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Can The Website work-at-home-jobs.tv Be Trusted?

Date: July 16, 2012 1:59 AM - Views: 2,321 - Article ID:4721 - Comments: 3
Can The Website work-at-home-jobs.tv Be Trusted?

Yesterday I received an e-mail with the subject "This Work At Home Position is Perfect for You". The e-mail states that I can be my own boss by working at home. Clicking any of the links in the e-mail message took me to work-at-home-jobs.tv. I have never tried their services but, I have gathered comments from persons who have claimed that they have used it.

Personally, I do not trust this website but, you can determine this yourself by reading the comments below.

This is a copy of the e-mail message:

Subject: This Work At Home Position is Perfect for You

Hello, I am writing to inform that you have a chance to work at home with the help of this company

I've heard reports this company opened a few positions in their online work from home training and jobs

 program and after verifying their legitimacy I can confidently say this is really a perfect great opportunity for you.


Here are the comments and their sources:

100% scam. The only way to make money is SELLING the training/resources, not USING the system. 

If the training/resources were so profitable, why would the owner want to decrease his and everyone's income by having more people trained? More people vying for the same jobs at the same time means more competition and less opportunity, chance and income potential for all involved in the system. The only person making any money here is the one that owns the original website selling the useless, outdated list of company names copied from some online directory. 


The '100% money back guarantee is completely and utterly worthless. Clickbank, paypal and credit cards do not give refunds for ebooks, downloads, access, mentoring, advice, instructions, directions, virtual money or any other kind of non-tangible electronic goods, which is what is being purchased here, non-tangible electronic goods. Just another 'follow these vague instructions and you might be the one in a million that makes a bit of money following some program" type website. 


Reading the 'earnings disclaimer. "terms of use" and 'privacy policy' are all very telling. Translated, they know you won't make any money, your payment is non-refundable, they can cancel your membership any time for any reason and while you attempt to follow the training, they and other companies will spam you with other offers. The website is lying, that program was never featured on CNBC, ABC, USA Today. BBC, or CNN. Look closely at the section that shows those logos, notice the faint line around the whole section? That is because that section is copy/pasted from some other site. Besides, those logos are 'Icons' not "links", if that program was really mentioned on those sites, then the owner would have links to the articles favorably mentioning this program. The only mention that webs/1e nas had on any news sites is the google ad that website owner paid to run in the banner ad box.


100% scam And, the street address on the site 
20235 N. Cave Creek Rd. #104-229 
Phoenix. AZ 85024

is 'The UPS Store. the #229 is a rented private mailbox. As long as someone pays the yearly fee, no one EVER has to pick up marl there. No mention of who owns that websae, their street address, their phone number. No way to easily contact anyone when you have questions and problems. 


it's the adage of 'if it's too good to be true, it usually - my sister was screwed by this.  cans to any number they have listed got her nowhere 

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  • Anonymous: 2 weeks, 7 days ago

    After looking on their site and finding it on some other site too being recommended along some other legitimate opportunities I thought it to be legit. But after reading this article I am dubious, but I think the contributor of this post should have been more responsible in providing the datas.


  • Anonymous: Mar 15, 2013

    Hello!

    I'm really astonished how some people claim that "work-at-home-jobs.tv" program is a scam !!! Whether these people haven't read the whole homepage or simply they want to give a bad reputation. I'm actually a member of "work-at-home-jobs.tv" since June 2010, and they are 100% legitimate and honest. Their training and the jobs they offer are great and really make you decent money if you dedicate yourself and follow their instructions. I'm actually making money with Data entry clerk program and with Article typing they offer.

    Best of Luck !

    Mehdi Z.

    Tunisia


  • Anonymous: Jan 17, 2013

    Well i have not at any problems with trying to get a hold of someone for any reason. So i would guess it would be based on the person and how much you want this because i am using the system and no one said it would be easy, it is hard work but it pays off, if you put your mind to it. People are looking for ways to get rich quick without working for it. With that being said, some of the material might be older but if you use your skills that you already have for the computer, then it might work for you. It works for me so to each there own, if you are not dedicated then it will not work for you, in that case nothing will if you cant be patient and do some hard work.


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