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Two Worlds United Complaints & Reviews

Two Worlds United / questionable company ethics

Nov 2, 2013

DO NOT USE TWO WORLDS UNITED EXCHANGE PROGRAM. Our 16 year old MINOR child was a victim of Two Worlds. In retrospect we realize that their screening process is little better than a smoke screen. Our child was insufficiently interviewed and prepared. The issue of a student visa never arose until broached by ourselves at which point, when it was already too late to acquire one by regular means, we were advised that she should stay the 90 days allowable, return home and either obtain one then or go back again as a tourist. Either that, or lie should she be questioned! Other parents have...

Two Worlds United - Florida, Tampa / Endangers Students Welfare

Mar 9, 2013

The agency does not properly care for students in program, your child's life will be in danger. Don't put your child i harms way! They jeopardized my child's safety while she was in Spain. They lie and deceitful practice is there mo. They are a student exchange program that gives illegal advice to families. For example, they told us not to worry about obtaining a student visa for study in Spain and suggested buying a plane ticket with a return date within 90 days and the just changing it while my daughter is in Spain to avoid obtaining the student visa. We accepted an exchange...

Two Worlds United / Bad service


I filed a complaint last summer with the Better Business Bureau against Two Worlds United which is a company that arranges cultural exchange and summer abroad programs for students. I also contacted the Department of Consumer Affairs and the Attorney General's office. The BBB gave them an "F" rating, something I didn't learn about until after our bad experience. They're description of an "F" rating is as follows: We strongly question the company's reliability for reasons such as that they have failed to respond to complaints, their advertising is grossly misleading, they are not...