Is Legit or a Scam?

Author: Adam Collins

April 18, 2022 is an online services site that offers multiple services. They offer services such as Search Engine optimization, web design, and, most notably, career assistance. Careers are a rich hunting ground for scams, so we decided to check out this website and write a review.

With the help of a relationship manager, they train you for three months, during which you learn more about career hunting and how to manage your career.

Address information

The site has displayed its physical address information at the bottom. Most sites do this to show the genuineness of their business. But something does not seem to add up with Here is the physical location displayed at the site;


573 Main St, Three Hills, Alberta, Canada

1/9, Lohgarh Road, Keshav Enclave, Zirakpur

The results were very different when you look at the address on the info clipper; the results were very different.

When we used google maps to check the address, it seems the location is actually of a church in a very small rural town. shows that the site is registered in Arizona, USA, but when I searched for the same address in Arizona, it showed a different company.

Genuine companies always display their correct address information on their sites as they have nothing to hide. On the about us page, a reference is made to “Quantfeb Greek” as the mother company. We could not find any information about this company either.

The currency question offers most of its services in Indian Rupees. Career assistant goes for 38,000 rupees, while SEO goes for 27,000 rupees. Most companies and businesses will always set prices based on their country’s currency. 

The Rupee charges are very confusing for a country that claims its headquarters in Alberta, Canada.

Unclear Services

Some of the services offered we do not understand. For example, a “Profile Letter” is offered, which seems that the company will provide a letter for joining the company? 

Other services are not described at all such as “Employment Verification” and “Global Highlighter”. 

Several Elements Not Working

Several parts of the website do not seem to work properly:

The Portfolio page only shows a few stock photos without any explanation or text.
 The services are shown on their home page link directly to the checkout instead of a product description.

Team of Young Professionals

On the home page the following sentence is shown at the bottom: “a team of young professionals who are eager to empower both online and offline businesses digitally.” apart from the fact that the sentence is rather meaningless, we also googled it and we found several websites using exactly the same line of text and offering comparable services: comparable to Alzni but with different addresses
Wonderresponsive. is no longer working a webdesign company in India a database of companies whose business purpose is unclear


Too Big to be True?

I wanted to see what people were saying about and make an informed decision about the site. shows there are zero reviews online about the site. was started in December 2021 according to the registration date of the website, but it already claims over 90,000 subscribers to its email newsletters. Likewise, it claims 1750 projects completed, 750 happy clients, 17 awards won and 7 million social followers (without any link to social media on their website. 

Scamadviser shows that the site receives less than 200 site visitors on Why would a company exaggerate this much? 

Proceed with caution when dealing with There are indications that the site is online fraud.

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