5 Signs That A Canadian Immigration Opportunity Is A Scam

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Don't get scammed

For the past few weeks,  I have been talking about the various Canadian Immigration scams that exist.

However, I have come to terms with the fact that the list is inexhaustible.

The more I write about new scams, the more scams these fraudsters manufacture.

It was honestly exhausting!!

A friend reached out to me days ago and told me to do this instead.

While there are numerous Canadian Immigration scams, all of them have common factors.

They all present the same claim and operate the same way!

That is why today I will be sharing five things you should watch out for to detect if the Canadian Immigration opportunity you are currently considering is real or a scam!

That being said…

Let's begin!

  1. 100% Guarantee 
How To Detect A Canadian Immigration Fraud

Ladies and Gentlemen…

Even Jesus Christ did not give 100% Guarantee when it comes to the percentage of people who are coming to heaven.

When someone starts telling you that there is a 100% chance that you will get a particular Canadian Job or get an admission into a particular school, it may be time to run as fast as you can.

I teach people how they can secure a Canadian Job from their home country and relocate to Canada via the Sponsored Work Visa route.

I have never promised that once you apply for one Job, you will get it on the spot!

Rather, what I teach is how you can optimize your chances so that you will at least get interviews from 10% of the Jobs you applied for!

I do not offer a 100% guarantee on you getting every Job you apply for.

Instead of seeking for who will give you 100% guarantee, why don't you learn the basics of getting a Canadian Job?

Click HERE to get started.

  1. WhatsApp 
Whatsapp is being used for Canadian Immigration Scams

I am always amazed when I hear people say that they were contacted via Whatsapp with a Canadian Job opportunity.

I am a Nigerian and even back home in Nigeria, I know HR companies rarely contact you via Whatsapp.

They would send you an email with an official email address.

However, I can completely understand how desperate people are to relocate to Canada and get Jobs.

But this is the truth.

Nobody will contact you via Whatsapp to directly offer a Job.

They will Rather contact you via email.

You actually do not need to fall prey to these scams.

Getting a Canadian Job is not as hard as a lot of people think.

I have helped 20+ people to get Canadian Jobs and relocate to Canada through the Sponsored Work Visa route and it is really easy!

Click HERE to get started.

  1. Too Simple 
Canadian Immigration Scams seem too easy

Remember the saying; “Nothing good comes easy”?

Oh well! This definitely applies when it comes to Canadian Immigration Frauds.

Explain how you can get a Job without applying for it or interviewing for it?

Explain how you can secure a Canadian University admission without even applying for it?

Just how!

I know I usually say that relocating to Canada is easy but it is not as easy as scammers make you believe.

No Canadian employer will just drop into your DM and offer a Job like that.

You have to apply for it, go through an interview or interviews depending on the nature of the Job before you actually do get a Job.

The same thing applies if you are seeking admission in a Canadian University.

If it seems too good to be true, it's probably too good to be true.

  1. The “Desperate” Approach 
5 signs that a Canadian Immigration Opportunity is a scam.

Remember how I said I don't think I can fall for these scams?

It is mostly because of this!

I can smell their desperation from 10 miles away.

Most times, these scammers will;

Contact you first in order to give you a Job or an admission.

Put pressure on you to pay a certain fee to secure the Job or the admission.

Call you unserious when you do decide to take your sweet time.

These are not the characteristics of a genuine recruiter.

Think about it;

For every Job vacancy post that is put out there, they get thousands of applications.

Why will they want to put pressure on only you when they have a sea of applicants to pick from?

  1. Dubious Payment Options 
Canadian Fraud payments

A few months ago, I experienced something that shook me.

Some guys’ impersonated me and started receiving payment on a Palmpay.

The account even had my name.

Before you pay for something – University application fee or anything, do your research on the appropriate place to pay.

Do not send any money to Salisu from Nigeria or Singh from India.


Every Canadian Scam that exists today has at least 3 of these 5 things in common.

  1. They offer 100% guarantee 
  2. They use Whatsapp to contact their victims 
  3. They sound too good to be true 
  4. They are desperate 
  5. They use suspicious payment means

If any Canadian Immigration Opportunity you are considering has any of these things, you may want to reconsider.

Stay Safe.

I remain Victor Ola 

I am committed to turning your Canada hope into reality.

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