Can Oracle Visas Be Trusted?
Oracle Visas has over a decade of experience in the immigration industry and their dedication ensures that their clients get their visas on their first try. Oracle Visas claims to have a global presence and a fail-safe strategy.
Oracle Visas claims to do immigration to a number of countries and with each visa, there is a new, larger list of countries. We feel that this is a little peculiar.
The first thing we asked ourselves when looking at this website is, who works at Oracle Visas? Who does the immigration processes for Oracle Visas? Who are Oracle Visas RCIC and MARA agent? Unfortunately, these questions were left unanswered.
We are unsure of who founded the company or who is in charge of the immigration processes. This is very worrying.
Oracle Visas claims to do immigration to a number of countries:
Oracle Visas also does other visas to:
- Hong Kong
- South Africa
- New Zealand
- Pak (like that on the website)
Oracle Visas seems to be very busy with all the different visas that they offer for so many different countries. The only immigration seals that they display on their website is the ICCRC for Canada and MARA for Australia. This raises a huge red flag with regard to Oracle Visas legitimacy. How can you trust a company if they have failed to tell you who will be dealing with your immigration process?
The website has a Blog page but there are only two blog posts that are both short and about Canada. Is this the only country that Oracle Visas is worried about? You can, however, do the free online assessment that is available on the website.
While we were doing research on Oracle Visas, we found a few complaints about the company not being legitimate and scamming people. Oracle Visas replies to the comment saying that it was an ex-staff member.
There is a social media link on the page for the Facebook page and it does work. There are no other social media links that are available on the page.
The Facebook page was founded in 2002 and it has over 62 000 likes. The posts to the page are regular and relevant to immigration. The posts do seem to focus more on Canadian immigration and UK immigration. One thing that you must remember is that likes can be bought for social pages on Facebook.
There is no link to a Twitter account but we were able to find two different Twitter accounts. The one account has more activity than the other, which has no posts. Let’s call Twitter account one, the account with “some” activity and Twitter account two with no activity.
Twitter account one only has over 70 followers and the last posts is from the 6th of March 2015. What we found a bit odd is the fact that there are Tweets about diamonds and diamond mining.
Oracle Visas has a good looking website and an impressive following on Facebook but is that enough to make you trust them? The fact that they have failed to provide any indication of who their immigration consultants are is a problem. People need to know who they are dealing with.
Immigration is a tricky business and so much can go wrong in a short space of time. As a possible client to any immigration company, you need to know who you will be dealing with. Oracle Visas has failed to provide the simplest form of information.
If you have dealt with Oracle Visas, please leave a comment below and tell us about your experience.
You can visit their website here: www.oracleconsultancy.com
- Clean website
- Impressive Facebook
- no RCIC or MARA agents apparent
Company Identity 30%
Service Feedback 10%
Published Content 10%