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Real Translator Jobs

Real Translator Jobs Scam Review by David Harris “Real Translator Jobs“, found at realtranslatorjobs.com, is a website that ideally should serve as a go between with their database of companies in need of people looking for work as freelance translators. However, there are many customer complaints with “Real Translator Jobs” about problems with this service that will be addressed here. For starters, their claim of making up to $500 a day with Real Translator Jobs is highly unlikely.       Click HERE …
 

Paid Online Writing Jobs

Paid Online Writing Jobs Review by David Harris Paid Online Writing Jobs, found at paidonlinewritingjobs.com, is a database middleman site that offers writers a list of sites and companies needing writers to work for them. However, there are many red flags I will address. [ I Want To Build You a Monthly Income For Free, Click Here For Details ] To begin with, they offer membership for one dollar. But if you don’t cancel Paid Online Writing Jobs before 3 …
 

Pay Per Post

Pay Per Post a Scam or Legit? Pay Per Post by IZEA Innovation, found at payperpost.com, has already been submitted for review. If you would like to see a review of Pay Per Post, simply add your vote on it using the following link: Add Vote for “Pay Per Post“. Then click on the “Vote For Review” button. When enough votes have been accumulated, we will start the business research process and get a review of “Pay Per Post” completed …
 

Surveys Paid

Surveys Paid Review by David Harris “Surveys Paid” found at surveyspaid.com is a “get paid to take surveys” website that is not very promising, even though they promise that you can earn a full-time income from home. Surveys Paid also promises you will be able to take many surveys because survey takers are high in demand. They will have you think you will be hired to work their system for a living. Their sign up fee is $34.00 which is …
 

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 …
 

Home Income Package

Home Income Package Scam Review by David Harris Home Income Package, owned by Ethan Anderson and found at homeincomepackage.com, features notorious fictional mother, Katie Jenkins, whom the site claims works from home making about $257 a day with no skills. We’re here to debunk this wired myth and much more. It may be that the “Home Income Package” could be advertised on news channels, but many of these ‘work from home’ cons are advertised on radio and TV. However, they …
 

Virtual Bee

Virtual Bee Review by David Harris Virtual Bee formerly Key for Cash owned by Virtual Solutions and found at virtualbee.com. They work as a middleman between businesses and data entry personnel looking to get hired. Virtual Bee has the reputation of being on the level, but that still doesn’t mean much. You must register for membership with them first. Then Virtual Bee will give you a set of typing tests to evaluate if your skills are fast and accurate enough …
 

Data Entry Bucks

Data Entry Bucks Scam Review By David Harris “Data Entry Bucks”, found at dataentrybucks.com, is one of those ‘work from home opportunity’ companies that never quite seem to be what they advertise themselves to be. In this case an agency for data entry jobs. It’s not. First, they tell you that you can make up to 500 dollars a day with no skills or experience and only basic computer knowledge. So, no experience is needed to master a complicated business …
 

Mystery Shopper Employment Agency

Mystery Shopper Employment Agency – Scam Review Mystery Shopper Employment Agency, by Karen Somers found at mysteryshopperagency.org, is a company that charges you a fee to join to get access to their database of mystery shopping companies that recruit people to evaluate other companies and products anonymously or undercover. This type of “business opportunity” is one of the most well known as the scheme scammers and con-men use to rip people off. Even my next door neighbor, knowing what I …
 

Elite Mystery Shopper

Elite Mystery Shopper Review by David Harris Elite Mystery Shopper, by EliteMysteryShopper.com Site Central LLC, is found at elitemysteryshopper.com. They charge you a fee to join to get access to their database of mystery shopping companies that recruit people to evaluate other companies and products anonymously or undercover. The problem with mystery shopping is that it is riddled with scammers, con-men, and other disreputable entities. It is well known that many people have been swindled by some company or other …
 
 
 
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