China TEFL Warning! Do NOT upload resumes to EChinacities.com, Sinocities.com, ChinaExpat.cn, or Beijinger - Identity Theft Scam

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China TEFL Warning! Do NOT upload resumes to EChinacities.com, Sinocities.com, ChinaExpat.cn, or Beijinger - Identity Theft Scam

This is a very serious and costly China TEFL jobs and identity theft scam that has been going on for years, but has gotten worse because of COVID money squeeze. Here is the original problem https://ChinaScamWatch.wordpress.com and recently it was learned that most of the expat teacher job ads posted on the these four web sites are fake "Bait ads" offering great jobs with great benefits that do not really exist. They are designed only to get your resume and the on the pretense that you will be hired, they ask you for a passport scan, and eventually your tax ID number - everything they need to sell your file for $500 to hundreds of identity thieves in China and resume brokers. See these below websites for more details;

https://reddit.com/r/teflscams

https://reddit.com/r/ChinaScamCentral

https://reddit.com/r/ChinaTeacherAlliance

https://reddit.com/r/workabroadfraud

https://reddit.com/r/TEFL_tips_traps_scams

The average cost to victims is $9,600 according to Interpol, and 1 in every 4 expat workers in Asia are now victims. Do not believe all the bogus ads you see on line especially if they are posted at the above websites. Three of these companies are owned by a CBC named G. Xu who is a member of the CCP and was arrested before for trafficking endangered animal parts.