• Report:  #3626

Complaint Review: Global Network Mall - Ormond Beach Florida

Reported By:
- Auburn, Al,
Wed, October 18, 2000

Global Network Mall
800 S. Nova Road Ste. C Ormond Beach, 32174 Florida, U.S.A.
Computer Marketing Companies
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I responded to an email about making money online a few months ago. I requested more information and was called on the phone by a man named John, who told me about a "wonderful" business opportunity to make money for a company named GNMall by emailing individuals and selling webpages, which the company would design. I was told that any "idiot" could do this...it required no skills other than knowing how to email. I was also told that there would be a one-time $3000 investment, but that no other investment would be required. It was insisted that I put this on a credit card and was told that I would be able to make this money back in time to pay the credit card bill. I was also told that the package I would receive would contain a disk with thousands of names of individuals to email about these web pages. I was desperate for money, since I had just gone through a costly divorce and been left with a child to raise and had been conned out of everything I had worked for during the last 30 years of my life. I was also fighting the IRS over a tax bill that was not mine, so I needed extra money to just keep my son and me going. When I received the package, I found that more money was required to just get into this and that there was no guarantee that I would make anything. There was also no disk with names to email. I contacted the company and got no response. I looked up Internet Scams on my computer and the company GNMall was one of the first to appear. The full company name is Global Network Mall and is run by a corporation called Dockingbay. The address is 800 S. Nova Road, Suite C, Ormond Beach, FL 32174. I think other people should know about this scam. I should have known that there was something wrong when I was pressured to sign up right then. I was told that there were only a few opportunities for sales consultants, and if I didn't act now, they couldn't promise me that I could get into it later. I learned the hard way that when something seems too good to be true, it probably is.

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