ITT International TEFL and TESOL Lt...Fake TEFL Courses + Fake TEFL Accreditation
James Anthony Dwyer, a UK national residing in the Philippines, owns and operates ITT International TEFL and TESOL Ltd. and the World TEFL Institute website. It has come to light that he has engaged in deceptive practices and created a fake accreditation website.
One notable false claim made by Dwyer was that his TEFL/TESOL courses were “recognized by the British Council.” Upon verifying this claim with the British Council, it was confirmed to be untrue. Shortly after this inquiry, the false claim was removed from the accreditation website.
The extent of Dwyer’s scam includes the following:
- Misleading “UK Government Regulated” Claim: Dwyer falsely asserts that his TEFL/TESOL courses are “UK Government Regulated.” The courses are operated in the Philippines, not the UK. He registered his companies in the UK, a process that any UK national can undertake.
- Fake TEFL/TESOL Courses: Dwyer offers various Levels of TEFL and TESOL courses, such as Level 3 and Level 5, which are deceptive. These courses are essentially repackaged versions of a single unaccredited system.
- Doxing: Dwyer has doxed some customers who have complained about his scam. After voicing their concerns regarding the TEFL/TESOL courses they purchased from him, these individuals found their personal information published online.
- Fake Reviews: Strong evidence suggests that most reviews about ITT International TEFL and TESOL Ltd., and the World TEFL Institute are fabricated. Dwyer heavily relies on goabroad.com, operating from the Philippines, for revenue. The reviews of his program exhibit striking similarities. It is unusual for a TEFL program to receive multiple studies daily, typically ranging from 5 to 10, followed by weeks of silence. These positive reviews often appear in response to negative feedback.
Furthermore, the Reviews tab on the Facebook pages for ITT International TEFL and TESOL Ltd., and the World TEFL Institute has been disabled.
- Multiple Online Identities: Dwyer employs numerous online identities to promote his fake TEFL/TESOL courses and to attack his competitors. Comments made by these aliases responding to articles exposing his scams are often inappropriate and offensive.
- Fake Accreditation: Dwyer created the International TEFL TESOL Accreditation Council, which has been proven to be a fabrication.
- Click Farms and the Dark Web: To remove articles critical of his fraudulent activities, Dwyer has harassed individuals and sought assistance from click farms on the dark web. His actions demonstrate a disturbing willingness to engage with criminals who exploit vulnerable people.
James Anthony Dwyer, the owner of ITT International TEFL and TESOL Ltd. and the World TEFL Institute, has been identified as a scam artist involved in deceptive practices within the TEFL/TESOL industry.
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ITT International TEFL and TESOL is a SCAM
ITT International TEFL and TESOL is a SCAM!
The owner (James Anthony Dwyer) has a history of selling knock-off cigarettes and fake watches.
He has now progressed to selling fake TEFL courses and fake TEFL certificates.
How do I know all this?
It is clearly proven on the Trusted TEFL Reviews website.
I can’t believe I was so stupid to fall for this scam.
It has left me feeling embarrassed and wary of online companies in general.
It’s a scam because no school has accepted my ITT International TEFL and TESOL certificate.
Please don’t fall for this scam.
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