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Last Updated: Septemeber 9, 2012

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45 Comments

  1. Marco says:

    Does anyone know of any ligitimate work at home jobs?

    • Marco says:

      Because sure this site helps get rid of scams for others but why not help each other out finding the real jobs out there

  2. Bs says:

    I’m not so sure about idealclix…because when i google about it some said that idealclix really pay you but some said that idealclix is a scam because they didn’t pay them and so and so….in fact right now i’m still doing research about it..quite confuse about it…because here i have some friends that are doing idealclix right now and they really got paid for it… so here can anyone give me the real site that really pay you without you investing any money on them first?

  3. TK says:

    nhminc.net/

    I can’t find much more info on this company. A little concerned and I want to be certain. They claim they are training me for a management position.

    • KVNPark says:

      Not sure what that site is about.
      Have they asked you to pay for anything and what kind of service are they offering?

      • TK says:

        No, they haven’t asked for a dime thankfully. The intent is that they want to train a manager to run the Home Depot Interior Design department. Sounds pretty legit. The thing that has me iffy is how fast it moves I guess.

        • KVNPark says:

          Don’t know what to tell ya. Keep us posted.
          Maybe they’re a legitimate agency. But once they ask for money, you know it’s a scam.

          • TK says:

            Okay…well do I have a lead or what.

            So , sure enough I went in for day one of my job and what do you know. They didn’t ask me to pay them no, however I figured out why the job lacks any background or anything. Has anyone here heard of The Smart Circle? Well it’s a company that gets people in to do sales commission jobs. Once they have someone they build up to the top (with a lot around them falling out mind you), they then give them a management position and some mini branch of a business to own themselves to start the cycle all over again. Basically, it’s a multi-level marketing scam. I large pyramid scheme.

            Not only that, but the person currently at the top of this particular branch has me come in 1 hour a day to be lectured, then give her my sales stats to send me home basically. I don’t even start getting paid nor do I get insurance benefits until I am allowed out on the floor, which that has to end after I finish training, so yeah. Fishy to me. Not going back.

          • KVNPark says:

            I see. So that’s what that was. Thanks for letting us know.

  4. Wendy says:

    My name is Wendy and I am looking for work from home. I have discovered that CashSystemOnline.com is definetely a scam. I spent good money to learn their “4 step plan to make money online” and received nothing, just a page which keeps sending to another page which sends you to the original page. Such a waste of my money and time!

  5. Dave McGuire says:

    I too, received an Email from Mark Brock @ Storm Tech. I think the whole thing is an elaborate scam. When they ask for your bank account info, that’s a definite tip off. Too bad they go to so much trouble to be dis honest. I guess deception really pays off for them. I wrote them and asked for a lot more info, but will probably never hear from them again. Beware! Dave

    • Brian says:

      I too received a very similar email. Since I am looking for work, I read with some interest as their are hints of a legitimate job offer. They dangle the money and seem to hope you will not question why money needs to be filtered through your personal accounts. And for what purpose? So that money transactions from foreign clients will not be delayed through normal banking methods? The more questions you have to ask the more shady it becomes. By making this seem like some kind of specialized job to justify it’s existence they try to make you feel comfortable. If they’re not laundering money it seems they want your money. Access to my personal account so they can let me know the funds are there to be transferred? I can’t confirm this is a scam, but they sure go out of their way to make it seem suspect.

  6. Jack says:

    Hi. I believe I may have received a scam work-at-home offer that isn’t listed here. however, I cannot verify whether it is or not. I do find it weird that they demand your bank account information in order to proceed though. Here is the email I received first:

    To: my email
    From: brock.stormtech@gmail.com via wl29www1118.webland.ch

    Hi Jack,

    My name is Mr. Mark Brock. Have you ever imagined a part-time job with a flexible schedule which would have just several easy requirements?:

    – Working hours are 2-3 hours a day from Monday though Friday;
    – Confident PC and Internet user;
    – Free training and on-line support;
    – Average base salary $2,300 a month during the training period. By the way, you’ll keep 8% from every money transfer processed. Base salary is constantly increasing depending on the employee’s results and diligence.

    Our Company is ready to offer you great possibility to earn working as a Financial Services Officer with us.

    Furthermore, you may ask for extra hours or even a full time job to increase your income.

    We do not require start-up costs and out of pocket expenses.

    Contact me back with the filled in form below and I will consider you as an applicant for the open position.

    Full name _________________________________________________
    Residence place __________________________________________
    Contact phone _____________________________________________

    Awaiting your prompt reply,
    HR Manager

    Now, I knew better than to simply reply with my information. I explained how I need further proof this isn’t some form of a scam, and until then I have no interest. About an hour or so later, I received this email back:

    To: my email
    From: job@stormtechltd.net
    (notice the different email address)

    Hello,

    To better understand what our company, Storm Tech, does and the concept of the FSO position I invite you to look over the information that I am enclosing in this e-mail. As we are working closely with a recruitment website www*beyound.com, so they had sent us Your resume.

    Our company creates a positive outlook and prosperity of businesses and individuals across the world. Managing Information Technology Outsourcing lands a great possibility for growth and development.

    We offer you to become one of our co-workers on the position Financial Services Officer.

    Minimum requirement for position are:
    – Required age – at least 18 y.o.!;
    – Internet access on a constant base;
    – Phone on which you can be reached any time;
    – Simple bank account (checking/savings) or a Verified Premier or Business PayPal account.

    Employment benefits that you will have with us (after the 30 day trial period):
    – Paid vacation;
    – Payment of medical and dental insurance;
    – Different courses and programs of business development.

    Refer to the links below for additional information: www*stormtechltd.net/job/finance2?lang=us

    Also recommend you see Frequently Asked Question: www*stormtechltd.net/job/finance/faq

    NOTES:
    – No investments of your own money, only time;
    – No sales involved ;
    – Stable salary and your earned commissions.

    Limited Time Offer with a Sign On Bonus! Learn more at: www*stormtechltd.net/job/finance-bonus?lang=us

    With all your questions you can contact us via phone or email.

    Thank you in advance for your time. I eagerly await your response.

    Best Regards,

    Mark Brock
    Recruitment Advisor

    Phone: 1-724-264-7675
    Fax: 1-585-410-6049

    It seems a little fishy to me. If someone out there can verify with totality whether this is a scam or not, I’m sure it would be very useful to others. I have not been able to find any credible information for or against this work-at-home deal. However, I refuse to submit my bank account information.

    Thank you for reading, and if anyone out there knows anything, please contact me!

    • sam says:

      Hi Jack,

      I received the same email yesterday. I think this is a scam also, I googled all the people on the web site and they seem to not exist. Also did a map quest for the address and it came up with the middle of the street. Did a phone number search and it appears sketchy. I am deleting it. I suggest you do the same.

    • HollowTearsOfJoy says:

      I just got a very similar address, which seems just as fishy.

      Good morning (insert name),

      Our Company specializes in IT, Legal & Accounting, we are pleased to extend the
      following offer of employment to you.

      Job title: FSO, department: Payment processing division.
      Job Description:
      – Work schedule: Mon – Fri, from 9 AM – 2 PM.

      This offer is contingent upon your passing our mandatory background check, which
      will be scheduled on date you create a Task Manager account, to determine your
      ability to perform the essential requirements of the Financial Services Officer
      position.

      The position is subjected to the following terms and conditions:
      • Base Salary: Will be paid in monthly installments of $2300, subject to
      deductions for taxes and withholdings as required by law and the company
      policies.
      • 8 % Commission.
      • Benefits:
      – Formal training via our personal supervisor training program
      – Management growth opportunities
      – Health care and retirement plan
      – Solid technology support
      – Paid vacation
      – Paid Sick leave

      • Non-Compete Agreement: non-compete agreement must be signed prior to start.
      • Terminating the employment: employment is at-will basis. Both parties can
      terminate the relationship with a notice of 2 weeks at any time.

      If you are in agreement with the above outline, please let me know. This offer
      is in effect for 5 business days.
      Contact us at krystal.starmer.job@gmail.com. I’m sorry, due to spam problem we
      have to use a gmail address, company e-mail address will be revealed to you
      after reply.

      Regards,

      Human Resources,
      Krystal Starmer

      • Joshua says:

        Jack, sam, and HollowTearsofJoy, I just received a very similar e-mail. I’ve been searching for jobs since I am close to receiving my Bachelors in Accounting. I got excited when I first saw the e-mail, but as I kept reading, I figured there was a very good chance it was a scam. After seeing your comments, I am 100% sure it is now. So, if anyone gets an e-mail like this, don’t fall for it.

        Here’s what my e-mail said:

        Good day Joshua [insert last name],

        All the changes that have come about in the past 10 years, from environmental policy to emerging technologies to the recession, have contributed to the creation of careers that never could have existed before.

        My name is Mark Brock and I’m with staffing of one of the biggest outsourcing company in US. We have found your resume and consider that you meet all the requirements of proposed position. We are seeking for a competent person to join our team. If you are interested in possessing of new expertise, start a new career and wish to receive a better compensation, we would be pleased to take you on.

        Company we are representing is small but respectful in outsourcing market which is situated in United Kingdom. Main aim is to achieve simpler communications between US outsourcing services with international market in this area.

        FSO is a part-time position. If you are just re-entering the workforce or are a recent college grad, this can be your opportunity to start a solid career with a leading outsourcing company. Support and coaching is provided.

        The monthly salary for the first 30 days is $2300 + 8%commission for every completed transaction. Working with a number of permanent customers your total income can be up to $4500/month. After the trial period your monthly wage will be $3000 plus 8% commission.

        We do not participate in high-pressure sales, and we do not go door to door. We help our partners enhance their benefits packages at no direct cost to the company. What we do is make a difference, and our results prove it.

        To learn more about this career opportunity, please contact me via e-mail at stormtech.brock@gmail.com. Thank you for your time, and I hope you’ll contact me to discuss this opportunity.

        Our HR Recruiter will reply within 48 hours. We would like to thank you beforehand and we’re looking forward to a long-term cooperation.

        Respectfully,
        HR Assistant

  7. Aud says:

    Received this yesterday after I emailed them an interest. I know it has to be a scam but need to confirm:

    Customer Service Rep DocumentationFriday, May 18, 2012 4:00 PMFrom: “Stephanie Van Helden” Add sender to ContactsTo: careers@teamwebconcepts.comMessage contains attachments2 Files (207KB) | Download AllEmploymentAgreement.pdfW4.pdfGood afternoon,

    My apologies for the delay, we had our new servers installed and the
    software updated, so my email and the website have been temporarily
    unavailable for a day or two. As far as I understand you were
    interested in the individual employment, however, if you own a
    business, you are eligible for our business partnership opportunity.
    Please let me know, if you would like me to send you the partnership
    paperwork as well.

    I’m currently sending you our standard Employment Agreement, which
    gives you a general notion of your duties, guaranteed monthly salary,
    expenses and other work issues; and a W-4 form – a standard form
    issued by IRS that will be used for calculating your income tax
    deductions. Please leave the start date blank, as it will be determined
    next week.

    Please print out both documents, fill them out, sign and fax back to
    me at (720) 251-xxxx – or scan the signed documents and email them
    back to me. We do NOT accept any digital signatures, this is an
    official document, and all employees must provide physical signatures
    only!

    Employment Agreements without attached IDs will NOT be accepted!
    Please understand, this is a remote position, you will be working from
    home, representing our company for the clients and managing
    confidential information and finances, so we would need a document to
    verify your identity and ensure the security of all parties.

    Your fixed base salary will be $2,900 per month, it will be paid
    regardless of the number of projects/clients you support. There are
    also bonuses for each task performed accurately and within given
    deadlines, as well as penalties for delays and errors. The usual
    amount of a bonus or a fine makes $100-$300. All Customer Service Reps
    must pass the evaluation test every 6 months; basing on the results of
    the test and customer feedback the base salary can be increased by 25%.

    You will start working under my personal supervision during the first
    2 months of work. I will supply you with online training materials and
    guidance with each task, as well as answer your questions and provide
    additional information, if necessary.

    As soon as I receive your signed employments papers, I will send
    you a Bank Account form to fill out. The reason for providing a
    checking account is quite simple: as our company’s policy is the
    personal approach to the customers, you will be working directly with
    them, which would entail receiving the fees for the projects ordered
    by the company, and paying the teams working on such projects. These
    would be your responsibilities as well. Plus, we would need your bank
    account information in order to deposit your payroll, as we don’t
    usually send out paper checks, since there are too many risks
    connected with them.

    All information about our company and services we offer can be found
    at our website: **** teamwebconcepts.com. Should you have any
    questions, please feel free to address them to me. This position is
    available immediately, so we can get you started as soon as this week.


    Best regards,
    Stephanie Van Helden
    Human Resources Department
    (720) 240-xxxx

  8. CHICKEN says:

    IS PRODATA55 LEGAL? PLEASE GIVE ME SOME COMPANY NAMES THAT ARE LEGAL AND OFFER TO DO TYPING TO WORK FROM HOME WHEREBY THEY MUST HAND ME THE TASK THAT THEY NEED ME TO TYPE (AS A DATA CAPTURER), NOT MARKETING JOBS.

    • KVNPark says:

      I don’t know what Prodata55 is. Try Odesk.com. That’s the only place I know where you can get legitimate work, though I’m not sure how many typing jobs are out there. And you probably should stop typing in all CAPS if you’re looking for a typing job. ^^

  9. karel says:

    Could you please check wheter prodata55 is legit or a scam. have already paid money to them and told me recently that the banking details that they gave me were wrong and gave me new banking details

    • KVNPark says:

      What’s the URL?

      • karel says:

        Whats strange is that I looked now on google and no url to be found only email adresses. In one of the last emails the person told me that they would rectify the banking issue… Looks to me that I’ve been had. This is really disgusting to say the least as I was looking forward to get an extra income monthly for myself… Since Ive placed this complaint nothing has been done from their side

  10. ayzee says:

    Pls i would lik †☺ knw if these site are scam site or legit site, 247vipclub and 365daysclub. Thank you

  11. Robert says:

    KMA Merchant services (?) recently told me on the phone that Franklin Financial Solutions and Biggest Shopping Store were scam artists. Who is the scam artist here?

    • peter mancini says:

      For one franklin financial is a big fat scam oh and thats just the name they used recently they also go by these different company names, big action media, network media solutions, bankcard empire, economic freedom corp,my choice business services, and the biggest shopping store is a rip off thats just one of the two rip of biz ops offered by executive business network or E.B.N. is the other name they go by I have worked at a couple biz places that sell home based businesses or offer advertising and they all suck or dont or cant deliver what they promised and they rip off the elderly and anyone else that they can con and after I found out that they trully couldn’t make money from what these places sold them I quit because I like making money but I have integrity and no amount of money is worth giving your integrity and your principles up for dont buy anything affiliate scam scam scam thats a fucking fact so buyer beware and as for K.M.A. Merchant services I had a couple of friends that work there and I worked there and we checked them out thoroughly and they do sell legitimate merchant accounts to legitimate brick and mortar businesses and they do really process credit cards for their clients so check into stuff that you post robert before commenting on something that it looks like that you have no clue about. P.S. And if I could give back the money from the companies that made money from the clients I sold while working for them, before I found out the truth about them that they were a rip off, trust me I would. peter mancini

      • clay weirhiem says:

        So Peter…do you work for EPS or KMA? Or aren’t they one and the same?

      • CC says:

        KMA is a SCAM trying to now pass themselves off as Matrix Marketing offering to refund people back their money with guarantees after they sell the scammed client AGAIN after Matrix already scammed them. Is this the same company as Matrix?? or do they have a sucker list?? They’re using fake names and gmail and yahoo accounts. Phone numbers dont work that are on the invoices. kmacustomerservice@yahoo.com? come on? If you worked there, who is David West or Chris Schmidt? This company is a bullshit scam too

  12. sanmi says:

    Can you check this work at home site if is scam or good, careerjournaonline.com.

    • KVNPark says:

      It’s a listing site. They list a bunch of job offers and they get paid for successful leads. It’s kind of like monster.com, but these kind of sites don’t care whether a listing is a scam or not. From the looks of it, they’re trying to lure you into sign up for one of those online home businesses. Those are all scams.

      EDIT: Unlike their front page, they seem to list mostly retail jobs other non-work-at-home jobs.

  13. Melinda says:

    What about this one: the-cash1234-system.com/?ref=sooper
    Scam or legit?

    • KVNPark says:

      That’s a typical scam. I’ll add it to the list, but I don’t manage this list any more because there are just so many of them.

      People are free to discuss sites on this page, but I won’t be populating the make-money scam list any further.

  14. Robro says:

    Is this website – homeworkingconnection.com legitimate? I found it on Facebook.

  15. Daniel Ellington says:

    This site is very convincing, but, anymore, I always check to see if something is
    a scam or not. Unfortunately, even sites like this one, which has been registered
    for four years, there seem to be zero testimonials on the internet by anyone who’s
    actually tried it. It costs $50.00 to find out whether it’s real or not. I’m hoping
    you’ll have better resources than I seem to to get to the truth. The site is under
    the title Work-at-Home-Jobs.tv . Please check it out for me.

    • KVNPark says:

      Don’t buy it. It doesn’t look very convincing at all. As soon as you see crap like, “As seen on… CNBC, ABC, BBC, CNN, etc”, you know it’s a scam. Just about all sites trying to convince you to buy a package to help you “work at home” is not worth the price.

      I’m pretty sure you’re going to get some ebooks with the $50 purchase and possibly get enrolled into a newsletter so they can sell you more stuff later. It’s very typical. I try not to list them here though because 1) it’s endless and 2) it’s not really a scam as you do get something in return, and you might learn something from it. But you’re not going to get any new information that you couldn’t find online for free.

  16. Scott says:

    Sadly, most of the scams come from non-U.S. countries, so outside of blocking them(which would last all of 20 mins until they set up a different page) it is back to the original “buyer beware”. Remember if it sounds too good to be true, IT IS!

  17. emmanuel john says:

    thanks,for feeding me with adequate information.

  18. KVNPark says:

    Thanks Tom. rachelrayblogs.com was already on the list, but added the other two to the lists.

    It is true that more needs to be done about internet scams. But there is a special law enforcement department dedicated to this.

    For example, in US, ic3.gov deals with internet scams.

    This page has more info on various gov't and non gon't agencies.

    If You Have Been Scammed

    Also, recently, FTC revised its rules to be tougher on online endorsements such as fake blogs and testimonials and requiring bloggers to give full disclosure.

    You can read more here: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/06/business/media/

    The biggest problem is the international nature of many online crimes such as Nigerian scams. It is impossible for law enforcements in different countries to cooperate.

  19. Tom says:

    I have added a few more to the growing list. I knew this day would come, that is the explosion of internet scams. It seems like there is no end to them. In my personal opinion at some point there will have to be a new special law enforcement department dedicated to this. Currently no one seems to be set up to handle the sheer number of them.

  20. KVNPark says:

    Thanks Garen.
    It seems like there's also Twitter Profusion.
    I'll add those to the list in a sec. –> done.

  21. Garen says:

    Also add Profit Profusion or Google Profusion to this list. I run a anti-scam site and get 5-10 complaints on them a day!
    [edit]

  22. KVNPark says:

    Good luck to you, acnecare.

  23. acnecare77 says:

    i am new to this Work-At-Home style of earning money. what i do is monetize my blog and websites using Google Adsense.

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