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Anonymous asked in Yahoo ProductsYahoo MailAbuse and Spam · 6 years ago

Who really reads your resume sent to Echinacities.com - a scam artist,identity thief, or HR staffer?

After reading this post I am not sure about using this website to look for a job in China.

http://eslwatch.info/china-2/scams-or-schemes-in-c...

What do you guys think?

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  • 6 years ago
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    This is a really good question considering that web site gets about 300,000 hits a day according to Alexa. I commented about this at another question but I think it bears repeating. People should play it safe and not send any resumes to Echinacities.com. Here are two reasons why in my opinion. First... http://chinafraudpatrol.blogspot.com/2014/09/is-ec... and secondly http://www.realscam.com/f8/echinacities-com-helpin...

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    Source(s): I also just noticed that China Scam Patrol outed these guy like 18 months ago here at this link: http://chinascampatrol.wordpress.com/2013/04/14/ch... Anyone who reads all this and still sends their resume to Echinacities, deserves to be swindled!
    • Perry6 years agoReport

      Here is how to protect yourself from people like this - and there are a lot of them in China!

      http://chinascamwatch.org

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  • 6 years ago

    I would never send my resume to anyone who is going to post it online with my photo without getting my permission first. That is really rude and arrogant. Here is another blip on the radar about China ID theft problems: https://chinascamwatch.wordpress.com/2014/10/04/sc...

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  • 6 years ago

    Hmmm... maybe this will answer your question in case you still have any doubts >>>>> http://chinascampatrol.wordpress.com <<<<<

    Also, did you know that last year Echinacities.com was caught running ads for poachers that were selling animal parts like rhino horns, bear bile, and elephant tusks? Here is the link: http://annamiticus.com/2013/07/06/chinese-website-...

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    • Perry6 years agoReport

      Wow! It may even be the Chinese police reading your resume. Check this out... http://eslwatch.info/china-2/scams-or-schemes-in-china/12226-china-esl-job-recruiter-maggie-liu-new-world-esl-is-a-scam-they-set-me-up.html and http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?t=635700

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