Scam Alert! - Incredible China Foreign Teacher Chain Letter - Earn 40% More!

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Scam Alert! - Incredible China Foreign Teacher Chain Letter - Earn 40% More!

You will freak out when you read this. I received this chain letter which started on Christmas day from one of my colleagues in Guangzhou. The best Christmas gift I ever received since I came to China! Be sure to pass this along to 10 of your teaching friends so we can get the 40% of our wages that are being stolen from us.

"Dear teaching colleagues,

Did you know that you have 15 employee rights as an expat employee in China? If not, then you probably signed an illegal contract that forfeits 30%-40% of your wages/salary. This is not a joke. 70% of us were never told about these rights that kicked in late 2012 when President Xi Jinping ordered that foreigners stop being exploited. Recruiters and China employers do not want us to know about these rights. Why? This link will explain it better than we can (see the third post in the thread):

[b]http://www.shanghaiexpat.com/phpbbforum/china-s-silent-scam-steals-40-of...

The very same thing is happening to thousands of China foreign teachers. If you sign an illegal contract you are implicitly waiving your employee rights. The solution for you must wait until you renew your contract. BUT, you can help us warn others by emailing this message to 10 of your teaching colleagues, and ask them to do the same. If you do nothing, you will continue to forfeit 30% - 40% of your total wages. But, these rights only apply to expats working with a Z visa. If you are working on an L, F, M, or X visa (even part time tutoring) you have no rights and are subject to arrest and deportation as an illegal alien. More information can be found about your employee rights at [b]http://chinascamwatch.org[/b]. Best wishes for the New Year!

Taylor, Frank, & Johnny
China Scam Watch"