I don’t know, EF also has a special refund website, in the end, how much hate it has. Turn over a few mainstream English training institutions, Wall Street English, EF, Weber and so on. The complaints are so consistent that you think they are all done by a company: high fees, strong marketing, great changes in attitudes before and after the completion of the order, difficult appointments, fake foreign teachers… is it simply Welsh fitness in the educational world?
The performance of these organizations is stacked on the front-line sales, which, for their own benefit, naturally cheats and even threatens to squeeze out every single single item in their hands. But the most abhorrent thing about these institutions is that they have forced or induced students to pay their tuition fees in the way of loans in stores in recent years. It is rare for an ordinary student to be pulled into the stores to sign hundreds of thousands of loans while walking around the street. It is a completely variation of routine loans plus student loans. The degree of bad has already exceeded the high fees and refunds.