Link Posting Jobs
|Type of Business:||Link Posting Scam|
|Skill Level Needed:||none|
|Income Potential:||$400 per day claimed|
Link Posting Jobs Review
by David Harris
Link Posting Jobs, by Cody Mitchell and found at linkpostingjobs.com actually advertises that they deal in link posting.
This intrigued me, after all the scams out there that claim they are data entry or some other misleading thing to lure unsuspecting targets.
These guys actually put “link posting” in their name.
However, I find it’s the same old routine.
They still try and pass it off as an actual job.
It is a business “opportunity” in which you have to shell out much more money than the entry fee to sign up with Link Posting Jobs.
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They still claim you can make about $400 a day working from home on your computer only spending one hour with no computer skills or experience needed.
This is not a possibility even with experience and skills unless you have posted hundreds of ads.
Link Posting Jobs claim you can make $9,000 per month, yet there is not one instance I’ve heard of in reality where anyone made anything even close to that.
No urban legend anywhere.
Even then you’re lucky to recoup the investment.
Link Posting Jobs claim you don’t have to sell, advertise or do affiliate marketing.
But it’s all about selling, advertising and it is indeed affiliate marketing.
True link posting involves paying for ad spots in the hope that someone clicks on the ad and actually buys something.
Your profit is what’s left after paying for these ad spots.
Link Posting Jobs uses the usual ploy of telling you that there are only a few spots left.
So you better hurry and pay the $67 dollars to secure your position or someone else will.
Link Posting Jobs throws in a few extras to have the newcomer perceive that the extra value is worth signing up for this scam.
The truth is; no real company anywhere will make you pay to be hired for a position with them.
It’s unethical at the very least.
If you weren’t sold, then the pop-up discount box appears after a little while on its own in hopes you get excited and sign up.
Link Posting Jobs doesn’t even wait for you to leave the site for the discount box to pop up.
The final red flag towards the bottom is the extra offer of envelope stuffing.
This is something everyone everywhere should know by now as being a total scam.
Beware of Link Posting Jobs and just pass quickly by.
Thanks for reading the review
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