The Secure Online Jobs Scam – Smells Worse Than Dirty Socks!

secure online jobs scam

Hi everyone! Gina here, wanting to share the Secure Online Jobs scam with you so you don’t get taken by it. I always check out the reviews and the Better Business Bureau before I join anything that costs money. It’s a good habit to get into. There’s so many crooks out there in the cyber world. This one has multiple duplicate sites even. You know what they say, if it sounds too good to be true then it’s probably a scam. There’s really no way to get rich quick online. It takes a lot of work. I’ll share these online money making scams I’ve discovered with you in this post.

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OK, so back to the scams…

I Found Eleven Of These Duplicate Sites

They have identical landing pages with just the names changed. Each claims to be “The #1 Work From Home System”. Now, how can there be eleven #1 systems? Once you give your email address and name to sign up, the sales pitch inside is identical too, except for the name of each of these sites. I have to say, they do make it sound good. I’m sure a lot of people might bite for it. That’s why I’m exposing them to you so you won’t make the mistake.

They want a $97.00 one-time investment to get your link to the Member Development Center. From what I heard they try to up sell you on things from there. I also heard there is no support that is promised to you.

It’s a link posting scam. They are going to tell you to spam other people’s websites with these links. It simply does not work. You will end up with a lot of people not liking you. You’ll get a bad reputation. You will be wasting your time and money. They tell you it will only take 1 hour a day and then you can live the life of your dreams. It’s just not possible!

Here’s The Sites And Their Names:

Secure Online Jobs – Scam! 

secure online jobs scam

 

Home Job Position – Scam!

home job position scam

Home Jobs Today – Scam!

Home Jobs Today Scam

Home Jobs Now – Scam!

home jobs now scam

Online Jobs Now – Scam!

online jobs now scam

So, you get it right? I found 11 total so far. I’m sure there’s more. Here’s a list of the other six I found that are identical with just the names changed. She (or it could be a he in disguise) has got to be making some money because just hosting and the domain name of  a .com costs a little. The fictitious name of this person is either Kelly Simmons, Kelly Scott or Kelly Richards (and maybe more). This is information I have found by just searching a bit around on reviews. I think she has changed her site a little compared to some of the reviews I saw. But she is continually banging out new websites with new names when older ones get exposed.

Here’s The Other 6 Sites I’ve Discovered  So Far That Are Identical:

Simple Income Strategies – Scam!

Online Jobs Today – Scam!

Home Job Placement – Scam!

Home Earning System – Scam!

Get More Free Time – Scam!

Replace Your Job – Scam!

Here’s Some Screenshots Of The Sales Pitch Once Inside:

secure online jobs scam

 

Better Business Bureau Rating of F Should Tell You Something

I heard through the reviews I’ve seen and the Better Business Bureau lots of complaints about these duplicate sites. One thing I can say is that some of the people did get their money back. I also heard some did not receive their money back. My advice is to stay clear of all these sites. Don’t fall prey to the Secure Online Jobs scam or any of the others listed above.

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10 thoughts on “The Secure Online Jobs Scam – Smells Worse Than Dirty Socks!

  1. Nice detective work! So many “opportunities” prey on people who are desperate to make make money online nowadays. Good work here. Different domains, different names, a grade of F… yup. I think it’s an open and shut case here 🙂

    1. Hi Eric,
      Yes, it is an open and shut case. It’s so sad these people have to take the money from people who are looking for work and really can’t afford to be spending money on programs that are scams. Thank you for your comment.
      I wish you the best,
      Gina

  2. Hey, Gina!

    I can really smell those socks from here. They sure pong! LOL.

    I repeatedly come across these so-called “secure online jobs” and every single sales page contains the exact same hype. The only thing that changes each time is the name of the program.

    No matter how many complaints are made to rip off report and BBB, as well as scam reviews published, people still continue to get sucked in by the hype of easy big money on the web.

    It’s really crazy that there are 11 identical scam systems you’ve found, and it just proves that these scammers are so desperate for money. I also think that even if anyone does pay the $97 fee for one of these lame “link posting” programs, they won’t get any access to anything.

    Let’s hope that one day, newbies start educating themselves on money making scams and become clued up.

    Neil

    1. Hi Neil,
      Yes, it’s a terrible thing these scammers are doing. I want to spread the word around so people can tell the difference from the scams and the legitimate sites like Wealthy Affiliate. Checking with the BBB helps but I’ve noticed that some of them are not even listed yet. As soon as the word gets out on one, a new one will pop up.

      Just think, If I found 11, how many there really are!

      Thanks for stopping by.
      I wish you the best,
      Gina

  3. Great information, it is always good to do research before spending your money on these programs that claim that they can have you making thousands of dollars in a matter of a few days to a month. Your readers will love the information that you are sharing.

    1. Hi Norman,
      Yes it is. After learning the hard way by getting scammed by some of these programs, I always check them out thoroughly before proceeding. That’s what I liked about Wealthy Affiliate when I joined. You could try it for free and see what you were getting before you spend any money.

      If I can save even 1 person from being scammed by me writing this post, it will be happy.

      I wish you the best,
      Gina

  4. Hi Gina, if Secure Online Jobs smell worse than dirt socks, I don’t want any part of it. All kidding aside, it was early in 2000, can’t remember the exact year, I got involved with a posting link scam. It also cost $97. They were based out of New York, but don’t know the company’s name. Once I paid the $97, they started the up-sales – didn’t follow through with the $97. Then I received a ton of calls from them – wanting me to pay for their training. Now how much training does a person need to post links?

    I appreciate this post because there are a lot of scams that newbies might fall into. By the way I was a newbie trying to figure out how to make money online. I wish I had your site back then.

    All the best to you, Gina.

    Don

    1. Hi Don,
      I also fell for a similar one a while back for $47.00. It was on the same idea. They wanted you to spam other peoples comment section with your links so you could get in front of a big crowd. It was directed at YouTube videos with lots of views. I can’t remember what it was called either. So when I found these ones, I just had to try to expose them even if it only helps a few people, I’ll be happy. No one likes to be scammed!
      I wish you the best!
      Gina

  5. Hey Gina, I really appreciate this review you made to help others out.

    It’s truly opened my eyes and helped me understand that there are some scams out there which should be avoided.

    I also want to thank you for telling us about your #1 recommendation. I actually had a look myself which helped me understand that just because there are SOME scams online. Not everything is!

    Thank you,
    Omer

    1. Hi Omer,
      That’s right. These scammers are putting a bad reputation out for the programs that really work! It makes it hard to trust anyone. That’s why at Wealthy Affiliate you can test drive it for free before you spend any money. If it’s not what you’re looking for, you don’t lose anything. You can also stay a free member and get two free websites with hosting. You really can’t lose by checking it out.

      My intention here is to help people not to get scammed by these rip-off artists. If I can even help a few people to not get scammed, I will be happy.
      I wish you the best,
      Gina

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