(PRWEB UK) 27 August 2013
It has been reported in Expat Forum, that people are being warned not to fall victim to this sort of activity, with a Citizenship and Immigration Canada spokesman stating that “if it sounds too good to be true it probably is. No one can guarantee you a job or a visa to Canada.” Those looking to move to the North American country are being advised that Canadian officials will never ask someone to deposit money into an individual’s personal bank account or use free email services such as Hotmail or Yahoo. Other warnings signals should be overly high salaries and fake websites, especially with the growing ease of copying and building fake but professional looking websites.
Providing international relocation services for those moving to Canada, the team at Interdean were naturally concerned by the recent news. A representative from the company offers more advice on staying safe from fraud when planning a new life in Canada.
“It’s particularly important at the moment for expats thinking of moving to Canada to remain vigilant about identity fraud. With the rise of fake websites, we would suggest matching the address in your brower’s address bar when you arrive at a website with what you typed in previously to ensure these are the same. Also, remember that you should never be asked to reveal important personal information by email. At Interdean we offer free visa assistance and advice that we encourage our customers to take advantage of, especially those with concerns regarding these recent issues.”
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