I think they have a list of all the China foreign ESL & TEFL teachers because two of my friends teaching in Shanghai also got similar calls as me.

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    This is truly sickening and further explains why there CANNOT be ANY badposting in threads opposed to china ESL scams.

    China ESL teachers are being victimized all over the internet especially members of the China Foreign Teachers Union with this being the result. They are laughingstocks are exploited for work-at-home scams.

    If you work at a badposting mill QUIT.

    Never post against your conscience! It's not worth it even if you are hungry!

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra



    Deputy Minister Hao Ping at the Ministry of Education today confirmed that Haida HR has no commercial affiliation with the Ministry of Education nor any other ministry or bureau of the Chinese government and she is referring the matter to Wang Qishan and Ministry of Justice for investigation. Haida is just one of many China recruiters who profess and pretend to part of the Chinese government even using photos of their officials posing with government officials. Many such photos are photoshopped. Their offices in Hangzhou also have forged endorsement letters hanging on the walls according to a recent visitor who was not allowed to take photographs.

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Haida is a great company. Just look at this wonderful testimonial http://www.eslteachersboard.com/cgi-...mes;read=68874

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    You need to be a little more precise with these threads. Let's start watching the tags used and start linking the url's of the websites.

    This is whom you are discussing; http://www.haida-hr.com/

    This thread is showing up in the search results for;
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    And I'm not linking to those other two websites for obvious reasons. Even though the url for one of them should be rather easy to figure out.

    I'm sure these people would be grateful if the idiot that put their tribes name in the tags removed it.
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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Quote Originally Posted by #1CFTUnuch View Post
    This is truly sickening and further explains why there CANNOT be ANY badposting in threads opposed to china ESL scams.

    China ESL teachers are being victimized all over the internet especially members of the China Foreign Teachers Union with this being the result. They are laughingstocks are exploited for work-at-home scams.

    If you work at a badposting mill QUIT.

    Never post against your conscience! It's not worth it even if you are hungry!
    your EITHER a COMPLETE idiot or MORE to the POINT a SCAMMER of IMMENSLY EVIL proportions!! i would CHOOSE choose the LATTER based on ALL of your REDICULOUS posts on this SITE!! GET LOST!! assuming that is ALREADY not the CASE!?
    i do not endorse/recommend any advertising on scam.com associated with my name /posts or otherwise. thank you

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    There is plenty of info written about Haida ate ESLwatch.info at http://eslwatch.info/forum/china and also over here https://chinascampatrol.wordpress.com,
    Last edited by Randolph The Great; 03-17-2017 at 12:36 AM.

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Quote Originally Posted by Randolph The Great View Post
    There is plenty of info written about Haida ate ESLwatch.info at http://eslwatch.info/forum/china and also over here https://chinascampatrol.wordpress.com,
    Thanks BAG.

    Was kinda wondering if this 'Randolph The Great' was a BAG or 'furiousPETER' sock puppet account.
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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Haida HR has a 3 year reputation for being dishonest and unethical. Here is yet another complaint that explains what I mean. http://www.eslteachersboard.com/cgi-...mes;read=68874

    I started to use them last year but the guy I was dealing with named Peter Zhang lie to me about China'svisa law so I dropped themlike a hot potato.

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Quote Originally Posted by Antibiotic View Post
    Just look at this wonderful testimonial http://www.eslteachersboard.com/cgi-...mes;read=68874
    Quote Originally Posted by Public Warning View Post
    Here is yet another complaint that explains what I mean. http://www.eslteachersboard.com/cgi-...mes;read=68874
    Looks to be the exact same link to me.

    Perhaps your inability to find meaningful employment is due too your inability to differentiate between things that are the same and things that are not the same.

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Quote Originally Posted by Public Warning View Post
    Haida HR has a 3 year reputation for being dishonest and unethical. Here is yet another complaint that explains what I mean. http://www.eslteachersboard.com/cgi-...mes;read=68874I started to use them last year but the guy I was dealing with named Peter Zhang lie to me about China'svisa law so I dropped them like a hot potato.
    Haida also has a reputation for skimming salaries and trying to extort teachers for their release letters which legally should only be handled by the employer not a third party broker. They are control freaks that even try to "hold" teacher's passports so they don't go job hunting elsewhere. There were about a dozen complaints made against Olivia at the old fraudwatchers.org site.

    Read up here: https://www.scam.com/showthread.php?...Of-Their-Wages Haida is also featured at http://www.chinascambusters.com and http://reddit.com/r/chinascamcentral.
    Last edited by Meteor; 03-18-2017 at 01:38 AM.
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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Haida HR is directly connected to Hangzhou Helen Chen which just like Beijing's Rebecca Tang, are the oldest ESL & TEFL scam artists in China. They know every trick in the book and are now recruiting foreigners abroad to do their bidding for them. Those housewives and uni students abroad trying to earn a few bucks, have no clue they are helping to cheat uni students and grads.

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Quote Originally Posted by Public Warning View Post
    Haida HR has a 3 year reputation for being dishonest and unethical. Here is yet another complaint that explains what I mean. http://www.eslteachersboard.com/cgi-...mes;read=68874

    I started to use them last year but the guy I was dealing with named Peter Zhang lie to me about China'svisa law so I dropped themlike a hot potato.

    You are correct sir. https://www.reddit.com/r/ChinaJobs/c...er_china_tefl/ and https://www.reddit.com/r/ChinaScamCe...china_work_at/
    If in doubt about any China company or entity, make this your first stop http://reddit.com/r/chinascamcentral

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Leave it to the China Scam Patrol to go and smash some smug little work at home chumps for participating in a scam! Go get 'em boys!

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    I give the scammers credit for being creative in how they use the MLM method to spread their scam at no expense to themselves. I'll bet housewives and uni students swallow this hook, line, and sinker and never realize they are part of a scam.

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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Quote Originally Posted by Pearl White View Post
    I give the scammers credit for being creative in how they use the MLM method to spread their scam at no expense to themselves. I'll bet housewives and uni students swallow this hook, line, and sinker and never realize they are part of a scam.
    Why the would housewives be involved? Or even care for that matter.
    Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science. -C. Darwin

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