Name: Home Job Source.
Cost: Was $47. Now $97.
Owner: Kelly Simmons (an imaginary person).
My Score: 0/10.
Verdict: It’s nothing more than a non-existent link posting SCAM camouflaged as a legit way to make money on the internet.
The program’s only purpose is to steal your cash, leaving you out-of-pocket rather than making you profitable.
But before reading this review…
What’s The Idea Behind Home Job Source?
In a nutshell, Home Job Source (HJS) is a scam based on posting links on the internet.
It’s a fake opportunity that doesn’t exist. So if it’s jotted down on your “programs to buy” list, I would seriously recommend re-thinking your decision because the scammers will have the last laugh if you decide to join.
Unfortunately, the sales page is a load of hot air on easily pocketing $100s per day from apparently sharing quality products. But how or where you will be sharing product links is a total mystery.
But this small network of fraudulent schemes could just be the tip of the iceberg.
In addition, the Jack Asses responsible for ‘HJS’ have dipped their toes into blogging. Actually, they’re not even high-quality blogs – just single “biased” reviews designed to improve their chances of nicking your money.
Two such scammy blogs, in particular, to be EXTREMELY cautious of are homejobsource.org and .net:
Unluckily, scammers, these days are swooping down to new lows by publishing deceptive blog posts using WordPress.org and other popular content writing platforms.
So when searching Google for scam program reviews, beware of simple one-post/page blogs loaded to the max with hype.
Who is ‘HJS’ Aimed at?
‘HJS’ is the type of hoax that’s intended to sucker punch any opportunity seeker who is open to splashing out roughly a hundred bucks for a “make-believe get-rich-fast” work at home opportunity.
From my own web-based money making experiences over the years, it certainly isn’t as easy as it sounds to earn $397, $500 or even $1,000 per day in commissions, because, firstly, success requires the correct training, tools, support.
Secondly, you must work hard day-in-day-out over a period of time. And thirdly, sacrifices must be made for the type of lifestyle you desire.
Success comes at a cost, but ‘HJS’ tells you something completely different. Something that’s music to your ears.
Just don’t be one of the naive individuals who falls for ‘HJS’s’ horse sh*t on making huge amounts of money quickly!
Want More Reasons to Avoid ‘HJS’?
‘HJS’ implements the exact same dirty strategies as its network of sisters. Or as I’d like to call “Red Flags!”
- The advertisement of top American news channels
- A limited number of membership positions available
- Fake testimonials from random actors who aren’t members
- The requirement of your email address for checking availability
Everything you’re told by ‘HJS’ is a lie. Take the fake website with a grain of salt because every tactic implemented, forms part of a “manipulative” plan for extracting your credit card info.
I guess you can think of the plan as a kinda funnel.
If the fraudsters don’t entice you with one scammy element, they will try another and another until they back you into a corner and you finally surrender – paying the $100 membership fee.
Any legitimate online home working opportunity, product or training platform is always gonna be upfront with you about the requirements for getting started on the internet, learning how to grow a successful business, and earning an income.
In addition, the owners will never wrap you around their little fingers using shady and shameful techniques either.
My Final Thoughts…
To some folks searching for get-rich-quick opportunities on the web, the Home Job Source program may come across as the ideal solution for easy wealth in life.
But unfortunately, the world doesn’t reward lazy people with financial freedom in the online space. The same rule applies outside of the digital world too.
When it comes to ‘HJS’, there are numerous scam warnings (not to mention additional deceptive blogs published by the con artists) that you should avoid like the plague.
Otherwise, you’re gonna lose $97 with the ‘HJS’ scam that you won’t get back.
The only people to make real money out of the scammy program (and who are more than likely soaking up the sun on vacation, as I speak) are the swindlers who dupe people like you out of hard-earned cash.
Stop getting scammed on the web…
Your Friend, Neil 🙂
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