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Beware Sherry Aokai at firstname.lastname@example.org
I debated whether to report this as a scam but decided against. It is not a scam because the jobs (at least, I think) exist. The problem is this recruiter is vague on details. She doesn't really know anything about the schools she is looking for teachers to work at. She will spam you with 100s of jobs but, aside from the basic info (address, start date, salary, etc.) there is nothing to go on. I felt like I was being spammed any job she knew of just to see if I would take one. It felt unpersonal and unprofessional.China (Asia) - Tue, 10 Oct 2017
Posted by Christy
I agree but I also know that Find Work Abroad which is a China job site. Same thing. They promote and post hundreds of jobs but don't even know anything about them. They are like a teacher mill that just spams out jobs they don't know anything about. They shove you towards a school they don't know anything about and then collect money from the school. They don't really care what happens to you after they sell you the job. Half are fake jobs for Chinese scam artists.