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When I was creating the There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] had one of his associates stop by that address, and he gave the following report.

Bear in mind that Greg Potter from GDS informed me last week that they were moving to a much larger facility -- several hundred thousand square feet -- to be able to quadruple their projected output from 400 units/month to 1200 units/month.

: From: "George Wiseman"

: Sent: Monday, November 03, 2014 11:10 PM [GMT]

: Subject: Re: Water Powered Generator

: Guys,

: RE: Water Powered Generator

: GDS Technologies 727 Wilson Rd South Oshawa, ON Canada L1H 6E9 phone: +1 905-576-4888 email: []

: As I said I would, I've sent a trusted friend to 727 Wilson Road South in Oshawa, Ontario Canada.

: He went by the end of last week and he took these pictures at 10AM this morning.

: No one around... Certainly doesn't look like an operation set up to do 400+ units a month.

: Anyone got a correct address for these guys?

: May the blessings be.

: George Wiseman

And today he wrote:

: From: "George Wiseman"

: Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2014 9:38 AM [MDT]

: Subject: Re: Water Powered Generator

: Guys,

: > George,

: >

: > Hum... Maybe just call and ask?

: My friend is going to try to call. Frankly, if this is real I want to either be a distributor, affiliate or just promote it for the good of the planet. But I'm not going to promote something I haven't confirmed. So far, my personal experience is seeing red flags.

: > (I really don't believe this is real, looked like it was made in a garage)

: Building world class equipment in a garage isn't an issue for me. I've literally done that all my life. For example: my ERxxxx WaterTorches are significantly more efficient and practical than anything else on the planet, and I prototyped it in my mother-in-laws one car garage.

: Obviously you can't go into production of hundreds a month in a garage, but there's no problem prototyping.

: > "Feel free to contact one of our customer care representatives at 1 (905) 576-4888"

: > Representatives sounds like SALES? Very strange.. no Visa or credit cards.

: Not so strange, as I explained before. Credit Card Merchant privileges are not easy to acquire in Canada. It's a process that takes time, even after you decide to do it. Canadian banking is different than in the USA.

: May the blessings be

: George

-- SilverThunder 18:14, 4 November 2014 (UTC)

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