The website myflexjob.com or flexibleonlinejob.com is actually the advertisement for the free trials. What they want you to do is fill out the form completely giving all of your information, and you get points for this. An example is get one month free trial of something, say magazines and paying shipping for $6.99. You give your credit card information and have to cancel in thirty days, or they charge the subscription price monthly. You will get 300 points for this, meaning $3.00 (100 points equals $1.00). Basically they have you fill out as many of these free trials as possible for points, which are minimal.
The fraudulent website - myflexjob.com or flexibleonlinejob.com, gets paid from businesses to advertise their free trials. The way they get paid is every time they get someone to order they get a commission. We are the ones doing this, not the ones getting the commission.
Again, points are minimal and money probably will not be given. Then we will end up with all these free trials and be responsible for canceling them, or our credit cards will be charged.
Total scam. We end up losing lots of money. They really are selling MYPCBackup which you need to begin costing you money, and they get a commission. They are also getting a commission from the companies of the free trials because every time we fill out the form for one they make money for selling their products. They are making all the money while we are stuck with all these free trials and having to cancel all these companies because our credit cards are being charged monthly for the the products, which we signed a disclaimer saying monthly charges will begin unless we cancel.
The website myflexjob.com or flexibleonlinejob.com needs to be shut down. The actual owners are in the UK. I know this because on the bottom of emails it gives the address, which I never looked at. I was lucky enough to figure this right away about the free trial. I sent them an email about the scam and blocked them on my card. I told the credit card representatives about this and they are not charging me. Luckily it was only the $25 for the back up. I'm just worried about what they actually downloaded on my computer.
Submitted by an anonymous user.