Ryan Dean of CanadaFake Immigration Consultant

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Canada Direct Immigration Consultancy and Partners is owned by Mr. Ryan Dean, a Canadian Citizen. His secretary and partner in doing the scam is Ms. Angeli C. Hernandez or Angie (her nickname). Their office is located in Room 2B, 2nd floor, Airport Global Plaza, 4646 Seaside Drive corner E. Aguinaldo Highway, Roxas Boulevard Extension, Tambo, Paranaque City. I paid them a total amount of almost 75, 000 pesos last july 2010 for the processing of my application for Federal Skilled Worker in Canada. When i came back to their office, i found out that they left their office and that they are nowhere to be found anymore. i tried sending emails and tried calling them but i cannot reach them anymore. Up until now, i don't know what happened with the company, with my application and with my money.


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    Frank.G Dec 03, 2016

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