Can The Website work-at-home-jobs.tv Be Trusted?
July 16, 2012 1:59 AM
Mar 31, 2014
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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 The only person making any money here is the one that owns the original website selling the useless, outdated list of company names copied from some online directory.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.
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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