This is only for Norwegians living in Norway. Or someone who knows someone in Norway.
We are an Internet Service Provider / Telecommunications company based in Frankfurt, Germany.
We are working together with a Norwegian telecommunications provider. They provide us with local telephone numbers in Norway.
We have a customer in the United States that uses a bunch of these numbers. They broadcast radio over the telephone (BBC and others) for people who want to listen to their home stations while abroad respectively for emigrated locals who want to listen to their stations in their country of origin.
Now, the Telecom law in Norway has a changed a bit, and we need to give an address of a Norwegian individual or a Norwegian company to the Norwegian telecommunications provider that we work with in order to continue to be able to use those numbers.
That means, we can no longer use these numbers if we don't have our own presence in Norway (as an Norwegian individual or a Norwegian company).
Since we are a German company located in Germany, we need someone in Norway. That could be you. We will pay a one-time fee of 350 EUR to you which is about the profit we earn on those numbers in a period of 12 months.
All you need to do is to allow us to use your name and address so that we can pass it to the Norwegian telecommunications provider.
The service is 100% legal, and I will provide you with the name and URL of our customer in the United States, and also with the telephone numbers themselves so you can call them if you want and convince yourself of the service.