I once applied for UK visa two years and was refused on the basis of not meeting certain conditions which are as follows:
I applied with an invitation from someone (packaged as such by an agent) who I said was my sister. But when the UK consulate tried to reach her on several occasions based on the contact number we provided, she was unreachable. By that they said they could not establish the relationship between us neither could the really verify the invitation.
I provided a personal statement of account which had some money it and at the same time provided the certificate of a fixed deposit I had with the bank at the time. The consulate said they were not sure that such money would be available for my traveling and as such could not grant the visa.
Note: these were the key reasons stated in the refusal letter, the others I can't remember but I want to believe those are trivia.
Question: I am planning to reapply again in the next couple of months and this time I want to go with my newly wedded wife for our honeymoon without invitation from anyone and without the assistance of any traveling agent. My question is this, the part where we be required to fill if we have any relation in the UK, what should I write there? My previous application stated I had someone in the UK (lie), can I state now that I don't have any relation in the UK (true)? If yes, won't this contradict what they have in their data base?
Also, currently I'm a director in a company and I have the company certificate. Is that enough for me or do I need to go with any other document?