Paid Social Media Jobs Review – Scam or Not?

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$25 per hour jobs on Facebook, now hiring!

Did you know that businesses all around the world are hiring people just like you to help manage their social media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube?
There is a lot of money in it, and the best part is that you don’t need any qualifications, prior experience or specialised skills. All you need is a few spare hours per week, a computer with an internet connection and a good knowledge of how to use Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.
• Posting Facebook comments – $25 per hour
• Commenting on and ‘liking’ YouTube videos $20 per hour
• ‘Tweeting’ special offers and promotions – $200 per week part time
• Social Media Manager – $1050 per week full time
• Managing Facebook groups and contests $27 per hour
We have a wide range of positions available, and many more are being added daily, however there are also lots of people interested in these jobs and the positions are filling fast so I recommend that you apply now if you are interested.
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5 comments:

  1. I have been to so many of these 'is paid social media jobs a scam, or paid social media jobs review', though no one is really saying that they ARE a scam. I wonder if anyone is really willing to mention it as a real SCAM - as they may be affiliates of the program. After all for every person that signs up, affiliates receive a very nice commission from them.

    In my experience, high paying jobs that the site promotes are misleading. After the '3 day trial' period, you can actually access the jobs advertised (for $77). The jobs are from elance, freelancer and odesk, so if you already know about these, you are already at a loss here. If you already know of these sites, you can sign up and search for jobs yourself for free. If you are unaware of them, most of the time if you are the 'average western' person, you cannot compete for these jobs against international workers unless you are willing to work for a salary of $2 an hour.

    The 60 day money back guarantee is ABSOLUTELY MISLEADING. It states: 'We offer a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee. If at any point in the 60 days after your purchase you are not completely happy with your purchase you can receive a 100% full refund guaranteed.'

    I have tried to cancel my subscription after 1 week and the response was:

    'We are unable to process your cancellation request because your payment of $77 to become a lifetime VIP member has already been processed. You are now a lifetime member and won't have to pay ever again.'

    How is that a 'money back guarantee'?

    I have filed a complaint with paid social media jobs, and I am waiting for a response from them before I take further action with the internet crime complaint center.

    Being an affiliate marketer myself, the program does sound promising, however I suggest - for the sake of innocent bystanders - PLEASE try out the company and the product, check it out at least before you start promoting or posting positive reviews about them.

    If you know a fair bit about social media, and if you are aware of the freelance markets - I suggest you save yourself the $78 ($1 - 3 day trial and $77 lifetime membership)and go straight to them instead of paid social media jobs.

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  2. I am a recent buyer of their product. I think it is a waste of money. I found this site attempting to find a way to refund my money. All they do is privide you with freelance work that you can find already at places such as elance.com and odesk.com which you have to create an account with them anyways. So might as well just sign up on those without paying $77. And most of the jobs are difficult to quialify for as the ask for many SEO experienced workers. If your great at social media networks and you can create 100 likes a day or 25k views on youtube then the job is for you. If not, you probably arent going to get the job.

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  3. The rationale behind why we have an upfront fee is because it requires a lot of work to sustain the training and job search functionality in a website such as this. Also it keeps out people who are not serious about social media jobs.

    To be specifically straight forward on issues like being able to earn in three days or those who are expecting to earn in three days time, a member should know that the first three days are intended for training purposes only, meaning this is not the earning phase .

    On the fourth day, you will be given access to our VIP page if you choose to continue your membership, that is the time, you get to see the list of jobs where you can choose to apply to.

    With regard to being redirected to elance, freelancer and odesk when applying to jobs is that it is the service we provide, that is what we advertise on the sales page. The benefit of this is that you get to search and apply for all of the best writing jobs from a range of different websites without ever having to leave the members area.

    If in any case you sense that you do not like to go on with your membership, you can contact our customer support and request for account cancellation and refund. Paidsocialmediajobs.com is a legit company and we honor our commitment to 60 days money back guarantee within clickbank's policy

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