The TEFL Academy - TPR Teaching, ESLinsider and MyTEFL hijacking the search results for 'TEFL Online Pro Reviews'.
How to avoid the latest Google Search TEFL courses scam.
TEFL Online Pro has issued a refutation to the allegations made by our business competitors, on the teflonlinepro.com school website:
TEFL Online Pro is a legitimate company, providing award-winning and fully accredited Online TEFL/TESOL certification courses training.
We receive consistently positive (verified) customer feedback, and this is in part because of our commitment to maintaining a high level of customer services.
Our course graduates teach English online and teach English overseas, in every country worldwide where English is taught as a second or foreign language, and typically start their teaching jobs within four weeks of course completion.
As of July 24th 2021, 100% of our graduates that have taken one of our courses and that have then wanted to teach (online or overseas) have been successful in their job-search objectives.
All three of the international certification courses provided by our company come with lifetime job support services, included in the price of the course.
In addition to all of the above, TEFL Online Pro is a verified business member with Paypal and has been since 2019.
TEFL Online Pro has many competitors within the Online TEFL/TESOL training marketplace.
The majority of our competitors are similarly held accountable through their accreditation affiliations, but a few of our competitors are not bound by the Codes Of Practice associated with Fully Accredited status – i.e., some of our business competitors offer unaccredited TEFL courses and can operate without any oversight from an external moderation board.
This article has been written as an official rebuttal to the defamatory, malicious, and untrue statements published online about TEFL Online Pro – statements published by three of our business competitors: Caitriona (Maria) McTiernan/The TEFL Academy, Ian Patrick Leahy/ESLinsider, and MyTEFL.
Highly Competitive Marketplace Issues
The TEFL/TESOL certification course industry is highly competitive and mostly unregulated. To add to this, some Online TEFL/TESOL certification course programs are run by individuals - former English teachers with limited ESL teaching experience, who have transitioned into ESL entrepreneurship.
What this means is that a number of Online TEFL/TESOL programs are run by individuals that run unaccredited courses with very little accountability or oversight.
This statement applies to the Online TEFL/TESOL programs of ESLinsider, MyTEFL, and The TEFL Academy - three Online TEFL programs that are notorious in the TEFL world for launching attack campaigns on their business competition.
TPR Teaching is run by a freelance employee of The TEFL Academy, and that proxy blog website is utilised for attacks on The TEFL Academy's competition, as well as funnelling new clients through to The TEFL Academy school website.
This article identifies and exposes the bad actor Online TEFL/TESOL programs, which have worked diligently to hijack the Google Search results for 'TEFL Online Pro reviews' and which have done so in order to redirect potential TEFL Online Pro customers to their own programs instead.
We will be covering these three specific Online TEFL/TESOL programs:
The 'TEFL Online Pro Reviews' Google Search results.
To start us off, as of July 17th 2021, these are the first-page results that you can expect to see when you search for 'TEFL Online Pro Reviews' via Google Search USA:
Of the ten 'TEFL Online Pro Reviews' Google Search results images shown above, only five are authentic TEFL Online Pro school search results: