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Scam ReporterScam Tips Received
Jaime
Central District, , Hong Kong
2015-05-21 18:50:28
Job Scam
JobSite.com/co.uk
Getin2China & Gi2c.org China Internship Scams Are Super Sneaky
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   Yuri Khlystove
Email Address:
   info@gi2c.org
:
   Gi2c
Scam Website:
   http://gi2c.org
Telephone:
   86.010.5288.9015
Fax:
   86.010.5288.9016
Little Beijing company with 15 employees claims to be huge "Corporate Registrar" subcontracted by HR departments of most all MNC and Fortune 500 companies in China to recruit interns for new-hire potential. If you do well on your 90 day internship, you will get hired to a $60,000 job. Once you take this bait they charge you $300 up-front to process your paperwork. They then schedule a fake interview with you, supposedly from the big MNC company but it is really one of their own people. After you are told that "you sound perfect for the job" you are asked to pay a placement fee of $3,700 but if you don't have it they will go as low as $999. If you hesitate they tell you that you will go on the waiting list for next year!

Their web site looks so professional and full of testimonials, but here is how they get them...

https://gi2cscamorama.wordpress.com/tag/gi2c/

http://eslwatch.info/forum/china/117-fraud-warning-gi2c-and-other-china-job-internship-scams-beware-people.html?start=24#445

http://scam-detector.com/forums/forum/employment-scams/366-gi2c-org-and-other-china-internship-scams-exposed-by-former-u-k-employee?p=775#post775

When they talk with you on Skype sometimes they say they are calling from the London or New York office when they have no offices located there. This link here shows what some of their former
clients and own employees said: http://eslwatch.info/forum/china/117-fraud-warning-gi2c-and-other-china-job-internship-scams-beware-people.html?limitstart=0
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