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A friend of mine searching for the green card lottery site (a free site by the US government) by mistake came across USAFIS.org and added personal details (not credit card) including a phone number. She then on a daily basis received threating calls from this company saying that if she didn't give them her credit card details and paid them money for a green card application, they would make sure that she never would be able to enter the US and never be able to win a green card. We are going to file a complaint with the US Gov. internet scam div.

This is the worst type of company out there and anyone should be very careful in providing ANY type of information to them (including phone numbers and e-mails). BE AWARE!!!

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  • Us
    usafisrecovery Aug 19, 2019

    Don't trust this organization, i made transfer, i paid $8, 000, i also sent $1, 500 by western union, i got nothing from this people, i tried sending them email not a response, i was introduced to this recovery agent who assited me to recover back all my money, anybody can use them too, [ admin AT quickeediscovery dotcom ] they will help you refund your money back.
    shelly brown

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  • No
    Novanova Jul 26, 2019
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    Day after my application a USAFIS Accounts Manager called me and said that he wanted to interview me. I was told that I meet the requirements to potentially win the lottery and obtain the green card. He asked for my credit card number (to check with the card provider if that was really me) and asked for last 3 digits in order to process the withdrawal of $1, 413 claiming that the sum is necessary for their lawyers to process my documentation further. I told them that I do not allow any withdrawal, he then called a lady dealing with finances to persuade me to. She promised to write an email which didn't receive. I blocked my card (now I will have to unblock it and pay for the plastics). I feel lucky and stupid at the same time. My concern is that they still have my application (identity and personal information).

    0 Votes
  • 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 Customer_relations @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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  • Nw
    NWS001 Dec 06, 2018
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    Well the USAFIS employee just yelled at me. He had a very intimidating tone.

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  • So
    Soyun Crespo Mar 21, 2018
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    I received a communication from [email protected]

    and here is the text in spanish and i do not recall accessing any information is this an scam email?

    Nuestro Departamento de Registro quisiera ponerse en contacto con usted inmediatamente con la finalidad de asistirlo en el inicio de su proceso de inmigración. Por favor complete la siguiente información y respóndanos este correo electrónico a esta misma dirección con sus datos de contacto.

    Cuando fue la última vez que visito USA? __________

    Posee visa de turista para USA? _____________

    En caso de que no haya viajado a USA, ha viajado a otros paises en los ultimos 3 años? ________ A cual?___________

    Ocupación / Profesión actual: ____________

    Estado Civil: __________ Edad: ____________

    Ultimo nivel educativo: ______________

    Numero Móvil (Incluir código de país): 00-______________

    Teléfono adicional (Incluir código de país): 00-_____________

    Es muy importante que podamos contactarlo lo más pronto posible, por favor responda este correo electrónico e indíquenos en que momento (día y hora) es el más apropiado para contactarlo.

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  • Ka
    KABENGELE Thadée Oct 17, 2017

    Hello sir
    I tried to contact the informed number but unsuccessfully. Not having a bank card to finalize my application. I have just imagined a scenario which can allow me to pay for my application. I have just made a transfer by western union which required me a contact natural person for bénécifier from this transfer. That's why I made the transfer in the name of madam Dana SMITH, on 2576 Broadway 443, New York NY 10025. Transferred amount: 30 dollars USD. CODE Or MTCN: [protected] .. Sender: KABENGELE KALAMA Thadée. I may allow to ask to madam Dana to remove this money and to pay him for my application. Counting on your benevolence and righteousness to benefit from your help. Thanking you in advance I ask you to believe in my perfect consideration.

    KABENGELE KALAMA Thadée
    [protected]

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  • Dm
    Dmitri Protsenko May 28, 2017
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    Namisaso i had Same talk with Jane Cooper today 9am my time their time 3pm. The point is she asked a lot about me especially info on my cred.card. I gave her all info about me and all the numbers of the cred.card. Jane told me that she will patch me to the bank customer service. By the way the amount for completing my applycation was 1438usd. So i hang on a phone for about 7min then i deciced to call my bank and Made a report about Lost bank card. This is how i managed to save my money. Hope this info will help you all.

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  • Na
    Namisaso Dec 22, 2016
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    I just received a called from Amy is an agent to act on my behalf about my application for Green Card now and she ask me to pay US$1382 for processing my application by my Lawyer...Please help me it is true or not

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  • No
    Novanova Jul 26, 2019
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    @Namisaso If that is the lottery, why would anyone ask for money?

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  • Za
    zama2016 Sep 13, 2016

    DO NOT PROCEED WITH ANY PAYMENT FROM MY CREDIT CARD

    I am disappointed with USAFIS service!!

    I have received the following false statement in my email after a phone conversation by USAFIS’s personnel today: “During our conversation you stated your wish to complete the payment on your own using Credit Card”. I did not say anything like that!!!

    For now, please do not submit any application on behalf of me or my wife to U.S. Lottery program this year or any time in future. Immediately, please make sure my application and credit card credentials and/or any other details are totally removed from your data base and I do not get any more emails or phone calls from you.

    http://www.usafis.org/
    +[protected] (This number in their website is now not in service)

    0 Votes
  • Mo
    Moustafa Mezher Sep 12, 2016
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    They just called me.. and asked me for cc. i was out with my wife having lunch and i said i have cc but not available with me now.. it is at home and i am in the restaurant now.. she said give me your wife credit card.. i said can i know how much i should pay you? she said no you cant. and she started talking to me in very bossy way like she is giving me my salary and when i said even if i have my credit card i will not pay now until i am sure who u are coz i have applied to many other online websites and am not sure who are you... she said we are not playing and you can google us now. and if you dont pay now i will have to remove you from our system and i am not aure if you will be able to apply again.. i googled them and yes they are fraud

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  • Su
    Suntali Jun 08, 2016
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    Usafis is one of the fraud company who just take the money and does nothing, i applied for EDV thorough this company just took money for 10 years but result is nothing, never response to me about my result. Be aware with this, they are such a scam ...

    1 Votes
  • Ra
    Razzzz Nov 12, 2015
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    Like everyone else I was stupid and apply with them. After 1 year I asked them nice to cancel my application because I want to apply by myself .I call them a few times and finally they send me an email cancellation on October 28 so I apply by myself . Now guess what, today they send me an email and told me that my application is submitted.Are you serious???? What a scam ... The worst service everrrrrrrrr now looks like I have 2 applications so probably I will be disqualified

    0 Votes
  • Oz
    ozdemir Oct 29, 2015

    USAFIS organızation is not honest against to clients. They are look friendly and so nice before you say 'YES' to pay for application. And then everything goes away. Unfortunately, I am also fraud by them to be VIP client. And for this year lottery, I uploaded my photo to their webpage, it is still reviewing by their EXPERTs!!! There are a few days remain to DV 2017, but they are still not done. Anybody knows If I miss DV 2017 because of this reckless company, where I can complain about them? At the last stand, I am going to take them to court.

    -1 Votes
  • Re
    Reviewer20557 Oct 11, 2015
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    i am Egyptian and was filling a form to win a usa visa with usafis Suddenly de web page disappeared after I made the payment of usa 1543 $ I want to disregard and cancel this charge because it is a fraud my name Fahim elfeky [email protected]

    0 Votes
  • Il
    Ill Oct 01, 2015

    I'm so stupid to fall for tis scam n for not Google tis earlier! D minute I filled up my applications for tat one single registry $29 a lady called me n try to convince me to pay $49 for four years.I told her no cos I'm single n I may hv other plans in these four years.d next day a guy called he spoke with a Filipino accent n his name isRyan Thomas n head manager in usafis. He wanted me to pay USD $1500 for lawyers n processing fees. After hearing tat I became suspicious n hang up on him! Ever since I've received phone calls almost daily. I know my money which I've paid tru my debit card is gone!
    Just so foolish of me!

    0 Votes
  • Da
    David Glibo Oct 09, 2014

    I recently registered my interest in a green card to usa. I did get a call back from one of USAFIS employees. But once I said i want to investigate the company as I was recently been ripped off by an overseas company, the employee tried her hardest to get me to give my credit card details over the phone. I tried to explain to her that I needed 1 week only but she kept making excuses that this deal will run out and she will need an answer now even told me that they have a special relationship with VISA etc etc I ended up hanging up on her. Anyone that tries to pressure you into buying anything right then and there usually means its a scam. I bet 1 in 100 who pay for the green card actually get it!
    My partner in Texas, Houston looked into this company and said to me don't use them they have a lot of negative feedback.
    Dave

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  • Fr
    freakez Sep 19, 2014
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    Verified customer

    A lady called today at 1300hrs claiming to be Monique smith only to find out the she has many names like Dana smith ..what I don't understand is why she said I should contact her in her personal email address ..!? Unfortunate for her I gave her my credit card number knowing well it has no cash ..only for her to confirm to me that it has no cash and I should debit my card for them to complete my process ..thank you guys for your help ...as for the Thompson and Thompson, try it and see for yourself ..

    0 Votes
  • Fe
    Festerer Aug 27, 2014

    Check it out ... You think it's FESTER. ???

    0 Votes
  • Ne
    Nebbs Aug 27, 2014

    I have a personal experience with USFIS, where my Spouse applied with them for the family lottery GC. Later on I was surfing something through their website & might have filled an inquiry, not sure, but definitely I have put my phone number as they have contacted me later telling me what the company can do & asking me lots of questions about myself, family, income, education, etc.., Basically all questions that might give them an idea if I can be a eligible to immigrate or not "I assume"


    As we speak after probably 10 minutes of talking I told the rep that I have already applied for the Lottery GC through my spouse & here where he went mad, asking so what is the reason of our talking, why didn't you tell me that you have already applied, why & Why.. I tried to give him ### on the otherhand as he is Mr. Talker not me, he is the one started to shoot questions without even asking if I ever applied or not. I was under impression that the company have different services to provide rather than processing application for the GC & that's why I was surfing their website filling the introductory. I kept answering his damn questions assuming he will tell me some options to immigrate to US or might be different options to Canada or Australia... I complained harshly about his rudeness.


    He then got me his supervisor, which she was as mad as him assuring me that dear Mr. XX We're sorry & USFIS will never call you back.. in a real unfriendly way & rude way...


    Conclusion... So although threatening phone calls sounds to be difficult for me to absorb or believe. I'm pretty sure that have some immature employees that can go over the board or might be some work from home persons who don't give a ### of liabilities so they may behave on a wrong way...


    Also it seems (My assumption) the USFIS are application money collectors & that have nothing to do than selling as much as they can of the lottery application & it's all about picking up the money at the start... Example the first step while you try to apply even now is asking for yr credit card details.. Before nothing & ask you to accept the terms & conditions... Try it if you dont believe.


    Such organization might be very tiny without a real structure & run by working from home house wives or jobless, or else working (under beer essellem)


    Not to blow yr imaginations out. I believe but not sure if the same USFIS or not I have paid 1400 $ over the phone for an assessment to Canada & probably discussion about Australia with application process that I have stopped it later, not being interested to go to Australia... Before I get to know that USFIS is mostly the same company doing the Australia & cost me 1400$ for nothing... Again I'm not sure of the link but this what I was told...


    Good luck

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  • An
    ANTISCAM TEAM Jul 10, 2014
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    USAFIS IS SCAM FRAUD ORGANISATION. THEIR HEAD OFFICE IS IN ISRAEL AND NOT IN USA. THEY STOLE MONEY FROM CREDIT CARDS WITHOUT AUTORISATION/ BEWARE OF USASIF.ORG- FAKE LOTTERY

    1 Votes
  • Vi
    Vio78 Apr 17, 2013

    Where can I put a complain for USAFIS? they just tried to scam me for my money.

    1 Votes
  • An
    Anissa.1 Feb 28, 2012

    they asked me 530 euros yesterday, it was a man called Daniel Schwarz. They asked for my card details and I said them: this seems too beautiful to be true and I said that I suspect this situation for being a fraud and Daniel maid me speak with the manager, Maya something and she seemed pissed off and she wouldn't say the word that she is calling in the name of the government if it wasn't true. And at the end I decided to give them my credit card number as I didn't have any money on the card. It is obvious that is a fraud cuz they couldn't stop asking - so when will you put the money in the card? And the other thing they called me with a number which was a New York number, and this Daniel had a British accent but when i called back the guy was surprized that I receive a call from that number. Weird thing. the number was +[protected]
    i DON'T KNOW if it does exist a true USAFIS but in my case I am sure it was a fraud

    I am gonna have to change my card, but THIS IS A FRAUD

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  • Gr
    Gregory_Sv Dec 19, 2011
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    This site is a fraud! They keep on calling me like everyday a couple of times, it's so annoying :( Anyways, Poland can't apply for Green Cards so how can I pay for it, if I can't even apply for one? Is it a fraud, then? Fortunately, my bank, by default, rejects such transactions so I was lucky not to have paid for it.

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  • Da
    David Marick Sep 11, 2011

    usafis org is a very professional immigration consultancy org with very professional sales techniques... they are 100 percent legit. There is no ripping off. There has been a fraud org using usafiss name and have accessed their database. I have received this email as well and obviously didnt fwrd any funds to a "david nettle". Logic says that if i have won a gc i would, if at all, fwd money to the us, and not to the uk.
    I am proud to say that i work for usafis.org, and i even sleep well at night.

    -3 Votes
  • Ni
    Niyah Jul 22, 2011

    Yeh they got me 3 years ago when I was 17 years old and they Got me yes2day for 49 euros after the agent I was speaking too transfered me ato a manager as soon as I raised my suspicions about them being fradualant, .the money was suppose to be for then to send me a notification email that I havent recieved as yet since i refused to pay 520 euro for some sort of packet..They told me that i won a usa green card in the dv lottery.Cant believe they got me twice.The government in the USA must try to stop this company its terrible.

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  • Da
    davpag Jul 01, 2011

    Can the US government not stop these people from ripping peoples hard earned pay???

    3 Votes
  • Zu
    Zuuky Mar 30, 2011

    Yeah, right. Dave, it must be so stressful to work for usafis, since the reputation of usafis is so malicious.
    As I already said, I intentionally wrote down a wrong phone number on your website. Then, when I received email from this "usa.gov.states @ usa.com", the wrong phone number of mine which I only wrote down on Usafis.org website was written down in this email as my contact number.
    How do you explain that? How did "companies posing as USAFIS that are scamming people" get my wrong phone No. which I wrote only to Usafis website.
    It is either Usafis is the one sending out the usa.gov.states @ usa.com email. Or, if not, the personal info has leaked out from usafis database. This is a serious privacy breach. The people who has been participated in usafis "services" is in danger of identity theft.
    I have also reported this situation to IC3 as well.

    2 Votes
  • [email protected] Mar 21, 2011

    It seems you have not read our Consumer Fraud Alert (http://www.usafis.org/consumer_alert.asp) that says there are companies posing as USAFIS that are scamming people. We have done our best to inform our client base as well as the internet/blog worlds the differences between an authentic USAFIS email and the scammers. The very email you have quoted in your post is indeed a company posing as USAFIS.

    USAFIS makes is very clear on their website the services we provide. At no time do we mislead our clients. We only send emails to the people who have signed up with us.

    I encourage you to visit our website as well as our Consumer Fraud Alert before throwing out accusations that are just false and have violated defamation of character law. It seems you have had a bad experience with USAFIS. If there is a way to rectify this matter, it would be our pleasure to service you. However, at the same time, this does not give you the right to start posting on the web bogus allegations by claiming our company is involved in fraud.

    Respectfully,

    Dave Richards
    Usafis.org
    [email protected]

    -2 Votes
  • Th
    Thun Thun Gopal Dec 18, 2019
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    @[email protected] hahahahaha. nice try

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  • Zu
    zukky Mar 18, 2011

    USAFIS is running fraudulent business knowing how to avoid legal penalty.

    If anyone who has become the victim of the USAFIS, you may report to Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) | Home: www.ic3.gov
    This is a crime report site for FBI. Make sure the authorities know what USAFIS is doing.

    Also, there is a very helpful facebook account for USAFIS victims. The account name is "Victims of Usafis.org".
    Please spread the information about the USAFIS, and lets stop
    this crime.

    Furthermore, there are new scam email sent out recently under the email address of "usa.gov.states @ usa.com".
    This email will say that you have won the green card lottery
    and then that the winner will need to pay money to Western Union Bank in UK.
    This is also a scam originating from USAFIS.

    I my self am a victim of USAFIS. I intentionally wrote wrong phone number at USAFIS account after the phone harassment by USAFIS.
    Then, I have received email from usa.gov.states @ usa.com this February.
    This email recites my wrong phone number so I know that
    this scam under the email of usa.gov.states @ usa.com comes from USAFIS.

    People, the personal information has been used by USAFIS to another scam.
    DO NOT TRUST WHAT EVER THE USAFIS REPRESENTATIVE SAY.
    Dana Smith, you apper every where on internet trying to justify USAFIS.
    Your organization may be legal (barely), but it is not a honest organization. Your organization including you are hypocrites! SHAME ON YOU!

    5 Votes
  • Sa
    samax Mar 04, 2011

    I entered the DV lottery last year and just got a msg from ("U.S. Department of State" <[email protected]>) telling me to pay $88O by 8th March or I'll be disqualified from getting a visa.
    Want to know how true this is?
    sama.

    0 Votes
  • Ne
    nevzat Feb 17, 2011

    To [email protected]
    A friend of mine paid 500 E for 4 years, this is a amall ammount for you?
    Wanted to convince me but I am sure it is a scam!

    0 Votes
  • Ne
    nevzat Feb 17, 2011

    nevzat rrota
    [email protected]

    1 Votes
  • El
    Elle73 Feb 16, 2011
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    USAFIS is getting moneyfor something (getting VISA)what its free if you do it on your own directly in the Goberment web site. As far as I read about them it seems they do it for real (at least it worked for some people who got it) but they manage your data and the apply on behalf of you. If you regret and you decide to apply on your own they dont let you go and they keep applying on your name with It makes impossible you apply on your own because you will be applying twice and your aplication will be cancelled. But there is something else... there is somebody hackering USAFIS forms and they inform you win the green card but they ask you 890$ in exchange, plus a flight ticket, an accomodation place for 3 months, a health insurance for one year and a work related to your profesion. USAFIS is warning about this is happening, then there is still a chance for them... maybe they are not the ones who makes people send 890$...

    0 Votes
  • Am
    amado007 Feb 08, 2011

    i received that same exact email too, and i don't know what to do now, i feel very stupid that i already believe in them and i did pay money too, ?!!!

    0 Votes
  • Ha
    HannesLinde Feb 04, 2011
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    I received the exact same email. Looks a bit dodgy, shortly afterwards I received an email from "The department of state" but you are not allowed to contact them for your confirmation number!??
    A bit fishy to me.
    I think a genuine winning must be notified via post, and you still have to go for an interview at your local USA embassy before you are approved in any case

    0 Votes
  • Ha
    hanzel Feb 04, 2011

    somebody mail me about this greed card... he said i need to pay $857 to process my greed card program that he said and like the other said the mail come from this [email protected] this website

    The fees must be paid using Western Union money transfer and will be processed by the U.S. embassy in the United Kingdom.
    Western Union is a leading provider of International person-to-person money transfer. With more than 150 years experience and 245, 000 Agent locations in over 200 countries and territories, Western Union is recognized for sending money quickly, reliably, and safety.
    You can send the payment in U.S. dollars or equivalent of your local currency.

    Click on the following link to find the nearest Western Union agency and send the fees payment :
    Find Western Union Agency
    If you are unable to find a Western Union agency near your location, you may ask a relative or friend to pay the fee on your behalf.

    After you find a Western Union agency you need to go with cash money, an identity card(e.g passport or national identity card) and send the payment to the U.S. embassy agent address in United Kingdom:

    Name : David Nettle
    Address: 24 Grosvenor Square
    London, W1A 2LQ
    United Kingdom

    The payment must be sent to the above U.S. embassy agent address in United Kingdom because the U.S. Government decided this based on the diplomatic relations with your country.


    After you send the payment follow the next steps :
    a) Email copy/scan of the Western Union receipt at [email protected]
    b) Email at [email protected] with the following details (you can find them on the money transfer receipt):

    1) Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN):
    2) Exact sender's name on file with Western Union:
    3) Exact sender's address on file with Western Union:
    4) Exact receiver's name on file with Western Union:
    5) Amount sent:

    Then wait for the confirmation that the payment was received.

    Within 72 hours, you will receive a confirmation via email with your Case Number/Confirmation Number and exact date and time(approx. 2 days) of the final interview. Upon successful interview you will receive your documents and travel information to move in the United States. Under no circumstances the interview won't deny your visa.

    0 Votes
  • Bi
    binke Jan 30, 2011
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    Verified customer

    I got this email from USAFIS saying that I have won a green card lottery for the US. Is this a scam.


    We wish to notify you that you have been selected as one of the Diversity Visa (DV) Program winner for receiving a United States
    Permanent Resident Card. It is also known as the Green Card Lottery. The lottery has been administered on an annual basis
    by the Department of State and conducted under the terms of Section 203(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
    Section 131 of the Immigration Act of 1990 (Pub. L. 101-649) amended INA 203 to provide for a new class of immigrants known
    as "diversity immigrants" (DV immigrants).
    As part of the agreement we will issue A FREE Airline ticket from your country to the USA to claim your Green Card under
    the American Green Card Lottery Program. The ticket will be sent via post mail at your address registered with us once your visa
    will be remitted by the U.S department of State.
    The U.S Department of State will should contact you soon with visa processing information and how to proceed further.

    If you have any question regarding the visa please contact the U.S Department of State directly as we do not have any competency to discuss further details with you.
    What should you do now ?
    Wait for the U.S Department of State to contact you and give you the information about visa processing and how to proceed further .


    Best regards,
    Costumer Service Team

    The USAFIS Organization

    5 Votes
  • Al
    alarmedcitizen Jan 17, 2011

    they are terrible. I ( by mistake) filled the registry form there but did not filled gave them any credit card number and later I asked them to remove me from their list and now they sent me a fake email that I have won the US green card lottery and I have to pay them 450 $ for my application fee to an agent in UK? pffff I am not going to pay them a shackle and if they continue to send me emails or give me phone calls I will make a formal complain about them as well.

    5 Votes
  • Da
    Dana Dec 06, 2010
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    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    Hi Michael,

    As the owners and the operators of USAFIS web site, we wish to furnish you with some significant details concerning USAFIS:
    1. USAFIS ensures its clients that their application to the U.S.
    Diversity Visa Green Card program (DV) meets all the requirements outlined by the U.S. State Department before it is submitted.
    2. USAFIS services include data inspection, correct completion of the application form, scanning of applicant’s photos and submission of the application in a timely manner.
    3. USAFIS does not charge its clients for registering to the DV (http://www.usafis.org/faq/land_english.asp), but only for its application inspection service.
    5. USAFIS prides itself for helping hundreds of thousands of people with their application to qualify for the Green Card Lottery program.
    6. Our guarantee is that our customers’ application will qualify for the Green Card Lottery program and nothing else.

    Regards,
    Dana Smith
    Usafis.org
    [email protected]

    -9 Votes
  • Michael Kobyashov Dec 02, 2010

    why such respectable site such as www.facebook.com has advertisement of such fraud site as www.usafis.org?! it is inconceivable!

    4 Votes

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