Email Processors Jobs Reviews
Legit or Scam?
Email Processing Jobs have been advertised
through several websites which all have very similar stories. They say that you can make $15 - $25 for each email that you process, they even do the math
and breakdown how much money you'll be making based on how many emails you
process per day.
Right of the bat the offer sounds to good to be true, what company in their
right mind would pay you that much money just to process one email. There
has to be some kind of catch to these email processors jobs offers.
The catch is actually pretty obvious, these email processors jobs are
basically the online version of the envelope stuffing scams. When you buy
into one of these programs they will show you how to send out the same ad that
you just fell for.
They will provide you with a list of emails for you to spam with your ad
promoting Email Processors Jobs. The only way that you get paid is
if someone clicks on your ad and then purchases the same program you just
There are several major problems with this type of scheme, the first and most
important one is that you do not know how these email addresses were collected.
If they were collected in an illegitimate way you may be in violation of the CAN-Spam
Act which can lead to serious legal trouble.
The other glaring flaw with this method is that the emails that you get from
these email processor job programs are of poor quality. Not only will they
rarely get opened but the chances of you making a sale are very slim.
That's why in their advertisements they say that you will get paid for each
email processed (program sold) and not for each email that you send out.
I have not come across any legitimate Email Processors Jobs that you can do
from home. Unfortunately these scams remain popular and thousands of
people fall for them daily thinking they are applying for real jobs.
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idiots dumb ass
10:40pm on May 22nd, 2013
its a pyramid scam. its a game u are selling nothing but getting money from people the more u sell the more money u get its a pyramid, some people make a lot on top some dont its illegal in many states
Dammy Lagos, Nigeria
7:37am on March 15th, 2013
I was also willing to try it out with that coy that advertised it in the dailies. imagine, 3k multiplied by thousands of people. Chei! Anyways, does anyone know a genuine online job/biz that can be done and can pay to NIGERIANS in NIGERIA?
Mike S Akron Ohio
8:48pm on February 19th, 2013
I bought one of those e-mail for cash programs and have been making money on a consistent basis...there are many video's on YouTube were others are also making money..One lady earned 1700 in 3 weeks, another guy earned 300+ every week and has a team under him of 15 others making money with the e-mail processing program....sorry but this is not a scam...your selling a legit product and receiving compensation for it...end of story
Mike North Carolina
1:04pm on February 14th, 2013
Ill try it out and let you guys know the truth.
Dan Tucson, AZ
4:47pm on February 10th, 2013
The individual that wrote this article does not identify her/himself. He/she also includes a link at the end of the article that takes you to a page with several links to 'income opportunities'. People who provide these links usually are paid a fee for 'referring' you to a particular 'opportunity'.
Here's my point, if there is a popular or even viable program floating about, people want to look at "reviews". A very typical process for individuals that want to promote something they have an interest in is to post a "review" on Google. The review will be negative and they will urge you to click on a link to offers they are promoting. That is exactly what this review does. This in itself is a scam because you are not getting an unbiased review. You read a review from someone who wants to divert your attention to their 'opportunities/s'.
My unbiased perspective about this $25 email processing program? First, I have not joined or am I affiliated with this enterprise in any way, but I'm strongly leaning toward joining.
It's important that you know that I have been involved in numerous programs,business opportunities, advertising and marketing spanning decades.
You will not find a link in this response taking you to anything I am promoting or want you to look at. My only purpose here is to enlighten you enough to where you can make an educated decision about this email processing program or any other program you might consider.
I've looked at this program. First off, it is not a pyramid. A pyramid scheme has several layers. You recruit someone who in turn recruits others and you get a piece of that action. This is a very simple, straight up process. You place an ad. Someone responds to your ad and sends you $25. That transaction ends there - not a pyramid scheme.
My second point about this program is that I see no red flags pointing to a scam. The info on the program site is very straight forward and clear. This is not illegal and I don't see any deceit or fraud being perpetrated. The concept is not new, but is an updated, polished version that is conducive to marketing on the internet.
The total investment is $35.00, in this economy, a sizable junk of cash for many to fork over.
I want to share something that may be the most important advice I can share with you about this program or any other venture you might be considering. First, look for reviews that are not biased (someone diverting you to what they want you to look at). Secondly, and maybe most importantly, don't be afraid to try something because your afraid of getting burned. I've taken chances and lost small amounts of money. I've also taken chances and made thousands. If I never took a chance I never would've made a dime. Fact - if you want to make money you will have to take a leap of faith. EVERYTHING is a leap of faith until it starts paying dividends.
Don't fall for the old adage that says "If it sounds to good to be true then it is to good to be true". Viable, good opportunities can fall into this category.
I hope all this rambling helps you. This was my only intention. Remember, don't be afraid to try things. If you get burned, move on and try something else. The law of averages and continued experience/education will work in your favor. When something does work you will feel pride and be monetarily enriched. Good luck with your decision making process.
Christina North Carolina
11:43am on February 6th, 2013
I was recently the stupid one that fell for this Email Processing job. I paid the $25 and then they told me that I had to pay another $10 to make a website then after I did that they said that I NEEDED to have a domain in which I had to pay for that. I have paid all the money asked and I still have not made any money. Then When I ask If I could just take the money as a loss and not do this they all started being really mean and saying that this is my business for life. And that I could get into a lot of trouble if I don't go throw with this. So my question is can I really get into trouble if I just don't do anything at this point??
8:31am on February 3rd, 2013
I personally think that this is a fantastic idea. Of course it sounds like a scam because there is no any product behind it, what you buy for your $25 is an idea that you can forward to other people and earn for this. Besides many of these sites work with paypal payment method. Paypal will never work with a scam business.
I don't know if i join this or not. It is not brilliant to sell people nothing, but on the other hand I don't think that it is cheating. Besides $25 is not that much.
10:17am on January 29th, 2013
WOW...you get another thumbs up. I almost fell for this, someone had it on facebook and it sounded so good and legitimate. I have fallen too many times though, so I have learned to check every site with the BBB online and couldn't find anything out about this one. So thanks again for helping people save their hard earned dollars.
Angela Bronx, NY
3:25pm on January 18th, 2013
Makes sense. I imagine it's a pyramid kind of thing really. Your probably sending out the same ad that you just responded to & paid $25.00 so you can post so others will pay $25 to post the same ads and so on & so on! I guess you get paid for the ones who fall for it & pay. Wow what a way to rob people when you think about it.
12:09am on January 17th, 2013
Thank you so much. Was in the process of paying for the program.
10:40am on January 14th, 2013
I was so broke that I think wow $25 per email is God sent! It's great to just work few hours a day and make couple of hundreds! But the advertisement was just so so convincing that I thought paying a fee of $25 is worth a try. Then I think, if that is the case, the whole world population will be so free and rich. So before I get cheated of my $25, I had better search for some reviews lst. I am so glad I found this page and tell me that my instinct is correct. You so much. Surprisingly I felt I great sense of relieve even though I am still jobless now, haha
10:01am on January 9th, 2013
Ahh the good-old envelope stuffing scams...I almost fell for one of those in the mid-2000s when I was a broke college student. Saw someone posting this email scam on Facebook and Paypal "receipts", and a red flag immediately went up. Good to know.
michael lagos, nigeria
4:17am on December 17th, 2012
thanks man i almost fell for it.
4:24am on November 30th, 2012
Man... Am relived, I was on ma way to the bank to make the 3, 000 payment to get access to their material, before I chose to google the authenticity of this bizz... Only to get to this site.. Tanx man!! Am really greatful
10:51am on October 6th, 2012
wow...me too..i was almost convinced!...oh god...
9:50pm on July 18th, 2012
Thank you so much for enlightening me, it was the night i got up to sign up this so called e-mail processor that i suddenly saw your mail. I am glad i didn't do it.
6:34am on February 8th, 2012
Thanks. The 'job' was advertised in the dailies over here,and I assumed it gave it a touch of genuineness,even though my gut told me that $25 per email was too good to be true. I went ahead to sign up, to test my flickering theory of it being genuine. I read in their email that to receive training materials I have to deposit 3,000 naira. If I prefer to pay at their head office in Berger,Lagos,an extra thousand naira would be charged. That's when I knew it was a scam. Thanks for confirming.
8:14am on January 26th, 2012
mehn! Thank you so much for this. I saw an ad on the papers and a link was sent to me. After the registration online i was asked to pay in 20 dollars into their liberty reserve account to get started,thats when i became suspicious and decided to check it out. This is really terrible. I hope lots of people have not fallen for this scam. Thanks a lot for the info.
hassan awal nigeria
11:54pm on December 20th, 2011
thanks so very much, almost fell for it. advice that proper research be carried out before jumping at "scamish offers" like e-mail processing.
9:41am on November 11th, 2011
I am a student and was looking for some way to make money to pay of my expenses. i almost fell for this email processing thing. If i didnt click on this site i was sure to fall victim to email processing. Thanks and keep up the good work
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