When first we practice to deceive. On the surface this company seems legitimate. A fancy web site. A lot of information to read over and digest. And just like the snake oil salesmen of old, they will promise they are the best. And they are untouchable by the nearest competitor. However after working for them for two years, I have learned some of the truths of this company. What do they do? They recruit native speakers to teach English, mostly in China. They will promise a lot. They will deliver little. They don't pay for the visas. They don't pay for the airfare to China. The don't tell you to get the correct visa, so you wind up working illegally in China. They don't pay on time, and on some occasions, not at all. And to top it off, none of them offer any language classes for you to learn the local language. What do they do? They collect a large sum of money from parents who pay to have their kids learn English from a native speaker. And they keep 1/2 to 2/3 of the money and pay you the leftovers. They mostly don't offer housing or housing allowances. They pay none of the bills. Most of the time there is no curriculum and you are left trying to figure out how to teach without it. There are no text books. And the topping on the cake? The internet in China is so unbelievably poor that it's next to impossible to find any videos to assist you in teaching. These are crooks and shysters in the highest form, and because there is very little oversight from the Chinese government, they continue to get away with it. And any contract you sign without a proper visa is not worth the paper it's printed on.See critical reviews
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