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Recruitment Scam Inviting Filipinos to Work in China
« on: February 01, 2012, 04:35:56 pm »
by PNA

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) regional consular office 6 has warned of a recruitment scam that entices Filipinos to work in China.

DFA 6 officer-in-charge Florentino Granada recently received a communication from the Philippine Consulate General in Macau together with a clipping of a news article which warned Filipinos “to (be) beware of falling prey to unscrupulous parties who offer them jobs as household service workers, teachers or musicians in China.”

The advisory was issued to “warn all prospective Filipino overseas workers coming to Macau to be cautious not to be victimized by illegal recruiters,” Granada said.

He underscored that mainland China has a policy that prohibits foreign workers from working in its domestic-service sector even as he cited that this makes them vulnerable because they have no government protection.

Granada said that there have been reports of Filipinos working in China.

The Philippine embassy and the consulate general according to the news article that appeared in Macau Times have “observed an increasing number of cases of illegal recruitment of Filipinos.”

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Re: Recruitment Scam Inviting Filipinos to Work in China
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2012, 12:03:10 pm »
kadako gyong matabang ani atong migo nga si bai bugsay.  pangtira lang daan sa mga illegal recruiters, payts na.

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