Hey folks. I was recruited by TGN a while back, and after taking my time in figuring out what to do, I finally decided to sign up. The person who recruited me was an intern, and right around the same time I went through the proverbial paperwork which included the contract, his internship was abruptly ended without advanced notice. As a result, he wasn't able to do whatever needed to be done to scoot my application and stuff through the queue. He told me to email the partner support address, which I did. A couple days later I received a response informing me that my info couldn't be found, and asked me to send it in a response. I did so within a few minutes, including forwarding the email with the links to the contract and other stuff. I received the email from partnership support four days ago and have not heard anything since then. I realize that I need to be patient, and am ready to do so. But that's not really my issue. The thing that has me concerned and worried is the way this has played out so far. The email I received from the intern was not sent through a TGN address, and there were a few other things that seemed a bit odd. Years of baiting online scammers has taught me to be paranoid and be wary of certain red flags. Anyway, I did email TGN to ask if it was legit, and was assured that it was, and that the person who had recruited me was working for TGN. I guess my point is that I hope my experience with TGN thus far is not an indication of what I should expect in the future. Has anyone else had to deal with this kind of situation? Should I be worried that I completed the contract and now my information apparently cannot be located? (I've always been very, very apprehensive and wary of contracts, so this experience isn't something I am taking lightly.) Is there anything else I can do in order to get some kind of response from TGN? I feel like my hands are tied, so any input would be greatly appreciated.