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Beware of greencardimmigrate.com Green Card Lottery or Diversity Visa (DV) Program Website

Beware of greencardimmigrate.com Green Card Lottery or Diversity Visa (DV) Program Website

The website www.greencardimmigrate.com is deceiving people into believing that it can help them increase their chances of winning the Green Card lottery by claiming it has a team of Green Card Lottery experts capable of doing so. But, that is absolutely baseless because no one can increase the chance of you winning the Green Card lottery. And of course, correctly entered entries have a better chance of getting qualified. However, no one can increase the chance of winning the lottery itself among qualified entries.

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The Green Card Immigrate Website - www.greencardimmigrate.com


You should apply only on websites with names ending with ".gov" because they are official U.S. government websites. Other non-governmental websites with names ending with ".com", ".org", or ".net" provide immigration and visa related information and services, but the U.S. Department of State does not endorse, recommend or sponsor any information or material shown on those websites.

Please note that the only official way to apply for the U.S. green card lottery is to apply online at the Department of State website at https://www.dvlottery.state.gov/, and there is no fee to apply. If you have been selected in the green card lottery, you will receive the confirmation by postal mail, and NOT by email. Therefore, if you receive any such email, it is a scam.

It is recommended that you complete the green card lottery online application yourself, rather than through "Visa Consultants" or "Visa Agents" or other facilitators who offer to submit an application on your behalf because many of the websites offering the Diversity Visa (DV) Program extort money from their applicants by withholding their selection notifications that should have gone to the applicants directly in the first place.

The U.S. Government does not employ any 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 them entirely at your own risk.

Remember, some websites may not even provide any assistance in completing the online form or provide any service and just steal your money. Therefore, you should be very careful when sending any personal information to these websites as they might use your information for identity theft or in other fraudulent activities.

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  • Posted: Mar 11 at 1:24 PM by gusmaster2000 from or near: Hamburg, Germany

    Thank you for this post.

    I saw an add they had on Instagram, I filled up their contact information and then they called me. When I entered my information for them to call me, I misspelled my email address and entered an old one by mistake. They always called me while I was at work, therefore I couldn't answer them right away but they called me almost everyday for about 3 weeks till one day they finally called me on a Sunday.

    When I answered, the guy was really nice explaining to me the procedure, he was representing himself as an official US immigration program agent (at one point he did tell me that if I didn't finish my application with him, he had the power to block me from applying to the green card lottery for the next 10 years).

    Everything was making sense, I understood that they were there just to help me to apply and to give me some info about the interview (if there is one), until he told me about their fee (which I was willing to pay cause I didn't find it expensive for what they were offering).

    He was really pushy into me paying him over the phone. I asked him if he could send me more info on email before I paid anything and then he started to get angry, using lines like "if you're serious about applying, then I need you to pay the fee now, if not I will block you from applying cause you're not serious about it".

    I told him over and over that I had no problem into paying the fee after I ran a little check on them and on their company. Then he got really aggressive and started to ask me how I was gonna check that they were legit. I told him that he was acting like a scammer and he got even more aggressive and defensive, that is when he started to try to scare me by telling me that if I didn't give him my card information, he was gonna block me and that I was not gonna be able to apply for the green card lottery (later his "manager" told me that they were gonna block me from applying with them, not from applying in general).

    I argued with the guy for a good half hour, he was really unprofessional talking over me all the time and repeating himself about me not being serious enough.

    All I was saying is that I wanted to put my application with them on hold for a day or two, till I could investigate a bit more about them. He then started to say things like "you filled up the application with us by purposefully providing wrong information" (referring to the wrong email I had entered by mistake), and he was saying like because of that alone I could be blocked from ever applying.

    Clearly, things seemed more like a scam the more I spent talking to this guy. Then he put his manager on the line. Some woman.

    She was more calm, and she was the one who explained to me clearly that they were just a company (not even a US program like the previous guy was saying). I explained to her that there were many scammers out there and she said that in the 8 years that she was working for that company, she never heard of one scam with green card applications at all. That was a red flag for me cause I was in front of my laptop and as soon as I entered the words "green card lottery application" an article about scams was number 2.

    After explaining to her the whole thing, we both were really calmed, then she ended up by telling me that, since the previous guy I had spoken to had entered all my information to their system, they needed to enter my card information, and if they didn't, they only had one "red" button they could press which said block applicant or something like that, I don't remember what she said but she did say that if she pressed it, then I wouldn't be able to apply again with them.

    If they are really a company trying to provide a service, they would not push so much on someone to give them their card information. They will also not tell the people that they will block them from applying with them. That all sounds like those cheap and all marketing strategies of "buy it now if you're serious".

    I did a lot of research on how to apply to the green card lottery after the call, that is how I got to this post. And there is so much information that I am sure people don't know before they come across these kind of scammers.

    Unfortunately, the scammers pay for advertisement, that is how their websites come out first on google searches, and people get the wrong information.


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