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Legit Online Jobs

Overall Rating: SCAM
Type of Business: Link Posting Scam
Skill Level Needed: N/A
Income Potential: N/A
Website: http://www.legitonlinejobs.com
Recommended: No/Scam

Legit Online Jobs – Scam Review

Legit Online Jobs, by Ross Williams and found at legitonlinejobs.com, is yet another link posting scheme chock full o’ warning signs. I will list them all one by one in this review, starting with the fact that you will find no jobs here, legit, online, or otherwise.

From the obvious fake stock photos of happy customers on the front page to the unclickable logos of two anti-virus companies positioned there to try to make you think this is a safe and legit company – all the red flags are on parade.

There is a little blurb saying they are the #1 work at home opportunity, but “Legit Online Jobs” never really says who or which organization voted them number one unless of course they voted themselves #1.

 

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Take the time to have a laugh by reading the earnings disclaimer, it’s real a hoot. Yeah… it’s really not, but the language makes it clear that they don’t even have confidence in their own company that you’ll make any money with them beyond the standard earnings disclaimers you find on other sites.

They say that this company is all about helping you make money real easy with link posting ads but there is so much more to it that they leave out. Legitimate link posting involves lots of time, effort and spending more money than the initial fee you paid when you signed up.

What they really don’t tell you is how they really make their money. They sic a ‘senior rep’ on you who will do their very best to talk you into spending at least $2,000 to $3,000 for more “extra special” training. Many people have complained about this.

The amount of endless calls from their aggressive sales people is designed to wear you down so you eventually give up and spend lots more of your money on their so called business coaching programs that really won’t help you to succeed at all… none of it will.

Another way they make money off of you is by reselling your personal information to third party clients that you give them when you sign up. Even though they claim they won’t do that they of course do that because they will not leave any money on the table. It’s how all these scammers make additional money.

If you did sign up with Legit Online Jobs, cancel your card and hope you can get your money back when you find all this to be true. It’s close to impossible to get a refund, as they will let you know in their disclaimer.

Please don’t bother with this not legitimate one. It’s an outright scam.

Thanks for reading…

– David

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Williams College on :

Hey nice post. I hope it’s alright that I shared
it on my Facebook, if not, no worries just let me know and
I’ll remove it. Regardless keep up the good work.

You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be really something that I
think I would never understand. It seems too complicated and extremely broad for me.
I’m looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of
it!

 

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