To be fair I'm not 100% happy about it myself and I have edited the title of one such job sent to me today advertising four-month contracts. But you look at the ad and the details are there in the description and most people are big and ugly enough to make up their own mind.Personally I think there seems to be a huge conflict of interests with TEFL international advertising jobs which are in fact training courses, I see the Bangkok Post no longer have these type of adverts and wonder when the same situation will be mirrored with ajarn.com.
Are you saying the result of not seeing this kind of ad in The Bangkok Post is the result of Bangkok Post Classified policy? You mean you've actually spoken to someone in a senior position at the Bangkok Post Classifieds dept and they can confirm this? Or perhaps ajarn.com is a cheaper alternative? The smallest classified ad was about 18,000 baht for five days (plus three days free) the last time I checked. And they seem to put up their prices every six months - which is about how often the sales girl calls you.