Look at this link and you will find proof that multi-millionaire owner and communist party member George Xu who owns Echinacities.com has hired hackers to delete the many posts about his resume scam posted online over the last three months. http://www.realscam.com/f8/echinacities-com-helping-identity-thieves-scam-china-foreign-teachers-job-ads-beware-3481/ There was actually a warning here at ESLWatch.info that just vanished over the last two weeks.
ECC was exposed by China Scam Patrol after a former employee/moderator and another insider employee at GTeachers informed of the huge scam where thousands of resumes of job applicants are being sold to third parties for $100 each and one buyer is a known identity thief. You can still get the full story at http://ChinaScamPatrol.wordpress.com (scroll down) at at Scam.com here: http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=620902
Also be aware since George also owns Sinocities.com it is safe to assume that resumes sent there are also being sold. And as of this week, three victims of the New World ESL sting scam claim that Echinacities.com is posting the fake ads for the fake jobs they applied for and got arrested for visa fraud! See details here: http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=635700
THE BOTTOM LINE: If you send your resume to Echinacities.com or Sinocities.com you have no clue where your resume will end up, and quite possibly in the hands of an identity thief!
Read these three links if you think I am exaggerating: https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20140924181606AA614eb
http://ChinaScamWatch.wordpress.com and here are the words straight from the mouth of a former ECC Moderator who writes for the China Dail Mail:
"Of course, most of the “expats” on the site are not genuine any more, a tactic George has admitted to. The overriding principle is to give the false impression to China newcomers that the site is genuine, and that the ads and “advice” given by the likes of Hulk and others will help them. In this way, George and eChinacities can continue to entrap newly arrived expats. George Xu continues to make his money out of advertising for illegal schools and recruiters, as well as receiving kickbacks from the government for entrapment by Hulk, Icnif and others on the site."
You can read all of his comments at the scam.com link.
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