they told me on the phone i was elligible for something i was not elligible. THEY MADE FALSE PROMISES OF SUCESS BEFORE THEY EVEN CHECKED MY DOCUMENTS AND ASKED FOR MY CREDIT CARD DETAILS.
i contacted the home office who told me I have been badly advised. they took my deposit over the phone, gave me a name of a case worker and every time i have tried to contact the case worker the phone rang out.
the case worker doesnt seem to exist anymore after you gave them the credit card details, they just dont asnwer the phone. They put you under a lot of pressure to give them your credit card details on the phone before they even asess your documents to see if you have any chance of getting a visa but after you gave them the credit card details you have problems contacting people in their office and they try to drag time as much as possible.
i have cancelled my card which i have used for the initial payment so they cannot use it again as I believe them to be very dubious by the way they operate.
they want you to pay a deposit before you even signed a contract with tHem and they want you to sign a contract with them even before you have assesed your documents and if after signing the contract they discover you dont have enough documents to support a visa application or you are not elligible for what they told you on the phone you are in order to sign a contract then they refuse to refund you and they want you to pay full fees for them telling you on the phone you are not elligible even though you have never been to their office or never submitted any documents.
beware of the sales agent who would say anything to get you to sign a contract and when it proves that what he told you is wrong and the case worker does not agree with what he told you after that you are supposed to pay full fees for the case worker telling you that the advice by the sales agent was wrong. it is completely unethical.
whoever wants to complain about them should write to oisc.co.uk, regulatory body, office of fair trading, take them to court through www dot moneyclaim dot gov dot uk
go to complaintsboard dot com about a full article about how to sue them and get your money back.
EVERYONE GO READ THE FOLLOWING LINK
Global Visas Complaints - inadequate service and unfair charges
THIS LADY HERE SAYS SHE HAS GOT A LETTER FROM PHIL WOOLAS THE MINISTER OF IMMIGRATION STATING THAT OISC AND OFFICE OF FAIR TRADING ARE INVESTIGATING GLOBAL VISAS
WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT ... THE MINISTER OF IMMIGRATION TESTIFYING AGAINST GLOBAL VISAS...
ALL THE POSITIVE REVIEWS MUST BE A FAKE IF THE MINISTER OF IMMIGRATION IS WRITING LETTERS AGAINST GLOBAL VISAS
FOR ANYONE SUING GLOBAL VISAS GET A LETTER LIKE THAT FROM PHIL WOOLAS
if you go on the website called clicktocomplain.co.uk search global visas and look at the bottom of the page to see what ric the moderator and jonathan the owner are saying they are saying on their webiste there are lots of fake positive reviews that seem to be put up by the global visas employees registering under different identities and that tthis company is not reputable.
even complaint websites moderator are writing against this company
do not give them any money. they make false promises of sucess in order to get your credit card details.
I believe all the positive reviews on this site must be posted by the Global Visas employees as they are being investigated by authorities and they want to look reputable
GLOBAL VISAS SCAM
GLOBAL VISAS COMPLAINT
GLOBAL VISAS REVIEW
GLOBAL VISAS FRAUD
GLOBAL VISAS LIAM CLIFFORD