Is www.myjobcanada.com a real consultant agency for canada?They are asking for 385$ as cost of service.?
Canadian consultant agency fake or real??
- Shawn RobinLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Their website says this:
"1. Please give me more information about your services?
Our service is designed to help people to find a job in Canada. Once you become our client we will send you each week actual job offers related to your skills, we will prepare for you the Canadian style CV and Cover letter. Once you have an employer willing to hire you we will contact him and will do all paper jobs to receive the necessary permits and to obtain the work visa."
What they're selling seems legal, but it's totally unnecessary.
The Canadian Government posts job listings for free:
That site lets you search for jobs based on your skills and experience.
Plus it has another free site that lists available jobs in Canada:
That site has links to other free job listing sites as well:
There's plenty of free instructions and programs on the internet on how to write a CV, resume, or cover letter.
So you don't need to waste any money paying someone for that.
Once you find a job, you don't need to pay anyone to fill out any forms either.
The Canadian Government provides all the forms & step-by-step instructions for free:
In some instances, using a representative is prohibited by the Canadian government.
So your application would be denied if you did that.
Learn more here:
- thinkingtimeLv 78 years ago
They can't get you a job or a visa. The website is registered in the USA.
They download the same material that anyone can find on line and charge you to email it to you. You have to have a visa to work in Canada anyway.
No-one will talk to you - unless you are a senior oilfield expert - unless you have your papers for Canada.
- ibu guruLv 78 years ago
They're real enough. But for $385, don't expect much. A real search firm can charge $30,000-50,000 for employment consulting & placement services. For $385, there's little they can or will do besides tell you whether or not you qualify for an employment visa. Since you are incapable of looking up the requirements for employment visas, you are not qualified to work in Canada. Simple. Pay $385, and have a consultant tell you that you do not meet all of the requirements for an employment visa.
- Anonymous8 years ago
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- Brother HesekielLv 78 years ago
No, they are real.
You pay them $385 and they will then tell you that you do not qualify for a work visa to Canada.
Totally legit, set up for people who are unable to use common sense and unable to look up the requirements for a work visa.Source(s): An immigrant of German and Swedish descent, I work as a corporate attorney in Santa Barbara and live in the charming old mission town of San Buenaventura, California.
- ChuckLv 78 years ago
I wouldn't spend $385 for a job.