For you Ajarns in Wall Steet, do push for better policy for these students. For you Ajarns in Wall Street who occasionally engage in naughty services provided by the “part-time”, don’t be surprised to meet your ex students, hear their story out. For you Ajarns in Wall Street, quit if you do not want to indirectly be part of Wall Street’s unethical scheme causing sufferings to others. For you Ajarns thinking of joining Wall Steet, don’t, join AUA or some other better language centers instead.
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I consider all those that make money from money "unscrupulous".
You base your comments on what facts?
Those that play with money deserve to get their fingers burned at every oppertunity, try working for a living instead.
Other than retieries, who worked all their lives to have a respecable retirment pension without seeking capital funds, you make me sick. (they believed people like you, how is your conscience now, sleep well, "money maker")
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Let me guess, they liked the image and were swayed by the heavy advertising... TOUGH LUCK. The most important lesson they learn is that image isn't everything. Anyway, most people that quit school courses don't suffer from poverty, (they clearly decided they could blow 4k a month) it's probably laziness and apathy... mai pen rai again.
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I am sure it is all written in Thai and English in the contract. If the customer does not want to be held to it, then they do not have to sign it. I see nothing more than a good business plan.
I worked in credit some years ago and almost nobody gave even a glance to what they were signing. If you are putting your name to anything from car rental to gym membership, it makes sense to read it first.
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