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Transcriptions Jobs At Home

Transcriptions Jobs At Home Business Review by David Harris “Transcriptions Jobs At Home”, found at adminclericalonlinejobs.com, is just a placeholder for ads that promise online work opportunity from their third party advertisers looking for people that do transcriptions from home as well as other telecommuting work. Transcriptions Jobs At Home has no actual jobs for you, and by registering with their third party advertisers you run the risk of paying to register for their services, which I do not agree …
 

Web Colleagues

Web Colleagues Scam Review by David Harris “Web Colleagues”, by Gary Endres and found at webcolleagues.com, is a website that at first says it’s about data entry but when you look deeper you will find out it’s about something completely different. The Web Colleagues bait and switch con involves luring you in with the promise of what may seem like a real and legitimate employment opportunity to the unschooled eye. They use clever tricks like calling it Work at Home …
 

Home Job Stop

Home Job Stop Review By David Harris Home Job Stop, found at myhomejobstop.com, is a very active job board specializing in telecommuting and real work from home jobs. You will not find any scams or junk posts here. In addition to their extensive job bank, they offer an exclusive online guidebook, email update reports, and more. Looking for full-time work doesn’t have to be a full-time job. If you’ve spent any amount of time looking for work online, chances are …
 

Next Job at Home

Next Job at Home Review by David Harris Next Job at Home found at nextjobathome.com and owned by NGM Media LLC and Isaac Klein, is a fairly new company set up to supposedly help you find telecommuting jobs. It is free to register on the actual website. The jobs, however, are another issue altogether. On one hand, there are so many complaints about Next Job at Home that we here at ScamXposer just had to look into it to see …
 

My Data Team

My Data Team Review by David Harris “My Data Team”, by Gary Endres and Timothy Darwin and found at my-data-team.com, calls themselves a data entry jobs program, but it is anything but that. It’s more like a home business opportunity, and a bad one at that. Other scams we have exposed that work the link posing scam is just slightly different than My Data Team. My Data Team claims they can get work by using their system, yet it is …
 

Automated Daily Income

Automated Daily Income Review by David Harris “Automated Daily Income” (ADI), by Raena Lynn and found at automateddailyincome.com, is a recent addition to the evil pantheon of link posting scam clone websites polluting the internet. These sites offer the same designs with small variations like company name and URL link changes, and of course, the fictional single working moms’ names. Automated Daily Income happens to use a character named Raena Lynn, and to further the lie, the scammers have put …
 

Steady Home Income

Steady Home Income Scam Review by David Harris “Steady Home Income”, by Kelly Simmons and found at steady-home-income.com, is a link posting scam spawned to swindle peoples’ money. The fictional working mom, Kelly Simmons is used quite often in these scams, but she doesn’t really exist in real life. Her story is also a work of fiction made up to convince you that someone got rich by using this program. However, the only ones that are getting rich off this …
 
 
 
 
 
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