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I got an email a few days ago from an American company that organizes Green Cards for a US Visa for individuals. I did an application with them a few years ago, after graduating from college, but have no interest in renewing it now. In the email they sent, they asked me to update my details & re-upload a photo, now it appears that I was mislead and in updating my details they renewed my subscription. I don't want any transaction to go through from them & have told them so, but they have not responded to my request.

Please see a copy of emails exchanged to further explain:

02-JUNE-07 04:04
Dear Garry Kelly,
We would like to take this opportunity and thank you for trusting the USAFIS Organization with your Green Card Lottery Application Program.

This is to inform you that your Green Card Application is NOT complete.

Please see below which are the wrong/missing details/photos, and update them at your earliest convenience.

Applicant Details:
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[*] Applicant Missing street address.

Missing Photos:
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[*] Applicant's photo is missing.

In order to update your application form please login to your account using provided username and password.

Login address is http://www.usafis.org/user
User Number: 15495
Password: 064GW

Once you login - please click "Edit Your Application", and edit your application with your current personal details/photos.

You must add a photo for each family member in your application in order to be submitted to the program! To upload a photo to your application - Please use the following instructions:

1. Once you are logged into your application form, click "Edit Your Application".
2. For each family member: Go to the blank photo area where it says "Click here to upload" and click it.
3. A small window will open, Click "Browse" and choose where to upload the photo from (Choose the photo from where it is stored on your computer).
4. Click "Send" to upload the photo to your application.
5. Be sure to complete all the necessary fields on your application and Click "Submit Changes" to save all the information to your application.

Please read carefully the Photo Instructions in your account and make sure your photos suits the requirements before uploading your photos.

Sincerely,
The USAFIS Organization - Helpdesk
http://www.usafis.org

This is an Automated mail - Please Do not reply to it.
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03-JUNE-07 02:46
Dear Garry Kelly,
We are happy to inform you that your American Green Card Application has been successfully completed with all the necessary photos and details, and will now go through the process of data verification by our experts. In order to avoid future mistakes, your application form will be locked for future updates.

For any changes needed in the future, please notify us by filling the "Customer Service" form on the following link: http://www.usafis.org/helpdesk (the form can be found on the bottom of the page). You can also access it by clicking the "Customer Service" link in our website at http://www.usafis.org.

Good Luck on your Green Card Application, and thank you for choosing the USAFIS Organization to handle your American Green Card Lottery Application.

Sincerely,

The USAFIS Organization - helpdesk

http://www.usafis.org

This is an Automated mail - Please Do Not reply to it.
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04-JUNE-07 09:37
Dear Garry Kelly,
Please note that the charge for your application was only made once. We charged 29$ for one year in the green card lottery. The reason why your application is now locked is because our technical department needs to review it and we can~t have any change of details during the review.

Sincerely,
The Usafis Organization - helpdesk
http://www.usafis.org

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Number: 595656
You have not answered my question: Have you charged me for registering an application which i only updated (2nd June 2007)?

What do you mean by locking my profile? Are you trying to automatically charge me now on a continuous rota?

I await a response anxiously,
Garry

--------------Disclaimer----------------
The Usafis Organization cannot provide legal advice by law.
Our Organization provides the Information needed to complete the
Green Card Lottery Program according to the U.S. Department Of State requirements.
Answers given here are governed by our terms of service http://www.usafis.org/legal.asp

Kind Regards,
Garry
Ireland.

  • Updated by Ali fedow · Jun 28, 2019

    Dear
    One of your team called me then asked me some secret questions about mybpayment processs .
    Then asked my card number i told him with honest after i check my account balance i saw 900 dollar drawed my account

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    Ifeanyi Matthew Jul 07, 2019
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    Good day sir, I'm mgbeahuruba ifeanyi and I just happen to find out that I won a DV lottery from 2009, I got an email from USAFIS.org notifying me about the win. Please I want to know how I to follow up if it's still valided. Thank you
    I can be contacted through my email address, [email protected]

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  • Al
    Ali fedow Jul 06, 2019
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    Dear
    One of you team called after registeration and asked some secure qoutions about my the paymeny that i did the payment when i registered tgen drawed 900 dollar for my card please refud my money if it is possible please and please

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    USAFIS Org May 28, 2019

    After reviewing these posts, it seems that most of the people leaving comments here are not our registered customers.

    If you are in fact our valued customers, please feel free to contact us by email at Customer_relations [at] usafis.org and specify your unique application number, and we will be happy to offer assistance.

    William Denney
    Customer Relations
    USAFIS Organization
    Customer_relations @usafis.org

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  • Us
    USAFIS Org May 20, 2019

    After reviewing these posts, it seems that most of the people leaving comments here are not our registered customers.

    If you are in fact our valued customers, please feel free to contact us by email at [email protected] and specify your unique application number, and we will be happy to offer assistance.

    William Denney
    Customer Relations
    USAFIS Organization
    [email protected]

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    Xclusiv Alex Apr 10, 2019
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    this people are fraud

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  • Ah
    Ahmad abdullah 87 Mar 27, 2019
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    Hi, i want to complain regarding deduction amount for USAFIS as they are a fake and charge me 70$. Kindly return back my amount to account ASAP
    Tel: [protected]

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  • Wi
    Wissam Hamdan Mar 07, 2018

    Usafis are fraud, theives, they keep lying to steel your money. Nothing they will do for you. They just stole me $1.790.00 and i will raise a case against them.

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    zb2200 Aug 02, 2016
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    I am an investigative journalism student at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and I am writing my master’s project on the issue of online diversity visa (green card) lottery scams.

    To give a human voice to my piece, I would need to speak to victims. If you believe you may have recently been scammed and would like to tell your story to me, please email me at the below address. Let's raise awareness about this issue together!

    Please let me know if we could have a chat.

    Thanks,
    Zsolt

    [email protected]

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  • ايات عبد العزيز علي Nov 02, 2015
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    Ayat abdelaziz ali
    Sudan - khartum
    22/5/1987
    [email protected]

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  • ايات عبد العزيز علي Nov 02, 2015
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    Marya alshareef adam
    Sudan - kordofan
    1/1/1959
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  • Pa
    Patoch Jan 27, 2013
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    Thanks for this review and comments, Iam convinced usafis is a scam

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    rajnandsharma May 22, 2012
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    I can't upload my photo

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  • Ke
    ket145 Apr 08, 2012

    ###ing scam organization that US government won`t close because they secretly hired them and they make money on innocent people in this way, they`re nonentities and criminals they should be enjailed but won`t be coz as I said they work for US government secretly. Also ###ing show-offs who think all your country is ### and US is like a world centre or smth but it`s not true, ###ing almost ### on the phone from proudness and say "see u in New York" although they`re in fact in Israel or some other country and robbing all your money knowing they won`t be punished for that. Would beat the ### out of these people if I could!

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  • Pi
    PiotrIr Nov 10, 2011
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    For everybody who were ripped off by Usafis.
    As this company is a fake business it is possible to get money back. One day they called me and gave impression they are government body and after couple of psychological tricks (almost 2 hours of conversation) they got my credit card details and charged for couple of hundreds Euro.
    Forty minutes later I found was ripped off so called to VISA and blocked my credit card what I would recommend to other who gave them those details. I tried to contact them for next week but no answer so sent letter to VISA with all information from this forum (example of conversation from: http://www.usafis.org/index.asp — fake company, examples of other people which were cheated and USA government warning) plus my e-mails.
    After more than a week usafis contacted me and tried to convince to use their service but I wanted only refund. Finally they gave me around 55% back but I still sent them e-mail - wanted rest back. Unfortunately they deleted all without reading (if you sent them e-mail chose option with delivery and reading confirmation request so you will know that). I’m pretty sure this refund is another psychological trick which supposed to improve they are honest organization and convince you to don’t complain to credit card provider.
    Finally I got cash back from VISA so I’m very, very, very happy because got all my money back, even it took me long time and a lot of hassle to do it.
    My advice - never trust them, do not give up and try to get your money back!

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    Abu Obama Oct 09, 2011

    Pure Bandits only

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  • Ga
    gavash Feb 27, 2011

    my name is avash from london as i received one an email that i won the DV lottery for USA but i made application by online without any charge after that it came to know me that if the application has been made without payment, actually i forgot the amount but it was arround $20, then the application will not be accepted but now i got the email from USAFIS stating that i won the the lottery. i am surprised now. do you think it is genuine organisation which is working behalf of USA government ? i dont think so cuz it looks like fraud and email address is so confusing (U.S. Department of State <[email protected]>).

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  • Mb
    mbaprof Feb 23, 2011
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    At the CouchSurfing Forum People >> CS For All Ages >> 50s+ Travellers, at the thread called: Greencard for USA, there is a debate about Green Card issues:
    http://www.couchsurfing.org/group.html?gid=2164
    My case is described there too, would like to be answered to my requests,
    Halima Ozimova

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    BGSL Feb 13, 2011
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    USAFIS is a pure fraud...

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  • Aq
    aqualin Feb 12, 2011
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    to jon devreau
    If you apply throuh USAFIS you will not get the passwords or log in details to check the status online with the official site. USAFIS acts as a middle person and will not release any information unless you go through them and pay them $$$. i tried and failed.

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  • Es
    essenceoffire Feb 10, 2011

    One thing to consider is that if you were being sued you could chose to defend yourself in court at no cost.. but unless you're an attorney specializing in the field you need defense in it probably wouldn't be a wise idea. My understanding is that this organization has been helping people immigrate for well over 10 years. If they were fraudulent the government would have shut them down long ago. But the services are valuable. Just ask the millions who try to do it for free and never hear anything back on their applications because they aren't even considered due to errors on the applications. The State Department automatically disqualified any application that has any mistakes, blanks, photos of incorrect sizes or resolutions - and no-one notifies the applicant. Take your changes if you want, I wouldn't.

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  • Bi
    BigPaul75 Feb 09, 2011

    It appears that USAIFS.org is the real organization. Although I didn't completely understand how and why they do what they do, it seems that there are impersonators that use the organization's name and appearance to mislead people into paying enormous amounts of money to get the US visa.

    Besides the total lack of morality of this behavior (but who is to expect morality from anyone in this crazy, money-hungry world) their nerve and the extent they go to to get you convinced is really dangerous.

    To figure out if you were scammed or not you can check the USAFIS.org website. They have statements there about how their communication looks like and the email addresses they use (they all are "@usafis.org").

    The addresses I received scam messages from were [email protected] (posing as USAFIS.org) and [email protected] (posing as the US State Department - since when does the State Dpt. uses .com domains). The thing that really made me wonder was their payment request. Payment needs to be done by Western Union to:
    Name : John Suiter
    Address: 24 Grosvenor Square
    London, W1A 2LQ
    United Kingdom
    First of all, this is a payment TO AN INDIVIDUAL BY CASH MONEY TRANSFER. If this doesn't trigger any alarm then I don't know what would. I don't think that any government would trust any individual to personally receive cash in its name.

    Apparently the address belongs indeed to the US embassy in the UK but how these guys managed to register it on an individual's name with Western Union is a mystery to me.

    I'm sorry for all of you who fell for this scam. I almost did myself. If you indeed registered for the green card with the US State Dpt. you will receive a confirmation number and you can check the status and the result of your application online. The information contained in the application confirmation states:

    "You must retain your confirmation number in order to check your entry status using the internet. You may check back
    at this link http://www.dvlottery.state.gov/ESC/ between May 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012 to determine whether your
    entry was selected for further processing in the 2012 DV Lottery. You will be required to enter your confirmation
    number in combination with other personal information in order to check on your entry status.
    Selectees will not receive selectee notifications or letters by regular postal mail from the Kentucky Consular
    Center (KCC)."

    Therefore, NO INFORMATION or NOTIFICATION will be SENT to you by the US State Dpt. under any circumstance. This should be enough to realize that if you are receiving any such notification then something must be fishy.

    These scams just show how cruel this system is that allows for people in need to be abused in such ways.

    Best of luck to you all.

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  • [email protected] Jan 30, 2011

    Mr. Kamara,

    Please be advised this is not a USAFIS Organization email. It was done by criminals who wish to take advantage of our clientele. USAFIS has hired an investigative team to find out who are the people behind this reprehensible activity. In addition, we are enhancing our security measures to ensure this does not happen again in the future. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

    Regards,
    Dave Richards
    Usafis.org
    [email protected]

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  • Yu
    Yusif Foday Kamara Jan 29, 2011
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    My name is Yusif Foday Kamara, Usafis informed me on January, 20, 2011 that I have been selected as one of the Diversity Visa program winner and all I should do is to wait for the U.S department of State to contact me about visa processing information and how to proceed further. Is this scam or real?

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    jose jerez Jan 05, 2011
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    hola como estan segun me a llegado una notificacion de usafis de que e ganado la green card pero no logro ponerme en contacto con usafis para saver que hacer quisiera creer que usafis si es real y no un fraude electronico que dios les bendiga a todos

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  • Da
    Dana Jan 02, 2011
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    Hi Onimole,

    There are alternative payment methods.
    Please send me an e-mail and I will elaborate.

    Regards,
    Dana Smith
    Usafis.org
    [email protected]

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    onimole adekunle oluwafemi Dec 31, 2010
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    Good day to you, Please i want to confirm on the application payment maybe one can pay by cash if there no credit card and others thanks.

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    Dana Dec 29, 2010
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    Hi Nicole,

    I really hope you will change you mind soon and decide to work with us again. If you need any further assistance, please contact me directly to my e-mail and I will do my best that any problem you might have will be taken care.

    Regards,
    Dana Smith
    Usafis.org
    [email protected]

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  • Ni
    Nicole Lecointe Dec 28, 2010

    I am Nicole lecointe in 2009 i aplyied into your organization. I would lik you to please remove me from your system i am no longer intrested. And i would also appriciate it that you correct your last withdrawal that you made from my account with out my knowledge. I no longer want to be a member of your organization.
    contact me as soon as possible
    Thank you

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  • Da
    Dana Dec 09, 2010
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    Hi Lasantha,

    I looked further into your case and it seems you have indeed won the DV lottery.
    You should know that every product that is offered to you after that can only support immigration since we would like to provide people every possible tool in our disposal in order to succeed in USA.

    You may e-mail me in private and I will send you your immigration forms.

    Please email me back your:
    Full name
    Address (including country)
    Email (used when filling out our forms)
    Phone Number (used when filling out our forms)
    Costumer ID.
    Amount paid
    Date of signup/transaction.

    I will do my best to help you.

    Regards,
    Dana Smith
    Usafis.org
    [email protected]

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    maimuna mohammed Nov 20, 2010

    HI, im from nigeria my name is maimuna, i was asked to send my details to usafis email address and it was sent to me after sending the detail that the amail address was not valid.. please i want you to help me confirm about this issue.. thanks

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  • Fi
    Fight4Mself Oct 21, 2010
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    Hello, friends,

    I've got my refund back this month, too. There's a web site: www.bustathief.com, you can find some tips there, including how to file a charge back. USAFIS might email you a link www.usafis.org-legal.asp, which is Terms of Use, with a lot of blah, blah, blah...saying that the organization is not a fraud and the customers can not file a chargeback. Shouldn't they post on the VERY FRONT PAGE to tell people about their No Refund Policy, and on the phone BEFORE they asked your credit card number? Make sure to ask your credit card company to ask USAFIS to prove that they are not listed as scam or fraud on the US government web page, because they did mentiion Immigration Related Websiteds".com, " ".org" or ".net" these sites may even be used to gather personal information that could result in identity fraud of theft.

    There is always a way when you think there is no way. Everything has a solution. You have the right to ask your money back.

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  • La
    Lasantha Ranasinha Oct 14, 2010
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    Do not trust usafis.org, its a fake organization. its takes your money and dump you in dificulty.
    Such a bad organization, cheating you. Never, never get caught to these people.
    I applied to us green card lottery in 2006 and they called me all the time to get my money. I sent them around 140/=us$ for 04.years programme.
    In 2010 june they called me and said i have the 2011 dvlottery. One lady by the name of Maya Williams called and said, that i have won the lottery and to send the winning letter and other documents and have send them 388us$. Also she said they accept only credit card payments as to send the documents by DHL.
    When i checked with the dhl office in my country, i was told it will cost only 75us$. Why these people are cheating, then i told her to send my letter by normal post. after few days another person called and started the same story. I sent them emails and informed to send my letter by post, they never replied. Later after many occasions of emails and telephone calls usafis.org service center said my letter was posted on 21st of june-2010. Today is 14th october until now i have not received.
    What happened to my original winning letter sent by us state department to their address. These dirty org. trying get people's money for their dirty business. I paid to them for their service to submit my application. After winning are they are doing this?
    Dear, friends you do not have to a cent to any bogus agencies. You can apply direct through us department website during fiscal period of each year. No charges its free of charge to apply for us green card lottery every year. You have to apply on timely basis with correct information.
    Brother and Sisters! Do not trust these kind of agencies, never never
    trust these people.

    Disgusted applicant.
    Lasantha. (Colombo-Sri Lanka)

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    Peter from Denmark Sep 22, 2010
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    I applied for the green card lottery at www.usadiversitylottery.com in 2003 and again in 2004 and I was thrilled when they contacted me and told me that I had won a green card. They were extreamly helpful and helped me filling out the three immigration forms that I recieved in my winning notification and also helped me get ready for the interview at no additional cost. So was it worth the $49 i paid for them processing my application? I still think it was extreamly cheap for that service they provided and I would do it again if I needed to enter this program again.
    Peter from Denmark.

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    dadashop Sep 11, 2017
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    @Peter from Denmark I Peter, I just read your comment. I would like to apply for DV-2019 through the site you mentioned above, just want to know if you tried again after your application in 2004 and what was the result?

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    Fight4Mself Sep 20, 2010
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    USAFIS is totally a fraud (although they deny over and over and over), please note that on the government website, it did mention that "many other nongovernmental websites e.g., using the suffixes such as " .com", ".org" or ".net" provide legitimate and useful immigration and visa related information and sevices. ...These websites may attempt to require you to pay for services such as forms and information about immigration procedures, which are otherwise free on the Department of State ...These web sites may contact you by email to lure you to take advantage of their false offer to get a U.S. Visa. Additionally, be wary of sending any personal information, since these sites may even be used to gather personal information that could result in identity fraud of theft."
    First of all, they didn't post any PRICE LIST and NO REFUND POLICYand PLEASE READ OUR WARNING ABOUT WE CHEATING YOUR MONEYon their website or on the phone before they lure you into credit payment. As if anyone can be a manager over there, and by the way, the sale representative and manager sounded almost the same. The price is made by themselves, when you showed your doubts, they lower the price and gave you discount. The sales representative told me that I could always cancel, downgrade or upgrade my options, which is really a big lie, too. However, it's not over, I am not willing to be a sitting duck. Whoever is victimized by USAFIS, you should all stand up and file the complaint IC 3 form from FBI. Now I even wonder if their address is real or just as fake as they are.

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    RoyaV Jul 09, 2010
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    Hello my name is Roya, I understand everyone’s confusion because of the tons of commercial websites who take advantage of the green card program, which also confused me at some point until last month.

    I’ll share with you my experience with USAFIS maybe it’ll give you some comfort or a different idea. I applied for the green card through USAFIS in 2007 and paid for 1 year program over the internet. I was then contacted by their agents who offered me multiple years submission program which I accepted and have paid for it, these were the only 2 times I paid and it wasn’t big money. Since then I received many calls from their friendly agents checking if my application is complete & if I had any questions, they also offered me native and business language programs to help me with my immigration but I didn’t buy any, it was optional anyway. I was also receiving emails from them and e-newsletters, you can unsubscribe if you don’t want them.

    I was still confused until last month when I received a call from them informing me that I’m one of those randomly selected for the green card; one of the 100, 000 plus. They never guaranteed or promised that I will get the green card, but guided me for it & wished me good luck. The third last payment I made was to receive my documents by DHL ($49) and I did receive it. One of their agents called me to check if things are in order & if I did receive the documents. In fact it was nice customer service which I have to mention.

    They instructed me to proceed immediately and send my forms to the US Department of State, Kentucky Consular Center, who’ll set an appointment for my interview with the Embassy/Consular in my place if my application was accepted. Now it is my chance, if I’m accepted for the interview, it’s going to be my own effort to win or lose.

    USAFIS is not free because they offer a service package, that’s what I know, and if I became one of those lucky green cardholders I’ll let you know & will post a positive feedback in USAFIS website too.

    I’d like if any of USAFIS members can post any feedback here, or any of the green card winners who applied through them. It’ll give some peace of mind to those who are confused.

    Thanks

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    Peeeved Jun 10, 2010

    Important Notice - Be Warned

    No fee is charged for the electronic lottery entry in the annual DV program. The U.S. Government employs no outside consultants or private services to operate the DV program. Any intermediaries or others who offer assistance to prepare DV entries do so without the authority or consent of the U.S. Government. Use of any outside intermediary or assistance to prepare a DV entry is entirely at the entrant’s discretion.

    The Department of State strongly encourages applicants to complete the application without the assistance of “Visa Consultants, ” “Visa Agents, ” or other individuals who offer to submit an application on behalf of applicants. In many cases, these facilitators substitute their address for an applicant’s address and thereby receive the selection notification instead of it being received by the actual applicant. Subsequently, the visa facilitators extort money from the selectees in order to receive the notification information that should rightly have gone directly to the DV selectee.

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    Peeeved Jun 10, 2010

    Important Notice

    No fee is charged for the electronic lottery entry in the annual DV program. The U.S. Government employs no outside consultants or private services to operate the DV program. Any intermediaries or others who offer assistance to prepare DV entries do so without the authority or consent of the U.S. Government. Use of any outside intermediary or assistance to prepare a DV entry is entirely at the entrant’s discretion.

    The Department of State strongly encourages applicants to complete the application without the assistance of “Visa Consultants, ” “Visa Agents, ” or other individuals who offer to submit an application on behalf of applicants. In many cases, these facilitators substitute their address for an applicant’s address and thereby receive the selection notification instead of it being received by the actual applicant. Subsequently, the visa facilitators extort money from the selectees in order to receive the notification information that should rightly have gone directly to the DV selectee.

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    evelyn mbogori May 31, 2010
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    money was deducted from my account early this year, since then no communication was done if i won the lottery or not please advise.

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    jhndam232 Mar 22, 2010

    Dear A woman from Norway,
    There are many cheats roaming on the internet, who keep fooling people on the name of some big company. Unfortunately, USAFIS is one of the victims of such frauds and have succeeded in maligning the name to some extent. I know atleast one family who are in USA because of the services of USAFIS. You can always keep your issue on their official website and I am sure your voice will be heard. You will come to know whether it was USAFIS or someone else.

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    A woman from Norway Mar 13, 2010

    I registered with USAFIS almost 3 weeks ago.. yesterday I uploaded my photo to the application. A woman named Jane Parker also called me about my credit card numer, and at that moment my stomach felt it. To give out your credit card number over the phone is just something one should never do. It is insecure, as you do not know who is sitting on the other side. I didn't think about it too much and clearly when she called, so I gave her the number. Ever since then I have been feeling in-complacent. So now, after reading all your negative comments from all over the world, I decided to block my credit card, and order a new one.

    Thank you for great advice,

    A woman from Norway

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