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I am a member & have personally gotten fast responses from my upline and also been called to the team leader. We now have 2 teams joined together. Very personable & ethical people.
Those who complain "spam" or "scam" either haven't explored the site enough, or There Are Spammers Who Don't Care Who or Where they place their link, even in places especially forums, where outside links aren't allowed. And people who spam email... don't get me started.
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Listed Domains registered at ENOM, INC..
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Very positive, healthy testimony.
have some great links a lot of free useful materials
Website was offline/down when I went to look at it. I could tracert to it but not ping it.
AFA is my home office/employer
This site is spamvertised on blogs.
I have not had any problems with this site.
I have been a paid member for about a year.
linktrack.info was spammed in September, 2011
When you tell the registrar ENOM about their problem, you get the same old irresponsible buck-passing duck-shoving fob-off - "we are only the registrar - complain to the hosting ISP" - as if that exonerated them from ethical responsibility.
You can see countless examples like this at the ENOM spammed domains blacklist published constantly at http://rss.uribl.com/nic/ENOM_INC_.html - when you compare ENOM with other registrars they show the worst record for support of high volume spamming. Typically over 50% of domains registered at Demand Media's ENOM is detected in unlawful spam (51% - 1552 of 3035).
ENOM is sponsoring this illegal spamming operation, and accepts payments for the unlawful domain name registrations. Where Go Daddy shows corporate responsibility, ENOM shows corporate irresponsibility. And toothless ICANN accredits them, while pocketing the accreditation fees. Some would accuse ENOM of providing a safe harbor for crime. Others would wonder if there is any vestigial trace of ethics at ICANN.