Terms & Conditions

When availing the services of http://www.gcmsnotes.ca you implicitly agree to the following terms and conditions.

Not affiliated with the Government of Canada

Ordergcmsnotes Canada is not affiliated to any Canadian agency in any form or manner. The information accessed by ordergcmsnotes is accessed under the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act of Canada.

Handling of Personal Information

We deliver the information provided by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to you without modifying, concealing, changing or omitting anything. When the electronic or the paper files have been delivered to you, in order to protect your privacy, the files are destroyed/deleted after 30 days.

All kinds of electronic information that is obtained from you is stored and handled in accordance with The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).


OrderGCMSNotesCanada currently accepts payments by debit and credit cards that are issued by the leading financial institutions like Master Card, Visa, American Express and there are other payment options like Alipay, PayPal and ApplePay. If you have a problem with paying through these mediums, we will be glad to accommodate your special needs by authorizing a wire transfer and any other mode that suits you.

All the payments made are subjected to the laws of clearance and you remain bound by the terms and conditions as set by the corresponding payment gateway used by OrderGCMSNotesCanada.


Only in such exceptional cases where OrderGCMSNotesCanada is not able to procure information on your file, or in cases where there has been a delay of over 90 days, we start the process of refund immediately. All other transactions remain non-refundable.


We at OrderGCMSNotesCanada strive to ensure that you get the information requested from Canadian Agencies as soon as possible. If a dispute should arise in connection with this Contract, the involved parties agree to meet in order to come to a resolution through the process of negotiation or any other appropriate dispute resolution mechanism before taking the legal course of litigation.

The above terms and conditions are bound by the laws of Canada, and they are governed and interpreted as such. Involved parties have to submit their disputes that arise out of or in connection with the same terms and conditions to the jurisdiction in exclusivity of the federal courts of Canada.