• Report: #982997
Complaint Review:

World Wide Who's Who Publishers

  • Submitted: Sun, December 16, 2012
  • Updated: Sun, December 16, 2012

  • Reported By: Former Employee — Hempstead New York United States of America
World Wide Who's Who Publishers
Internet United States of America

World Wide Who's Who Publishers Cambridge Who's Who Former Employee/ Scam Scam Scam Straight FROM THE SOURCE Internet

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Well I would like to start off by saying I am a former employee of World Wide Who's Who, formerly known as Cambridge Who's Who.....I only worked at this establishment for about a year, and it almost ruined my life. Not only is it a scam to it's potential "clients" but it also sells empty dreams to it's employees.

 It is not an exclusive registry and anyone can be a member as long as you pay. This is the truth! I know, I sat with the pitches and rebuttals in front of me. You wouldn't believe some of the people they had me speak with, people who owned businesses that would never benefit from this registry because they were local "mom and pop" shops, I was forced to bagger and drop from the "platinum program" "Gold Program" 3 yr, 2 yr and 1 yr "trial period".....which made me sick. I was forced to embellish and lie, if I didn't I would be punished by being given the lowest grade leads they had. I'll put it to you this way when I first started I was bringing home paychecks between $1100.00 to $1300.00 per week....by the time I left I was lucky to bring home $300.00 for the week. They starve you on purpose to show that they have control. You must lie cheat and pretty much steal, basically a bait and switch sales tactic for this disgusting company. I want everyone to know this because the only way to stop scam artist's is to nip it in the bud. So number one keep people from going to work there and number two get the truth out that this is not a free registry, anyone can be a member as long as you pay, it is not an honor, nor will it provide recognition. Oh I almost forgot those "free airline vouchers".....are so far from free. First of all good luck to you trying to book a flight and if you finally find a way to do so, you must stay at the participating locations which cost astronomical amounts and you have to stay for a week to ten days. And finally the wonderful "press release" full of crap as well.

I hope to get this out so that I can help to make this world a little bit of a better place, stop scamming people out of their hard earned money and selling people empty dreams of a flourishing career that doesn't exist.


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