Global Travel International Reviews
Legit or Scam?
International claim to be able to get
anyone set up as an independent travel
agent. Global Travel International is
similar to travel portal websites like
YTB Travel, since they both provide
customers with a website that doesn't sell
travel but redirects people to vacation
Global Travel International has a
growing number of agents, last checked they
were at around 40,000. They have been around for over ten
years and claim to be the leader in travel
home business opportunities. GDI has
reported generating over 125 million dollars
Global Travel International is
also accredited by many organizations
including ARTA, HEDNA, CLIA, ARC and IATAN.
This is important because part of the sales
pitch is that once you become a Global
Travel International member you can get
discounts on hotels, airfare, and car
rentals. However many sites claim
these things but nobody recognizes their
memberships and their customers get nothing.
Even though Global Travel International
advertises a one month free trial
subscription to their services you need to
read the fine print. There is a one
time activation fee of $49.95 that is not
refundable even upon cancellation of the
trial period. Many people have fallen
for this and have resorted to calling Global Travel
International a Scam.
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'Global Travel International'
4:02am on July 18th, 2009
THE SCAM MESSAGE THAT THEY SENT TO ME
OMG THEY ARE SO NASTY!!!
GTI Management wishes to thank you for contacting us regarding the arrangement of your Traveling Documents to the United Kingdom .. We promise to Offer you the best which you will be Glad you did. It was Indicated in your E-mail that you have been told by your Host Family(Dr John Nichols) who asked you to contact us. We promise never to disappoint you as we have never disappointed him either. We would request that you provide us with the following so that the Documentation will start immediately. We would get your Visa within a week as soon as we receive the information from you AND THE 650 GBP.
9:00am on July 15th, 2009
Am Allen Dave from London (United Kingdom).and I am 48 year old.I work in a garment industry and i spend most of my time at work and my wife work as a missionary so most of the time she travels out on London.Am looking for an aupair who could take care of our two lovely kids Peter and Maria age 4 and 6.They both attend school.
IT IS SCAM
8:57am on July 15th, 2009
Nichols and Allen dave- SCAM!!!!!!!!!!!
8:51am on July 8th, 2009
PEOPLE IGNORE MESH BRANDO....IT'S A SHOCKING SCAM!!!!
12:50am on July 7th, 2009
Cheaters, cheaters and once again cheaters!!!!!!!!
I got a brilliant offer from "Mr" John Nichols. He insisted on contacting that agency even though I was sure it is redundant. They offered me a UK visa (for Ł650)which is redundant in my case. When I explained that I don't need it they wanted to sell me a work permit (also redundant in my case)and an au pair training (which I had last year) for "only" 300 GBP. But what was the most disgusting is the fact that "Mr" Nichols said that his wife died of cancer last year and left them alone! Some people do have a cheek.
1:43am on July 6th, 2009
if you get an email from Allen Dave asking for you to be an au pair - its a straight out scam, fake written all over their emails.
1:12pm on June 27th, 2009
Oh my God, I can't believe I have fallen for Mr. ALEX ANDREANG sweet words and suddenly I just found myself typing his name. Because of curiousity when I saw this part of the quote "A culprit named Alex Andrea WHO POSTED HIS ADVERTISEMENT OF NEEDING A NANNY in ... is 15,Kincaid Road,Peckham,se15 5un London |+447024087781|+447031964643 ..." I immediately opened the website and I have found out how he and he's members operate. Thank you guys... I contacted those who posted to his advertisement hopefully they have received my message. TO MR. ALEX ANDREANG THANK YOU FOR LETTING US FEEL, EVEN JUST FOR A SECOND THAT WE ARE NOT AS DESPERATE AS YOU ARE TO HAVE MONEY!!! Hey hope you can sleep tight for ruining others lives!!!
DANIEL CAGE LOME
8:37am on June 24th, 2009
M.MURPHY IS IS NOT HONEST .ALL THAT HE SAYS IS SCAM.I TRUST TO HIM BUT ALL MY HOPE IS FALL DOWN.IT IS A BROKEN HEART WHICH NEEDS OF HELP.
3:39am on June 24th, 2009
It so so SCAM. my employer is ALEX ANDREA and JOHN MURPHY. they want me to shoulder all the papers needed. Suddenly my sister's friend called his mother in london to do background checking. And there it is, its the same. the address and the travel agency ARE ALL LIES.. Be aware.. dont be a victim..
1:20am on June 23rd, 2009
I also bumped into this nanny-seeking website. The offer was too good to be true. The employer's name is anthony michael. And of course, directed me to firstname.lastname@example.org. tried to check the website but it cannot be found. His offer could seem to be the answer of your dream job. Actually, i just received his email today and I'm so grateful that we were able check your website. It's really a great help for us!
Shakil Ahamed India
8:50am on June 20th, 2009
GTI is a BIG SCAM. They promised me a job in Sheraton Park Tower, LOndon and one fine day they sent me an appointment Order along with Terms and conditions. The only loop hole they left for doubt was, they hurried for me to procure my visa papers and finally I had to call Sheraton Park Towers, London directly and I found that it was a scam.The Lady who picked up the phone at Sheraton Park Tower replied that any email or letter should be neglected. Thank god that I never paid Money.They requested for GBP 850.00. Let me give you the address and contact persons detail so that innocent people may get awareness regarding GTI.
Dr. John Stern.
Ass: Barrister. Festus Makinzy.
Director and Chief Processing Officer Of Employment Visa and Resident Permit.
UK Global Travels Agency Inc., UK.
UK TRAVELS AGENCY (email@example.com)
PLEASE DONT PAY THEM ANY MONEY.
paul de leon
6:22am on June 15th, 2009
THOSE PRICKS CHANGED THEIR MODUS. GLOBAL TRAVEL AGENCY LONDON IS A BIG PILE OF SHI*T. BE CAREFUL GUYS. I ALMOST FELL ON THAT ONE. CURSES!!!!!
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10:57pm on June 13th, 2009
The article is very good. Write more please
4:07am on June 10th, 2009
hi there is there anyone in trouble, if you are seeking for a job as an aupair and somebody want you to be there nanny once their reffer you to their agency.... beware it is a scam.... check the background of the company, check the embassy uk/canadian embassy on how to process and what are the documents needed for the visa.... be aware
3:19am on June 9th, 2009
I am giving a rejoinder about this internet scam victimizing unsuspecting job seekers. I am in the government service here in the Philippines and I am also looking for greener pastures by way of working in other countries. I listed in several job agencies thru the internet and I did get to have so many job offers particularly as nanny/aupair and the sorts. Anyway, all of them asked for money for the visa and other requirements such as work permit and insurances. I always played along fine with their modus operandi but I was aware that this was a scam. At the end, I would give them a tongue lashing and the most evil curse I could utter just to let them know that not all job seekers are that naive. Also, I once wrote the Police Department of a county in London to look after a certain address and a person claiming to live in the said address but to no avail. So we can say that even the London Police do not care about this plague and so it is all up to us, job seekers to be vigilant and to do research. Keep in mind that if your employer asks for money for visa or as a deposit, that is a fraud. In our Labor Department, I was warned by friends that anybody asking for money to be sent to a private person instead of a legitimate office or travel agency is a fraud. So, beware and be vigilant.
11:27am on June 7th, 2009
THE FOLLOWING ARE THE INFORMATIONS OF THE CULPRIT:
Address: 6 Pembridge Road Notting
Hill London, W11 3HL.
3. 29 Walnut Way South Ruislip, Middlesex. Ha4 6Ta, United Kingdom
4. Mr. Mesh Brando
11:00am on June 7th, 2009
At first i have this feeling that this is my BIGGEST LUCK EVER! But when this certain MR. MESH BRANDO is such in a hurry to process my papers and asked me to decide asap, and coordinate with GTI London... well i had a hunch that it is a scam... I asked everyone around me and my friends in london about the address they gave me and Mr. Mesh is not even there. THIS IS A SCAM and NEVER GIVE MONEY! Never trust people that will give you the BRIGHTEST OFFER in a short span of processing time. Always refer to POEA for the validation of the agencies and job offers abroad.
9:12am on June 7th, 2009
June 7, 2009
Hey guys be sensible...better to be suspicious rather than to be sorry in the end...you know if at first they ask you money don't ever ever entertain that idea..your money will be in trouble. I know a friend of mine who was victimized by this agency GTI.as what other experienced they will give you a chance to have your contact with the employer but actually they are in conivance and if they stopped calling you or send email messages then that's the end...don't be stupid....hope that there's gov't agency that can help those who were victimized even if they are from different nations...to GTI know and be aware of this...KARMA
6:18am on May 29th, 2009
im so thankful that i was able to read this site. i also was about to be victimized by this alex andrea. this time he told me to contact ukvisafleet99. i searched the net and i discovered that its address is the same as that of GTI in London. much more, i read the warning of the Wise Sisters on this site.
I was told by visafleet99 to pay the amount of 1,300.00 pound for the work permit, visa fee, and my plane ticket...
i was doubting in the beginning because the grammar of this alex andrea and the people from the agency are faulty...i suspected that they were not really Britons and could be up to something unpleasant...
anyway, thanks to this site...i was able to avoid these scams.
9:59am on May 26th, 2009
I got an email from Eliza Batt she said me to look after her daughter and contact with Synergy Company,she wanted to pay me 1750 pounds monthly and 200 pounds weekly! Felicia Lopez wrote to me as well with the similar salary. I wanted to pay one of them and go to london...oh me God...luckily now I will never do this!
It is a scam!
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