I absolutely do not recommend this company to anyone.First of all, their claim is that you can receive one of their "lesser" domains "for free".
Free Free Free!! Real big all over their paget. Why would you pay for a more commonly known domain when you can receive one supposedly slightly less common right? And remember everyone "It's Free!" What does this suggest?
That, I dunno, It's free!! Now, if you knew you were only getting this lame domain* (that most would look at and assume it's a phishing site, or a scamming site, or just some lame, broke site attempting business from anyone- ironically when I attempted to open this site on my iPhone to make my complaint to them, my phone warned me that this site was a possible phishing site and can't be trusted. My phone had NO idea just how right it was)*for just one week after which you would be charged- just as you would a more common domain such as a .com, .net, etc, which would receive much more attention, don't you think one would just skip all the bullcrap and go strait for the good stuff? Um ya, it's a no brainer.
So make sure ya'll read the real super fine, fine print so you know exactly when you are going to get screwed. And this is because, no matter the problem, misunderstanding, unsatisfactory experience, deceptive advertising, and horrible policy and customer service- YOU the customer are not right and are absolutely powerless when it comes to these issues. And the reason for this is they have a no refund policy. Your eyes aren't playing tricks on you- that's what I said.
They sell a product and have absolutely no guarantee, "no way" to refund your money if you are completely unsatisfied with their service (or like in my case-never even used their service, or even went back to their website). Who does that??? wsdomains aka Global Domains does. Their excuse was during my apparent subscription (unbeknownst to me- I didn't even know I had one, because its "free" remember), no one could create and use that very domain name.
Please! the likeliness of that happening is slim to none. Wow! I'll say my only mistake was missing the disclaimer on their website that said "we're a bunch of slimy, deceptive douchebags.
And OH!! By the way sucker, we can't guarantee any sort of satisfaction, because we are just 'that' kind of company....". (And of course, for "legal" purposes only, to clarify: they don't have a disclaimer of that kind- though if they were honest people- they would have that very disclaimer in plain sight- unlike their sneaky loopholes) It's pretty sad when almost 100% of the business' now a days can offer a guarantee but a website selling websites has no customer security/guarantee/service to offer at all!! I mean come on- even the 5 year old kids down the street washing cars for mere change, or selling lemonade, can give their customers a guarantee.
I even forewarned the "manager" with whom I was speaking, that the next thing on my agenda after speaking to him was to report and submit complaints via internet everywhere and anywhere I could. I give this company a negative 5 stars. Quite frankly, that's giving them far more credit than they deserve. And I would REALLY appreciate my money back.
Obviously if I was seeking home employment, thus my purpose for even visiting their site, my family and I are beyond dire straits. We can't even make it paycheck to paycheck as it is. I didn't have any money to just throw away, especially $55!!! It was very wrong of them.
Slimy, deceptive, and rude. All of which are obviously negative, wrong and down right bad things to be. That alone says everything about that company. It's truly unfortunate for them as well, as numerous friends and associates of mine are entrepreneurs, business people, and business owners.
All of which I would have gladly referred to this company, had they been a good, helpful, courteous, understanding, & undeceitful establishment.Their misfortune.
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