And, of course, the best way to find one is not to advertise in tennis magazines or to contact a reputable tennis organization. No, the best way, it appears, is to sent out millions of emails to anyone with a pulse. We got the message below at BadJocks today and am seriously considering applying for it. But maybe not for $15,800/month US. We wouldn’t take anything less than $16,000 to work for a guy named Peter Wang. You’d also think they would have a coach lined up BEFORE you actually finished construction on a massive tennis complex. We can just picture all the kids just standing around right now with their little disappointed faces, rackets in hand and tennis balls just lying on the ground. Sad, isn’t it?
Unless of course, this thing is a scam. But what’s the angle? To get us over there to start teaching hot Chinese girls tennis and then NOT pay us?
If you think this email is strange/funny, you should check out our entire collection (closing in on 13,000 scam emails) at the SpamEmailGraveyard.com:
We are looking for a qualified tennis instructor/Coach that will handle our newly built tennis school in Weifang, Shandong in the eastern part of China .
The Responsibilities include training,instructing players in the defensive and offensive skills.
Contract Duration: 18 Months liable for upward exntension depending on your commitments and performance to the Academy.
Salary & Benefits: US$15,800 Monthly can be paid to any bank of your choice on every 25th of the Month. Free Accomodation and Car, Flight Coverage, Medical Insurance, Leave rotational 3 Months On and 4 Weeks off.
If you are interested and capable of taking this position. Kindly foward your full detailed C.V for review and urgent consideration.
Mr. Peter Wang