I don't think that post is slanderous.
Looking at the site, there is no information on the course contents and no bio information on the course trainers or lecturers teaching the course.
How should someone make an educated decision whether this is a scam or not from all the essential information that is lacking?
I will not post any further comments; it may suffice to say that this is site not professionally done. If so, those behind it couldn't be much better!
Dear Anonymous Upset Trainer
I am no longer training and have not for several years now. However, I would like to correct your post as it is slanderous. I have never said I have a Masters degree and I have in fact taught in several countries.
Kindly remove this slanderous post.
I have been looking over the Internet to see if this man has been mentioned, M[edited] K[edited].
As of yet, no one as actually realized that this man is fake. In South Africa the TEFL/TESOL market is overrun by people that are unqualified.
This man specifically says that he has Masters Degrees and taught all over the world. THIS IS UTTER RUBBISH!!!
If you ask him to produce his degrees, all he can show you is his CELTA certificate and a TEFL certificate. Also for references from other schools (that are reputable) are not given.
Prospective students should be wary of who they go to to get their qualifications!
His website is www.tesol.co.za
Please spread the message!