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tealady wrote: »
A tip which could be useful is if you are ever looking for a government site then go via https://www.gov.uk. It is a gateway to loads including passports and the official land registry website.
the_juggler_2 wrote: »
I have just been stung painfully by a Shyster ESTA site.I have just paid $95 for a $14 waiver application.I could cry now just seeing that difference in print.I have asked for a refund and cancellation but they have aggressively argued they are a third party agency acting legally.They are just within the law and a cats whisker away from being called a scamming organisation.Please be very carefully when applying on line as this is the only way you can apply for a USA visa waiver.I am trying the bank tomorrow and the American Embassy to see if there is anything I can do.I know deep down this is a costly and painful error and I would hate anyone else to get caught out.
claireegret wrote: »
I'm a newbie here...inspired to join because of this:
I went to esta.us to get ESTA visa waivers for the family - got charged $88 instead of the $14. This is annoying and expensive, and I feel like a fool for not spotting that it was fake. But worse, they have all my personal details - passport number/address/DOB etc... I am worried this personal data breach more than the money.... any thoughts welcome
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