The owner of this website its Mark Flores. He will take your money and run. This guy is the biggest scam artist ever. His website is a sham.
http://ardyth.jimdo.com/ (same landing page)
However, this is the same guy that created Quotesource or MS Direct Insurance Services. He advertised the same kind of "opportunity" in the past. He charged $450 for his lead deposit (even though the leads were free). Then he proceeded to wait longer than the 45 days that paypal allows for refunds, then says he's in an accident, on the verge of death, then makes a miraculous recovery. Lucky for him, but as for me, I'm out $450 all because he decided to try and catfish anyone who will listen.
If you'd like to do your homework, just look at ripoffreport.com. Google for "Quotesource complaints". Get creative. He ripped a bunch of us off. Also, yes, this is the same guy, but to test it, why don't you call him up on the number provided. It'll go to a voice mailbox that never gets picked up (just like Quotesource was). Or, you can just google the title of "SATELLITE CALL CENTER LIFE AGENTS". You'll find a ton of them nationwide as well as on some other job boards, like Indeed.com.
Lastly, this is a tracker to see who owns a particular website. Mark Flores owns this website.
Finally, if you did respond to one of his last emails and were scammed, contact me. I use Google's email account (figure that one out), and my username is "randombabu". So hopefully you guys see this and can put two and two together. Hint - the username comes before the electronic mail address. For example, it's randombabu at gmail dot com. haha. Simple, huh? Let's see if this can stay up even with that, because even though we all have gripes, we can't contact one another. How stupid is that???!??!?!?!?
Here are some of the places he's posted:
I can go on and on, but you get the picture. In fact, see how many times he posted the same job: