Jobs Across the World – Finding a Job across the world really that simple?

Jobs-across-the-word-mainName: Jobs Across the World
Founder: Unknown

Bare Naked Scam rating: 4 Thumbs Down


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Jobs Across the World- Is It a Scam?

Nowadays, huge and popular companies get the services of job placement agencies to screen and interview the most suitable applicant for them.

There are so many recruitment agencies that go around searching for the finest candidate, or sometimes their next “victim”.

I will be doing a thorough review about a job placement platform called Jobs Across the World.

You might have come across this agency in different social media sites. But how sure are you that this is legit or a scam?

Don’t worry because I will tell you everything you need to know so that you can make the right decision whether you must sign up for this company or not.

What is Jobs Across the World?

Jobs Across the World is a platform where employers can view your resume and see if you have the skills and qualifications they are looking for.

According to their website, they will match your CV to available job openings in different parts of the world.

This will make it easier for applicants who would like to work overseas because no matter where they are, Jobs Across the World will help them land their dream job in their dream country.

But this sounds too good to be true, and for me, this is a real red flag.

Keep in mind that scammers usually entice their prey with different offers that they could not resist.

Upon checking their website, there was really nothing that I found. All you can see in their website interface was a brief introduction about what their company does.

It says there that they are a modern online platform where they help people find jobs abroad and that employers can view their profile.

They also take pride in sending e-mails about the latest job openings once you sign up on their website. You can check out their website through this link.

In my opinion, there is nothing special about their services. There are other reputable sites (like Linkedin) wherein you can make your own profile for free, browse for jobs and wait for an employer to call you. So why not just use these popular websites?

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Something Fishy… Hopefully Jobs Across the World can clear this up…

Red Flag 1: Automated Answering Machines…

I also tried looking for the people behind this company on their website, but there was nothing that I found except for their contact number and their address.

Their address is in the United Kingdom. I also tried calling their contact number which has the area code of London which is +44.

I was able to confirm that it was really their contact number, but it was only a machine that answered my call.

You may argue that I called them at off working hours, but my call to them was at 2.30pm (London Time).

Red Flag 2: Are their customer reviews credible?

On their website, you will also find their “feedbacks” from their clients.

According to these clients, they found their dream jobs abroad with the help of Jobs Across the World in just a few days.

Wow! So, if you come from a different country and you got an offer from another country, do you really get your working visa in a span of a few days?

Not unless you hold a strong passport that will make the visa requirements lighter for you. But I still doubt it.

You must also remember the fact that reviews coming from their website may not be credible, and so you need to look for other reviews on other websites.

Red Flag 3: Sales call or an interview?

It was hard searching for a review about this company, but then I came across their Facebook page. Here is the link.

Jobs-across-the-word-facebookWhen I read in the comments, it seems that a lot of people are interested to avail of their services.

I found one comment from this Facebook user who told her experience with this company.

According to her, she received a phone call from one of the tele-marketers of Jobs Across the World and asked her about her monthly salary.

According to the agent, she needed to screen her financial capability if she could afford their services.

When she answered “Tell me how much is your service fee and I will tell you if I can afford it”, the lady on the other line hung up and wished her luck.

On their website, there was something stated there that in order to include your CV in their database, you need to pay a certain amount but did not say how much.

We received feedback from other people who were also called by this company’s agent, and according to them, the amount you need to pay is $890.

This $890 includes different sponsorship on hotels and airfares.

As far as I know, you will only pay an agency once they’ve got everything ready for you- your job and working visa. Why would you pay this huge amount of money just to post your CV on a website when you can search for jobs online for free?

Red Flag 4: Why are they Down-selling their Services?

I’d got a big tip from a prospective client of Jobs Across the World, and I quote here:

She said something along the lines of, “I realize $890 SEEMS like a lot, but with all these benefits and sponsorships, it’s really worth it.” She even tried to appeal to my fears and desires. “You are serious about traveling the world, aren’t you? Don’t you want to land your dream job for a company that will sponsor you? Sponsorships are so rare these days, and you’d me missing out on a ONCE IN A LIFETIME opportunity.” Etc., etc.
It was clear to me then that she probably works on commission. She was so pushy and she would not take no for an answer.
I declined again, so she responded by asking me what was holding me back. I ended up creating fake financial troubles so that she’d piss off and leave me alone.
“Let me see if I can talk to our financial department to see if could help you.” She put me on hold for another 30 seconds, and came back with even more good news! I can pay two monthly-installments of $435! She said she understood my dilemma, and wanted to do anything she could to help.
I said no again. To which she responded by telling me that, if I turn away now, I would be missing out on so many great opportunities because of how volatile the job market is, and that she could not guarantee that this offer would still be available for me in the future. Even though, she had originally told me that there were many, MANY, opportunities available in all the countries I wanted to go to.
And then suddenly, the price conveniently lowered AGAIN to $200 to activate my account, in five monthly-installments. “This is the lowest I’m allowed to go.” Why wasn’t I put on hold this time? I told her politely that I wasn’t ready to commit at this time and that I had heaps of credit card debt I needed to focus on paying off. Thankfully, she finally gave up after that.
What was funny about this experience was that she was basically claiming that I’d be guaranteed a sponsored job in my chosen career field, even though she knew nothing about my prior job experience, or if I was even remotely qualified for what I wanted. You would think that a legit company that wants to represent me or help me find work would ask questions about whether or not I’ve ever been fired or arrested or something.
I immediately looked up the website for scam reviews right after, but found none. I would hope that this wasn’t a scam, since I willingly gave them some of my banking information. I was hoping that maybe you could get to the bottom of this.
Thanks again for reading my email, and exposing these “companies” for the frauds that they are.
Best regards,

And, here’s a screenshot of that email:


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Well, I was just thinking, if someone got employed successfully, shouldn’t the company pay Jobs Across the World, rather than the other way around?

Why are their services so expensive, why are their services charged to the prospective employees, and why are they down-selling their services? These are the questions I would like Jobs Across the World to answer.

Further Digging…

I also found a website wherein I was able to check whether the website is a scam or not. Here’s the link.

Through this website, I found out that their website was created more than a year ago.

This also explains why you can’t find reviews about it because the company itself is still new.

The website is owned by a man named David Smith. It also seems that this company is related to another organization called Jobs Moving Forward Limited.

This website is located in the United Kingdom but it seems that it shares the same server and is related to other websites in the United States and Germany.

My Honest Opinion

There is nothing wrong in getting the services of a recruitment agency, but if a certain agency guarantees you a job without first screening your qualifications and skills, this is certainly a red flag.

Some agencies may require a “membership fee”, but $890 is too much and you are not even sure if you are guaranteed a job at the end of the day.

So might as well go to other reputable recruitment agencies.

Jobs Across the World is still a new company and still has so much to prove.

I believe that there is a high risk if you try this company. You must also keep in mind that your personal details and account details are very important. Do not just give them away because you might be a victim of identity theft and phishing.

You might want to earn more by working abroad, but this platform may not be a good solution for you.

As you may know, I review many online job or business opportunities, and I hardly find any legitimate ones.

If you have an open mind and want to know how thousands of people (including me) make a full-time income from the comfort of your home, you can check this out.

Wishing you all the best in whatever decision you’ll make, and thank you for reading this review!

I hope that I was able to help you make the right decision on whether or not to use this service.

If you find this review helpful, please, feel free to share it by clicking on the social media buttons.

If you’d like to discuss more on Jobs Across the World, please, feel free to leave a comment below.

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Ale - Reply

they called me today like 30 mins after i sign on the application on line, she asked me some questions about my education and stuff then she started asking for my card information i wasnt sure but after a while i gave her the first 6 digits and then she asked for more but i didnt gave her anything, she was a long time trying to convince me but i didnt do it. then i said id like to make my decision after i make a deep research about them and ill contact them later if i was interested and she didnt even let me finish talk. she just hung up the phone.

im worried bc either way i gave her the first 6 digits, i have been checking my bank accoun and everything is fine.. but they can do something with that information?

    Jack Cao - Reply

    I don’t think the first 6 digits on your credit card matters, because the first 4 defines if your card is a visa or a master. It is the last 4 – 6 digits that matter.

    Hopefully everything goes well with you.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Mark Ushie - Reply

My experience is, they called me and insisted knowing my 16 digit and the 3 number at the back. After telling them I have only 280 dollars only in the account, they now said they they will put my account on automatic debit of dollars132,000 on 30th of July. I agreed but to my surprised, they try debiting my account with 10000 dollars and followed immediately with another debit of 500 dollars which still hanged. So I quickly called my bank and asked them to distroyed my debit card. Thank God I won for they did not succeed. Please be careful with this so call job around the world.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for sharing this Mark!

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

summer T - Reply

i received a call from visa canadian professionals, they were offering job as permanent resident and asking me for 600 dollars, i almost felt into their hook, they asked me for the first 6 digits of my card, i gave them a card with no funds, they tried to charge me 600 for the first time, the second tried 400 dollars and finally 150 and the card was blocked by bank, i checked the transaction, the transaction was attempted to be charged by “BlueSnap“ meanwhile the call i contacted my friends from canada and send them an screenshot of that number we find out about that number and we discovered they´re SCAM!!.

Luckily i changed that card number, after that they said “we will contact you in 24 hours please talk with your bank“ i blocked that number and marked their email as SPAM, they neved emailed me but now im receiving emails from “JOBSWORLD“ it seems they are the same scammers, this new email starts with the same letters of the first scammers, “csr@“

so be careful with your information,

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for sharing your experience with Jobs Across the World here!

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Rye Vaugh A Esteban - Reply

How will i stop them from getting money from my account? They got money from the bank without calling me.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hey Rye,

    I’d recommend that you contact your bank directly.

    Request your bank to put a stop payment to the company.

    Hope this helps!

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

    summer T - Reply

    cancel that credit card and ask for a new one, thats what i did.

heleena david - Reply

I also think that jobs across the world is a bare naked scam……..they took 1500 us dollar from me……I wish I could have seen the comments before…….

    Jack Cao - Reply

    This is so sad. Yet another failed experience. I’m sorry that this article didn’t reach you in time.

    But, I hope you can file a complain with so that Government is aware of the situation.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Sakhile - Reply

hi Jack,i am from south africa, seeking to have a job and to immigrate, currently i am in this website jobsacrosstheworld , well as i just this READ YOUR review, i hope i havent made bad decision,i had a problem about their fees about $500 to pay for my application,so even my parent was so furious about it,but they called back and said that am finished paying.So in all they are giving me offers to choose from and to respond on them.

thanks alot for sharring with us.

kind regards
Sakhile Sbonelo(South Africa)

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Sakhile,

    I sincerely hope that everything goes well for you.

    I really hope that you can share your personal experience with this company after the service has been concluded.

    I am sure others who are reading this review will want to know your story, so keep us updated Sakhile!

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Jian M - Reply

It is sad reading all these comments and I do empathize with anyone whose hard earned money has gone down the drain. I will share what I know of both organizations.

Last year my friend started her immigration to Canada process and engaged the services of Canadian Visa Experts paying a total of about $2,500. They created her express entry profile and linked her up with Jobs Across The World which they have a partnership with. To cut a long story short, my dear friend landed Canada early this year (2018) and was given a 2 month accommodation by the company that hired her (through jobs across the world). This company sponsored her work permit visa.

I honestly do not understand why CVE has such a nasty reputation online, perhaps it has to do with their pushy style of marketing but truth is they do help people immigrate. Secondly maybe if people who have gotten positive results spoke up more that will also help. I am by no means endorsing them but I am speaking the 100% truth I know. I have recently signed up with them and pray that my story will be even better than that of my friend. So far, I have not felt like I am being scammed to be honest. They have been straight forward and I am looking forward to start applying for jobs with them.

Lastly, if you are over 45, your chances of immigrating is slimmer except you wish to go the route of PNP, if an agency tells you this then it is just what it is and not a scam. Do your research and don’t expect agencies to perform miracles for you. Even with the jobs you will need to do the work of convincing the hiring managers when they do contact you. If you fail to do so and fail to get the job it is not the fault of the agency.

Best wishes everyone!


    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for your input J! This is the first positive review about the company, and it is great that you share it!

    I am sure this adds value to the people reading this review.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Adele Swart - Reply

Sadly I was stupid enough to give my details out & was scammed last week. Hope they rot in hell!

Joseph van Santen - Reply

I also got a called from a “Jobs around the world agent” in the UK. She asked about my current salary and my salary expectations after relocation, my current job, whether I was married, etc. She also asked why I wanted to relocate. She wanted my credit card information right away. I told her I wasn’t home and didn’t have the card with me at the momento. She was very pushy. I asked her about the initial fee (which basically just covers the fee to get a profile with your resume in their database) and it was $890 dollars. What a ripoff!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for sharing your experience Joseph!

    I Glad you didn’t get caught up with this program.

    I felt that it is the responsibility of the recruitment company to meet with the prospect at least once to get to know the prospect better before charging any fee. It is just common sense don’t you think?

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Oloyede danile - Reply

Same thing happened to me, I received a call from Canada after filling the application and my master card was charged $40, after 3 weeks i got a call from Immigration in Canada saying i have to pay $1000 for the visa fee and everything? I hope this is for real please help, the website is

Bryan - Reply

Whew ! I almost got caught for a sucker. Man, when these people phone they sound so genuine because they’re so confident and have all the answers. The lady that dealt with me was oh so smooth, she asked me for the first 6 digits of my card so that her “financial department could verify if I qualified for international transactions, and I thought well she cant do much with that so I gave her the digits. She told me to hang on and was back 30 seconds later saying all was verified, they would be able to do transactions with me, and the one time fee of $500 was required. She then went on a long information spiel which impressed the hell out of me. When I was suitably impressed she quickly pressed me for the remaining digits of my credit card and the last three numbers on the flip side and before I knew it there I was giving her all my info. I knew I didn’t have $500 in my account so I wasn’t too fazed . I didn’t tell her that. I just said I would have to visit the bank to instruct them, and she said” no problem I will program payment for tomorrrow” . After giving her the digits she asked me to repeat and state that I was giving the information willingly as I was being recorded. The alarm bells had been ringing faintly all along but now the hackles on my neck were positively standing at attention. Anyway she merrily babbled on about sending me application forms and gave me a password and reference number blah blah blah and I couldnt wait to end this call to check on this company. As soon as we ended the call my bank called an informed me of an attempt by Jobs around the World to draw money from my account. So much for waiting until tomorrow ! They actually made two attempts one of $500 and a second of $200. I instructed the bank to block my card. This all happened about 5 hours ago ,then I found your website. People out there please be warned !

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for sharing your experience Bryan!

    I’m glad you didn’t get caught in this.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

    David - Reply

    very similar story with me. Did they send you any emails afterwards stating that you owed them and you should pay ASAP? If yes, did you respond?

      Bryan Vassilatos - Reply

      Hi David,
      Fortunately after all this drama, I didn’t get anymore phone calls or emails for that matter. I think they got annoyed when I blocked my bank account.

Salva - Reply

Hi, i just received the call from them and after all the talking they ask for the payment and i tell them i wanted to check their legit with another source and that is when the “pressure” begins.
They tried to force me to accept their legit only with their statements and arguments and saying that there where no need nor point at thinking it was no legit. I insist that i need some hours to check them and that is when they say that they cant wait for me because they have other peoples waiting for my spot and the cant separate mines. So it was now or never and that is a typical way to scam.
Be aware.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for sharing your experience Salva.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Roberto - Reply


I recently received a call from them. First thing is, like someone said here, they try to convince you that it is a once in a life opportunity and you can’t miss it. They ask for your age, what did you study and a list of countries that you’d like to get a job.

Then they told me that the required payment to start receiving job offers is US $500.

Red flags for me:

1. They don’t ask any of your previous experiences yet they guarantee you job offers.

2. They said the companies will pay everything regarding the immigration process and I just had to give them my papers and the required information.

3. They said they want to know if you can pay their fee. So this guy asked what credit or debit card I had. I told him that a MasterCard and he wanted me to give him the numbers and other info so that he can confirm that the credit card will work as a payment. So he was gonna charge me the 500 dollars in that moment, 5 minutes after he called me. Crazy.

Be careful everyone because it looks too good to be real.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for sharing this Roberto!

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Cesar - Reply

Ouhhh i Just paíd the 500 USD for the resume to get a Job in Canadá , they said it Was Just for checking if i had the account, i think i made wrong, please if someone knows about this program if this really works or i los the money 🙁

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Cesar,

    Seems that Musaid (see the comment before yours) has a positive experience with them. But it seems that the transaction hasn’t completed yet.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

    Daniel - Reply

    These people are crooks same story for me today

Musaid - Reply

Hello Jack dear,
I am Musaid this is a good article, deep investigation, but job across the world is not scam, they helped me…
I am sorry some people had abd experience with them but i with their help found employer to sponsor me and soon i can work in australia again so i am grateful to them very much
I hope you search more and find good positive things about job acros the world.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thank you for your message. This is the first positive comment about this company.

    I hope everything works well for you, and hopefully, you can really work in Australia when the time comes.

    Maybe you can give us an update when you finally work at Australia?

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

      Stephane - Reply

      Hello, I also paid before starting to be worried. it happens 5 days ago,
      On the bright side, they called me today and ask questions about the place I wanted to be relocated (Quebec in my case).
      I am still worried, so I had 3 more calls after I paid and I decide to not show my feeling and see how it finish as long as they don’t ask for more money.
      I cannot decide if it is a scam or not as they seem to be doing something and 5 days after taking my money they have no reason to contact me. But maybe it is part of the strategy.
      I don’t know but I will keep you posted.

        Jack Cao - Reply

        Thanks for sharing Stephane!

        Looking forward to your further update.

        ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Sue - Reply

I’ll like to thank you Jack. Last week on the 9th /03/2018 I received the call from this no. +442031501986 called himself Martin James, from “Jobs across the world”. He told me the same story also want my credit no. and the amount of R8000.00 so I gave him without fear because i knew that he will get nothing in that account and i was so suspicious. After a short period he phoned me back telling me that there’s nothing in my account. I promised him that he will get it month end of May. He put me hold to talk to his partner of finance, Mitchell Garison,thats her name . She also told me that if ever i delay im gonna miss the opportunity. I asked them their email adress. She promised me that she’ll send it even today im still waiting.

Warm Regards

    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome Sue, and thank you for sharing your experience.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Ayta - Reply

Hello Jack,

Thank you very much for this, it helps me a lot.

I received a phone call today (03/07/18) and actually i was pretty shocked because she was very meticulous about my private life, also she asked weather i was ready to pay 500 USD for their job(creating my CV/finding a job).
When I asked where she had found my number she replied “I can’t say it to you right now”, then after couple of minutes I repeated my Q and she said that I might have left a request ( it may be though) one year ago or something.
Then I asked her to send me letter to my email address in order to check.

So I decided to find comments about this site and came across to your article:)

Best regards,


    Jack Cao - Reply

    You are most welcome Ayta and thank you for sharing as well!

    I’m glad my review helped you in time.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Emily - Reply

Only 15 minutes ago, They called me and talked a lot and sent me to email to make payment for 6 months registration 299Euro. But I told them I already do not have this money I am just graduated and I don’t have cash and my credit card is still student credit card and there is only around 100Euro limit of credit for students. 2 different women talked me to make me register right now. But They still forced me to register even though I told them already I have been accepted by some companies as one by one emailing and a lot skype interviews I did and I can go to Italy or UK for architectural job by Erasmus sponsorship programme but they got angry and almost they would shout me and finally after a big challenge, They wished me good luck, stopped to deceive me. I could not understand what was wrong and I just searched on the website what they are and I saw this talks. Thanks all in all, in the last step I escaped ^-^

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hey Emily,

    Thanks so much for sharing your experience! This definitely helps people with their research on the company.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Ariel Lloren - Reply

They just called me several minutes ago and offered to assist me in finding a company in Canada that is willing to hire me with free airfare, free canadian visa, free accommodation, etc hahahah

They asked for 500usd payment for the service of finding the company which I doubt if they could ever find one.

I did not provide my card number so they provided me an option to wire transfer money to their bank account and to my surprise the bank is located in Spain.

I hope I could paste the screenshot here in the comments so you guys can take a look

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hey Ariel,

    Thanks so much for your insights!

    Can you send the screenshot to

    I will post your screenshot in the main article.

    Thank you!
    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

unju - Reply

jobs accross the world is 100% a scam webiste everyone. tried to get a refund after 2 days of the service and no one has even tried to contact me back stay away

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks for your input Unju! Hope the others will see your comment.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Reem - Reply

I and my family registered in it and I want to know if they are going to do this really or they will just take our money?? Answer please I’m in a hurry 😥

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi Reem,

    Honestly, I haven’t seen one positive feedback since I’ve posted this review. So, my only guess is that they will not do what they’ve promised. So, if you are not in too deep, please get out now.

    As the business runs in the UK, I would suggest that you report it here if they happen to be a fraud.

    I hope this helps!

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Eder Ramos - Reply

I received a call from them and I have a brief conversation but firstly they wondered me if I have a credit card and the availability to pay $500… That sounded weird to me, so I kept the conversation and explained to me that I was going to register in a website where many companies around the word were going to check my profile. At the end of the call I didn’t want to pay because it looked very easy to apply in that way, I asked the information through email and the caller only sent my an article from Yahoo about Finances around the world.

The caller got mad with me and dropped the call! I think was a scammer. Real customer services never drop a call!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Lol! Thanks for sharing your experience Eder!

    It definitely means a lot to people who are reading this review.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Marcella - Reply

Hello Jack, I am glad I read all the information and comments from people.
They also contacted me and now I know that this is sure a scam.
I once payed to Visa Experts like US $40.00 and they said that I was not eligible because of my age (I was 50 at that time), and now they tell me that the good news is that now I am!!
I am concerned that if they have my credit card number from the other time they could make a charge this time. I will call my bank right away!

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hey Marcella,

    Glad you saw this post and I’m glad it helped! This is the very reason I set up this website.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Pedro R Armada - Reply

Hi Jack:

More or less, same happened to me. They call me and start asking for money from the very beginning. I tried to stop their chattering to ask which were they services, my duties and other details, but they keep asking first for my credit card numbers so they could check if I was a real person. Later they offered I could pay my 1260 $ in two payments and asked how much could pay for the first downpaiment and told them only 500. Without even answering my queries, they transferred to an another guy who keep asking for my other credit card details, but I refused and I said I didn’t wanted their services.
Four days after that, my bank told me they charged 630 $ without telling me nothing, so I got angry and cancelled my credit card ant its payment. No notice from then that they carged money to my credit card, no recipe, no nothing. So in my mind, they are vulgar scammers.
Regards and good luck

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Thanks so much for your insights Pedro!

    It means so much to people who are about to join the program.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

Someone - Reply

I want to inform you that this website might be affiliated with another with the address; where I got a phone call from promoting their job placement services.

    Jack Cao - Reply

    Hi there,

    Thank you so much for that information! I am sure people who come across barenakedscam will appreciate your input.

    ~Jack (BareNakedScam)

RUN B4 ICU - Reply

A couple of years ago I spent around US$2,500 to immigrate to Canada via CANADIAN VISA EXPERTS. According to them, they would help me because of my age (at the time I was 46) and through the normal federal immigration path to Canada I wouldn’t get many points because of that – even though I do have a lot of experience in my field. Since I already knew that and because most of what they told was true, I fell for it – bait, hook, and line! They found me another “program” in a small province, which according to them, would accept my scores, and I got their enrollment #. After all of that, nothing happened.
WHAT DOES IT HAS TO DO WITH JOBS AROUND THE WORLD? Well, a month ago, I received a call from an individual who knew ALL my information from Canadian Visa Experts (CVE). He even knew my CVE# and which province I was applying for in Canada, except that this time, he said, he was calling from JOBS AROUND THE WORLD! He had a world database of workers who would fill out their resume and the employers would pay ALL the expenses to have them in their countries. Ain’t that fishy or what?

Morning Sunshine - Reply

Hello Jack, thank you for this info. I also just received a phonecall from an agent in the UK eventhough I didnt actually finished my registration with them online. I was already a bit suspiscious and even more when we got cut off and she didnt call back. So I did a bit of snooping aroudn and found your website. My husband even went to search for the images they posted as their reviewers on google image and guess what? These images are used in other different accounts such as twitter and etc under different names! The guys called Harrison for example had a twitter account and his name is Tariq Ramadhan there and on another website he had another different name. This website, papersasap also seem to be another scam website.

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