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Re: Has anyone ever heard of Global Domains International--Edited
Posted By: Jim------WebKitFormBoundarye7N0deGuENN2+3la In Response To: Has anyone ever heard of Global Domains International (Brian)
Date: Thursday, December 25, 2008, at 9:13 a.m.(pst)
In Response To: Has anyone ever heard of Global Domains International (Brian)
>> Was thinking about joining because they make it look so promising, but
>> thats how I've been scammed so many times before. Thoughts anyone?
GDI is legit. I just priced their services on GoDaddy and GDI is cheaper. If you add in the domain, web hosting, Site Builder, and 10 separate mailboxes (not forwarding or all dumping to one box) you'll find that GDI is right in line with, or a bit cheaper than, other domain registration sites. The email is even available in IMAP at no extra charge.
GDI registers .com and other top level domains as well as .ws. You just have a *much* better chance of getting the name you want with .ws though.
The "opportunity is certainly not a "Get Rich Quick" type of deal. It can easily pay for the site and, if you are really driven, make a substantial difference in your life style. Some folks are doing quite well but I'd plan on just making some much needed extra cash every month.
It is free for 7-days so you can check it out. If you don't like it, cancel and you won't be charged. It costs a whole $10 to try it for a month. There are no contracts.
If you are curious, I am posting a link to 30 minute video that goes into great detail about the product and the affiliate side of it. It requires no signup of any kind to view.
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