Home-Online-Jobs Reviews – Legit or Scam?


Home Online JobsHome-Online-Jobs.org is a website run by Michelle Mathews, a self proclaimed number one work at home specialist, that offers a certification program to train you how to make money by posting links for companies.

Mathews makes many claims about her program and the job opportunity that it trains you to be a part of.  For a one time fee of $49.95, Home Online Jobs claims that you can quickly be making up to $225 an hour, working from home, on your own schedule.

Mathews comes to this earning figure by saying that it takes 4 minutes to post a link, and since you earn an average of $15 per link, that turns out to be $225 an hour.  She also claims that anyone can earn this money, regardless of experience or background.

So is Home Online Jobs a Scam?

Oh, where to begin?  First of all, there is no such thing as being paid to post links.  This is a scam that swept the internet in 2009, and here it is, rearing its ugly head again.

The truth of the link posting job is that it is a form of affiliate marketing.  You post a link advertisement for another company, and when someone clicks on that link and purchases a product, you earn a commission from that sale.  This means you get paid only when someone purchases a product, not when you post a link.

Second, while you may not need particular experience or background to post links, you do need money.  Every time someone clicks on your link, you must pay a fee.  This means that you might not only not make money, but there’s a good chance you could lose a good deal of money on this opportunity.

Finally, Michelle Mathews says that she is a well respected work at home expert, when the reality is that a basic internet search brings up exactly zero stories or mentions of her within this capacity.  In addition, there have been reports from people who say that once they gave Mathews their $49.95, they received nothing in return, and received no answers from multiple emails sent.

If you have signed up for Mathews certification training, they are a Clickbank product, which means you have 60 days from the date of purchase for a no questions asked refund.  If you wish to cancel, contact Clickbank if you are still eligible for a refund.

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Average Rating for " Home Online Jobs " is 1.06 out of 5 based on 80 reviews.

  • Grateful, US says:

    September 17th, 2016 at 5:12 am

    Thank you so much to everyone taking the time to post warnings about scams on this site, as well as other sites. There would be so many more accounts of people getting ripped of without you guys. With your help, my family avoided this pitfall…am grateful.

  • Lessa says:

    June 26th, 2014 at 12:41 pm

    So very glad I researched this I saw the add maybe 2 years ago and saw it again a few days ago. while my own situation is a little more stable but so glad I didn’t fall for this. Please follow your gut so glad I questioned it… surely don’t need to lose anymore.

  • arslan shahid says:

    March 9th, 2014 at 6:54 am

    i wanted to do job at home but i hove not my own e mail account and i hove not my own bank account can i use other accounts please reply me now i am waiting for your reply

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    Daneil says:

    November 21st, 2013 at 12:49 am

    Not all online jobs are scams. If you need legit and real work then you can find a job on real freelance website like odesk, freelance, elance or govsource.

  • NagaBoys says:

    September 9th, 2013 at 8:39 am

    This sounds great and i thought to appreciate at first.But thinking and thinking of the scammer,i just couldn’t believe even this site.
    losing 49 dollars is not much but cheating people is bad.
    You know how people uses people!
    Anyway, i will never let the liers win me.
    I would rather give a little penny to the beggars on the floor.
    Thanks and we will appreciate if you turn to be for real one in the near future.

  • Anon says:

    June 19th, 2013 at 6:22 am

    Omg im so thankful for this…i fell for it badly i was inches away from giving my visa number grrr why aint it shutdwn yet?????
    I got the same thing bt it had jenifer instead of michelle. Disgusting humanz!!!!!

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    Jeff says:

    March 8th, 2013 at 6:41 pm

    It’s a scam…

  • She says:

    November 23rd, 2012 at 5:18 am

    I don’t know really did anyone try it like for a month and if so did they pay you??

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    chiyhna says:

    November 3rd, 2012 at 6:18 pm

    wow, thank God i found this i was just about to pay and get started making my thousands thought I’d found my answer to life and a new home

  • Chris says:

    October 24th, 2012 at 3:35 pm

    Thank you to all the people who have posted
    Comments to this site!! I am pretty desperate to try
    to bring in some extra $.bills are stacking up $ my pet
    is sick at the vet $ and I bounced 2checks in a row!!!
    But let me tell you that $50-$77 of hard earned money
    THAT I WORK HARD FOR! Will NOT be going to a scammer!
    I seriously was about to take out my debit are and pay one of
    These people! (My wife would have killed me!)
    THESE SCAMMERS MAKE ME SICK and they are predatory to people
    In positions like mine…
    Again Thank you all for your comments!!!!
    (Just ride it out and it will get better)

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    Xandi says:

    October 18th, 2012 at 6:00 pm

    Thanks for the information, I wanted to buy something to post links paying $49.99 with angela bossio but I think its a scam too.

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    emy says:

    October 6th, 2012 at 4:28 am

    Almost fell for her cheap scam,and to imagine I am Nigerian gives me the chills

  • she says:

    September 29th, 2012 at 3:18 pm

    i purchased this..but never call them back..i paid $77…but that is…..i stopped bcoz they want you to open paypal etc etc etc..so realize its a scam too bad i paid already but i know i cant get my money back its ok…big lesson to learned….god will punish them……i should search first….but its all happend now….

  • SHE says:

    September 29th, 2012 at 3:12 am

    Oh god i paid $77 i know i cant get my money back….This is a scam i should known better…I should research first..But its too late now….

  • Jerry says:

    August 21st, 2012 at 5:23 am

    Im so glad I researched before I bought. Thanks!

  • amor says:

    May 4th, 2012 at 8:47 am

    That is sad to hear that there are online jobs that are scams. Good thing I got mine from a reliable online site. I’m with staff.com so far I earned and i don’t have any problem.

  • Cinara says:

    March 10th, 2012 at 8:40 pm

    Im so glad that I search first. I was about to get my credit card, it seems so good to be true… Thank you all for the reviews.

  • Ash Hunter says:

    February 12th, 2012 at 5:56 am

    Thanks a lot for saving my money…I realy thankful to this website and the users. I was about to register in Michelle’s site, after reading all your bad experience I realised that this is not a legit company. I feed bad for all your bad experiences…..

  • Ali says:

    February 5th, 2012 at 12:24 am

    I have just found a review on “Reviewopedia.com” warning against this scam and claiming that you can contact Clickbank as it is a Clickbank product and they will give you a 100% refund if claimed within 60 days. I am about to go and try it at least – just got scammed myself sadly – thought I had more braincells but apparently not..


    she says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 3:43 pm

    i think better to not to call them at all……i learned my mistake so it will never happend again….they got my 77$ that was it…..i never call them or trying to get my money back bcoz i know it will never happend…lesson to be learned…….

  • Kris says:

    February 3rd, 2012 at 10:00 pm

    Was about to sign up, thought I would google it first. Really glad I did. Saved myself some money.

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    Stephen, Canadian says:

    February 2nd, 2012 at 12:25 pm

    Hello Everyone,
    Don’t fall for it. It is all false advertising. They tried to use a Canadian news article to sound legit. The newspaper company they used does not even exist. The make it look so real and when you try to research the article or even click on the page it leads you straight to the home income page. I also have tried searching for news interviews about home income jobs and none exist. On their own sight they don’t show what news company in doing the interview. I know tv companies and they would never report something without their logo being shown. Anyone can produce a tv interview especially when they are making all that money off of people. I also checked to see where their company is located. It is in Cyprus across the ocean. If this was so legit why not have the office right in your own country, the United States. Stay far away from this.


    Persia, Canadian says:
    February 9th, 2012 at 9:07 pm

    Thank you everyone!! I’m soo glad I researched before purchasing. My gosh how it fools all of us to believe we should want this. Our economy is soo bad that we are fooled by this.

  • Kara says:

    February 2nd, 2012 at 8:59 am

    I just signed up forofficial-home-income.com *Barbara McCain’s site* and I wish I could get a refund. But it seems as though I won’t be able to get one or even the help I need from Barbara herself, who said she’d give her own personal email to me. All the information is dated and they give you pre-made emails. So it doesn’t seem very legitimate and does seem very dated. I’m very upset with myself but they made it seem like such a good opportunity. Does anyone have Barbara’s email who signed up for the program? Where is this woman? No one in real time has helped me with the program. I could only send to support@official-home-income.com. I hate myself for doing this now.

  • Stephanie says:

    February 1st, 2012 at 10:50 am

    What about the Barbara McCain offer? Sounds similar to Michelle’s scam. Can you get a refund for that one? I guess she is scamming as well?

  • April says:

    November 30th, 2011 at 10:45 pm

    I had received an email just yesterday from this site and it sure did look legit. I’m glad I researched this before buying there packet.

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    VK says:

    November 21st, 2011 at 4:20 am

    I am cheated here. I have looked at this site, about linking the sites, earn $15 per link. 4 minutes per link. and now they say something which I am not prepared for. I cannot get back my money and they talk about sales facilitated are final. However, this is not a sale when the company does not give what is informed . Why would I work on something different


    As I’ve told you, all sales facilitated by our company are final. Therefore, you will not be receiving a refund. I can, however, continue to work on the upgrade we’ve discussed if you’d like. Please let me know if that’s something you’d be interested in.

    If there’s anything else I can assist you with, please let me know.

    Best regards,

    Hunter Johnson.

    Nov-17 2011 11:04

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    Kelly says:

    November 18th, 2011 at 8:58 am

    Hi, Please read bellow emails I have received: what you should get out of bellow emails: there is absolutely no way of requesting a refund!!

    Kelly Pereira, Nov-10 12:34 (PST):


    I must say I am not satisfied at all with the support you have “attempted”
    to provide. I have received 2 calls and was questioned the whole time, when
    do I get answers to MY questions?
    I have been unable to use any of your services and require a
    reimbursement… please advise once credit has been applied to my credit

    If I do not have a reply within by Nov 14th, I will take it as you are a
    fraud company that are making money for services never rendered and will
    proceed with further actions on my end.

    awaiting a reply.

    Hunter Johnson, Nov-10 13:35 (PST):

    Hello Kelly,

    Firstly, this is not a “Fraud.” This is a legitimate opportunity for you to learn the fundamentals of internet marketing while earning extra money. Like any other endeavor that you invest yourself in, your success will be proportionate to the amount of effort you put forth. Until you have given this an honest shot, please retain such derogatory comments. Many are doing quite well with this program and you could be, too — but if you have any desire to put this program to work, you’ll need to stay positive. Remember, we’re all in this together.

    That being said,

    Is there any particular reason you would like a refund?

    Is there anything related to the functionality of the program that you need assistance with or are struggling with?

    Also, have you relayed this to your coaching agent?


    Hunter Johnson.

    Kelly Pereira, Nov-11 05:56 (PST):


    I understand your job, and I really did want to give you a “shot”… ergo
    the reason I gave you my credit card number and actually purchased your
    I have received 2 calls, from 2 different people asking me the SAME
    questions… why is it so important for you all to know if I have debt or
    maxed out credit cards? and if it so important, why wasn’t it written
    somewhere… why did it take almost 2 weeks to receive a second call???
    I will NOT refrain from saying or doing anything, unless I receive
    CONFIRMATION from my credit card company that you have refunded me the
    full amount! It’s called liberty of speech… and if for any reason you
    refuse to reimburse me, I guess we’ll find out how liberal I am.
    reason I am requesting refund: I AM UNSATISFIED!
    deadline is still Monday November 14th.

    Hunter Johnson, Nov-11 11:55 (PST):

    Hello Kelly,

    There are several resources that our coaching agents can employ to assist you. The questions they were asking are routine and are intended simply to determine which resources would best suit you. Our coaching agents are veterans in the business and have helped many of our members achieve their goals much quicker than they could on their own. You certainly don’t have to do anything that you’re uncomfortable with or unprepared for; their assistance is invaluable regardless of how you choose to capitalize on it.

    The refund policy that you agreed to when you signed up for this program (which can be viewed at the link below) mandates that all sales are final. Therefore, it is extremely difficult for us to issue refunds without a compelling case against the functionality of the program as the result of some defect. The quickest way for you to recover your initial investment (and much, much more) would be to review the educational resources included within your account so to effectively market your sites and start turning profits. The opportunity is yours!


    I do apologize for any dissonance you may have experienced following your purchase with us. I know that this can be a bit overwhelming at first — I was in your place once, too. But please understand that this gets easier as you go along. In fact, it can be quite fun. The information contained within your account is truly invaluable and if you put forth the time and effort to learn and employ that knowledge, I assure you that you will not be disappointed.

    To help you on your way, I’d like to offer you our Pro Upgrade (a $297 value) free of charge. This will afford you ten additional websites (i.e. 10 times the web presence and earning potential). If I can arrange this for you, will you stay on board with us? We surely don’t want you to miss out on this opportunity. Your success is our success!

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Best regards,

    Hunter Johnson.

    [Available] Kelly Pereira to Official
    show details Nov 13 (4 days ago)

    Wow!! and then you say you are not a fraudulent company?!
    How can a purchase be final and no service received?? Over a month after purchase, and I still have no way of actually contacting someone?? Are there no phones that can receive calls from your customers?

    Listen hunter, there’s a reason you have your job, you are very good with words. So good for you, and this company if all your promises seem realistic to other people that feel the same way I do…
    Problem now: I am an extremely hard headed person and my interest on your product has completely faded.
    Unless I receive full refund as requested I will remain UNSATISFIED!

    I do not want free upgrades on a product I still have no idea how to use, I do not want any other explanations… what I DO WANT is very simple, either refund me the full amount or forward my email to someone who can refund me…

    If the answer bellow, which states your “sale is final” is your last word on the matter, i will look for other ways to speak out my dissatisfaction… Please DO NOT try to sell/ give me anything else… it will be a waste of time… I just want my money back!

    I will be contacting legal aid to further research your “final sale” policy.


    Jason says:
    November 19th, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    According to my attorney, we accepted those terms when we signed up. A hard lesson to learn I guess.

    Looking at the other replies from the other companies, you might be lucky enough to be refunded. Cross your fingers.

  • marcia baran says:

    November 12th, 2011 at 7:44 pm

    i read the material on michelle mathew’s web site and i think i might have watched a video about her stuff; what struck me was that in the video and all of the other materials i read she never ever said how you would earn this money. lots of other materials out there relating to real, sup[posedly, jobs on the internet, all of the so called fancy videos i have watched, never ever even give one a clue as to, if you purchase their product, what you have to do to earn money. that fact, in itself, is a warning sign; don’t sign up; get off of their mailing lists as fast as you can. i’m looking for legit on the internet but have never sent in any more rather any money anywhere.

  • sophia says:

    November 11th, 2011 at 7:30 pm

    I as well fell for this stupid scam. I’m very upset about this! does anyone know how you can get a refund! I really just want my money back and don’t know what to do! thanks

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    delna says:

    November 11th, 2011 at 4:21 am

    its so sad because i dont have sufficient account balance in my account.

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    jennifer michael says:

    November 2nd, 2011 at 5:37 pm

    I feel like a fool!!!!! I paid my money, hoping to supplement my income as I get older. After a short absence from completing the “training” modules I discovered I couldn’t log in to the “members area”
    Still not smelling a rat, I diligently sent off an email requesting the problem be fixed please. I got a ticket number…and a little bit of hope …that I could finally finish what I started and take my foot off the pedal at my tedious yet completely legitimate and honest day job.

    I have taken a weeks holidays to complete this ‘farce.’ That people like Michelle Matthews actually exist distresses me. I stumbled across this page whilst still trying to find a way to get onto the site….so thank you for closing a lesson learning chapter in my life. It’s back to the drawing board for me and goodbye to my hard earned cash

  • Cheri says:

    November 2nd, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    Thank you so much for your review. Unfortunately I did my homework after I purchased the Official Home Income system on Oct. 31/11. My own fault. I know better and usually do my research, but let my guard down when I saw that it was backed by several news networks. Intersting though… the info that I received said the woman’s name is Barbara McCain (not Michelle Mathews)and they are now using Safe Cart rather than Click Bank. I spoke with Safe Cart and was told that the company handles their own refunds and has a 30 day refund policy. I was told to contact Official Home Income at support@official-home-income.com and tell them I am not satisfied with their product and want my money back.

    Safe Cart told me they have 48 hours to respond and if I don’t hear back from them I am to contact Safe Cart to let them know. Sent my refund request to them today, so will keep my fingers crossed but won’t be surprised if I never see my money again. It’s very sad that there are so many dishonest people in the world ready to take advantage of someone eleses honesty and trust. I work out of my home as a Massage Therapist and was just looking for something to supplement my income so I can continue to stay at home with my daughter. Thank you for posts like this that help protect innocent people from being scammed. I will be sure to share my experience in hopes that it will help others as well. Peace, Love & Happiness!


    Jason says:
    November 12th, 2011 at 9:53 pm

    I contacted my lawyer and he told me due to the fact I accepted their refund policy, I was not entitled to a refund.

    I guess that I learnt an expensive lesson. Read the small print!!

    Susan says:
    November 11th, 2011 at 11:31 pm

    this Exact same thing happened to me …same people and everything…exact same situation and i got the same answers…i couldnt get any login info for the members area to even look at anything…im just a foool…should have known better…my question to you is , did you get your money back or not…if so i will be contacting Safe Cart…if not them i guess i lost my money..please let me know…thanks..

  • broke in nj says:

    September 30th, 2011 at 12:14 pm

    thanks god i googled her name… but i have to tell u I found this on MSN website..maybe news sites shoudlnt put these scams on there.
    I did find it funny that the bottom of her page where it said get started..only showed MC and Visa no paypal so maybe they got smart to this crap
    shame on these people, with so many people out of work, im sure they are jumping into this scam spending thier last bits of income on this…


    praveen says:
    October 31st, 2011 at 9:51 pm

    Try closing the page and the discounts keep increasing! During the second attempt to close the page it gave a discount of 70$ (36.95$)
    This in itself gives way that this is a marketing scam. But am wondering how she is able to get advertisement slots on major television brands!


  • Monique says:

    September 25th, 2011 at 10:57 am

    YOU MUST READ THE FINE PRINT. They basically said you will not make money.

    As an advertorial, I UNDERSTAND THIS WEBSITE IS ONLY ILLUSTRATIVE OF WHAT MIGHT BE ACHIEVABLE FROM USING THIS PROGRAM, AND THAT THE STORY DEPICTED ABOVE IS NOT TO BE TAKEN LITERALLY. This page receives compensation for clicks on or purchase of products featured on this site. This program is not a job but an educational opportunity that can help individuals learn how to earn money through their entrepreneurial efforts. Anyone who decides to buy any program about making money will not necessarily make money simply by purchasing the program. People who think “I bought these materials so I’m going to automatically make money” are wrong. As any type of education has so many variables, it is impossible to accurately state what you may expect to achieve, however, people who bought the program not only bought the program, but also undertook additional training and education, applied the principles to an area of the market that was growing, kept their commitments and continued to learn. If you do what the individuals depicted did, you may generally expect to achieve a great education in the area of your choice, but you should not expect to earn any specific amount of money. Typical users of the starter materials that don’t enroll in coaching, don’t keep their commitments and don’t implement what they learn, generally make no money. Though the success of the depicted individual is true, her picture and name have been changed to protect her identity. Consistent with the advertorial concept, the comments posted in the comment section are also representative of typical comments and experiences which have been compiled into a comment format to illustrate a dialogue, however, the comments are not actual posts to this webpage and have been compiled or generated for illustrative purposes only.


    Mr. says:
    June 6th, 2012 at 9:37 pm

    I thought it was funny how they state at the bottom of the disclaimer that the comments from users are made up using big words.

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    Law Guy says:

    September 22nd, 2011 at 7:33 pm



  • Anna says:

    September 6th, 2011 at 6:23 pm

    Thank You Thank you Thank you! Thank god for this website I too was very much indeed sucked by everything Michelle had to say. i asked my sister for advice she immediately said NO dont get yourself into that stuff. Thats when I came across this website, this website is a lifesaver. Note to self; always listen to your sister! Good luck everyone hope all goes well especially for you *Millicent!

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    Rachel says:

    July 22nd, 2011 at 8:37 am

    Any offer that makes the viewer feel hurried or anxious is trying to make you spend money before thinking about it. I was sent a link to homeonlinejobs by a my career adviser. This job was posted on careerbuilder.com as if it were truly a legitimate job opportunity. After viewing the web page it sounded to good to be true, so I checked it out. THANK GOD I DID!!! Go with your gut folks!!! If it is sounds to good to be true it probably is.

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    Amber says:

    July 7th, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    I read all about this “opportunity” and I admit it sounded like a dream come true. That is until I called my sister, who I had believed sent me the link. She informed me that her email account had been hacked. I think it’s enough said that it came to me via a complete stranger who acted as if we knew each other and is obviously a their of sorts. Go with your gut and always do your homework! I got lucky and didn’t give a dime of my hard earned money away.

  • maurice says:

    July 5th, 2011 at 11:55 am

    How did you guys contact Clickbank because I don’t see a number or email or any other line of communication

  • Dawn says:

    July 1st, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    A couple weeks ago my friend sent me the info. I was ready to sign up, but my other friend said to just put in my name & email adrs. & leave the site. She said they would then give me a better offer than $97.00. So, no money changed hands that first day. Four days later I went back to the web address, intending to sign up, but all I saw was a truck driving school – no job offer. Today I found the offer when looking at internet offers and was ready to sign up. Then, I decided to check Michelle’s name on ask.com. HORRORS!!! Thanks for all your help here. The Lord stopped me also. PRAISE HIM!

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    ANdy says:

    June 28th, 2011 at 9:28 pm

    If u need to get a refund u can start a dispute in paypal.There is a tab called dispute. Use it. Once they realize this a scam they will suspend owners account and refund money for u.


    Gino says:
    December 6th, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    Hi Andy,
    Good point but? There is a lot of people having a dispute all over the world about this website but can you tell me why is there website still on the internet and not suspended.

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    aipery says:

    June 23rd, 2011 at 6:36 pm

    I think that is so right with all scams and online tricks to get money out of your pocket. But i have learned that is not everything that experts say scam is really a scam. I am a proud amway entrepreneur. Paid $180 to start in march. First month got 200 back, second month around 150. 3rd month $300 dollars for one day. That is amazing. I am really excited for my future income. Just decided i should share my story

  • amber says:

    June 16th, 2011 at 11:20 pm

    how do i get my money back by going through clickbank? what do i do?

  • john says:

    June 13th, 2011 at 11:39 am

    No one realizes that there is education that goes along with this. Its a career change that requries time, dedication, and money… If some truly believes that they can make a 6 figure income by spending $100 and trying to read a book, they are extremely wrong. But the online industry is not a scam,it is lazy people like you who realized their pipe dream didnt come true and they acutally have to put in work to make something work. You are whats wrong with the industry, expecting everything to be handed to you without having to do any foot work on your own. Get the education you need.


    Susan says:
    November 11th, 2011 at 11:36 pm

    how can you get what you need to succeed when an email is never replied to, a phone call is never returned and you are never given login information to get into the members area??

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    Ken says:

    June 9th, 2011 at 6:58 pm

    I attempted to get a refund for my $97.95 5 days later. Dotcom stalled me each of the 6-8 times I asked for a refund. At the end Dotcom told me that they had posted a refund with PayPal. When I asked PayPay for the refund they said that Dotcom had not posted the refund. Dotcom tells me that PayPal is the problem. Now both Dotcom & PayPal say that I am past the time when I can get a refund.

    Luckily I have a paper trail of emails proving that I did request a refund with in PayPal’s 45 days limit & Dotcom’s 60 day limit. I bet that if I asked Visa to refund they would say that I’m past their time limit. Around & around we go…very little hope of seeing my $97.95 again. Don’t I feel like a fool.

  • Bob says:

    June 5th, 2011 at 9:00 pm

    Oh by the way it appears PayPal is supporting Michelle Mathews in her quest to scam more people, as you can see on each and every one of my payments made went through PayPal, WHY? And also I was paying USA exchange rates which makes it worse.


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    Bob says:

    June 5th, 2011 at 8:54 pm

    Hi all to all you bloggers and I would like to say I am srry to hear so many people has been *SCAMMED* by such a ruthless women and now I am another *Victim* to her list of Victims.

    After reading all the BLOGS on Michelle Mathews of Official Home Jobs, I do feel a little better now that I am not the only one who has been scammed by Michelle Mathews of Official Home Jobs. I live in New Zealand. To my demise and stupidity I joined on the 3rd June 2011, I paid the following amounts of money:

    Website Center Pro
    Checkout with PayPal

    VIP Account
    Checkout with PayPal

    Official Home Jobs
    Checkout with PayPal

    After all these payments and reading through the training program I suddenly realized it’s not for me. I have written a few messages to Michelle Mathews with *URGENT* on them, no replies, I have exhausted my quest in getting any response on whether Official Home Jobs has any intension of paying me any refund.

    If anybody can help me on how I can get my money back from
    Michelle Mathews of Official Home Jobs I would appreciate it.

    Regards Bob

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    millicent says:

    May 25th, 2011 at 7:23 am

    hi everyone, i hope there are blogs like this for every scam on the internet. I too have joined you all in being suckered. I joined for 49.95, then upgraded straight away for 97.00 then spent another 17.95. then waited for someone to contact me in 24-28 hours. that person didnt call until 36 hours, after the money had gone from my bank. I tell u these guys are smart. then this guy rings me and asks me about my financial situation and that i have to be interviewed to go into a “special” team where they will help me and guarantee if i do all they say i will be rich. to get into this elite group it would cost $3000 to $15000. I asked what the business would be, what about the businss i had just bought?? he then told me i wouldnt make any money out of that and if i did it would take along time, he had a better deal. I asked what kind of business it was, he changed the subject. i asked him where was Michelle Matthews, he changed the subject. he then told me i was a liar and i wouldnt succeed at anything and he ended up hanging up on me. He definitely didnt like it when i started asking questions. so yes MICHELLE MATHEWS, if she really exists IS DEFINITELY A FRAUDSTER AND A SCAMMER. DO NOT GO ANYWHERE NEAR THE “OFFICIAL HOME JOBS” SITE – they are professional thieves. the number this person called me on was 01 800 194 0202. thanks everyone on how to recover the money thats what im gonna do next and yes its true, they will get what they deserve, its inevitable. good or bad “YOU WILL REAP WHAT YOU SOW” – thats a promise from God. Praise him.

  • Kim says:

    May 22nd, 2011 at 7:51 am


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    Jordan says:

    May 22nd, 2011 at 7:40 am

    I believe everthing happens for a reason.. I went as far as entering my 3 digit pin and then clicked on the button to process! LUCKILY I DID NOT HAVE ENOUGH FUNDS IS MY ACCOUNT THAT IT GOT DECLINED!!! lol ..although at the moment I was feeling pretty embarrassed and also pretty bumed thinking that I was going to miss out on what I thought had seemed like the quickest fix to all my Financial Problems!! THANK YOU TO THE MAN ABOVE FOR ONCE AGAIN WATCHING OVER ME!! I declined for a reason but still eagar to give it a go somehow ended up on this page!! I CAME SO CLOSE!!

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    Jeannie says:

    May 19th, 2011 at 12:02 pm

    Hi everyone, I’m so grateful for sites like this where we can check out questionable offers. I came so close to paying for this system, but something was nagging my brain and I decided to check into the program. What I was thinking was that this was sounding like simply promoting ClickBank products, —- which you can do for yourself, without spending any money whatsoever. All you need to do is find several products you would like to promote, and sign up (free) as an affiliate and promote the offer. When sales are made you make the commission…period.. No middle man/woman necessary. For those of you who ended up purchasing the product – does this sound about right??

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    Mark Ellis says:

    May 16th, 2011 at 12:53 pm

    Why this Michelle woman is not in prison is beyond me! What a liar and scam artist.

  • joe says:

    May 11th, 2011 at 9:40 am

    Is there such a thing as a legit work from home online companies ? If there is, can you name some please. Thanks Joe

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    Marc Peron says:

    May 3rd, 2011 at 7:47 pm

    Run away! Run as fast you can! This woman is a shark, a Great White Shark.Been there, done that. These people that sell this kind of junk can’t possibly sleep well. I hate big government but there really should be some agency out there protecting us from our own stupidity.


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    the enterpreneur says:

    May 3rd, 2011 at 9:52 am

    i almost fell for this crap. u won’t believe i tried over ten times to pay for the product but the site just refused to take my money and i was getting upset for missing out on a fine opportunity like this. then something told me to find her and contact her personally to take my money, hillarious. yea i know. so then i googled her name and it brought me straight to this page. Thak God Almighty for sparing me the trouble of asking for a refund!

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    JC says:

    April 21st, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    Nothing was promised as advertised. Terrible customer service (One so called specialist named Nathan–didn’t even know who Michelle Mathews was. He had to put me on hold to find out). I got the run around over and over. They transferred me to different people continuously who could not answer any questions. Forget about getting a personal email address to talk to the (non-existent) Michelle Mathews–they don’t have her email available. They say on the advertisement that you can get your money back anytime within 2months, but then when you call, they say their policy says you get your refund after 2months once you have actually tried the program. UMMMM, WELL I tried the program but it’s nothing like the advertisement promised liars! They promised a highly trained staff that would help you with the entire process–bunch of idiots playing on the phone and stealing people’s money. My bank statement was also charged $1 and some change for international fees from them so I know they’re not in the US. I called ClickBank for a refund, but they did not do the transfer-guess who did… Cash Home Solutions! I ended up calling my bank to place a dispute case. They refunded my money and are investigating the company.

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    Jeffrey says:

    April 13th, 2011 at 6:54 am

    Hi everyone. I too fell for this scam. Unfortunately it happens to us all at some time.

    To get your money back you can try Clickbank but you have 60 days to do so.

    The only other way that I know of to get your money back is to dispute the transaction at your financial institution. Not all but some will do this, mine does, they just fill out a form for you then it goes through the system and about a week or so later your account should be credited for the amounts you disputed.

    Its worth looking in to. I hope this helps. All the best.

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    ARL says:

    March 31st, 2011 at 10:43 am

    Run away! They promise a 60 day refund if you are not satisfied. I asked for it the day after i signed up. All I got was more promotions and the run around. I thought i had done my homework, I was wrong. Be careful of who is rating these type of businesses. Stay away stay far away.

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    Amalia says:

    March 22nd, 2011 at 11:09 am

    OMG. I fell for this shit too. too bad I didn’t read this before but the best thing you can do is file a dispute with your bank to get a full refund back. I got charged 3 times. Once for $78 and 2 more for $49 and when I called the bank they told me that they were trying to take out more money becuase there were nine other attempts but since I didn’t have enough money they denied it. I filed a dispute and now I know that I will for sure get my money back.

    They make it sound easy but once you buy the package there’s like 7 weeks of crap to do before you can start and they make you sign up for paypal so they can get more money out of you. I feel so stupid now but i have learned a lesson. I’m really sorry for you people that fell into this crap too.

  • Kyle says:

    March 21st, 2011 at 7:51 am

    I was scammed too, but thank God I used Paypal. I followed Heather’s advice and I got my money back within minutes.

    I think Paypal knows that they’re a scam.

    Thanks for this site and to Heather, God bless you.

  • Christine Smith says:

    March 19th, 2011 at 9:42 am

    I was Scammed…I ask for my money back that same day and have asked for it ever since … no response and no money back…This was the worst thing I have ever did in my life….These people are thieves…….Christine

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    Christine says:

    February 24th, 2011 at 1:54 am

    Thank God I found this site! I almost fell for the scam. I did some more research and there is no such person as the “self-made millionaire Michelle Mathews”. Thank goodness for sites like this!

  • Imo says:

    February 21st, 2011 at 11:10 pm

    I got sucked into the scam by the advertised ‘job’. I had thought this was a work-at-home-deal, doing legit business, but I was wrong. I found out I had been scammed immediately I made the initial registration payment with the next step being to upgrade and further payment of money. I immediately requested for a refund, since 9th of February 2011; however rather than a refund,I got 2 emails stating I have not been forgotten, etc and another one asking to confirm if I really wanted to cancel. I confirmed cancellation, but I have been getting emails meant to coax me to remain with ‘juicy’ offers and promotions. I have just contacted clickbank to register my cancellation and hopefully, should get refunded shortly. People like Michelle Mathews should be cooling their heels in jail; this is nothing but false representation with intent to deceive and defraud! DON’T GO NEAR HOME ONLINE JOBS!!!!

  • Heather says:

    February 21st, 2011 at 3:24 pm

    Just an update from my post at 8:19 this morning; I have already received my refund back into my bank account…so there is hope for anyone else looking for a refund.

  • Ingrid says:

    February 21st, 2011 at 10:09 am

    Today I saw a website Home Revenue Stream also from Michelle Mathews. Checking it out I came to this page. Thank you guys for all this information, you saved me from spending my money on this scam. And yes, always buy from Clickbank. I already bought several products from them and they always paid me back without any problem. Thanks again, Ingrid

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    Nazif says:

    February 21st, 2011 at 9:29 am

    Let me tell you my worst experience with the company mentioned above. They are the biggest SCAM on earth. I have lost more than $6657 with them in addition to the registration fee i paid them worth $95.

    Once they take the registration, they will never ever bother to give you what you have earned, rather suspend your account if you email them and ask them for the payment. This is the most critical part on their behalf.

    It is advised not to register with them no matter what. I suggest you all to use your skills somewhere else instead of taking the bother from them.

    I have attached few of the proofs hereunder. I would consider my $6657 worthy if i save people from going in the wrong direction.


    Your friend (A victim)
    Account ID: KJ216384

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    Heather says:

    February 21st, 2011 at 8:19 am

    A dreadful rating for this home online jobs is an understatement…but don’t feel bad for getting sucked in…I think most of us who did took comfort in that it was “featured on the news”. In addition to the initial charge to open the acct, I also paid to have it upgraded AND purchased one of the software items.

    Then I found this review on 2/20/2011. AS FOR A REFUND: One of the above comments was particularly helpful in getting it, so thank you to the poster of that review: Go directly to PAYPAL and SUBMIT A DISPUTE IN THEIR RESOLUTION CENTER. It posts it first to give the seller an opportunity to respond before it gets escalated to paypal. It will ask you what is wrong with the product. I indicated 1)it was not the product as was described, (Instead of a bag I got a brick) and 2)it’s an IMITATION.

    It will also ask for further, explicit comments on why you’re unsatisfied with the product. I stated I wanted an immediate and full refund for all items purchased on 2/19/2011 from Dotcom Internet Marketing. I had made my initial purchase but to get any more information I was having to make additional purchases. Then it had come to my attention that this is a scam. (Yes, I posted that directly in my comments). I went on to say that I had contacted their support center and was unable to get any useful responses from them.

    Just to verify, I made my purchases on Saturday, 2/19/2011. I posted my disputes yesterday, 2/20/2011 after finding this review and in LESS THAN 24 HOURS I HAVE BEEN GRANTED MY FULL REFUND!!! I love you paypal! I would recommend anyone else who wishes to dispute their purchases made through paypal, instead of going to clickbank, use paypal’s RESOLUTION CENTER. *Paypal has informed me that it may take up to 5 business days for the funds to be back in my account but that’s far better than having to wait out the 60 day period like several of the above comments have stated and then in the end getting denied. Good luck to all.

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    Veda says:

    February 20th, 2011 at 12:10 pm

    I can’t belive i was scammed, other websites have recommended michelle Matthews, that’s why I fell for it. However i requested a refund, since 2/15/2011 have not heard from them. Its hard to be scammed out of your money when you were really looking for a job because you had no money. I want to know how i can get my money back.

  • Tennis mom says:

    February 18th, 2011 at 3:48 pm

    I just ordered the program yesterday. When I went to sign on today, my password didn’t work. So I clicked on forgot my password and then it said to check my email and I would have a new password. Guess what? Nothing. I waited 5, 10 min, still nothing. So, I decided to pull up Michelle’s name and this is where I was lead. I was going to pull it up yesterday but right after you purchase, it sends you into screen after screen…I just called Clickbank and it was quick and they just said ok and I should be getting a credit back on my card within a few days.

  • Jess says:

    February 15th, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    does anyone know how to obtain your clickbank number if you can’t find it?

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    Gloria Peron says:

    February 15th, 2011 at 11:44 pm

    After you get your money back, report them to the FBI and they will shut them down

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    Gloria Peron says:

    February 15th, 2011 at 11:41 pm

    you can go to http://FBI.gov/ and report this internet scam and they will take care of it

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    Grace Kanetake says:

    February 15th, 2011 at 10:36 am

    Thank you very much everyone, I just called ClickBank customer service @1-800-390-6035. The person who answered my call was very nice and she didn’t even ask me the reason for my request of the refund. She just asked me the order number. So hopefully I get refund within this week.
    However, for Paypal, as somebody mentioned before that I need to contact Home Online Job and request the refund first. Does someone know their e-mail address beside support@homewebsitecenter.com? This one doesn’t work.
    I need my $97.95 back!!

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    Edward says:

    February 12th, 2011 at 7:54 pm

    Hello again: A way to get your money back from Home Online Jobs is to: 1. Contact Clickbank for any purchases made through them at 1-800-390-6035 and explain the situation that Home Online Jobs is an Internet scam. They told me that they will refund my money immediately, which they are doing.

    2. Contact PayPal for any purchases made through them at 1-888-221-1161 and explain the situation to them about Home Online Jobs. They told me to send an email to Home Online Jobs requesting a refund. If I didn’t receive a refund from Home Online Jobs within 10 days, then I need to contact PayPal again, and they will refund my money immediately.

    The representative that I spoke to at Clickbank and at PayPal provided excellent customer service and they were very compassionate about the situation.

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    Patrick says:

    February 11th, 2011 at 3:41 pm

    This is the worst scum on the face of GOD’S green earth these people should all be sent below without passing GO.I LOST my $49.95, I’m Looking for them to reap what they sow.

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    Rachel says:

    February 8th, 2011 at 6:34 pm

    WORST!!!!!!!!!!!!! RUDE CUSTOMER SERVICE. I paid 30 dollars to sign up for this then discovered you had to pay 100 dollars more just to earn at least 50. I decided to just stop doing it and got a call from someone who told me how I was doing and I said its okay I got it covered then she yelled at me saying obviously you dont or you would be making money…super rude

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    Edward says:

    February 8th, 2011 at 4:43 pm

    Hello: I also fell for this scam because I didn’t check it out properly like I normally do. I learnt a valuable lesson. However, I contacted Clickbank (1-800-390-6035) to get refunds on the items that I purchased. They told me that I would get a refund for two of the three items. My understanding is that Clickbank is very honest and will refund my monies. The Pro upgrade was not handled through Clickbank so I called my credit card company (Visa) and they informed me that they will refund my purchase for the Pro upgrade if Home Online Jobs doesn’t refund my money (which Home Online Jobs won’t do). I will have to email supportive documentation to my credit card company so that they can verify that I had asked Home Online Jobs for a refund on the Pro upgrade (which I have done twice). It is very sad that there are people like Michelle Mathews who are so dishonest.

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    Laura says:

    February 8th, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    Ordered the product on 1/31/2011 for $49.95 attempted to cancel 2/1/2011 Started to receive phone calls from Greg Cooper 1866 202 1960 Ext 1029. He set up a return call to talk to me and my husband. During this interview he asked a lot of personal financial questions. After the interview we received a phone call from his supervisor Mike. Mike was also very inquisitive and became defensive when ask question how program really works. He basically said they have between 5,000 to 100,000 people per week to choose whether they want to COACH us on how to build our online business. At that point it became evident this is a scam to get 49.95 from as many people as possible. Their company information is very hard to find making it almost impossible to file a complaint with the state Attorney General. Buyer beware… We are not 100% sure of this address we’re told this when we used one of the phone numbers to return a call International Coaching 4510 E. Sunset Rd 5-513 Las Vegas, Nevada 89120

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    joseph St. John says:

    February 8th, 2011 at 11:24 am

    i’m so glad i didn’t get caught up in this . for all who did i send my condolences. my concern is that this company has been sending e-mails in my name telling others that i approve this crap and wish they could get on board. i wish to bring charges against this scam but need to find out a proper address and or person. any help in shutting this down would be appreciated. thanks and god bless

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    Karla says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 11:22 pm

    Yes, i’m joining the ranks of those that have been scammed by Michelle Matthews. I was honestly looking for an income at home site when I stumbled on this. I am an honest person and i’m only looking to supplement an income with a little extra to help my family out. My husband lost his job and we were struggling. I invested my last $162.80 to buy the program, upgrade, purchase another program to get on all these search engines, and get unlimited search engine contacts and to my surprise, they were asking for another $49.95 to upgrade again. By this time I figured it was a SCAM!!!! I am so upset because I could have kept that money for something else besides this rip off. So i’m out all that money and I know I won’t get a refund. Shame on Michelle Matthews for ripping people off like that. I truly believe though, what goes around will one day come back around. She will be rewarded for her evil deeds!!!!!

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    Navidad says:

    February 7th, 2011 at 3:58 pm

    I fell for this scam and now I need help getting my money back. I cannot find the phone number to call and get my money back. Can some one give me the number to give them a call?

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    Debra says:

    February 6th, 2011 at 10:07 pm

    I just fell for Michelle Mathew’s program too, and feel like a Big Sucker! I just purchased the program for $29.95; $32.35 with tax last night. I am calling ClickBank tomorrow to request a refund and hopefully will get my money back. I hope they won’t try to put any more purchases on my credit card. I have learned my lesson. I will never sign up for anything anymore without fully investigating it first. I wish I had checked it out thoroughly first on this site.

  • vic says:

    February 6th, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    it’s a SCAM!!!! still trying to get my refund after a week

  • liz says:

    February 6th, 2011 at 11:44 am

    wow! Something told me to do my research on this individual Michelle Mathews.I almost fell for it.Thanks’ to everybody’s bad comments

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    Total Scam Cheat says:

    February 4th, 2011 at 10:09 pm

    After reading all these reviews I wanted to contact someone directly and call them out on it. I have fallen for crap like this in the past and now I try to always do google scam searches and guess what..it always is a scam! You really can’t do anything like this or this ‘easy’ and get paid for it. It’s all affiliates and links and referrals for one person to make out and prey on every1 else. garbage! the positive comments on the links I’ve seen are just paid people to say stuff like that to get us hopefuls up….garbage…legitimate garbage. I can’t believe google even allows them to say they are backed or whatever by them..thats terrible on Google’s part!! I’ll start searching with Bing lol. good grief. Whats the world coming to??!!?? Why does this even get a STAR rating? Shouldn’t even get ONE!

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    Catrina says:

    January 31st, 2011 at 10:23 pm

    I too just fell for this. It is nothing as it seemed. I could not even create a website because it wanted me to upgrade, which i did not do. I am so glad i read this. Now i know where to go for my money back. I am contacting Clickbank immediately. I wish something could be done with crap like this

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    spunky says:

    January 31st, 2011 at 12:34 pm

    I almost fell for this. Sounds too good to be true and it is. I am grateful for this site and all the reviews. I’m glad I didn’t fall in the HOLE. What a SCAM!

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    vishal patel says:

    January 31st, 2011 at 12:21 pm




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    Margaret says:

    January 30th, 2011 at 1:35 pm

    Hi! To all of you out there who has looked into this website for Michelle Matthews……PLEASE DO NOT DO IT!!!! IT IS A BIG TIME SCAM!!!!! I fell for it and thank God can get my money back. I really wanted something that I could do from home so that I could have a little more financial stability. However, home-online-jobs.org, IS NOT THE ANSWER!!!! Someone is going to get into serious financial hardship over scams like these. I have always heard it said, “What goes around comes around.” It may take awhile but eventually, she will get what she deserves!

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    TomOnline says:

    January 30th, 2011 at 1:58 am

    Hi everyone,

    I also have a membership with Home Online Jobs by Michelle Matthews. Let me start by saying that I doubt there is a real “Michelle Matthews.” I’m pretty sure she is just a paid avatar spokes-person to help promote and sell the product.

    I agree that the sales page is totally misleading. They make it seem like it won’t cost all that much, yet once you pay for a membership, get ready….cause here come the up sells. What gets me with particular system is that once you’re in, they make it sound like unless you upgrade, then you are not serious about making money. Also, if you don’t upgrade to the Pro Membership, the system will not even allow you to submit a support ticket.

    Additionally and for the record, most of the add ons are from other companies, so the owner of the Home Online Jobs System, whoever they are, must be making affiliate commissions on all those up sells. That fact also makes it more difficult when requesting refunds, because you have to get your refunds from each company.

    Support is also terrible. I submitted one ticket and to date have never gotten a response. I also don’t like the fact that they only have a few website products to choose from. This means that for every member, there is the exact same website selling the exact same product out there on the web competing with you. What’s worse is that they allow the members to change the price of the product to whatever they want. Doing a search, I found prices for the same product ranging from $4.00 – $49.95. While the idea seems good at first glance, once you realize that you have other members desparate enough to reduce the price to $4.00, trust me, you do not have a good chance of making any money on your website.

    I also question the quality of the digital products…they’re really not all that great. Another draw back is that when someone wants to buy, they MUST become a PayPal member to purchase. There’s no option for them to Charge the product without setting up a PayPal account, which is a deterant for anyone that doesn’t have a PayPal account. PayPal used to only do it that way, but they changed it years ago, because they were losing members left & right, so I’m not exactly sure why we don’t have that option on our PayPal Checkout cart.

    The other thing that gets me is that…and I’ve been around for awhile, but they lead you to believe that there is a good chance of making money fast, which simply is not the case. It takes time to get websites listed on the web and with Classifieds, Directories and other Free locations on the web generally are not great resources for getting paying customers. They help in the overall sceme of things, but don’t expect much.

    Frankly and to be honest with all of you, I can see how this system could start to make money over time….if you have 10 to 20 websites on front page of say Google, Yahoo & Bing, but as I said, that takes time, money and a lot of effort.

    As for getting a refund, since their payment processors are ClickBank & PayPal, you will eventually get your money back. They are both very large and reputable payment processors and they have strict guildlines when it comes to refunds and stated Money Back Guarantees. I’ve never not been able to get my money back from either of them. If you run into issues with PayPal, I would let them know that there is a 60 Day stated Money Back Guarantee and that there are many, many forums on the internet, such as this one with many complaints about this company and I would go as far as to state that you will be posting your refund request results on this forum. You won’t have any issues with ClickBank. PayPal can drag their feet a bit or ask for more related details, but if you have your order number and give them your reasons, they will give you your money back.

    How would I rate the Home Online Jobs System by Michelle Matthews?? I’m afraid they get a (D) on my score card. This system just isn’t worth the frustration and they are very deceptive on the presale.

  • john says:

    January 28th, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    I did recieve my refund from clk bank of $49.95 but i upgraded to pro and i had a cc charge of $97.00. That $97.00 i will never get back cause that is a charge from dotcom internet which i hear is based out of britain. There is no e-mail or phone number to get a hold of. That charge on my credit card did not even show up at my local bank on purchases on my monthly statement!!! I wish these people get a taste of their own medicine someday and when and if they are ever in prison, i hope they have lovely days locked up!!! For all of u reading this out there, trust me its a scam!!

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    john says:

    January 28th, 2011 at 12:06 am

    i got the screwing of my life with this Michelle!!! they all should be investigated and jailed by the state attorney generals office!!!

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    Trish says:

    January 27th, 2011 at 7:44 am

    I was ripped off by Michelle Mathews program. They charged my account for things that I did not approve. I can not find an address to get my money back.

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    David says:

    January 26th, 2011 at 11:19 am

    I almost purchased this program because it somehow looked legitimate…but after reading above it apparently is not. I read a comment above, Charlene stated that she never started an account and never ordered any programs from these folks; so how did they get her money??? You must have entered your credit or pay pal info somewhere on their website, maybe after clicking the ADD TO CART button, right?

  • Mary Fariss says:

    January 25th, 2011 at 10:35 am

    I don’t even like them having my name and email address. Do any of you feel that way?

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    OMG says:

    January 24th, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    Yes, I’m another victim of this scam. I just call Clickbank and got my refund. Then I called Paypal to put a freeze on the charges from Home-online-jobs.com(Dotcom internet) which is located in Britain. Paypal suggest that I should call them first and try to resolve the issue. I will keep you posted.

  • jatinder pal singh says:

    January 24th, 2011 at 10:12 am

    I was just seconds away for this since i got The link from a trusted site.Thanks a lot for all the reviews. hard earned $ was just about to go. These people should be jailed.

  • Kayi Joseph Alex says:

    January 23rd, 2011 at 1:10 am

    Dear all, thanks for sharing all your experiences with this SCUM program i was on the verge to make my payments to this SCUM!! thank God i read this article before falling a prey to them. Sorry for those who already committed in their cash hopefully they will recover it back.

  • cherubi says:

    January 22nd, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    Thank you all and I feel sorry for those who lost their money in this scam. Since I’m not from USA, I didn’t put the zip code on their website (home-online-jobs.org) and the result was “There are Currently 2 Positions Left In Your City”. Which City were they talking about?? I got a shaky thought at the moment and decided to google search for any reviews and finally landed up here. Thank you all. My simple suggestion to all.. If you happen to come across similar offers which my attract you, do your complete review first prior to make any payment. A simple google search will help you a lot!!

  • jing says:

    January 21st, 2011 at 11:19 am

    thanks everyone! almost fell for it too. I am so gald I did check this site first.

  • geoff says:

    January 20th, 2011 at 2:05 pm

    Geoff again(see jan19th posted@12.27p.m) some good news thanks to paypal £89.95 refunded and thanks to clickbank £21.54 refunded but still trying for the remaining £85.89 which are proving more difficult because i’m dealing direct with home-online-jobs thank you for your reveiws they have put me back on track

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    geoff says:

    January 19th, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    oh dear i have paid £192.43 before i realized this was too good to be true ,i am trying for a refund i used my credit card for part of this and pay pal from my bank for £85.00 i don’t hold out much hope for the refund but will try. how stupid can i get ? i wish i had read the reveiws

  • help! says:

    January 19th, 2011 at 9:39 am

    Help! Could someone help me get my money back from clickbank?!? Ive never used this site before and I dont know how to get my refund from clickbank?!? Please help me!

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    janar says:

    January 19th, 2011 at 8:58 am


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    Charlene Buttolph says:

    January 17th, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    I made myself a promise that I would not get into these scams; however I really fell for this one…

    They got my money however as I kept reading I started to see that this was a scam, just like all the others.

    I never started an account with these people and never ordered any programs from them.

    I have written them soooooo many times to ask them to return my money to my credit account asap and that I am not interested in their program.

    They have a link on their page to unsubscribe (I never subscribed) and clicked on that link. My virus program stopped me from sending any correspondence to this “link” because they stated that it was a harmful site.

    I am 70 years of age, a recent widow living on social security. I thought I could make a little more money especially the way the economy is today. I only get paid the third Wednesday of every month.

    Like most people today living in this economy and losing jobs left and right, it is very difficult to say the least and to have people like “Click ‘N Save” pounce on the needy is terrible. I just had to report this to someone. I need every dime in my bank account and these people are refusing to return my monies.

    Thank you for reading..

    Charlene Buttolph

  • Jocelyn says:

    January 14th, 2011 at 4:01 pm

    Yeah, this whole thing is a scam.

    The idea of working at home to earn money has always appealed to me and I thought it looked legit. The whole interview thing is what got me. I looked if there was a scam but it didn’t say what the program was. I didn’t think to look up the interview’s name with scam.

    Anywho, I paid and then VIP’d and then what is this?? hey go PRO for 60 and then pay for customers and pay for clicks and OH BOY what did I do!!!

    THE MOMENT YOU SEE THIS if you paid, go on your email with the purchase confirmations and ask ClickBank to refund it IMMEDIATLY. Don’t wait, don’t deal with the scam website. They refunded me today so no harm done!

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    amanda says:

    January 13th, 2011 at 10:53 am

    This is simply another scam as everyone on this site can attest to. I admit to being on the verge of signing up even though “if it seems to good to be true…” was playing in my head. This is how my story went:

    I saw the ad on Facebook and decided to click it. A window opened up to a News 7 website detailing how a woman in Vancouver is making money from home and able to live the life she always dreamed about, while staying at home with her children. The website looked like a news site and Kelly’s story appeared to be legit, written as an investigation into online work at home programs. The site had tabs like Finance, Opinion, Health, Sports, World, US, which struck me as odd considering the content was a Canadian woman’s story, with Canadian newspaper and networks advertised (as seen on). I tried to click the Health tab only to have another window open telling me how I could make $87 an hour by working from home…hmmmm…I closed it and clicked on the World tab-same window popped up. When I tried to close the windows, a new pop up appeared saying Wait! there are only 4 openings in your area (funny, a minute ago there was only 1), are you sure you want to navigate away from this page? DEFINITELY!!

    I did some more research and landed here, thankfully! I didn’t sign up but that doesn’t mean I wasn’t close. It is a compelling hook and believable but it is a scam. I was reminded that there are plenty of opportunists out there who are cashing in on the vulnerabilities of others. The person who created this is the only person cashing in.

    Be a smart consumer and remember that if something seems to good to be true, it probably is.

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    Bennie Wright says:

    January 13th, 2011 at 9:24 am

    It is great to warn people. I read all of this person’s information and was ready to send my money to get started. It should be against the law to advertise to people who are desperate to make money – only to find out the little money they have will be lost in a scam.

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    SLBJ says:

    January 12th, 2011 at 9:26 am

    I kept waiting for something to come in the mail to help me get started. I had not heard from anyone outside a couple of e-mails, two of them wanting me to upgrade with further expense.

    I sent two e-mails stating that I did not want to pursue this and asked for my money back. Later in the week I recieved a call from a very rude man who was trying to talk me into giving this program a try.

    I kept telling him that I did not want to pursue this and he kept taking my words and twisting them around. “So, are you saying that you don’t want to be financially independent.” Comments like that.

    At one point he got nasty and said “you are not hearing what I am telling you.” I told him at that point that the conversation was over and I wanted to know how to get my refund.

    At that point he would not talk to me anymore. Told me to go to the website and find the number for customer service. That he had other calls to make to people that wanted to work for themselves and make money.

    Thank you for this site. I called and hopefully they will follow through and refund my money. Don’t fall for it!!!

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    Marissa says:

    January 11th, 2011 at 4:14 pm


    Luckily I found this website and immediately called Clickbank and got my money refunded without any questions asked. If you want a refund call

    208 345 4245

    within 60 days!! But they sent me an email ticket confirmation saying that “Clickbank tried to send me technical support and the customer declined.” I emailed from the beginning and never got a reply other than the DO NOT reply back email. Anywho, they said it would take 3-5 business days for the money to go back into my account so let’s see what happens. Day 1

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    David says:

    January 10th, 2011 at 5:41 pm


    Further to my earlier post (No 8), I have managed to get every penny back that I paid to these scammers. Clickbank refunded with no question and I lodged a complaint to Paypal who responded very quickly and have confirmed that a refund is on its way. I have learn’t my lesson and will not act on impulse again as I think I was very lucky to get away with it this time.

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    Gayle says:

    January 10th, 2011 at 10:20 am

    This is a follow up to the comment I left on Friday, I just contacted CLKBank who is the actual seller of this program for Michelle Matthews, I really gave the poor lady I spoke to an ear full and mentioned all of the complaints I had read about Michelle Matthews and what a fraud and a scam this whole thing was. I told them they would be well advised to stop selling her products, but I am sure that it went in one ear and out the other as they are getting a percentage of everything she sells. And since there are no contact phone numbers on the On Line Job website to call and complain or ask for a refund most likely only a few folks ever know that you can contact CLK Bank direct to get a refund. I looked them up on their website and got a phone number and called them this morning and they are refunding my full payment price. Yeah….So in case anyone needs it the number you call is 208-345-4245. As long as you are within your 60 days of purchase you can get your money back. So ANYONE who has been taken in by this blood sucking..Michelle Matthews call CLKBank and get your money back…… or their website is CLKBank.com

  • Kiara says:

    January 10th, 2011 at 7:47 am

    Thank God for this website and honest people like you!
    My son just turned two months old so I am trying to get a job to help my boyfriend out with rent and bills.
    I heard about this online work-from-home business when I was searching for jobs.
    I read the whole spill she had about how profitable it was so I was excited to start.
    However, when I clicked the link to being, it sent me to a page that told me to pay $49.95 and IMMEDIATELY knew it was a scam.
    You should NEVER have to pay to start working EVER.

  • Jubet says:

    January 9th, 2011 at 3:01 pm

    Hello all,

    I too, a click away from purchase Michell Mathews package. Luckily I found this review, however I have couple questions… If Home-Online-Jobs (M.Mathews’ web) is such a big FRAUD and SCAM, then why all the well known channel like CNN, ABC, USA TODAY, MSN, and BBC talking about it like it’s a legitimate good opportunity to get success!!! Are all the news out there trying to trick people like M.Mathews too??? It bothers me that even news channels that we trust didn’t do anything about A SCAM right under their nose, they just let it slide through to hurt innocent people like us. Now, who do you TRUST?! NO ONE ???!

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    louise says:

    January 8th, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    please everyone who thinks this website is 4real !!!! stop dont give them money this is a big scam call 1-208-345-4245 within 60 days hopefully 2 get your money back.Someone needs to form a website that will pop-up automatically to let u know if it is a scam or not charging just a small free.

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    Gayle says:

    January 8th, 2011 at 6:06 pm

    OMG I fell for it to, I wish I had known about this scam research website before it was too late, I paid $49.95 for the job and then an additional $17.95 for the VIP Membership. THe deeper I went they just kept asking for more and more money, After the 2nd payment I started getting that sinking feeling, I sent an email to this Michelle Matthews right away and the only response I got was a ticket number from their support saying someone would contact me within 48 hrs, and the only thing I have had since was more emails from her trying to get me to sign up for the PRO service…. This is WITHOUT A DOUBT a SCAM-SCAM-SCAM……… PLEASE don’t fall for it. I have sent a request to CLK Bank which is the company that actually sells this product/service but have not heard back from them either. I just feel like such a FOOL because I try to always follow the rule that if it sounds to good to be true…… It usually is. But in this case I didn’t. I just lost my job the beginning of Dec and was getting desperate to get some money coming in and now I just threw away nearly $68.00 that I did not have to lose…

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    martinho says:

    January 8th, 2011 at 7:52 am

    complete Scam!!!

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    matthew says:

    January 7th, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    Hi, like most of the people here I almost fell into that trap hole. Praise the lord for honest people like yourselves who help spare those who may have fallen suit.
    Damn people like Michelle Matthews who lack a soul and are only out for themselves. People don’t simply have the cash right now and people like Michelle know this. I swear if heaven and hell exsists, Hell would be too kind.

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    David says:

    January 7th, 2011 at 4:45 pm

    I wish I had found this site last night having just paid £140 for the full package with http://www.home-online-jobs.org. I am normally careful but was taken in by the promises. I have got £80 back from clickbank but the other £60 was paid to a dotcom address in the uk. I have a nasty feeling that although I made the payment through paypal it will not be covered for refund. It is about time that these scams are removed from the internet as soon as they are discovered and companies like paypal and clickbank should stop allowing them to use their sites to collect money. I am feeling quite sick at the moment, they say greed makes you blind and boy are they correct

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    Sheila/Mike says:

    January 7th, 2011 at 9:20 am

    THANK YOU!!!!! We are so happy we did our research!! Along with all of you, we were literally a click away from falling for this scam. It disgusts me to come to the realization in this time of hard knocks our fellow man is out to take us for our last dime! They should all have to spend eternity below, hell would be too good for their kind. Thanks again for lookin out! Can ANYONE tell me, are there ANY legitimate work sites out there? None of us deserve to be kicked when we’re down!

  • Donny says:

    January 7th, 2011 at 3:57 am

    funny i was at the site, supposedly a news site though you cannot even click on any of the things that are listed there. when you do click on heath example it brings you to their site to convince you and then the process is from there. its an obvious scam and cnn wouldn’t even bother with this

  • glenn says:

    January 7th, 2011 at 2:59 am

    Michelle Mathews definitely a scam. they got my 67.50, they’re not getting anymore

  • Cleophas Tyson says:

    January 5th, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    After paying the one time fee of $49. I went to the website and on every page they tried to sell an upgrade or something else. And after that I found that the business of the site was to send blogs. What the heck is that? The nerve of people taking money from people that’s looking for a job.

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    Brittney says:

    January 4th, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    OMG thank you everyone for the advice my poor mom and I almost bought into this scam!!! Thank god I decided to do a lil more research before going on with this so called website. People like that should rott in HELL for trying to take advantage of people who are simply trying to make a lil more cash to get ahead in life. Especially people like myself who are young adults and want to spend as much time at home raising my 3 month old daughter. Definatly put a sour taste in my mouth bout these idiots trying to pass as a real company to get you to make extra cash and all they do is take ur money, money that you cant afford to be loosing in a time like this. Thank you again EVERYONE!!!!!

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    Amrah says:

    January 4th, 2011 at 7:50 pm

    Thanks for that, how could i fall for this? I just signed up but no sign of success at all. will contact them for my money back. Asking for money at every level, you sign up and you are told something different. I wish i had read the reviews first…

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    Matilda says:

    January 3rd, 2011 at 8:29 pm

    OMG! How can I find this out soooo late, I was wondering if this Michelle Mathews is true or not but now i finally found the truth and its too late. I’m currently in this trap and now i’m gonna find a way to get out. Thank you soo much for letting me realise that I’m just making a fool out of myself.

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    jillian strain says:

    January 2nd, 2011 at 4:40 pm


  • s says:

    January 1st, 2011 at 5:08 pm

    Thanks a lot for all the reviews. Almost fell for it. These people should be jailed.

  • Reanna says:

    December 31st, 2010 at 12:50 pm

    I do check out all these online job sites to see what kind of reviews they get, but every single one I try to look up links to this page, which is a link to another online job. I looked up this online job and it has just as many complaints. I wish I had the answer to an online job that is legit, but I have yet to find it. If I ever do find one, I will proclaim it to the world!

  • haley says:

    December 30th, 2010 at 9:54 am

    thanks so much for the info. I was fixing to buy into this. You apparently saved me alot of time and money that i don’t need to waste!

  • Susan says:

    December 29th, 2010 at 7:20 pm

    I am so glad I checked this out BEFORE I signed up. I am recently separated and looking for extra money so this sounded very appealing. I am grateful for everyone who posted on this website because you prevented me from making a BIG mistake!

  • beth says:

    December 28th, 2010 at 12:01 pm

    big scam! ‘michelle mathews’ also appears on a couple of other websites i ran into. http://www.bizzopcentral.com. it talks about the same woman who used to work at a news channel and gave up her job to do this…they are saying much the same thing with slighlty different undertones. it also starts with a video(of what looks like the same woman!) and states that it is as you saw on cnn, nbc etc. this is what visitors to the site buy into. if you have bought into it, contact clickbank urgently. they are reputable and will refund your money if you are within 60 days of signing on

  • susan says:

    December 28th, 2010 at 10:59 am

    this is definitely a scam. they first make out like it costs only 49.95 but as you keep going they put a lot of pressure on you to spend more money. i paid about 19 dollars extra for some vip nonsense that turns out to be nothing. then they really pressure you to pay for an upgrade to pro or you wont make any money. this upgrade costs almost 50 dollars. at the end of the day you spend close to 130 dollars and you will make nothing. they lie about posting links. its nothing of the sort. michelle matthews is a man. she doesnt exist.
    if you already signed up for it, dont waste your money. call clickbank on 208 345 4245 to cancel if you are within the 60 days money back gurantee. they give this guarantee hoping you wont go through the process of cancelling or checking it out before 60 days run out.

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    clifford says:

    December 27th, 2010 at 3:22 pm

    Thanks for the heads up. How sad it is that greed will blind you to the fact that your doing more damage to people looking for a way out.

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    Jenny Duff says:

    December 27th, 2010 at 3:19 pm

    My experience with Michelle Matthews employees (out of CA, FL, etc.) has been that they contact you by phone if you don’t respond to their emails after the first purchase and just to see what they would do, I listened to their pitch. First, a “qualifier” asked questions to see if I would “fit” with their team. See, apparently, they only select limited individuals to work with them and those individuals are required to give them a “testimonial” for their website. Which is why they want to help you be successfull.. OR SO THEY SAY!

    At the beginning there is great talk of using other people’s money to fund your business. WHAT A SCAM!! If they think that you are “ripe for the picking”, they’ll transfer you to the “boss” who picks the people he wants to work with. After another round of “qualifiying” you (from financial info about your current job, etc. to completing several tasks – like making a list of your debts and checking to see what your credit card balances are and what your limits are…), they finally let you know that they are willing to loan you the money to start your business – if you meet their credit criteria.

    So, they take you to a loan application form and try to walk you thru it. Bottom line, you will be signed up for $125+ monthly payments for 2 years and 700-1200 downpayment for Internet Counseling Services with no actual documentation of what they will do other than the phone conversations you had with the “boss”. Anytime you request info on them, its rushed over with generic speed and high pressure is again replied. One of the phone numbers they contact you on id’s as “unknown name” 513-448-1650. STAY AS FAR AWAY FROM THIS AS YOU CAN! And that’s my experience and best advice!

  • Virginia says:

    December 27th, 2010 at 11:21 am

    I wish I had checked out this web-site before I fell for the Home-on-line gimick. I can’t belive how stupid I was to fall for that!

    Now I’m trying to get ahold of Clickbank to get my funds returned (thank God I’m with-in the 60 days!)

    Michell Mathews you and your company are a fraud and a complete scam – I bet you don’t even exist as a real person.

  • LIZ says:

    December 26th, 2010 at 10:40 am

    Thank goodness for review sites like this or I think alot more people would be scammed(including me).Sounded the real deal but a niggle of doubt the (TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE) made me research it.Thankyou to the warnings.

  • Meitty says:

    December 26th, 2010 at 10:02 am

    Thank you very much, Everyone!!! Almost fell for it too!

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    Helen says:

    December 25th, 2010 at 6:16 pm

    Thank you everyone for your input, i nearly fell for it too.

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    dennis says:

    December 23rd, 2010 at 8:34 pm

    Something is definitely wrong with home-online-jobs.org, Also affiliated with Home Website Center. Everything looks good at first, but once you figure out the system and have REAL questions, they won’t respond. The best I can tell is that you are posting links for them and they are making all the sales. DO NOT SIGN UP WITH THEM. I CAN’T BELIEVE I FELL FOR IT ALSO.

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    ricardo says:

    December 23rd, 2010 at 1:56 pm

    thanks! almost fell for it

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    Megan says:

    December 18th, 2010 at 3:19 pm

    This is totally a scam!!! It says you will get your money back guaranteed with in 60 days-WRONG. Good luck finding who to call or get a hold of to get your money back. It says you can get online help and support but NO ONE will ever respond to your emails and there is no ph# to call and talk to anyone. This is a scam! You have to pay more and more first starting w/ 49.95 then another 49.95 for Pro access then 14.95 to get set up on websites–they never stop asking for more and more money and you will NOT make the money back. Do not sign up for this and waste your money!!!!!

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    let says:

    December 17th, 2010 at 12:02 pm

    Well first i purchased the program for 9.95 after it went down form 49.95. Then after you pay you are sent to apply for the vip membership that was to includes speedy customer support and other things that i did not receive. Then i got to set up my site as free but i paid then i was asked if i wanted to upgrade for 59.95 that would give me platinum membership. When this was done i was so excited because i thought finally i can start making money, but guess what….. FAR FROM THE TRUTH. I never received my platinum status like they said. I was sent to submission-hub which was supposed to get me started with my google and yahoo package so they could advertise for me and the link did not work at all. I sent a email to support 2 and they actually told me not to send mutiple emails they would get back to me wow i thought if it was their money they would do the same thing. When i did receive an email from them it basically said i should wait it out and if not satisfied i could get my refund back in 60 days but i was unsatisfied on day one but they are telling me to wait. PEOPLE DO NOT I REPEAT DO NOT SIGN UP WITH THIS PROGRAM IT IS FAKE AND A SCAM.

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    succer says:

    December 2nd, 2010 at 9:11 am

    Michelle Mathews is a scam. I can’t believe I fell for it. once I had problems and questions NO one contacted or replied to any of my emails. WHAT A FRAUD.


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