Legit Online Jobs

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by TimeMan2009, Mar 4, 2009.

  1. TimeMan2009

    TimeMan2009 New Member

    Has anyone heard of this site (legitonlinejobs.com)? And if so, are these claims of online jobs true? Or just more of the online marketing pipedream?

    Thank you for your feedback.

  2. gridellas

    gridellas New Member

    I have never heard of the program but I checked out the website and it seems a little fishy. There is a little more to it than just placing ads. I am going through my online income system program and there are some similarities but the legit online job site leaves you wondering.

    Have you researched through a search engine to find some reviews about it? If you haven't and are thinking about going with that program I would try to find some reviews that way also.
  3. pinkyparrot

    pinkyparrot New Member

    looks very fishy to me also. I was wondering why the V.I.P. membership would be cheaper than the regular membership?
    IMO. anything that you have to pay for ( without even knowing what the whole thing is about ) is most likely a scam. Keep your credit card put away and find something that does not offer to make you unheard of amounts of money in days or weeks or months. Any real job takes time and effort to make it work. I wouldn't believe the testimonials either. The owner of the site probably wrote those to convince you to join.
  4. TimeMan2009

    TimeMan2009 New Member

    I haven't put any money into it, however I am interested to note that the site gives you tools to promote and be an affiliate without having to buy the product. I think that is where you really make the money. (if you can get suckers to buy it)

    I am looking for free to very low cost startup online businesses. I have looked at Zero2riches, and am still awaiting my 1st sign-up on their zeropricetags site and it's been a couple months, in spite of promoting my capture page on dozens of free ad places.

    Any other possibilities? I am unemployed due to current economic situation and have very limited funds for "get rich quick" schemes.
  5. Marktech

    Marktech Member

    I may be wrong but I think LOJ is a spinoff of an earlier program called "Rebate Processor Jobs" which was a high converting program at Clickbank which I promoted with great success.

    The return rate on RPJ was very high so I would infer, (I must admit I never bought the program myself), that it was something of a scam and therefore LOJ is also probably a scam.

    Although I made some money I feel bad about promoting it now.(I try to find things that really help people nowadays.)

    Want to get some advice on how to really start making money online with little or no investment? check out Travis Sago's "Bum Marketing" it's what got me started - I knew from the first read that this stuff would work!

    There's a thread about Bum Marketing on this forum and you can find the free report just by googling "bum marketing" - free report about how to make money online with zero or very little investment.

    It worked for me.
  6. srama3

    srama3 New Member

    Nah, don't give your money to them, they are a scam.
  7. xeridox

    xeridox New Member

    Yes I must also agree, this one is a scam. I know I'm just repeating what others have already said in this post, but I feel it needs to be stressed:

    Google every system before you buy/promote and see if there are reviews, and not just one, but several good ones. If there are bad reviews, check to make sure their negativity on the subject is credible, and not "This sucks" or something.

    The get rich quick schemes only work for the first several people who join (and of course, the person who started it) and by the time you see it in a search engine, it's wayyyy too late....

    Anyway, I hope I've helped here! [​IMG]
  8. newbiz02

    newbiz02 New Member

    I thought they just give you a list of programs that "works" which they are promoting.
  9. jcsmooth44

    jcsmooth44 Guest

    Legit Online Jobs have been around for awhile. The program is a good way for newbies to get into the home business industry[​IMG]
  10. joyblogs

    joyblogs New Member

    what is legit online jobs all about? What make you say that newbies are suitable for this program?
  11. KB24

    KB24 Active Member

    It's a scam..
  12. biggles

    biggles New Member

    This is one of the many 'work at home' products listed by clickbank, they are only interested in affiliate sales and making the $30+ they will charge for 'exclusive membership' or whatever.
  13. thebart

    thebart New Member

    I agree, its a scam. Save your money and look for other ways to make money online.
  14. dlozen

    dlozen New Member

    My take on legit on line jobs is theat they are a affiliate marketing page for questionable clickbank products.

    I promote on-line products also BUT I make sure that they are legit. and most of them require an investment of money, and time.

    I don't think that very many of these $35.00 programs will provide much of a income. If you really want a on-line business you need to set yourself up for the long-haul...
  15. thebart

    thebart New Member

    Dennis, I agree with you that any legitimate online business is going to require time and effort. Any online income system needs to be viewed as a full business oppertunity and we need to invest the time to get it up and running.

    Where I don't fully agree with you is where you say they require investment money. I honestly believe, becuase I am living the example, that you can get into the online marketing business with little to no investment from a monetary standpoint. I don't fantastic clickbank or adsense webshots to show off, however I do think that it is possible to get there without major capitalization.

    With the wealth of free knowledge that is avaliable to those that dig for it, we can move our businesses forward with little capitalization before the business starts feeding itself with reinvested profits.
  16. biggles

    biggles New Member

    I agree with all the comments here but having said that, I did spend $49.95 on a clickbank listed product called 'google adwords 123' and this ebook alone was responsible for earning me tens of thousands of dollars over the last four years since I got started in affiliate marketing, so yes, there are some very good 'paid for' programs and guides out there, it's just knowing how to find them among the 'sea' of scam sites that exist.
  17. jaesun16

    jaesun16 New Member

    Hi,[​IMG] Not many website adversite honestly![​IMG]

    Most of them are hyped, and SCAMS.

    How can you pick good one out of thousands Scams?

    You are right place to start your internet business

    Ask to people here who are more experienced than you.

    You will get some good feedback on some products, and you will

    also get bad feedback on some other scams.

    Research first, do not get fasinated system by their website


    My answer is "Legitimate Online Job" is depend on people's

    thought and experiences with programs

    I hope this helps to chossing good one!

    Thank you

    Happy day!^^[​IMG]
  18. lindagreen

    lindagreen New Member

    I've never heard of the site but if it sounds too good to be true....
    Have you looked into the site any more-let me know if it's genuine.
    I've lost loads of money in the past and you tend to get a feel for being ripped off. Good luck anyway
  19. Siank

    Siank New Member


    I have actually signed up with Legitonlinejobs and they called back with their offer - training, free advertising, mentoring through the process of setup and assistance with all the aspects of getting started, including setting up the website. However all of this does come at a cost, and yes, they make it clear that it takes hard work and time.......I have also been able to download the free resources which are very informative for a newby like myself.

    I would like to go ahead with this, but am still cautious. Is there anyone out there who has actually gone further with legitjobsonline, and is it a viable and sustainable business opportunity?
  20. dlozen

    dlozen New Member

    I agree that affiliate marketing is one business that you can get into without any investment.BUT it happens a LOT faster if you invest a couple of bucks in up front. and get the education that it takes to run a INTERNET business. No matter what you invest in a INTERNET business is chump change compared to operating a brick and mortar storefront...

    BOTH require a lot of sweat equity during startup...

    Best Regards,

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