Fertilization agencies seek university donors
Illegal human fertilization agencies in China are expanding their services to students in well-known universities, looking for donated eggs from beautiful female students with high intelligence.
In Beijing, a black market for collecting eggs from female students at renowned universities also exists. Clients usually pay the agency 40,000 ($6,422) to 80,000 yuan, but donors see little of the money because most of it is deducted by the agencies, according to Beijing News.
Agencies post advertisements on the street or on the online bulletin board systems of universities. Online messenger is the main communication tool between agencies and donors. Clients usually ask to meet the donors before the egg donation. If donations are done on the black market, donors have no legal protection.