workorigin.com

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by jackiebk, Apr 12, 2006.

  1. jackiebk

    jackiebk New Member

    Has anyone any experience with this company. They want a hefty fee of $150 to join. Is it a legitimate company would anyone know. $150 smackers is a lot of money.
     
  2. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Personally, I can't say I've heard of it or know anything about it. You may want to do some online research about it by typing in "scam" + the company name into a search engine to see what comes up, or check out http:ripoffreport.com or http://bbbonline.org

    Personally, I wouldn't do it...I can think of better ways of spending $100 to learn how to make money. You might be able to just sign up with their affiliate program for free and promote their site without actually joining...I don't know if that is possible, though.

    If you are looking for an MLM to join, please see my review of a company called "Cognigen" in the "Business Opportunities and Program Reviews Section". It costs no money to join...
     
  3. ralphgreene

    ralphgreene New Member

    I looked at the website but do not understand what it is all about. I would certainly save my money on this one.
     
  4. devang

    devang New Member

    I heard about WorkOrigin.com. It seems a good job to me. By doing only 1 hour job daily you can earn $ 200-$ 1200.

    But they are asking $ 150 to join. Its very high.

    every one know that most of the (Work home) companies are just fraud.

    Can anyone tell me that whether Workorigin.com is a scam/fraud or not ?
     
  5. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Quoting: ralphgreeneI looked at the website but do not understand what it is all about. I would certainly save my money on this one.

    Can you please clarify which website you looked at? Was it the Cognigen home page?
     
  6. ladybug

    ladybug New Member

    I believe Workorigin is another Google/Clickbank deal. They tell you you can make money entering company information online and get paid for it. It's not that easy. Any job that promises $200 for 1 hour's work is not being truthful.

    It is not necessarily fraudulent, they are just not being completely honest.
     
  7. razorlgacy

    razorlgacy New Member

    I rather go with a trust worthy company then one telling me that I can retire with my new work at home job in 2 yrs.

    Attention: Do not trust anything remtely close to this because this should send up your scam/fraud alert.
     
  8. RachelleN78

    RachelleN78 New Member

    I would never pay that much, our company is only 14.50 to start, and that's it...that's a lot of money, I'd be asking what you get for that and what training is involved, is there a mentor to help guide you, etc.
     

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