Alert! Beware of Immigration Fraud – Identity theft Fraud artist selling fake visas for programs that do not exist A note of caution to all International candidates. There is an individual operating overseas who has stolen our identity and poses as our senior staff counsel Bruce Ferreira-Wells, claiming to be working out of the UK for a company called PRN Recruitment and advertising on websites such as Alibaba.com for work permits and other immigration visas, often for low skilled general labour that all sound too good to be true. The sad truth is, they are. The programs he advertises do not exist. The fraud artist shows clients a scan of his fake UK passport and business license for PRN to build confidence. Requests are made to wire money via Western Union. He uses untraceable cellphone numbers, eluding authorities. Innocent people from the Philippines, India, and several other countries have already been duped by him. They send large sums of money, and forward their passport, and receive a fake visa stamp in return. Please be alert! If you are emailing or calling someone who identifies themselves as us, using an address, phone number, email or website different than that of our offices in Toronto Canada, asking you to wire them money via Western Union, you are about to be the victim of an immigration fraud scheme.