Someone in India used Immigration Trust & Simon Park's names/profiles to scam people in India
Someone in India used our CEO's name and our firm's name to lure people into paying money to him, claiming that he could secure employment in New Zealand with a monthly payment of NZD2,400. He forged a visa approval letter from INZ and the evisa to convince his client.
Be careful of this person
A person visited our Facebook page to verify the visa and letter received from this person to see whether they were genuine and we were involved. Check a post below and go through the comments to see what happened.
He also provided the person's passport, but we redacted his personal information and uploaded it here so people in India would know who they need to be careful with.
Immigration Trust does not have offices in other countries.
Please be advised that Immigration Trust does not have a representative or an office in India. This is the second time someone overseas has tried to use our reputable name to lure people into paying them money.
What do you do avoid this happen to you
1. Check the adviser's detail with the record from HERE first.
2. Contact the adviser directly via the contact details from the record.
3. If any licensed immigration adviser is working on your case, he or she must have a written engagement letter signed by you and the adviser. Therefore the adviser must know about your case.
4. If the adviser says that he or she does not know you or your case, you know you are about to be scammed.
Check documents below to learn more about this.
If you are in India or from India
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