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Paid Social Media Jobs

Overall Rating: SCAM
Type of Business: Freelance Social Media Work
Skill Level Needed: N/A
Income Potential: N/A
Website: http://paidsocialmediajobs.com
Recommended: No/Scam

Paid Social Media Jobs Income Opportunity Scam Review

By David Harris

“Paid Social Media Jobs”, by Annie Jones and found at paidsocialmediajobs.com, is a website that is supposed to have a database of companies you can apply to for employment doing social media type tasks.

Social media work can comprise of many different tasks that employers and their employees are too busy to do themselves.

Some of these tasks include posting and liking on Facebook, tweeting on Twitter and commenting on YouTube videos as well as managing aspects of the company’s own social media sites including LinkedIn, Pinterest, etc.

Social media work is just barely starting to get recognized as a valid component of any company’s marketing department, but employers still don’t think it’s important enough to hire full time people for those duties.

Thus, outsourced positions are available for freelance social media specialists to apply for.

PaidSocialMediaJobs.com claims they have plenty enough companies in their database needing people to fill.

Paid Social Media Jobs has a 3 day trial for $1 for you to have a chance to look over their membership site.

However, they will automatically charge you $77 dollars without notice for the full membership, full access to their listings and software tools.

3 days aren’t anywhere near enough to find work, and if you have to pay someone in order to hopefully get a chance to work then there is definitely something wrong.

The sample jobs in the search jobs appear made up just to get you interested in signing up for the membership.

Looking further in, “Paid Social Media Jobs” did charge the $77 when I paid for the $1 trial, so I looked to Clickbank for my full refund instead of contacting them directly.

However, I did have a chance to look at those so called social media jobs.

Some of these job descriptions from Paid Social Media Jobs have you doing work in getting companies ridiculously impossible things like 4,000 hits or likes in an hour, a million in a few days and other similar nonsensical things that. And unless you have some illegal bot software, its 100% not doable.

So yeah… it’s definitely a scam!

On top of this, they use a fake “Fox News” image clip that has nothing to do with nor endorses “Paid Social Media Jobs” in any way, shape or form.

I’ve had my share of clients I admin for on their social media and I can tell you that it takes a lot of time to build your own social media management business.

Take the time to gain proper skills before finding this work online elsewhere without having to pay scammers like ‘Paid Social Media Jobs’ for the chance of taking your time and money from you.

I absolutely do not recommend the scam “Paid Social Media Jobs”.

Thanks for reading…

– David

 

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Shakti Kumar Jain on :

The review of ‘Paid Social Media Jobs’ by ‘SCAMXPOSER’ is really awakening. In fact, I just click ‘Scamxposer’ from Google search since it was found at the first search place. thanks for the correct and selfless review saving millions from the fraudulent charge by the ‘Paidsicalmediajobs’.

Thanks for the post. I almost joined and paid the discount price. I also Googled Paid social media jobs and a ton came up on job board sites. As I was re reading the adpage I asked myself if I can find those kind of jobs myself do I really want to pay someone to do the same. That’s when I decided to find some reviews.

Mary Pienzi on :

Thanks for the review. I am always skeptical of jobs that require payment from the employee or freelancer.

Thank you for the great article. Like those so-called international companies who are hiring Work at Home people I knew it was a money making scam as soon as I saw it, but thought I would look it up online just to see what other people are saying about it. What’s next? How about a Professional Junk Food Eater? Or a Professional TV Watcher, or a combined Professional Junk Food Eater and TV Watcher? Or a Day Dreamer, a Bird Watcher, a Bus Rider or a Video Game Player or a New Music Listener? Where do I apply?

All the scamming bs says it all in the terms and services. Its amazing how stupid they think we are, right?

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Yep another scam if you got to pay money to work ask you self does A real job like working for wal-mart,Ga. power(electrical company whatever yours my be called). or any legit company that you know and would like to work for. Ask any of their employees if they had to pay the company to go to work for them? In simple if on of these so called on-line jobs was actually legit. You would not have to pay them to go to work

 

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