I am Attorney Jose Aguinalde legal counsil for Mr. James Hanley and Websters International. I would like to inform the public that the Estafa case against Mr. James Hanley has now been settled. The truth of the matter is as follows; 1) The complainants all asked for a refund of monies paid to Mr. Hanley because they had failed the IELTS English test. You can't, under most circumstances, enter Canada with only a 50 or 60 % English level. 2) As clearly stated in the Immigration Contract, if a client fails the IELTS exam he/she will enroll in a English class which none of the complainants wanted to do. 3) The Complainants all filed a complaint to Canada's licensing body for immigration, CSIC which is a Society run and regualted by the Government of Canada. The complainants asked CSIC to revoke or suspend Mr. Hanleys license. Mr. Pierre Briand the Government of Canada investigator with CSIC ruled that Mr. Hanley had done nothing wrong, especially not criminally and he stated that this wouldn't even have been a Supreme Court case in Canada but only a Small Claims Court Case. CSIC further issued a warning to all other CSIC members that when doing business in foreign countries simular to the Philippines, members of CSIC must know that they can be imprisoned for doing things that are totally legal in Canada. CISC's email is 3w.csic-scci.cashould you wish to view Mr. Hanley's membership license. 4) The case filed in the Philippines had no legal grounds to establish Estafa and the complainants have all signed Affidavits of Desistance ( to release Mr Hanley from the charges of Estafa) with the Makati Regional Trial Court. The Assistant Prosecutor of the Makati City Regional Trial Court who signed the Affidavit of Desistance was Benjamin S. Vermug Jr. and his telephone number is 870-1440. Furthermore you may view the Affidavit of Desistance documents in either the Makati office 891-0593 or the Cebu office 233-2905. 5) Even the complainants, in their own affidavit have swore that Mr. Hanley had not committed any Estafa and admitted that it was a mere result of a misunderstanding, most probably due to the complainants low and inefficient English levels.