Friday, March 10, 2017

The Price of Visa Domino Effect

Thieves can guess your secret Visa card details in just seconds

Embattled pizza giant Domino's has kicked a Queensland store owner out of its network after a Fairfax investigation caught him offering to sell a visa sponsorship for up to $150,000.

Bohai Shangguan, known also as "Eric", was secretly recorded trying to sell a visa sponsorship as part of a Fairfax Media investigation into underpayment and visa fraud in the Domino's Pizza network.
Dominos Pizza franchisee 

Domino's scandal: franchisee selling visas - The Sydney Morning Herald

Domino's Pizza chain allegedly involved in visa sponsorship scam

Australia: What is a 457 visa and what is the process for obtaining ...

Hundreds of foreign students deported from Australia for visa fraud

Nearly 150 Indian students deported this year due to 


Widespread fraud in Australia's work and student visa programs ...

2 women among three booked for fraud

“They took an amount of Rs 7.5 lakh from Manpreet Kaur, a resident of Dasua, Punjab, promising to send her to Australia on a study visa

Pair jailed over bogus-marriage visa scam

Pair jailed over bogus-marriage visa scam ... financial circumstances and borrowed from family and friends 

Student visa fraud: 'It's not about education

"I'd like to see New Zealand recognise that it's a scam, because that's at ... In the year to June half the student visa applications from India were ...

Story image for visa india fraud from SBS

Indian migrant jailed over $25 million credit card fraud in US

He along with his relatives in India were involved in laundering money from stolen ... He was also involved in visa fraud and embezzlements

An Indian-origin human resource manager has become the third person connected with two outsourcing companies to be convicted of H-1B visa fraud in a scheme that also ripped off tech employees, according to Paul Fishman, the federal prosecutor for New Jersey. Human Remains Manager Visa fraud

Canada China's Millionaire Migration

Over 100,000 Chinese millionaires have moved to Vancouver, ... Pam's family came to Canada as part of a visa program that welcomed foreigners with a net worth of at least $1.6 million. .... So, you can see that dominoeffect.