Review of Legit Writing Jobs – My Honest Opinion

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What is it?
A program that provides you training and a list of job openings for freelance jobs.

Name: Legit Writing Jobs

Price: $4.95 as a trial member for 3 days, then $17.97/mo unlimited access, but under “Terms of Service”, it states if membership not cancelled, the $77.00 monthly fee will be charged

Owner: None found

Website: www.legitwritingjobs.com

Real Reviews:

Review 1

Review 2

My Recommendation:no

Overall Rating: 0/5

zero star

Pros
-60 day 100% satisfaction money back guarantee
-Get paid to freelance write

Cons
-A member fee that must be paid to get legit writing work 
-Can’t try program free before you pay

Who benefits from this product?

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What kind of work can I do?
Freelance writing
Proofreading
Writing blogs
Content Writing

Training overview
Once you pay, they give you access to:

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Support
There is a “contact us” section at the bottom of the page. Once you click on it, you will fill in a form. In my past experience, the support is hit or miss. Sometimes they reply and sometimes they don’t. Before you pay for the product, ask them a question and see how long it takes them to reply.

Final Opinion
I didn’t pay for this product. I just did my research on it and decided I won’t pay for this type of FAKE program. Even the name of their site is dishonest. There are a lot of red flags about this program. You should never have to pay something for work. The fact that they “hide” the real price of the program is very scammy to me. You shouldn’t have to pay for a list of writing jobs. You can do that on the internet yourself at no cost to you. Why do you need to pay for them to provide you a job listing? It’s their way of getting your money. Always look under the “Terms of Service.” That is where they hide their REAL fees.

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When the name of the owner is not found anywhere, beware because they know they are running a scam program and they are covering up their identity. If it was truly an honest program, then they wouldn’t be a chicken (coward) and hiding their identity and would be proud of their legitimate program.

Their verified business is just an image and when I clicked on it, nothing happens. Usually when you click on verified business, another link opens up indicating it has been verified.

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The bank statements are outdated. It dates back to 2010. If you say this really works, you should really keep up with your content in keeping it current. The last time they updated the website was 2011. That is a huge red flag. This website sits there and rips people off of their money.

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In order to make money, it takes more than 2 months to make money, so 60 day money back guarantee is a scam. If you want to make money online, it doesn’t happen quick and it doesn’t happen overnight. Be cautious of 60 day money back guarantee, because you may not get your money back. This is their way of reeling you in. Once they get your money, you are nothing to them. I have been there with past programs.

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They indicate you can make pretty good money in writing, but if you are a beginner, the amount they pay may not be accurate. A lot of freelance jobs don’t pay well if you are a beginner. This is false advertisement, by showing you how much you can get paid (showing you shiny object) so you will put your credit card information in. I got this program through an email and here is what you supposedly could make for each job.

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If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Explore the whole website when you are debating on trying out a program. Read reviews. If there are any red flags, chances are there will be more red flags. Save your money and keep an eye out. There are too many scams out there than honest programs. Here are ways to detect scams.

To make money online, you need to put in a lot of time and hard work, initially. You have to stay motivated and patient. If you would like to learn how to make an income online and try out a free trial before deciding if you like the program, read my review at Wealthy Affiliate.

Have you used this program? Please share you experience, comments or questions below.

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Review of Paid Social Media Jobs – My Honest Opinion

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What is it?
A program that shows you how to get paid doing social media work on Facebook, Twitter and You Tube.

Name: Paid Social Media Jobs

Price: $54 with 50% discount for USA to $27, then another discount to $17

Owner: Annie Jones

Website: www.paidsocialmediajobs.com

Real Reviews:

Review 1

Review 2

My Recommendation:no

Overall Rating: 0/5

zero star

Pros
-60 day 100% satisfaction money back guarantee
-Indicates can make money by doing easy social media tasks
-Once first task is complete, social media partners pays you $50 for start up fee you paid in addition to how much you earned from the job

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Cons
-Sob story that is similar to other scam programs
-Extremely large fonts followed by really small fonts is how scammers try to grab your attention, which is a poor tactic
-A member fee that must be paid to work that covers costs for web hosting and customer service team
-Slow load page
-Can’t try program before you pay

Who benefits from this product?
Anyone 18 of age or older

What kind of work can I do?
Help businesses with their Facebook and twitter accounts by doing tasks, such reading, replying to comments, schedule posts, uploading videos, etc.

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Training overview
Once you pay, they show you how to find easy social media jobs. Also, they show you how to get businesses to give you products for free to test as part of social media manager duties.

Support
There is a “support” or “contact us” section at the bottom of the page. You click on “New support ticket” and fill in the blanks. In my past experience, the support is hit or miss. Sometimes they reply and sometimes they don’t. Before you pay for the product, ask them a question and see how long it takes them to reply.

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 Final Opinion
There are a lot of red flags about this program. You should never have to pay something for work. Do you pay your boss money to work? Why do you need to pay before you get trained to do a job? In real life jobs, employers pay you to get trained. Most scam programs have extremely large fonts followed by extremely small fonts to try and get your attention. Anyone that showboats how much money they have made is trying to make you want that amount of money. In her “Story”, she indicates she has been doing this for 12 months, but that doesn’t add up. The image shows 2013 and we are in 2016.

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This site sounds too good to be true and the fact that they indicate jobs are easy doesn’t make me jump to want this job. How valuable is their program if they decrease the start up fee by 50%. I find it extremely tacky as they had a pop up screen about every 30 seconds to make me join. Then, when I clicked, “Yes, Let me in”, they gave even more discount to the product. Must be a crummy product to sell it even cheaper. Usually, in scam programs if they decrease their price, once you get into the program, there will be upsells.

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It states anyone can do this job, but that is not true. Not everyone is on social media or computer literate.

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 It states people in The United States can make money by doing this job..

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BUT under the “Earning Disclaimer”, this is what I found:

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I got tricked in paying for a program with a 60 day money back guarantee before. I did not get a refund and it was within the 60 days money back guaranteed. I emailed them 3 times with no reply, so I won’t believe 60 day money back guarantee anymore. In order to make money, it takes more than 2 months to make money, so 60 day money back guarantee is a scam.

Unfortunately, there are more scam programs out there than legitimate programs. To make an income online working, you need to put in the hard work, long hours initially. It does pay off, but you have to stay motivated and patient and not hope for income to come in a day or a week or a month. If you would like to learn how to make an income online and try out a free trial before deciding if you like the program, read my review at Wealthy Affiliate. This is the only program where I have earned some kind of money.

Have you used this program? Please share you experience, comments or questions below.

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Review of Face Beast – My Honest Opinion

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What is it?
A program that teaches you how to make an income using Facebook.

Name: Face Beast

Price: $97 activation fee, with a coupon code $34

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Owner: William Moore

Website: www.facebeast.com

Real Reviews:

Review 1

Review 2

My Recommendation:no

Overall Rating: 0/5

zero star

Pros
personal-coaching-60 day 100% satisfaction money back guarantee
-Can do work anywhere in the world
-No previous experience needed
-States doesn’t require hours of work
-Indicates not a pyramid scheme
-When you pay membership fee, you get a bonus for 1-on-1 personal coaching
-Indicates a legitimate opportunity
-Don’t need to cold call on the phone
-Don’t need to invest a large amount of money
-Don’t need to bother anyone you know

Cons
bank-outdated-Outdated bank statements
-Extremely large fonts followed by really small fonts is how scammers try to grab your attention, which is a poor tactic
-Not clear on what type of work you will be doing
-Have to pay first to start working

Who benefits from this product?
Anyone 18 of age or older

What kind of work can I do?
It is not explained until you pay the membership fee

Training overview

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Support
There is a “support center” at the bottom of the page. Once you click there, you fill in the blanks in hope someone replies back.

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Final Opinion
There are a lot of red flags about this program. You should never have to pay something for work. Do you pay your boss money to work? It indicates no previous experience is needed. Well, not everyone is computer savvy. Why is it not clearly indicated what type of job you will be doing? Why do you need to pay before you find out what the job entails? Most scam programs have extremely large fonts followed by extremely small fonts to try and get your attention. Anyone that showboats how much money they have made is trying to make you want that amount of money. This site sounds too good to be true and the fact that the job description is not clearly stated, I will not pay them a penny. Would you go to a job without knowing what type of work you will be doing? How valuable is their program if they decrease the member fee by 65%. Most programs that give discounts have a lot of upsells once you get into the member area. No thank you!

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Any program that says you can make money quick is lying. To make an income online working, you need to put in the hard work, long hours initially. It does pay off, but you have to stay motivated and patient and not hope for income to come in a day or a week. If you would like to learn how to make an income online and try out a free trial before deciding if you like the program, read my review at Wealthy Affiliate.

Have you used this program? Please share you experience, comments or questions below.

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Review of My Top Tier Business (MTTB) – My Honest Opinion

 

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What is it?

A guided 21 step course that teaches you how to make high end commissions at home or anywhere online.

Name: My Top Tier Business (MTTB)

Price:

$49 initial fee to get inside program

$2497 at Step 6 in order to proceed to next step

Didn’t go far enough into program but >$2497

Owners: Matt Lloydmatt-lloyd

Website: www.mttbsystem.com

Real Reviews:

Review 1

Review 2

My Recommendation: no

Overall Rating: 0/5 

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There’s always good and bad things about something.. Nothing is perfect.

Pros

Advertises done for you product

Get a 1-on-1 personal coach free

Free and unlimited access to top tier coach

No need to call and follow up because there is a phone team that takes care of making the sales

Advertises good earning potential

Advertises can do everything in 30-45 minutes a day a couple weeks a month

Initial $49 fee has 30 day money back guarantee

Zero risk meaning you can keep your full time job until you are making a lot of money

Can do job anywhere you want in the world

Can make money while vacationing

Get paid every 2 weeks

Advertises you could get rich

Advertises this is real and 100% legitimate

Make a commission in 30 days of joining MTTB or he will pay you $500 in cash

 

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Cons

 If you want to earn high commission, you have to become a mobe licensee by making an investment of $2497

Videos are long, monotone and boring

You have to put in money to make money

Sales funnel

They try to sell you many products

Cant move forward with 21 step program when you get to Step 6 until you pay them $2497

30 day money back on certain products

They have you bring them traffic and sell their products once you completed the steps

There is a fee to join the affiliate program

To make money you have to bring traffic to MOBE sign up pages

Who benefits from the product?no-prior-experience

Beginners

18 years and older

People with no computer skills

What kind of work can I do?

It was not clear what I would be doing. Even after I paid the initial $49, I still was not informed what the job would be. The instruction in the email told me to get in touch with my coach, watch a video, write down what I learned or any questions and then contact the coach in order to move onto the next step.

Training Overview

Videos

Training lessons

Webinars

1-on-1 coaching

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Support

There’s a phone number to call for support, which I called because if you couldn’t get a hold of your coach it said to call support. They were not any help in my opinion. It was more of a answering service. There’s an area to contact support at the bottom of the page where you will be redirected to Mobe.com where you submit a request or find a question from selecting a box that is presented on the page.

Final Opinion

I got scammed into paying the initial $49 fee. What I found ridiculous was I had to set up an appointment to speak with my personal coach before I can start Step 1. The personal coach acted like she was so busy and so I was left in the dark all weekend not able to move to my next step, which I thought was a waste of time. They claim if you follow the steps in 30 days you should be making a commission or he will give you $500 if you don’t make a commission. The catch is you have to be doing the 21 steps in 30 days in order to get the $500. You can’t possibly finish the steps in 30 days if I am wasting days waiting on the coach to contact me so she can unlock the next step.

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When I first paid the initial fee, I had it in my mind I would only be paying that. When I went to step 1, their tasks told me to purchase a book and another book. By step 2, I got fed up with paying for books and still didn’t know what my job was going to be. I didn’t get far enough where I got scammed 1000s of dollars, but I felt it was a scam and lost interest pretty quickly.

Good thing right?

This was around the time I found Wealthy Affiliate. Almost a month of working with the Wealthy Affiliate program, I went and researched MTTB and remembered there was a 30 day money back guarantee. So I went to their support center and requested for my refund of $49. The only good thing about MTTB was I got my refund in 7 days. If you would like to learn about the program I have been working with, read my review and watch the video of Wealthy Affiliate.

There were several red flags in MTTB:

1.Done for you product

Life is not easy in general. This product, to me is too good to be true. How do you learn how to build your online business if it is done for you? How is that helping you in the long run?

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2. You could get rich

This is deceiving putting the word “rich” in. Of course many people want to get rich. But I don’t think they want to be a scam artist to get rich. It takes time and hard work to “get rich”, unless you are the lucky few that inherited or grew up rich.

3. 30 day money back guarantee

Read the fine print under terms and conditions. They give you money back guarantee on your initial payment of $49 to enter the program, but not for certain products they upsell you with. Another tactic to make you to believe you have nothing to lose.

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4. They have you sell their products and bring them traffic when you complete the steps

When I paid the initial fee, my intentions was to work from home, build my OWN business and be my OWN boss. If they are teaching me to bring traffic to their site and selling their products, that is not close to reaching my goal.

5.Shiny object

I don’t believe he will give you $500 if you don’t make a commission. There’s a catch. You have to do the 21 day step course for 30 days and show you have been working on it. This is a tactic to reel you in and scam you to pay for the initial fee so they can scam you on their upsells when you get inside the program.

He also advertises he will give you a Mercedes Benz, but that is only if you meet your sales quota. He doesn’t give you a car. It is a lease and if you meet your sales, he pays your lease monthly. When you don’t, then you are out of luck. He will say anything to persuade you to put in those numbers on your credit card.

6.You can work 30-45min a day a couple weeks a month

This is deceiving. They will say anything to get your attention. Initially, it requires a lot of hard work and time. This is what they leave out. In order to be successful, the initial start up of any business takes a lot more time than 30-45 minutes a day.

7. Zero risk

They say there is no risk in doing this program and you can continue to work at your job full time until you make a good income. Of course they will say that. They want you to have money to purchase their upsells. There is a lot at risk here. Some people are very vulnerable and really want the program to work and they pay for the program and spend thousands in hopes they can quit their job. Unfortunately, they realize it will be a while before they can quit their job because they just been scammed away their hard earned wages or put themselves more in debt.

8. A fee to join the affiliate program and pay for MOBE license rights to sell their products

You should NEVER have to pay a fee to be an affiliate. You are bringing business to them. That is a profit for them.

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After I clicked on “Become an Affiliate Now!” tab, this screen pops up.

fee-to-be-in-affiliate-programNot free to me and contradicts the first screen that says, “Anyone can become a Regular Affiliate (which is FREE to join) and promote these products.”

9. When I leave the page, a pop up shows up and discounts the price to $19.

 

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But when you stay on the page, you get transferred to this page and it shows after you try it, then you will pay him the remaining $30.00 so it isn’t a discount.

 

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Again, doing anything and saying anything to reel you in. BEWARE of this product!

Have you used this product? Please share your experience below. I would love to hear about them.

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Review of Coffee Shop Millionaire – My Honest Opinion

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What is it?

Coffee Shop Millionaire is a program that trains people on internet marketing by video with learned systems, tools and methods. This is used to make an income to start their own business.

Name: Coffee Shop Millionaire

Price: $0 according to beginning of video, $37 if you act now towards end of video, $27 if you exit out of page, $47 if you wait

Owner: Anthony Trister

Website: www.coffeeshopmillionaire.com

Real Reviews Below:

Review 1

Review 2

My Recommendation: no

Overall Rating: 0/5

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There’s always good and bad things about something.. Nothing is perfect.

Pros

money-back-guaranteeCan be done on the side while you are still working as advertised

No specialized knowledge needed

60 day money back guarantee

Build a foundation of income before you quit your job

Freedom to work in any location

No need to spend money to see results as advertised

Not a get rich overnight scheme

Every step can be done for free

System guides you by the hand

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Long, BORING, monotone video

Outdated information

Training from 2014

States need to put effort to make money

You have to pay more after you pay the initial price

Doesn’t show you how to do the work

Who Benefits from the product?

Anyone who wants to earn extra income

Anyone with no programming or internet experience

What kind of work can I do?

Doesn’t explain what kind of work you will be doing exactly until you pay

Follow steps on how to make money online videos

Duplicating the Coffee Shop Millionaire

Cut and paste system

Training Overview

Videos

Provides models of something that is already working to generate income

Support

There is a phone number, email and address provided

Reviews have complaints you are left in the dark with no support

Final Opinion

In my honest opinion, this product is a scam. I bought this program a few years ago. Obviously it did not work. I was left in the dark. I don’t think I got my money back. If you have to pay something to make money, be weiry. Because you will need to pay more. That is how the scams are.

Anyone showing you how much they make in their bank account is also a scam. Look at how outdated the bank account is.

Be careful when they brag about their nice cars and nice vacations and nice shiny objects. This is also a sign of a scam to make you want the same things, grab your credit card and pay them. Also, they rush you to hurry up and join before the timer goes out for a 20% off discount. I was on the page longer than the timer and the price did not go up.

 

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Another sign of a scam when you are leaving the page and there’s a pop up that decreases the price if you join now. If they decrease the price, how valuable is their product?

 

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Whenever there is a guarantee or a money back guarantee, be weiry because most times you wont make money. If you look at the term and disclaimer, you will see a description of what I am talking about. Why would I waste my time if after the training, I am not guaranteed I will be earning an income.

 

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If you want to learn how to make money online or build a successful business online, read my review at Wealthy Affiliate.

Have you used this program? Please leave any comments or questions below.

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