Thursday, May 7, 2015

Warning: Gi2c China Internship Scam Using Pakistani Boiler Room To Call "From London Office"

Beware all university seniors and recent graduates - you are already a target of a clever scam that will offer you an amazing opportunity to get a $60,000 job in China - if only you are willing to do a free 90 day internship with an MNC.  This scam is going on its 7th year and cannot be shut down because it is based in mainland China but victims think they are getting called from the "London Office" of Gi2c:

Once they register you with a $300 "processing fee" or "subcription fee" you are told is "refundable" they lead you down a golden path with fake reviews and "testimonials".  Hang up the phone immediately and block their number and email or you will eventually pay a fee ranging from $999 to $3,699 for that "connection" they promise to make for you with the MNC company.

Roughly 200 gullible grads are swindled every month. Don't become their next victim, You can get a real Fortune 500 job internship in China for FREE just by following the instructions here:

If the Gi2c people are still trying to charm you out of your money read these links and then you won't feel shy or bad about telling them to "Buzz Off!"

If you cannot read the above screen shots try here:

Sunday, March 30, 2014

China Expats & Foreign Students Are Exploited By CUCAS Fake Domain Scam & Beijing ChiWest Partner Company

Only because CUCAS owners have hired hackers to delete dozens of complaints from customers and continues to post numerous fake reviews and testimonials that praise their own company have we found it necessary to create this blog just to warn students across the world:

* CUCAS is NOT a Government Agency
* CUCAS is NOT a University or College
* CUCAS is NOT part of the Ministry of Education

Cucas is a privately-owned and operated "for profit" company according the Beijing business license issued to its owner Zheng Tian Ying.  The same Mr. Zheng also owns another company called Beijing ChiWest.

These domain names are illegally being used by CUCAS at this time to mislead prospects:

Beijing ChiWest is illegally using this domain at this time:

.cn and domains are reserved for use by Chinese government entities and universities. 

Therefore please use extreme caution in dealing with either of these entities which specialize in luring foreign students to study in China "For Free", but in the end they are asked to pay huge "processing", "application" or "enrollment" fees that are non-refundable.