MyFlexJob.com is the online home of MyFlexJob, a company run by Sandy Suave which promises people access to work at home opportunities for hundreds of different Fortune 500 companies each and every day.
Their website says that they offer access to well-paying opportunities in the trial offer processing industry as long as you are a resident of the United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia or New Zealand.
They claim that their employees will earn an average of $23.75 per hour and can easily earn nearly $400 per week or more just by working part time on a schedule that they choose, no experience or knowledge required.
What They Say
MyFlexJob.com says they work with the number one customer acquisition company in the world, and their goal is to help other companies acquire new customers through the use of free trial offers.
Working as a free trial processor simply takes basic data entry skills, where your job will be to input data and verify that the email address given is correct. Their website says that it will take between 20 and 30 minutes to complete an assignment, and each completed assignment will earn you between $10 and $30. Customers will be able to cash out their account after they have earned $50 total.
In order to take advantage of the opportunities this company has to offer, they do tell their members that they will need to meet a few requirements. First, you must own your own personal computer or mobile device from which to do your work, and you must have an active email address.
You must also install the software that they recommend which ensures that all the information that you download regarding the free offers you process will be saved in case something happens to your computer.
Unfortunately this company has a variety of negative online reviews that all stem from the same criticism, which is that they are not actually hiring people to process third-party free trials but rather they want their members to fill out free trial offers for themselves.
Over the course of the last few years, multiple customers have detailed experiences online where instead of being asked to do the basic data entry verification work that was advertised in the video presentation on MyFlexJob.com, they were instead simply expected to fill out their own information on a variety of free trial offers. In fact, these members clearly state that the very first free trial they are asked to complete is the backup software they are told they must install before they can begin working.
The website tries to explain away the $25.00 cost of installing this software by promising to reimburse their workers this money, after they have met their first $50.00 payout requirement. Unfortunately, it can often take so long to meet this requirement that most people quit working for this company, never see any compensation for the work they have completed, and are simply out the initial $25.00 they paid.
The truth is being paid to take part in free trial offers isn’t a new or unheard of way to earn money; it actually has been a way of earning money online for many years at this point. But the negative reviewers of this website clearly felt that they had been misled about what they were being asked to do.