President of Stellar Awards Reveals 5 Ways How Its Been Scammed and Misrepresented
We want to thank our friends at Joy105.com for providing this information from the desk of first time blogger, President and COO of Stellar Awards, Erma Gray Davis. She has taken time to pick a bone, so to speak about how the Stellar Awards has been used, abused, scammed and misrepresented for the profit of others. Here’s her very first piece of blogging material where she takes the opportunity to set the record straight!
Ms. Erma Gray Davis speaks:
I was thinking about how blessed we are to have the Stellar Awards for 28 years. I can’t believe it has been 28 years. I think about how people flatter you by emulating you and we are glad that people want to be like us, but I must offer some “Pay ATTENTION not real” rules…….. what does this mean? It means there are fake, counterfeit, forged, phony, bogus, shammy (is this a word – I like it anyway?) people using the Stellar Awards name and logo for profit. You get what I mean.
So here are some “Pay ATTENTION, it is not real” rules.
1.Rule # 1 Every site that uses the Stellar Awards logo, image and name is NOT real. If the address is not 212 E. Ohio and the phone number is not 312-654-1100 – Pay ATTENTION, it is not real.
Now watch them start using our address and phone numbers.
2. Rule # 2 If people tell you that you can pay to become a Stellar Awards Nominee – “Pay ATTENTION, it is not real”. You must be a member of Stellar Awards Gospel Music Academy (SAGMA) to enter a project. The membership fee of $85 allows you to vote. Nominees are determined by voting SAGMA members and public voting – you cannot pay to be a Stellar Awards nominee…
Read the other 3 rules at Joy105.com!