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Are you going to pay them $8k or do you want them to pay you $8k??
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If they're paying, I'll consider it. As long as they believe that I'm really joined twin 24 year olds, each weighing about 120 lbs.
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For clarification, this is an unpaid internship. students will pay $8,000- this covers all customs & immigration fees, room & board, training...Thanks for replying..OCF Staff
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For clarification, this is an unpaid internship. students will pay $8,000- this covers all customs & immigration fees, room & board, training...Thanks for replying..OCF Staff
OCFStaff, costs of operating this website are covered in part by paid advertising. So we can't allow folks to come in and post advertisements for free -- otherwise no one would spring for advertising. this is all spelled out in the Forum TOCs that you agreed to when joining. You can contact the website Administrator if you'd like to take out a paid advertisement.

Putting that aside, claiming the position is an "unpaid internship" while charging $8000 is misleading at best. This would be better described as an educational opportunity with associated tuition.


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