This post is made by the company discussed and is only left because they have been given the option to defend themselves. TSE does not back this statements.
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Thus, our valued clients benefit from our professional immigration-related services which include: a professional evaluation by our authorized ICCRC-registered immigration consultants of their potential eligibility to apply for a Permanent Resident Visa to Canada as well as personalized professional assistance to simplify the application process and make sure everything is done correctly.
As you may know, people write all sorts of things (positive and negative) on the Internet and it is almost impossible to prevent them from doing so. In the case of online postings by ScamBook which you recently brought to our attention, it should be noted that there are news reports and numerous other postings criticizing ScamBook for engaging in questionable practices and even referring to it as being a “scam” itself. For example, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Chicago gave ScamBook an “F” (i.e., “failing”) grade and has placed a “red alert” message on the BBB website about ScamBook:
Another example of where the legitimacy of ScamBook has been called into question was posted online by NBC News – Chicago on July 23, 2013, and titled, “Is Scambook.com a Scam Itself?” You may watch the recorded NBC news report exposing ScamBook’s questionable practices at the following link:
These are simply two of the many online postings raising issues about ScamBook and they should suffice to raise doubts in your own mind about the “credibility” of ScamBook and any postings they may publish.
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It is our goal at Canadian Visa Expert to provide the highest level of service to our valued customers. Therefore, I kindly request that you send me your contact details at firstname.lastname@example.org (including your nine-digit customer account number) so I may look into your particular case and do my best to resolve it.