Legit Online Jobs Review: Is it a scam or legit?

By | November 16, 2016
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As more and more people are searching for the best online jobs to make an income it’s important to be able to understand where to look. A good place to start is reviews; I would always check as many reviews – good and bad before any purchase or investment, especially when you plan to invest time and energy. I am often asked ‘Are there any legit online jobs out there?’ obviously there is but they are sometimes difficult to find. I have been working in the online space for some time now so I have a pretty good idea of some of the scams out there. For my absolute NUMBER ONE RECOMMENDATION click here, but here’s a quick review on Legit Online Jobs  should you be interested in checking it out.

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What is Legit Online Jobs

Legit Online Jobs  is a work from home site that promises real at home jobs with very for regular people with very little experience but are looking for an extra income.

Don’t be fooled by the name as there’s a lot of clever marketing used to brand this as a ‘jobs’ platform where you can potentially find jobs once you’ve registered and paid. The first red flag should be that you should NEVER have to pay any money to search for jobs, it defeats the whole concept of finding work to get paid.

What do you get when you purchase Legit Online Jobs?

Once you sign up you the programme teaches you how to register for sites such as Clickbank to advertise products using tools like Google Adwords. And since Google change and evolve so rapidly the methods that are taught in this programme could result in you losing rather than making money it since they’re training is not (from my knowledge) ever updated.

To add insult to injury there’s also offer eBook at $20 a pop that supposed help you find these supposed jobs they refer to…*sigh*

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Is Legit Online Jobs a scam?

In my opinion I would avoid it, mainly because it’s not a simple and easy to make money as they would like you to believe, the fact that the platform has no active community and teaches methods such as posting of online directories as a sales technique although legit are unbelievably outdated should be enough to turn you away.

If making money online is something you really want to do then understand it is just like building any other business – it doesn’t happen overnight. You need the right tools and education as well as perseverance and hard work.

Hope this helped!

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4 thoughts on “Legit Online Jobs Review: Is it a scam or legit?

  1. ches

    A review of this kind can be very helpful to those people trying to avoid being scammed. It is such a minefield out there if you’re trying to find a legit online way of making some extra funds.
    This particular review warns the prospective customer of the pitfalls of this kind of online job site.
    It may not be exactly a scam but you’re right that if they want money up front, you should be very wary.
    The $20 ebook is a bit of a swizz too. This should, I would think, be free. I think you’re right to avoid this one. Good review, that’s another one that can be crossed off the list of possibles. Ches

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    1. Lou Post author

      Thanks Ches

      Yes I must agree Ebooks should be free or at least used as part of your sales funnel, I haven’t paid for an Ebook for several years lol

      Appreciate your comments

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  2. Chris

    Well with a name like legit online jobs one would hope this is a legit platform…obvioulsy not the case!
    So let me get this right – they sign you up then they offer you a eBook at $20 that is supposed help you find these jobs that they were harping on about?
    I don’t really know where to start there – sounds like a scam to me!

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    1. Lou Post author

      Haha! I’m so glad I wasn’t one of the unfortunate ones here, I’m yet to see any positive reviews other than affiliates so that’s a red flag right there.

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