For months I have been looking into work I can do from home on my computer. I came across Global Domains International and thought it sounded like a great idea --at first. See, at first I thought I would be getting my own domain name so that I could sell domain names to others FOR THEIR BUSINESSES, so that, like an area code, .ws would be the .com of the 21st Century. This is not the case with GDI, people!! Today I actually listened to the "movie" on the home page of their website, and that's when it sank in: This is a pyramid scheme. Then I decided to check out the Rip-Off Report to see if anybody else on the Internet had an opinion similar to mine and was not surprised to see several.
Don't let GDI rope you in! If all you are doing is selling domain names for the sole purpose of those people going out and selling domain names, for the sole purpose of those people going out and selling domain names, so that they can tell five friends, and so on, and so on, then that is what this is exactly! The only way a person makes fantastic money at this is if they can get a line on a bunch of suckers who do not recognize this scam for what it really is.
Sorry!! GDI is not your fast train to super wealth! In order to truly have a business, one must first have a product to sell: and GDI doesn't have a product to sell. It is sad, really, because so many people out there are looking for their own domain name that selling domain names for commercial purposes with an ending other than .com is actually a great idea. It is too bad GDI is not set up like that -- then they'd REALLY make a killing!