Category: Work From Home

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Is Surveytime Legit or Waste of Time? [Full Review]

Hello and welcome to my review of Surveytime. This site claims to “instantly reward” you for completing online surveys. So I decided I’d join to see what all the fuss was about, and share my experience with you. Is it legit? Surveytime is a legitimate survey site where you earn $1 per survey. Each survey takes about 10-15 minutes to complete, and you are paid instantly via PayPal, Amazon, Target, or Decathlon gift card. So it’s not a scam based

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Job-Postal.com Review (Legit Postal Jobs or SCAM?)

I came across Job-Postal.com today, which is a site that claims to help you get a job with the United States Postal Service (USPS). Jobs such as mail carriers, mail handlers, mail processors and window clerks. Is it legit? No, Job-Postal.com is not a legitimate site and it does not help you get a USPS job. It’s a scam. It’s all about getting you to pay $46.95 for training that supposedly helps you get hired. When in reality, the only

Envelope Stuffing Job Scams

Is Envelope Stuffing a Legit Work From Home Job?

Envelope stuffing job sites have been around for many years. Most of them say you can make $1,000’s per month just by filling envelopes and mailing them. Is it legit? No, envelope stuffing is not a legitimate work from home job, it’s a scam. Regardless of how convincing some of these “job opportunities” might sound, stuffing envelopes is not a real way to make money. Let’s discuss what these so called mailing jobs are about in more detail, and how

Make Money as an In-Home Usage Tester

Can You Really Make Money as an In-Home Usage Tester?

The idea of getting paid to test products from the comfort of home is appealing. Not just because of the freedom you could enjoy, but testing products could also be kinda fun. But is this a real way to make money? You can make money testing products from home, there are legit companies that pay people to do this. But the term “in-home usage tester” is mostly associated with a site called American Consumer Panels, which is not a legitimate

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American Consumer Panels Review (Is It a Scam?)

I recently stumbled across a site called American Consumer Panels, which claims to hook you up with real work at home “product tester” jobs. According to the website, you can earn $25 to $45 per hour testing products from the comfort of your own home. Sounds good, but is it legit or just another scam? American Consumer Panels is a scam, they don’t provide real product testing jobs, or any home jobs for that matter. They just refer people to

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Can You Make Money Posting Links for Google?

I’ve come across a number of sites over the years that say you can make money on the internet, just by posting links. As if companies like Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy for example, have a “special work at home program” that pays you for every link you post. This may sound like a simple and potentially lucrative way to work from home. But after looking into many of these sites, I found that most link posting jobs are totally

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Easy Survey Jobs Review: Legit Way to Earn Cash and Rewards, or Just Another Scam?

Updated: September 24, 2019 Welcome to my review of the Easy Survey Jobs website. This site claims to be the “most popular place online to earn cash and rewards for sharing your thoughts”. However, after looking into this, I found that they don’t actually “reward” you with anything. Instead, they simply refer you to join other paid survey sites and “make money online” programs. In order to earn affiliate commissions from you. Is it a scam? Not exactly. But as

AOJ Review

AOJ Work From Home Jobs Review: They’re Not Real Jobs!

AOJ Work From Home Jobs is a site that claims to “connect traditional job seekers with non-traditional work from home opportunities”. But the whole thing is fake. The real purpose behind AOJ (American Online Jobs), is getting you to join their recommended paid survey sites. So they can make money off of you. Because if you join one of the survey sites they recommend (during the application process), they earn a referral commission. That’s what this whole thing is about. They do not connect

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OnlineFlexJob.com Review: Is Online Flex Job The Real Deal or Just Another Scam?

Online Flex Job (located at onlineflexjob.com) is not a real work from home jobs site. The site pretends to hook you up with flexible “processor” jobs. But these aren’t real jobs. The whole thing is really about selling you an anti-virus software subscription. Read on to learn more. OnlineFlexJob.com Review The Online Flex Job website says it’s all about helping you find work from home jobs. Apparently, these are flexible part-time or full-time “processor” jobs that are available to people

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Money Chaser Review: Is MoneyChaser.co a Legit Money Making Site or Big Scam?

The Money Chaser website (located at moneychaser.co) claims to be the #1 influencer network, that pays you $5 to $10 for every friend you invite. Apparently, all you need to do is share your referral link and you’ll earn $500 today! Sounds cool, but is it legit? No. Unfortunately, this site is not legitimate and is not a real way to make money online. And in this review, I am going to explain exactly why I say this. FAQ 1.)

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Swag Pay: Make Money Inviting Friends? [SwagPay.co Review]

I came across Swag Pay (swagpay.co) today, which is a new site that claims you can make money inviting people to join the site through your referral link. Unfortunately, this is NOT a legitimate way to make money online. I don’t expect you to take my word for it though. So in this review, I am going to walk you through exactly why I say this and provide proof to back up what I am saying. What’s SwagPay About? According