MyFlexJob.com Reviews – Legit or Scam?


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MyFlexJob.com

 

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.

The Concerns

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.

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Average Rating for " MyFlexJob Reviews " is 1.15 out of 5 based on 13 reviews.
  • Found "my flex jobs" by accident and was very enthused by "Sandy Sauve" but by chance had to drop it because of errants...When I got back to my computer I couldn't find the site, so I just typed "Sandy Sauve" and ended up here!!! My luck! I am exploring to find out what's on the net for at home work, and at this point I only find one scam after another. Any real honest businesses out there?
  • It's MyFlexJobs not FlexJobs, be aware of the difference. One of them is promoting falsely by "Sandy Suave" and that is MyFlexJobs. The name Sandy Suave should have been the first clue. MyFlexJobs is a scam perpetuated about at-home work in data entry. The scam is shameful and no amount of notifying them does any good. They don't need to know about how much of a scam they are..... they know! They need to be stopped is all. They will be because they preyed on the wrong person. They have NO idea what is coming!!
  • Seriously !COMPLETE scam! MyFlexJob.com is one huge scam. The PC back up of 7.95x3 they require is part if it as well!

    BEWARE! Mypcbackup.com puts massive amounts of spyware on your computer! The video is a lie! This Sandy person lead you to believe you are processing other people’s trial offers validating their email addresses etc.

    You are the one having to fulfill the trial offers for them and many others surveys that are asking for your email and try out cost from cents to $10. And having to spend money when you are looking to make money. This is a scam! I figured this out within 10 minutes of downloading the my PC back up program. I even wonder if the my PC back up program is not involved in this scam. Clearly if you have to lie on a video, and not be straight up and forthcoming with the truth about what and who you are people be where this is a scam! You are not working for somebody else…it is you, yes, you are the person who has to do the trial offers! BEWARE!! IS A WASTE OF TIME AND COMPLETE SCAM
  • Just when you think you Finally found what your looking for. I continued to read and study to find all this negativity that Is most likely True! Shame on the people that grab our interest and run!
    • I so agree. I thought I was going to start earning money today with "no out-of-pocket" cost, still was asked to upgrade my pcbackup for $7.95! I want to make money, not spend money. Sure $7.95 is nothing, I was repeatedly told "no fee". Thought I found the right fit this time... :-(
  • Sandy Sauve and MyFlexJobs are just a scam. Don't get sucked in and fooled by them. They promote some sort of Utopian work set-up which does not exist in fact.

    After purchasing the software supposedly needed to do the work from MyFlexJob, I continued to email for weeks to get the actual work assignments that had been promoted. I nebver got a single response to one of my emails.

    Instead, what I got was the option to do surveys, most of which you had to pay for something and then would get "paid back" by MyFlexJob. Sorry, not my interest item.

    I'm not looking for some scam, no work, make money deal. I don't mind honest work in exchange for good pay. I am a productive, competent and effective individual and want no part in such scams.

    I hope others check this place out thoroughly and don't buy into it.
    • Sandy Sauve!! That's the name! I am uninstalling the pcbackup right now...I only had it backup one photo....lol. I'll keep looking for something legit.
  • If this place wasn't anything but a pure scam, why wouldn't they have the EMPLOYERS/Advertisers pay the cost of obtaining talent? The corporate world has been doing this for decades, and it seems to have worked just fine for them. What is Flexjob.com's problem? This site takes your money and doesn't guarantee JACK SQUAt. You mean to tell me their advertising revenue does not cover their costs? Hmmm...

    They have FAILED to demonstrate any value to the subscriber, and if they gave a rodent's behind they would cough up their audited financials rather than some bogus photoshoped fake bank statement to justify these wild claims of income that their suckers--errr clients make. Refusal on their part to do so just verifies my point.
  • Complete scam. You are the one having to fill out the offers, and man of them cost money. And yes, pcbackup is scam too. I jumped ship after 15 minutes.

    I've asked for my money back....wish me luck

    Stay FAR away from these guys.
  • so all in all its a big scram I can a cross this and wanted to know if it was wroth doing
  • I am familiar with FlexJobs.com. I am also familiar with Paul Birdsall, who's voice is on the video for MyFlexJobs.com. That was an instant red flag for me. I couldn't figure out what Paul's connection was w/the real FlexJobs site. I googled him (again) & Sandy Suave, & got the hell outta Dodge. I thought it sounded strange that they did not accept PayPal.
  • Yes you are Absolutely correct. I found the exact same issue. This Sandy person lead you to believe you are processing other people’s trial offers validating their email addresses etc.

    You are the one having to fulfill the trial offers. And having had some experience in the past with some of these things, sure you can sign up for their program or their trial offer but if you do not cancel within the 30 day. You will be charged. Therefore if you process eight 10, or 12 of these a day you have to remember to write down and keep some very specific logs of who you need to go back and cancel within the 30 days, or your credit cards will be maxed out within no time. This is a scam! I figured this out within 10 minutes of downloading the my PC back up program. I even wonder if the my PC back up program is not involved in this scam. When I called my PC back up people to have them cancel my subscription, their call center is in the Philippines. He assured me he would cancel my request. He definitely canceled my subscription on my PC immediately even while we were still speaking . I then immediately made a call to my Visa card company explained to them what had happened. They put a note on my account and I am to call them within seven days to make sure that charge has dropped off otherwise it will be a dispute. Clearly if you have to lie on a video, and not be straight up and forthcoming with the truth about what and who you are people be where this is a scam! You are not working for somebody else…it is you, yes, you are the person who has to do the trial offers! I ran a search and destroy Spybot program on my computer and my PC back up had 85 separate spyware programs on my computer!!!!! BEWARE!!
    • Added note to my original post ... I put in a notice to the Federal Trade Commission as well. Due to the fact that When I put in for the 25.00 reimbursement for paying for mypcbackup.com, it said they don't write checks or submit payments for less than 50.00! Forcing people somewhat to go ahead and do at least 25.00 worth of their trial offers to get a 50.00 check. People preying on those who really want to work is shameful. If you have to lie and trick people to get them into your website you're lower than scum.
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