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My question is about the online schools.  It has been observed that they appear to have a pyramid scheme side.  Why are there so many recruiters, who hadn't even been paid to teach?  How do they benefit from operating in this manner?

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They sign you up for a TEFL course and get a commission 

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8 minutes ago, Wongkitlo said:

They sign you up for a TEFL course and get a commission 

Good point.  Looks like things have degenerated so much at "a-john.com" that even the cost of living interviews are ghost written and/or falsified.  

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It's not just about schools, I see especially on Facebook a lot of fake jobs posted and loads of people falling for it. Basically they make you send your CV so they steal your data and send you affiliate offers tailored on your interest. People don't even have idea about these things and are so willing to send their CV's out to the first John doe that offers an 80k job from a business that doesn't even have a real office...

 

 

 

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