I saw these write up on nairaland ,the very truth about GNLD,below is the write up ..
They won't tell you the truth until you are in. Wellness homes which is located on 9 oremeji street, isolo Lagos claims to be a health maintenance organisation and they advertise fake jobs on Nigerian job portals.
Wellness homes claims to be a health maintenance organisation but they are just a distributor of a foreign company known as GNLD. Wellness homes has many subsidiaries such as bloomnet, healthstream alliance and keylinks golgen concept, Accent Hills (Now in Akure) Etc.
They claim to be in search graduates to work as business development executives, client relations officers, admin officers etc. They advertise these fake jobs on jobsites and after you have applied, they send you text message inviting you for an interview at no 9 oremeji street, isolo, lagos or at any of their branches. Notice that the text message arrives late on the day before the interview. This is done in order for you not to be able to verify the address. Just type 9 oremeji street in google and you will find many stories about it.
On arrival at the interview, graduates that have traveled from distant parts of Nigeria in the hope that a genuine company wants to interview them for a job discover that is not the case. Wellness homes and its subsidiaries are just distributors of supplements.
In Nigeria today, the demand for supplements is low and the people at wellness homes know this but they have to sell their products. And what better way to sell their products than to lure unsuspecting jobseekers into purchasing their products. That is the truth about wellness homes, they are wholesalers and they want you to buy their products. They are the sellers and you are the buyer.
In my professional opinion I won’t advice you to purchase the supplements because there is no demand for it. The people at wellness homes know this, if the demand is there why cant they sell it themselves and keep the profits for themselves.
Wellness homes charge jobseekers =N= 8500 for training to become a nutritionist, but again the market is not there for nutritionists. In my professional opinion I won’t advice you to pay the training fee of =N=8500. It is after you have paid the training fee of =N=8500 that they inform you that they are distributors and that you have to buy their supplements. The minimum you can buy is around =N=30,000 worth of supplements. If you sell this =N=30,000 worth of supplements you will make around =N=48,000 as revenue giving you a profit of =N=18,000. But the demand is not there and you may end up not selling the supplements for months or years.
The issue with wellness homes is that they are not operating illegally, all they do is to deceive jobseekers into paying =N=8500 for training and into buying their products. Because they are not operating illegally, you can’t file a lawsuit against them or call the police. But what you can do is to demand a refund of your =N=8500 training fee because they did not inform you that you have to buy their supplements.
If they refuse to refund your training fee, then you can sue them or call the police. =N=8500 may seem like small money but if 1000 jobseekers don’t ask for a refund the amount they make from unsuspecting jobseekers is =N=8,500,000. Also, if 1000 jobseekers purchase =N=30,000 worth of supplements, the amount they make from unsuspecting jobseekers is =N=30,000,000 worth of supplements.
The more products unsuspecting jobseekers buy from them, the more profits they make as wholesalers plus the foreign company known as GNLD pays them more commission and gives them travel benefits. Please be informed that this travel benefit is only for the few top bosses of wellness homes. But they trick you into believing that you can also become one of the top bosses by selling more supplements.
The fact is that you will never sell enough supplements because the market is not there. But wellness homes have their market, you are their market. They are more or less dumping the supplements on you. My advice to you is to ask for a refund of your training fee and get out.
Wellness homes also claim to test people with a machine known as the quantum resonance body analyzer. They claim that this device can test 30 internal organs of the body, but is that so? In my professional opinion, in order to test internal organs of the body, you need to take not only one blood test but a series of blood and sample tests so how can a mechanical device test the functioning of your internal organs without blood or sample tests.
Also, there is not enough information on the Chinese made quantum machine by western scientists. If the machine is truly genuine then more information will be available to everyone. In my professional opinion it is not possible to test the functioning of internal organs without blood or sample tests.
Wellness homes lure unsuspecting jobseekers into paying the training fee and in to buying their products by informing the jobseekers that wellness homes will provide them with the quantum machine in order to carry out tests on Nigerians at a price of around =N= 4000 per test. They in form the jobseekers that the jobseekers can test over 100 people per day resulting in a revenue of =N= 400,000 per day.
They claim to pay jobseekers all of the revenue made form the quantum tests. But why are they so generous? If the test is truly genuine why can’t they carry out the test themselves and keep the profits for themselves. They do this to lure jobseekers into paying the =N=8500 training fee. I don’t know whether or not they carry out the quantum test on Nigerians or not but in my professional opinion it is not possible for mechanical device to test the functioning of internal body organs. You might as well test your internal organs with a boiling ring or a gas cooker as far as I am concerned.
The main trick jobseekers fall for is the lie that you can make =N=4000 per test. I am sure that Nigerians are not silly and they will rather go to a public hospital for a blood and sample test than to spend =N=4000 on a phantom machine. You may have read blogs about people claiming to make lots of money from quantum tests but it is probably the people at wellness homes that that put the message on the blog in order to deceive jobseekers.
My advice to jobseekers is to demand a refund a refund of their training fee. But again if you believe that you can sell their products, it is up to you. But the truth is that the market is not there but wellness homes have their market, you are their market. Wellness homes don’t offer jobs, they are just wholesalers of products that nobody wants to buy. My advice to jobseekers is to google the addresses of the interview before you go for the interview. For your information 9 oremeji street, isolo is a bungalow located in a residential neighborhood and there is no signboard on the building.
It is the responsibility of all to make sure that the employers that post jobs on ngcareers.com are genuine and that the job that is being advertised is genuine.
I will like to use this opportunity to urge the public to expose wellness homes and No. 9 Oremeji and other addresses in the country Nigeria and their nationwide branches.