Internet Job Placement Reviews – Legit or Scam?
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Internet Job Placement ( is a new website training people to be Search Engine Agents. A Search Engine Agent, according to Internet Job Placement and other similar websites, is someone who is paid to post links online for other, larger companies.

Posting links online for other companies is actually a form of internet, or affiliate, marketing, which is both a legitimate and popular way of making money online.

For a one time payment of just $49.95, you will get the necessary certification course and support you need to be successfully self employed and working online.

What’s the Catch?

Well, there are a couple things you should be aware of before investing in the Internet Job Placement certification program. The first is that you will not be paid to post links online; in fact, in many cases, you must pay to post links online.

Companies do not pay people to post links online for them. Rather, you post the links online and if your link results in a sale for that company, you will receive a percentage of the sale price. Think of it more as earning commissions than being paid to post links. If you post links that don’t result in sales, you will receive no paycheck.

Secondly, you do not need to be certified to post links online.

Link posting is an independent business opportunity. Anyone can do it at any time, without any certification or credentials of any sort. Now, if you are embarking on this type of business for the first time, obviously you would benefit from some instruction and information. However, all the information you need to become an affiliate marketer is available online for free.

If you are interested in the link posting opportunity and would like more information, a good place to start is with Google AdWords, as they are the program most people use in this line of work. And their website has lots of helpful information available for free.

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Average Rating for " Internet Job Placement " is 1.38 out of 5 based on 8 reviews.
  • This was an excellent review and saved me all the wasted time of signing up and then turning around to cancel... UGH ~ these people spend so much time wasting legitimate job seekers time!!!! Thanks for the heads up to the rest of you as well!!! Blessings in your job search!
  • Total scam! Was barked out when I asked the 'start-up specialist' a couple questions, was asked 'do you want to make money or know more about the program, I only have time for one'. I told him I wanted to know more about the program that I just invested in and he said 'I'll just refund your money' then hung up on me. What a waste of time!! Get all excited to possibly stay home more with my kids and work a lil less, total scam!!!!
  • Hi,

    I just tried the link given at from Internet placement job and another link given at called online wealth formula. The links were not working. so I googled and found this review. Thanks to all. It saved me from getting into trap. And now I make it a point to review all other such programs and give it a time and not rush up.
  • Same experience. I cancelled within the 30 days money back guarantee period and requested my money back. I have tried to contact them 4 times by e-mail and also through the help line and by phone but have not yet received a reply to any of my requests and can't reach them by phone.( They are always experiencing a heavy volume of calls. probably everyone wanting to quit) i have disputed the charge on my credit card and the banks fraud department are investigating.

    Don't give them any money, you won't get it back !!
  • "If it is too good to be true, it probably is." Based on some of the responses already posted to this list, and especially for anyone that has paid any fees and has felt ripped off, consider filing a complaint with your state's Attorneys General. If you've given your credit card info to any company, fraudulent or not, you have put yourself in a dangerous position as the black market has become a repository and trading house for personal financial information used by everyone from juvenile hackers to organized crime.

    Complaining on some blog is all well and good, but to get these 'companies' to stop stealing from the public you have to go to the 'cops' and tell your story!

    Good Luck, All
  • this is a big scam signed on 29/2/12 cannot not log in no reply to my emails.this needs to be reported.thanks
  • Total scan. DON'T sign up as you are just throwing your money away. I WANT MY MONEY BACK!!! The only person making money is MICHELLE MILLER. SHE IS A CON ARTIST!!
  • Hi..just signed up also and now cant get onto the website...briefly noticed before loosing the link like otheres mention you turn a webpage and YES there asking you for more money...looks like Im going to be asking for my money back before loosing anymore.
  • What a scam......I paid my money all of 30 minutes ago and already have been stopped from "creating a website", at every turn they ask for more money to continue! Out of all their links to choose from, I would have to pay more money, than I already have, to create just one site! There went that idea
    • Hey, just experienced the same, every next step more money to be paid & the so called "training" goes for 12 weeks before you have even made a dime if at all you make. It's a BIG, BIG scam please if you haven't signed up, STOP!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Just had same experience today... except can not get back into my own account...passwords do not work, AND NOBODY IS RESPONDING TO MY EMAILS! WANT MY MONEY BACK!
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