Anti-Fraud Policy - Y-Axis Overseas Careers

Payments to Y-Axis:

When you make a payment to Y-Axis, it is your right to demand a receipt for the same. Y-Axis issues receipts for all payments made to the company. An acknowledgment of payments made to Y-Axis is sent from our central software. If you have any queries regarding payments to Y-Axis, please send an email to

Payments to Y-Axis staff:

You are cautioned against making any additional payments to any Y-Axis employee. If any Y-Axis staff members offer to fabricate your profile or get you any document for an additional fee, we strongly advise you to inform the management to take suitable action against the employee. 

*Please note: The company is not liable if you enter into any verbal or written agreement with a Y-Axis employee or his/her reference. Y-Axis is NOT responsible for the consequences if you have paid for any additional service to any Y-Axis employee.

Vendors referred by Y-Axis staff:

We strongly discourage you from availing of any service from vendors that any Y-Axis employees may suggest, as this is not endorsed or permitted by the company, and you run the risk of fraud by indulging in the same. We are not responsible for any vendors whom a Y-Axis employee has referred and are not liable for any charges you have paid to them.

Fraudulent Documentation:

Y-Axis does not deal with cases where fraudulent documentation or information has been submitted. Y-Axis will accept your case based on the information you have provided, which we assume is to be true. Y-Axis is NOT liable if you have provided any incorrect/misleading/fraudulent documentation or information.

Y-Axis does not provide any documentation on its own and to its clients. It only works on the documentation that you have provided. We assume that all submitted to us is 100% true and correct.

Y-Axis employees are strictly warned against illegal practices such as this and are required to adhere to Y-Axis company policy. If any employee goes against company policy, Y-Axis is not responsible or liable for the same, as our policy is to accept cases where the information provided is 100% true.
To avoid being duped and refused entry into foreign countries, you should bear in mind the following:

  1. DO NOT be misled by dishonest Y-Axis staff into believing that submitting forged documents with your visa application is an acceptable practice. The application will be refused, and you may face further investigation from Australian authorities.
  2. DO NOT believe Y-Axis staffs who say they can influence the processing speed of applications or the final decision in exchange for money or other favors. They cannot. Visa decisions are made only by visa officers authorized by the respective country.
  3. DO NOT be fooled by imposters pretending to be visa officers from Embassies. Legitimate visa officers do not meet applicants outside their official place of work, nor do they contact you to request money.
  4. DO NOT be fooled by fake websites designed to look like official government websites or service delivery partner websites. Always get your visa information from official government websites.
  5. DO NOT be duped by a job or visa scam. Many people are being cheated with overseas job offers that do not exist. Please deliberate on your decision before you hand over your money, passport, and personal details. Note: If the job offer sounds too good to be true, it could be a scam.

Dishonest staff often advises applicants to provide fake documentation or enter into any arrangements of convenience. Please don’t be fooled. Your investment will be lost. In addition, you will be caught and may be denied entry to the country you have applied to.

USA, UK, Australia & Canada welcome genuine visitors, students, and work immigrants.
Immigration agencies in these countries will not tolerate any abuse of the immigration system and have zero tolerance toward fraud. We strongly advise anyone who wants a visa for these countries not to listen to staff who offers to sell forged documents and say that they can guarantee a visa. Immigration Authorities have very effective methods for detecting fraud and work with international partners, and Australian authorities also do follow the same. When they uncover fraud, including false education and language certificates, the visa will be refused, and the applicant may face a ten-year visa ban as well as possible action by the Australian authorities.

Fraud is a criminal offense in the USA, Australia, Canada, and the UK and can lead to severe penalties for those involved. But ultimately, the responsibility for a visa application lies with the applicant. Providing fraudulent documents or misleading information can result in severe consequences for the staff and the applicant. Applicants need to protect themselves from immigration fraud by being aware of how people try to exploit them and their situation.

Y-Axis Management strongly advises you against indulging in any fraud or misrepresentation of your profile.

Please be warned that submission of fraudulent documentation to a visa issuing authority will result in you being banned from the country for at least 10 years.

Y-Axis is a licensed recruitment agency in Australia and works with overseas employers and placement agencies who recruit candidates from Y-Axis for a fee. Y-Axis DOES NOT guarantee jobs or charge the candidate for the job. If a Y-Axis employee attempts to do this, be sure to get in touch with us immediately.

Y-Axis does not guarantee any candidate a job or a visa. No employee of Y-Axis is permitted to do so. Visas are at the discretion of the visa officer and immigration department/embassy or consulate. Jobs are at the discretion of the employer only. No one can influence this decision, and if an employee of Y-Axis promises you the same, please contact us immediately.

If you have any grievances or complaints, don't hesitate to get in touch with our CRO (Customer Relationship) Department at