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BEWARE!!! This might be a long story...but trust me...its a great and worthy read!!.
im now laughing at the Bullsh*t and waste of time this company gave me! Paul Malcolm is the "director or operations".
First i looked online like tons of other people did for a marketing job...i had a little background in sales, marketing and a real company before...due the economy i lost my job, soo finding one similar seemed like a good move...until i came across this company. Like is stated i was looking on and came across a "sports/entertainment" marketing job...Good pay...Fun...great hours and good people. soo like any other person would, i applied...sent my resume in thikning im finally going to start working again and get out of a hole. Within hours i got a confirmation email from a Sonia Monroe who was "Human Resources" saying that the would like to meet me and that a top executive and director as looked over my resume and felt i was a great choice for an interview...the weird thing was, i sent my resume and applied for it around 1:00am...hmmm...
Soo i called the number and got a confirmed interview and location, the directions that were given to me were wrong, but i figured it was an honest mistake...stupid me...i showed up to the interview to a building that looked like an upscale crack-house...there was no sign outside, but there was a for rent sign bolted on the brick wall...i walked into the building again looking for a sign of the "marketing firm" and there was nothing, soo i went downstairs, and upon arrival there was a flat screen TV...volume on 10000...a big glass Ikea like reception desk with NO ONE sitting at it...nor did it look like someone has ever or will ever be sitting there, i was then brought into an office...first thing i notices was the small frames of different sports teams and players...all cheap frames with the pictures not centered...again...looking beyond that. i met with a typical smooth talking black man named Paul Malcolm who briefly looked over my resume, and told me this is a company that thrives on money and face to face sales and relationships with Top Clients...which i was told is the local sports teams...all after he asked that first golden question, "are you into sports?"...haha i laughed and said of course! soo after the stroke job interview that lasted for about 5-7 minutes he said they would like to have me in for a second, follow up interview where i would be out in the field with one of their top executive reps meeting with their biggest clients. i set an appointment for monday Feb 15, 2010. All that weekend i was kind of pumped thinking i landed a job that i was told pays 37, 000 a year...and that in a years time i would be able to run my own office and employees. but then monday came, and i had a bad feeling about going, i didnt want to...but i went anyway to give it a shot...i showed up and sat in the ### waiting area once again, dressed up nice and ready to learn more about this company...i actually met a kid from the same town and the first thing we both noticed was the TV on blast, the loud music being played and the hussle and bussle of all these employees. This director called us in and said you all will be competing for the job. as we piled into a piece of ###, dirty vehicle...these guys who seemed like former petefiles were spitting out things like, " we are going to the promise land" and using phrases like, " yo stoked for the newes couple of deals, cant wait til things are finalized" just GAY un-comfortable phrases...the whole time i said all of 3 words, just sat there going for a ride...a ride that took about 45 minutes to get to the location...the location was a highway type place where we parked in the back, ally, side or hidden ways of companies or business'. al the while NOTHING is being told to me what we will be doing, after we walked to a few places that were closed...we walked into a subjob...that was getting prepped for the days business...the weird kid iwas with started the job...ILLEGAL SOLICITING!!! the guy behind the counter said he was all set, but the "sales dick" i was with kept this moment i knew...i was all set with the scam they are pulling...every hour we would rive to meet the other people and go to different locations they has "mapped" out on a piece of paper...the locations were natick mall ( collection) and areas in framingham and natick. we got kicked out of a lot of weird looks...and frankly i really felt the size of an ant after seeing the kid creeply walking up to people and spitting out horrible creepy lines. i had told him that the job wasnt for me...but didnt let them have it because they were my ride back to my truck...soo long story quickly ended...i wasted a full 8.5 hours that day all to find out that this company, DYNASTY INTERNATIONAL MARKETING..or whatever it is, is a scam company...they make next to NO money and sell coupons..not promotions, but coupons!! PLEASE PLEASE..if you see anyone coming in with a suit and tie...ask them to leave...if they offer you this great deal on anything...DO NOT BUY IT!!! they take your money. one girl asked when her credit card would be processed cuz she didnt think she had enough money to cover the amount...and the creep told her, it would be run through that next day...we werent out the door before he called the "finance dept" which was a kid running a credit card machine, to put the numbers of that poor grls card in. I feel awful that i was any where shape or form near or apart of this for one day, seeing people fall into this scam. Hopefully you can contact me for more information, which i can gladly share. my email is [protected]
I Went as far as calling the company of the things he was selling to tell them what was going on...they had no idea what the company was!!
I WANT TO STOP THESE ### BEFORE THEY DO ANYMORE!!! Hope this short story helps some of you.

Lowell, Massachusetts



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    George Pottery May 03, 2016

    These are two different companies. It's a coincidence that they have the same name. Dynasty International that deals with ACN is the real thing. The other Dynasty is a scam. Please do correct research.Thanks.

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    Max Knowles Nov 02, 2015

    Been in this company for 4 years and make 6 figure income on a monthly basis, this is quite hilarious how people are judging the company even when the system was explained. It's not a pyramid scheme, just because we get 3 partners and those 3 partners get more partners. It's not because its a pyramid, it's because it's a network marketing business. If we don't do this method our business is impossible to grow. Our goal is to provide services and get a percentage of it. Simple as that, we get 10% of the bills people pay and get another chunk from our business partners we recruited. It's called business marketing people not a pyramid scheme. Use your 5 year old brain before you judge a company without even attending of the events. It cracks me up and you know what, I get this all the time and you know why it doesn't bother me. Because i'm still making the money most our your parents make in one year, in one month. All because of ACN, so this business isn't for everyone, we need people flipping the patties at McDonals, we need people to change the tires on my Bentley. And the people who build there dream and don't have other people to hire them build theirs. Are the people who become successful from ACN. Hope somebody learned something from this because i've been in this company for years and it is most definitely not a scam.
    Thank you

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    Christian : May 29, 2015

    I was approached by a Jean Bernard Pierre today at my place of work (a gas station near my house) who proceeded to purchase a pizza for his children and attempted to strike up conversation. It was later in my shift so I didn't mind a brief exchange. He talked about how he recently moved into the area and made some simple small talk with me. The man then left his kids in the store and headed to his car and brought back a card for Dynasty International. he approached the counter and handed me the card telling me to give him a call and that "we could do great things together" and "call me on the weekend so we can go, its life changing". I could hardly understand the man through his accent but his business card mentioned nothing of what the company was about. When I asked him what Dynasty International was, he refused to answer and only replied that "I should call him later". Needless to say I was a little creeped out even though I'm a guy. He wasn't dressed well unlike the above two situations mentioned. He was wearing a Haiti soccer team jersey although this might be because of the time of day ( about 9:30pm ) . His business card doesn't link you back to Dynasty International but rather his personal site for those interested. The whole situation made me uncomfortable and I'm glad I looked up these reviews before i called and gave these people an opportunity to record my number or any other information.

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    mustardseed3 May 06, 2010
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    Verified customer

    Just so people know, they changed their name to DSTY Inc. Website

    8200 Greensboro Drive
    Suite 933
    Mclean, VA 22315

    I had an interview with them in Mclean, VA and it smelled. The guy was dressed to the nines, didn't ask any questions about my resume or myself, and it was located in a big office suite with no names or logos. Told me they had a year and a half waiting list of clients and wanted me to come back to "shadow" someone.

    I skipped it.

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