To answer the question “is My Home Job Search a scam?” I did a little digging around to see what I could find, and what I did find gives a pretty clear answer. I’ll tell you what, I’m not even going to say whether or not its a scam or legit. I’m just going to present to you the information I found and it shouldn’t be hard for you to know for yourself.
In this My Home Job Search review I’ll be going over what you NEED to know before you decide to dish out your money.
My Home Job Search Review
- Website: myhomejobsearch.com
- Owner: Michael Anderson
- Price: $29
- Scam or Legit? You decide
Myhomejobsearch.com has SCAM written all over it. Just about everything you see on their homepage is fake as can be. So I’ll go over a few of these red-flags that really stood out to me and you will be able to see that this website isn’t exactly what you could call honest. And you probably will lose trust in them.
Fake #1 – Fake Testimonials
All of the testimonials under the “What our members are saying:” section are completely fake. I took screenshots of the peoples’ images and did an image lookup on Google for similar images. And sure enough I found these same images.
Where you ask? On ShutterStock. Thats right. They are stock photos and anyone can buy them.
Let me show you. Here is “Candy” in one of the testimonials.
And here is “Candy” on ShutterStock. You can take a look here.
Next up.. “Scott”. Here is his testimonial on myhomejobsearch.com…
And here is “Scott” on ShutterStock.
And the 3 other testimonials are fake too. But I don’t think I need to go through them all. As you can see, My Home Job Search isn’t looking very trustworthy at this point.
Fake #2 – Fake News
Think these news logos add credibility to My Home Job Search?? Think again! Because they are all fake.
Go to any of these news sites’ websites and you won’t find a damn thing about My Home Job Search.
They act like there have been featured stories about them so that they come off as a more legitimate opportunity, but there haven’t been any.
This is a common scam trick.
Fake #3 – Fake Facebook Likes
Whoooa! My Home Job Search has over 400,000 likes on Facebook! This must be a really awesome opportunity.
WRONG! Too bad those likes are all fake. That is just an image at the top of the homepage and you cannot click on it to like or share the content. Its fake and they could have put any # of likes that they wanted to.
That is 3 fake red-flags right off the bat. Not to mention the sales video that you can view if you search for jobs in their search bar and then go to sign up as a member.
Do They Provide Anything of Value?
There is no doubt about it. With all the red flags there is no way I’m going to pay the discounted price of $29 for their Platinum membership. I’ll save the money even though they claim to offer a work at home video training library provides training for specific work at home jobs, as well as personal coaching and executive level tools and resources.
So I can’t testify as to whether or not their Platinum Membership is worth it, but I can tall you that their Free membership is NOTHING GOOD AT ALL.
Their Free Membership – Is It Any Good?
Nope… It sucks. Lets take a look at some of the information they provide.
The Paid Surveys
They get you all hyped up saying that they will show you survey sites that pay as much as $100 per survey, but this is simply not true. If you go to their paid surveys section you won’t find anything special.
These are all you regular survey sites where you will probably earn 1 to 2 bucks per 10 to 20 minute survey. You definitely WON’T be making anywhere near $100 per survey.
It Seems Like They Are Referring You To Scams
If you go to their “make money” section you might want to click away. Because these opportunities don’t look very legitimate.
They definitely are NOT referring you to bigtime companies like Apple, Amazon and others like they said they would in the sales video.
The places they refer you too are similar to My Home Job Search. They look fake and scammy.
Final Thoughts – Is My Home Job Search a Scam or Legit?
In my opinion they are definitely a scam. Sure you can make some money by following what they teach you. But not nearly the amounts they claim.
And there is no way to justify all of the fake scam tactics they use to suck people in.
They use unethical techniques to lure you in and then make claims that are simply not true. You will find that out once you join. (which you shouldn’t!)
My Home Job Search seems to me to be a scam that refers you to work at home scams as well as some legitimate paid survey opportunities. But remember, I didn’t buy the Platinum Membership so I don’t know everything this program has to offer.