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TEFL Online Pro versus ESLinsider and MyTEFL.

TEFL Online Pro versus ESLinsider and MyTEFL Introduction.

TEFL Online Pro has issued a refutation to the allegations made by our business competitors, on the teflonlinepro.com school website:

https://teflonlinepro.com/refutation-of-allegations-made-by-our-business-competitors/

TEFL Online Pro (https://teflonlinepro.com/) established this tefl-online-pro-reviews.com blog so as to have a platform where we would be able to respond to attacks made by online competitors.

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 August 18th 2022, 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 two of our business competitors: Ian Patrick Leahy/ESLinsider and MyTEFL.

ESLinsider and MyTEFL provide Online TEFL/TESOL certification courses, and both of these providers are business competitors of TEFL Online Pro.

Both providers offer unaccredited courses. They are not, therefore, accountable to an external accreditation body – meaning that they can act with impunity with regards to how they treat their customers and how they treat their business competition.

TEFL Online Pro is fully accredited by ACTEFLC – Accreditation Council for Teaching English as a Foreign Language Courses.

teflonlinepro.com, as a provider of international Online TEFL/TESOL certification courses, has many competitors within the marketplace, but ESLinsider and MyTEFL can be singled out from the crowd for their disreputable business practices.

This article looks at the Google Search results for ‘TEFL Online Pro reviews’ and identifies the real TEFL Online Pro reviews versus the online attacks carried out by ESLinsider and MyTEFL.

The TEFL Academy Caitriona Maria McTiernan teflonlinepro.com Google Search scam
Anyone who wants to cause damage to a business can easily do so simply by going online and harming them in one of many different ways. Online attacks on businesses and their professionals may originate from a number of parties, including business competitors.

We would also like to point out at this stage in the article that TEFL Online Pro is in no way a unique case when it comes to the online attacks instigated by the above mentioned TEFL programs.

TEFL Online Pro first became the focus of malicious online defamation soon after we won the prestigious Teachers’ Choice Award for the first time, in 2019.

The online defamation against TEFL Online Pro began with online attacks instigated by Ian Patrick Leahy from ESLinsider TEFL, followed by online attacks perpetuated by MyTEFL.

At TEFL Online Pro we place significant importance on transparency – we have nothing to hide – and we will now look at the (USA) Google Search results for ‘TEFL Online Pro reviews’.

‘TEFL Online Pro reviews’ Google Search results.

Currently, as of 20th July 2021, these are the ‘TEFL Online Pro reviews’ USA first-page Google Search results:

We believe that this Reddit thread was started by a Reddit user, genuinely wanting more information about the TEFL Online Pro Online TEFL/TESOL certification program. However, it was immediately hijacked by shills – represented by our business competition. This is a common issue on Reddit and other discussion forums.
This is an authentic ‘TEFL Online Pro reviews’ Google Search result. The link leads to our company Facebook page, where our graduates have left verified testimonials of their course experiences.
This link directs the reader to the Reviews page on the teflonlinepro.com school website. On this page, readers can read verified customer reviews.
This Google Search result redirects readers to the our YouTube channel, where readers can watch verified video testimonials – all submitted by recent TEFL Online Pro course graduates.
Common online platforms for executing competitor attacks, such as defamation, include gripe websites such as Ripoff Report and Complaints Board. These websites require users to register accounts, yet neither of them prevents users from using aliases and posting false or misleading information under them. This ‘TEFL Online Pro: A potential fraudulent company…’ Complaints Board complaint was registered by Ian Patrick Leahy, from ESLinsider. Ian then proceeded to add his own additional comments, under different aliases.
This Trusted TEFL Reviews ‘Is TEFL Online Pro Legit?’ listing was created by one of our recent graduates – who left a review of their Online TEFL/TESOL certification course experience.
We established tefl-online-pro-reviews.com so as to be able to defend ourselves against online attacks made against us by our business competitors.
Yet another online attack by Ian Patrick Leahy, from ESLinsider – one of our business competitors. In this post, Ian publishes misleading content that attempts to link our company with the creation of Trusted TEFL Reviews.
The domain was registered by MyTEFL. MyTEFL created this attack website and still to this day pay for web hosting for this website.

TEFL Online Pro versus ESLinsider and MyTEFL Analysis of the above nine search results.

Out of the nine search results listed above, only five are authentic TEFL Online Pro listings.

These are:

The TEFL Online Pro Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/teflonlinepro/ | https://www.facebook.com/teflonlinepro/reviews/

The teflonlinepro.com school Reviews page, where we include examples of verified customer reviews: https://teflonlinepro.com/tefl-online-pro-reviews/

The TEFL Online Pro Facebook channel, where there are currently ten video testimonials uploaded from our certification course alumni: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClXwokXQobRwONVOEVqsEBA

A review published on the independent Online TEFL/TESOL certification course reviews website – Trusted TEFL Reviews. In this review, one of our customers has answered the question as to whether TEFL Online Pro is Legit: https://trustedteflreviews.com/2020/05/07/is-tefl-online-pro-legit/

tefl-online-pro-reviews.com is a website that we created in order to have a space online where we could defend ourselves against such baseless online competitor attacks: https://tefl-online-pro-reviews.com

The remaining four Google Search results have been created and marketed by our business competitors – ESLinsider and MyTEFL.

Both programs are notorious within the TEFL industry for launching attacks on their business competitors.

We are now going to strip down to the bone these competitors’ search results.

ESLinsider / Ian Patrick Leahy.

We have written extensively about Ian Patrick Leahy already on this website:

https://tefl-online-pro-reviews.com/2020/07/27/eslinsider-reviews-and-tefl-online-pro-reviews-online-defamation/

https://tefl-online-pro-reviews.com/tag/eslinsider-reviews/

Therefore, we don’t wish to repeat what we have already stated with regards to Ian Patrick Leahy, his documented crimes, his documented defamation, his unaccredited TEFL/TEKA certification course, and how Ian Leahy has pretty much written trash online about all of his business competitors.

Trusted TEFL Reviews has also exposed this individual for what he really represents:

https://trustedteflreviews.com/2020/02/03/eslinsider-reviews-scam/

What we are going to do, though, is simply show you the individual behind ESLinsider:

ESLinsider’s About page. Ian Patrick Leahy took an arts degree at the University of Arizona. Later on, he took a TEFL course. He then decided that he would begin his own TEFL program – something he really had no business doing at all – and since then, he has moved to various different locations and has been accused of providing a subpar TEFL program. He has also been accused of defrauding his TEFL students of money, via credit card fraud.
Ian Patrick Leahy (ESLinsider) runs a YouTube channel, where he gives out poor advice. This screenshot was taken from one of his more recent videos, where he recklessly recommends to people that they should avoid going to college. Ian has also published YouTube videos where he has spread his toxic defamation of TEFL Online Pro and other Online TEFL/TESOL certification course programs. His YouTube TEFL Online Pro youTube videos are unavailable for viewing in the UK because YouTube banned them at our request. They were banned because they are defamatory – containing malicious, untrue statements.
Ian Leahy – Online English Tutor on Cambly. Ian’s history of defrauding his customers has recently caught up with him and his ESLinsider business is now blacklisted. As a result, Ian has moved back to his hometown of Monroe, New Hampshire, and is currently tutoring English online. Ian Patrick Leahy’s ESLinsider is also banned from Facebook – hence the reason why ESLinsider has no Facebook page.

Ian Patrick Leahy represents everything wrong with the Online TEFL/TESOL industry.

ESLinsider is a one man show, unaccredited, operated by an individual with far too much free time on his hands, who spams the internet with misleading information about his business competition in the hopes that he can convince some people to instead take his TEFL/TEKA course.

A few years ago, Ian was giving out the poor advice that people could teach English in China without the need for having a college degree. Ian actually recommended that instead, people could just buy a fake degree online and use that. As a result, some people took his TEFL/TEKA course, and his advice about using a fake college degree, and were promptly arrested and then deported by the Chinese authorities.

As a result, the ESLinsider TEFL/TEKA certificate is worthless in the largest ESL teacher’s market in the world.

We are 100% certain that Ian Leahy will continue to market his ESLinsider TEFL/TEKA course to unsuspecting newbies, and that he will continue to publish defamatory material online about his business competition.

Legal action against Ian Patrick Leahy from ESLinsider.

We began by issuing a Cease and Desist formal notice to Ian (via our company email address) and a copy of this was published as a private message to Ian, on his YouTube channel. When Ian responded as though he could write whatever he wanted to, without accountability, we contacted YouTube and requested that the video be blocked in Japan – Ian’s current home country at the time, before he moved back home to Monroe, New Hampshire.

Ian Leahy comment on ESLinsider.com YouTube channel.
Cease and Desist formal notice, delivered to Ian Patrick Leahy – ESLinsider.
YouTube blocks ESlinsider and Ian Leahy channel post message.
YouTube also have a zero tolerance policy regarding Ian Leahy’s online defamation.

It is very difficult to proceed with legal action against Ian Patrick Leahy because he resides in Monroe, New Hampshire. New Hampshire has the most liberal free-speech laws in the United States – meaning that Ian has a carte blanche to write and publish absolutely anything online that he feels the urge to.

Another obstacle to this process is that ESLinsider is not a registered company. ESLinsider is just a website that Ian Patrick Leahy established.

We are, however, in talks with other Online TEFL/TESOL course providers that have also fallen victim to Ian’s online defamatory attacks and we are all currently pooling our resources together in order to follow a litigation path, whereby we can try to prevent Ian Patrick Leahy from continuing with his Online TEFL/TEKA course scam.

Our research has also shown that Ian Patrick Leahy has likely not paid any taxes to the IRS on any of the revenue earned from his ESLinsider TEFL/TEKA business activities.

MyTEFL.

MyTEFL is another unaccredited TEFL course provider that has a poor online reputation.

MyTEFL claims to be accredited by OTTSA and ITEFLAC.

We fully believe that they believe that they are “accredited” by both of those websites.

The only issue is that both of those accreditation websites are fake.

OTTSA was created by a former building contractor from the UK, Simon Godwin, who is an English teacher in Thailand, and who is allegedly employed by MyTEFL: https://www.newsshopper.co.uk/news/560086.tourists-urged-to-return/

And it doesn’t take half a brain to realise that the ITEFLAC website was hastily put together by someone who has little interest in “quality assurance”. The website looks totally fake.

MyTEFL is known for creating attack websites on their business competition – just as they have done so against TEFL Online Pro – and they have been accused of lying about their charity project contributions in order to win new clients.

Trusted TEFL Reviews has also exposed MyTEFL for their bad business practices:

https://trustedteflreviews.com/2020/01/24/the-mytefl-com-scam/

If you are reading this article, after having purchased a MyTEFL course, our advice for you is to avoid their job placement services.

There are many complaints online about MyTEFL placing teachers in jobs (mainly in Thailand) where the teachers are provided with poor housing conditions and where they are expected to teach 40+ hour per week and all for a pittance of a monthly salary. MyTEFL cream off 40-50% of that monthly salary for themselves.

Ian Patrick Leahy (ESLinsider) has also been accused of perpetrating this extremely poor business practice – the extortion of their TEFL graduates, via creaming off a percentage of their teachers’ salaries.

Legal action against MyTEFL.

Whilst MyTEFL claims to be based out of Vancouver, Canada, their company is actually based in Thailand – where OTTSA is also coincidentally based. It is very difficult to proceed with defamation litigation proceedings against this company.

We have, however, issued a complaint to the Better Business Bureau in Canada, where MyTEFL claims to be a registered business.

Incidentally, ITTT TEFL / ITTT TEFL (yes, they operate under multiple websites) also operates out of Thailand and is also “accredited” by OTTSA.

TEFL Online Pro award-winning and internationally recognised Online TEFL/TESOL certification courses with lifetime job support.

Teach English online and abroad/overseas certification.

teflonlinepro.com runs three award-winning, internationally recognised Online TEFL/TESOL certification courses:

60-Hour Fast-Track – the perfect solution for people with TEFL experience.

120-Hour Professional – the perfect solution for people with little or no TEFL experience.

140-Hour Hybrid – the perfect solution for people with little or no TEFL experience who are wanting in-class teaching practice. 

All three certification courses come with 24-Hour Online Tutor support, and with lifetime international job support services provided without charge.

TEFL Online Pro Online TEFL/TESOL certification courses are equivalent to the Level 5 and CELTA qualifications.

With a TEFL Online Pro TEFL/TESOL certificate, you can teach English online or anywhere in the world where it is possible to Teach English as a Foreign/Second Language.

Secure your course place, via our safe and secure payment gateway, and begin your teaching English adventure! https://teflonlinepro.com/enroll/

Conclusion.

ESLinsider and MyTEFL have chosen to attack TEFL Online Pro because we offer a better-rated product, better-rated customer services, and as a result, students have been choosing our Online TEFL/TESOL certification program as an alternative to the poorly-rated programs offered by ESLinsider and MyTEFL.

When wanting to search out real TEFL Online Pro student feedback, we definitely recommend taking the content published by our business competitors with a healthy pinch of salt.

If we were looking to purchase a product or service, we would place ultimate important and gravitas on the verified feedback of the customers of that product/service.

Not all Online TEFL/TESOL course providers are disreputable, but ESLinsider and MyTEFL are most certainly the worst of the unaccredited bunch and should be avoided at all costs.

Related Articles.

TEFL Online Pro press release: https://www.prlog.org/12877334-tefl-online-pro-reviews-teachers-choice-award.html

TEFL Online Pro Google Site: https://sites.google.com/teflonlinepro.com/tefl-online-pro-reviews/

Is TEFL Online Pro legit? https://teflonlinepro.com/is-tefl-online-pro-legit/

Is TEFL Online Pro accredited? https://teflonlinepro.com/accreditation/

Customer TESOL Certification Course Video Testimonials: https://tefl-online-pro-reviews.com/2021/02/09/customer-tesol-certification-course-video-testimonials/

ESLinsider reviews and tefl online pro reviews online defamation: https://tefl-online-pro-reviews.com/2020/07/27/eslinsider-reviews-and-tefl-online-pro-reviews-online-defamation/

Some words from one of our recent graduates.

One of our August 2020 graduates – Noor – recently recorded a follow-up video testimonial review, where she shares how her TEFL Online Pro certificate was instrumental in securing online teaching English work, and how her certification has been one of the essential documents required for successfully being accepted for a teaching position in South Korea – a teaching position within the prestigious South Korean university ESL system.

Here is Noor’s TEFL Online Pro video review:

Teaching English online and in South Korea.

Thank you for reading this ‘TEFL Online Pro versus ESLinsider and MyTEFL’ article.

Kind regards,

Paul Murphy | Operations Manager

info@teflonlinepro.com | www.teflonlinepro.com

Teachers’ Choice Award winner, 2019 | 2020 | 2021 | 2022

https://trustedteflreviews.com/category/tefl-online-pro-teachers-choice-award-winner-2022/

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TEFL Online Pro customer video reviews on YouTube
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TEFL Online Pro Reviews | 2022 | Video Testimonials

A recent TEFL Online Pro Facebook review.

TEFL Online Pro reviews | 2022 | video testimonials.

If you have taken a TEFL Online Pro international TEFL/TESOL certification course, you probably read some of our verified school reviews: on the TEFL Online Pro Facebook page, or on Trusted TEFL Reviews – the independent Online TEFL/TESOL courses reviews website:

TEFL Online Pro Facebook Page Reviews

Trusted TEFL Reviews | 2019 | 2020 | 2021 | 2022

You might also have read some of the featured TEFL Online Pro student testimonials and the TEFL Online Pro Reviews link on the teflonlinepro.com school website.

Furthermore, you might have had the free time to take a read through some of the TEFL Online Pro review articles listed on this blog website.

And, you might have discovered how so unprofessional some of our business competition behave when it comes to black-hat SEO tactics used in the hope of winning new customers.

We constantly aim to find new ways of providing the best services for our customers, and we also strive to present all information regarding TEFL Online Pro in a clear, easy-to-digest format. This also applies to TEFL Online Pro reviews, so that our future customers can clearly, and transparently, read genuine feedback from customers who have gone through the process of course enrolment to course graduation.

With this in mind, we have decided to begin a YouTube channel:

The TEFL Online Pro YouTube channel

So far, we have eleven graduate videos uploaded.

Three of our graduate videos have been recorded by customers who have recorded a follow-up video, where they provide an update explaining how their TEFL Online Pro certification has been an essential document in securing well-paid teaching jobs online and abroad/overseas.

TEFL Online Pro video testimonials, recorded by our customers:

Annelise | Teaching English in Austria | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-4jC0ErDmo

Alison | Teaching English Entrepreneurship | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpvUp4ViAo8

Nico | 140-Hour Hybrid | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpGUVAiGCrA

Noor | Teaching English Online | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4unbJrFRCnY

Astrid | Professional 120-Hour | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZclYMgznmE

Clara | Teach and Travel | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijVyam6l_PI

Troy | Teaching English in Europe/Asia | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrtgTQ5Rdkg

Paige | Best TESOL Certification | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-bt8EDVF0g

Noor | Teaching English online and in South Korea | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K46PDonA6QA

Clara | Teaching English online and in Spain | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e–ZyA4VU-I

Astrid | TEFL Online and in Valencia | 2022 | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuF99D5iRos

Thank you for reading this TEFL Online Pro reviews | 2022 | video testimonials article.

Paul Murphy
Operations Manager
info@teflonlinepro.com
https://teflonlinepro.com/
https://www.facebook.com/pg/teflonlinepro/reviews/
Teachers' Choice Award winner, 2019 | 2020 | 2021 | 2022
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ESLinsider reviews and tefl online pro reviews online defamation.

ESLinsider reviews and tefl online pro reviews online defamation.

The following article highlights for our readers one of the dark underbellies of the Online TEFL/TESOL industry – online defamation. It specifically exposes one such specific example, regarding ESLinsider, and also looks at how we recommend you respond to online defamation should you also become a victim of this spineless (often anonymous) crime.

For any of you unaware of the meaning of ‘defamation’, it is when knowingly false material is published online and with the intent to harm someone’s reputation.

If you have stumbled upon this article, you might have arrived here by typing ‘TEFL Online Pro reviews’ into a search engine.

Listed in that search will be examples of verified customer reviews of the tefl online pro international TEFL/TESOL certification program, such as:

Verified customer reviews on our company Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/pg/teflonlinepro/reviews/

Verified customer reviews on Trusted TEFL Reviews – the independently-run Online TEFL/TESOL reviews website:

https://trustedteflreviews.com/category/tefl-online-pro-teachers-choice-award-winner-2022/

But among the genuine tefl online pro customer reviews, you will also see links claiming that tefl online pro is a scam, untrustworthy, a fraud – none of which have been written by anyone who has taken one of our courses.

Ian Leahy is the one-man-show owner of ESLinsider.

It was soon after when tefl online pro won the Teachers’ Choice Award, 2019, when we first noticed the Reddit and forum posts appearing – attacking tefl online pro with conspiracy theory slings of mud. At first, we didn’t really take much notice of them – they were so ridiculous that we brushed them off as prank posts.

But the false accusations grew over time and it has only recently been the case that we have been able to identify exactly who is behind the publication of this online abuse.

It is actually two schools – two of our Online TEFL/TESOL program competitors.

The first is MyTEFL.

We were not so shocked that the MyTEFL name was brought up, because they are notorious for creating attack (WordPress) websites on their competition. As an example, MyTEFL created an attack website on ESLinsider/Ian Leahy (whose YouTube channel mugshot features above) and we think that this is pretty low behavior from MyTEFL.

It was, therefore, a huge surprise to us that Ian Leahy began mimicking that low with his own defamation campaign against tefl online pro – attacks on Reddit, and attacks via his Online TEFL/TESOL school blog. And now (updated: 3rd September, 2020) with attacks via his YouTube channel.

The ESLinsider Online TEFL/TESOL program (shared apartment) Head Office – Fukuoka, Japan.

At first, we were dumbfounded as to why Ian Leahy would spend so much of his personal time focussed on trying to bring down a competitor. But then, we had a read of his Online TEFL/TESOL school blog – located on his official school website pages – and we plainly saw that Ian is a serial defamer. Pick any Online TEFL/TESOL certification course and Ian will have written some sort of trash about it online.

Why does he do this? What’s in it for him? Why waste the time on this unprofessional path?

Ian Leahy targets his competitors, because when he does so a post linking back to his school shows up in the Google results. Let’s take tefl online pro as this example. If you Google ‘TEFL Online Pro Reviews’ you see that Ian’s (ESLinsider) attack post is one of the first results for this Google search. This is because he has spent over two weeks now linking the article to other articles and posts that he has written on the internet. Ian is hoping that anyone who searches for tefl online pro reviews will click on his post, be directed to his school website (where the article is published) and then become convinced to take his course, instead of the tefl online pro international TEFL/TESOL certification course.

However, it looks as though people are becoming wise to this scraping-the-bottom-of-the-barrel tactic as is demonstrated in a recent ESLinsider customer review:

ESLinsider Online TEFL/TESOL course review – July 2020

Ian Leahy doesn’t just contain his defamation to website posts and articles published on his own school website though – he also spams his own YouTube channel with his relentless conspiracy theories.

According to Ian Leahy, tefl online pro is ‘FAKE’!

Published on 12th July, 2020, this video is like watching one of Ian’s greatest hits – with tefl online pro being his latest fixation.

It was because Ian obviously thinks that he can get away with online defamation with impunity – spreading false allegations in the hope of winning new customers for his own program – that we decided that enough was enough.

We began by issuing a Cease and Desist formal notice to Ian, via our company email address and a copy of this was published as a private message to Ian, on his YouTube channel. When Ian responded as though he could write whatever he wanted to, without consequences, we contacted YouTube and requested that the video be blocked in Japan – Ian’s current home country.

As you can see from the email screenshot above, YouTube also have a zero tolerance policy regarding Ian Leahy’s online defamation.

We feel that it needs to be pointed out here that Ian Leahy has been accused of faking ESLinsider customer reviews. We can’t comment on this accusation, because we don’t have any proof of this. Besides, we are far too busy – focussed on our customers – to even consider spending time investigating whether this accusation is true or not. What is clear though, is that Ian prefers to have full total control over his customer reviews and that the largest source for ESLinsider reviews are on the ESLinsider school website, where every customer but one has left a 5-star review of his program – which doesn’t seem fishy at all, right?

The only other “reviews” that we found of the ESLinsider Online TEFL/TESOL program are a few Quora posts, all claiming that ‘ESLinsider is legit’ and all (recently) written within days of each other. We searched for the ESLinsider Facebook page – an excellent source of verified customer reviews – but couldn’t locate a page for ESLinsider. On Trusted TEFL Reviews, ESLinsider just have the one (2-star) customer review.

ESLinsider.com fake 5-star reviews.
The chief source of ESLinsider reviews is on the ESLinsider school website.

So, what should you do if you find yourself a victim of online defamation?

If the information being spread is false, and if you know who is spreading the untrue rumour(s) then call the person/people out. It might not prevent them from continuing on their sick campaign, but it will let other people be made aware of the larger picture.

And if you do have access to a company lawyer, as we do, then we advise taking the legal route. It might seem expensive at first, and it might take some time to receive closure, but when that closure comes it will be worth it – both in terms of protecting your company name, and making the person/people think twice about doing the same thing to other people in future.

Despite the actions of MYTEFL and ESLinsider, we wish both companies all the best.

Thank you for reading this ESLinsider reviews and tefl online pro reviews online defamation article.

If you would like to read more about tefl online pro reviews, and what our customers are saying about us, please feel free to read our recently published tefl-online-pro-reviews article on Verified TESOL Course testimonials.

If you have any questions about this article, please feel free to contact us.

Paul Murphy
Operations Manager
info@teflonlinepro.com
https://teflonlinepro.com/
https://www.facebook.com/pg/teflonlinepro/reviews/
Teachers' Choice Award winner, 2019 | 2020 | 2021 | 2022

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