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  1. #17
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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Quote Originally Posted by Meteor View Post
    Haida is also featured at http://www.chinascambusters.com
    Interesting, its been over ten days and yet there is no mention of "Haida" at that website.
    https://www.google.com/search?q=%22h...utf-8&oe=utf-8;
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    In fact, that website has not even been updated in almost two years:
    http://www.chinascambusters.com/;
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    And oddly enough, that update (2015) is the only one in the last five years.

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    BAG,
    May I suggest that you at least update some of your own websites that you keep claiming as sources.

    You may at the least, appear, to be somewhat credible.
    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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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra

    Quote Originally Posted by nomaxim View Post
    Interesting, its been over ten days and yet there is no mention of "Haida" at that website.
    https://www.google.com/search?q=%22h...utf-8&oe=utf-8;


    In fact, that website has not even been updated in almost two years:
    http://www.chinascambusters.com/;
    And oddly enough, that update (2015) is the only one in the last five years.


    BAG,
    May I suggest that you at least update some of your own websites that you keep claiming as sources.

    You may at the least, appear, to be somewhat credible.
    Nomaxim, this comment is unacceptable. The China Scam Busters do what they can with the resources available to them and unlike you their conduct has been above reproach.

    Why don't you look in the mirror and figure out what you can do to be a better person instead of trying to throw the Scam Busters under the bus for their failure to live up to your evidently lofty standards?



    Remember, no one from the CFTU will ever ask for any money. If someone from the CFTU asks you for any money you are within your rights to ask for it back!

  3. #19
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    Re: Beware of HAIDA China expats being solicited for work at home scams - Beware - all fra




    Warning to all users: The CFTU has only one authorized user on this board (user name "CFTU"). We do not post often but only when there is an urgent Scam Alert. Recently another user appeared trying to impersonate our group ("CFTU.Admin"). It may just be a joke, or he/she may be trying to scam money from people somehow using our name. Be advised we do not sell anything, not even advertising. So if anyone ever asks you for money using our CFTU name, it is a scam to be reported to [email protected]. In the interim you may want to read these links below. http://eslbase.com/forum/viewtopic/d...sl-tefl-forumshttp://www.esl-jobs-forum.com/viewtopic.php?t=6523

    Sincerely,

    G.F.
    Co-Administrator
    China Foreign Teachers Union
    http://www.chinaforeignteachersunion.com


    P.S. People need to be aware that Haida HR has no affiliation or connection with the Chinese government nor the good people of the ethinic Haida people whose culture is rich and deeply embedded into Chinese history.
    Last edited by CFTU; 03-31-2017 at 06:53 PM.

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