CanadaLovesYou Scam Exposed – Don’t Fall For It!

BREAKING NEWS (April 30, 2020)
We contacted the Israeli and Bulgarian police. We cannot elaborate beyond that at this time.

February 16, 2020 – CanadaLovesYou Scam Owners EXPOSED! (Check below)

May 8, 2020 – Owners FULL details:
1. Eliran Yonani | ID# 300046976 | 25/08/1986 | Ashqelon, Israel | Father: Suarb | Mother: Ruth
2. Shai Elazar | ID# 302720495 | 07/11/1989 | Ashdod, Israel | Father: Joseph | Mother: Michal Lee
3. Avishai Chikvashvili | ID# 036697571 | 31/07/1986 | Ashqelon, Israel | Father: Michael | Mother: Nena
April 28, 2020 – We filed a complaint to, which provides CRM services to the company, regarding its illegal activities.

There are so many people who desperately want to migrate to Canada so that they are willing to do anything for it. Unfortunately, there are also some people who use this desperation as a trap. They guarantee that they will get you through all the complicated immigration process – showing you a too good to be true picture. In other words, they try to scam you and try to take your hard-earned money. One of these shady immigration services is

CanadaLovesYou is a fake Immigration Solutions Service and job scam consulting company, enticing people who wish to immigrate to Canada in a multi-cultural environment. They make false claims of providing a wide range of services – from obtaining easy immigration and permanent residence visas to getting jobs in Canada. The company uses specific social engineering techniques offering the bait to get you something in their CanadaLovesYou scam program – which means, in this case, simply getting your hard-earned cash.

Canada Loves You scam service exposed

Is CanadaLovesYou Possibly a Scam?

There are several things you should keep in mind while hiring a paid immigration agent, and perhaps the most important one is making sure that they are authorized, which means they have a license to practice and give advice. Canada Loves You won’t provide you with its registered license number, which is an obvious sign of a possible scam. If you use an unauthorized agent, you’re putting your money at risk, and your application may well be refused.

When you run a Google search with the specific keyword terms “Canada Loves You review” or “Canada Loves You scam,” multiple results will pop up with never-ending stories of people complaining about this fake immigration consultant service.

How to Spot a Scam Before It’s Too Late?

The first step is to perform a WHOIS lookup on the domain name. There are several tools on the Internet that will allow this, such as While doing our research on WHOIS, one of the most significant warning signs that we found was that the domain name has only recently been registered. Check the following difference between Legal and Scam websites:

CanadaLovesYou scam website WHOIS
CanadaLovesYou scam website WHOIS legal website WHOIS legal website WHOIS

Moreover, the actual registrant details are hidden using a Domain Privacy Service. So, the full contact address of the domain registrant is not given. Why would a genuine company want to hide behind such a service?

CanadaLovesYou scam hidden WHOIS information
CanadaLovesYou scam hidden WHOIS information
Legal visible WHOIS information
Legal visible WHOIS information

How to Identify and Avoid Ghost Consultants Like CanadaLovesYou

Use Only Authorized or Licensed Company

The chosen service must be a member of The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) or Canadian Provincial-Territorial Law Society. You can check online whether your agent is authorized, licensed or not.

Ask Questions

While hiring an agent, you should remember to ask as many questions as possible for reference and check how long they have been in the business.

Check The Contract Carefully

Make sure you get a written contract and read it before signing any document. Also, make sure the contract lists all the services your agent aims to provide you. Be careful if anything sounds too good to be true. If the agent asks you to sign a blank document or to fill some false information, you should notice that it’s illegal. This means that you might face severe consequences such as being charged with a crime or deported from Canada for good.

Get a Copy of All Documents

Always ask for a documents’ copy if the agent fills these documents on your behalf. The most important thing to know is that you are not obligated to hire an agent, consultant or a lawyer. That is, they do not have any special connection and cannot guarantee you a visa or a job. Only an immigration officer or embassy can decide whether they want to give you a visa based on your qualifications and documentation or not.

Be Careful With Payments and Providing Personal Information

Always transfer money through any trusted third-party service. For instance, Western Union or a wire transfer. Remember, a real consultancy company, unlike Canada Loves You, doesn’t provide any special deals or promotions for their visas and applications. They also never use third-party email clients such as Gmail or Yahoo. Also, They won’t contact you for personal information through Facebook, LinkedIn, or any other social media application.

Canada Loves You visa immigration agency always offers exclusive deals for people who are interested in immigration to Canada. For example, the agency asks these people to pay some amount in order to speed up the process as per the legal immigration council. Moreover, it promises to find you the highest paying jobs in exchange for additional money.

We read multiple complaints and bad reviews about Canada Loves You over the internet. We then understood, that if you give this company your personal information and pour lots of money to speed up the application process – it’s gone forever.

Asking for highly-personal information and charging additional costs for services that should have been provided to them in the first place are the classic cases of fraud involving phishing through fake websites. Apparently, just might be one of them.

CanadaLovesYou Scam – Cut The Crap

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Got Scammed? How To Get Your Money Back?

We know the frustration you feel after being scammed. At a certain point, you feel lost, and you have no idea what to do next. It’s a traumatic experience. What you’re feeling is valid and understandable. However, you don’t have to dwell in that dark place for a long time.

All hope is not lost as there are various ways to get your stolen money back. Yes, you read that right. If you have been scammed, you can apply these tips to increase your chances to retrieve your money from those shameless scammers.

If you paid using a credit card, you can use chargeback to request a refund from your bank card provider. You can also use chargeback if you paid using a debit card. A word of caution, though, there are requirements before this applies, so know them first.

You can also file a complaint about the PSP (Payment service provider) and demand for reimbursement. If you’ve been scammed and the banks involved are not doing what they are supposed to do, you should be refunded after the fraud happens.

But if nothing still works at your advantage, and you need further assistance, you can contact us through our email, [email protected]. We will help you in any way we can. Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered!

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