Global Domain Websites is a scam

Last night I was on a conference call with a company called GDI which stands for Global Domain Websites. It is a scam to get people to sign up for an account. It sounds like a scam too! There is an help wanted ad on Craigslist for Customer Service Representatives. I scan Craigslist everyday looking for that next opportunity and to read the ads. I attended the call as instructed based on an email that I received. I would say about 30 minutes into the call the sales pitch came from the GDI salesperson on the conference call. He claimed that he had received two checks and that was suppose to convince the callers that GDI is a legitimate company. It should take more than that to convince people they are the real deal.  He went on to say that GDI is listed with the Better Business Bureau and went on to give out a website address to direct the callers to the positive reviews. The GDI representative told the callers to stay away from the ads that say they are a scam and instead to only read the positive information on the Internet. First of all you don’t have to pay for a job, if it sounds to good to be true than it is and most customer service representatives will tell you there is no where on this earth that will pay $400-1200 a week just for inputting emails into the system. I know that everyone is having a hard time during this economic meltdown. People are losing their jobs and getting desperate to take anything. Don’t allow your desperation to cloud your judgement. You will get through this…start attending church for spiritual edification and start to surround yourself with positive people.

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