Online Home Careers Reviews – Legit or Scam?
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With Online Home Careers you have another example of a classic work at home scheme. If you pay attention to all the red flags found on both the site promoting it and the actual sales page you’ll begin to see how there’s no way that this can be a real long term work at home opportunity.

Most people come across this breed of work at home offer through an advertorial, basically a thin one page affiliate site that is designed to look like a real news site. They use IP tracking to customize the page based on your location to even further increase the effectiveness of their sales efforts.

This fake news site hypes the product through an account of a young woman, in this case Melissa Johnson, who just happens to be using this program to make a whopping $8,000 a month. That’s a yearly salary just shy of 100k, putting her right up there with aerospace engineers, and all that just working 15-18hrs a week!

These sites never go away, and are continuously being tweaked to promote new programs. The essential layout stays the same but a few details, most importantly the URL and name of the site, change when they get exposed.

Once you actually click through to the sales page for Online-Home-Careers-com you’ll be hit with plenty more red flags. Starting with the nonsensical claim that this program has been advertised on popular news sites, even if that was true that says nothing about the actual legitimacy of the system.

In the next stage of their pitch you’ll be introduced to Ryan Stephens the supposed mastermind behind Online Home Careers. Following the standard make money online sales script you’ll be told all about Ryan’s rags to riches story and how now that he’s made it he’s willing to share his secrets of success with you.

So what is Online Home Careers all about?

The sales page does not reveal what the course is about only telling you what it’s not. However, if you go to the main site,, you can see the company’s entire product line.

This includes: ecommerce, affiliate marketing, and dropshipping training, a website from My Creative Site Designs, and access to the Dropship Club.

You get all this for the price of $97, and it’s yours to try out risk free for 30 days.

According to their refund policy

If Student cancels within 30 days of transaction, they will receive a full refund of the purchase price. After the 30 days of the Student may cancel, without penalty or obligation. Any and all refunds after 30 days of transaction will be at the discretion of management. If Student wishes to cancel in any event, Student can either call Customer Service at 877-866-4070, mail to Online Home Careers, 654 N 800 E Ste 322, Spanish Fork, UT 84660, or email [email protected] notifying them of their request, at which time their account will be cancelled.

Additional things to keep in mind…

Under the list of things included in your start up kit one of the bonuses is a Quick-Start Coaching Assessment Call with a trained “Start Up Specialist.”

Historically these calls come from 3rd party coaching companies that buy leads from these types of work at home programs. These coaches will tell you that they can help your business succeed and offer their services at exuberant prices – usually based on what your credit card limit will allow.

Also keep in mind that if you’re asking for a refund past the 30 day period the disclaimer states that it will be at the discretion of a manager, usually one of the requirements will be that you actually tried to work the program. So if you buy the course and realize that it’s not for you submit your refund application as soon as possible.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Online Home Careers " is 1.75 out of 5 based on 68 reviews.
  • Come on people, use your brain for one second and think ! If it did what it promised you wouldn't see a car, in the AM, on the road for work. Do not get wrapped up in the BS, the only one making money is the scammer and its millions....
  • Ordered thinking I could do this and if not, could get a refund. Wrong or wishful thinking. Can't get the refund that I originally requested within minutes of receiving the information.

    They also sold my contact information and I received many calls trying to sell me a website and I am still getting those calls 3 months later.

    After months of refund requests, still no money back. Don't spend it in the first place.
  • Just another scam
  • OMG ... I was suspiscious just reading the introductory ... if it sounds too good to be true, than it is definitely a scam !
  • Im glad I read the reviews before buying this. I always say why would someone sell you an idea if they are making money with it? I would rather keep all the information for myself and have no competition. Something that always sounds to good to be true always is true. I know people that do online marketing and they make millions selling u some BS ideas that they gather from generic books and webistes claiming it to be their own. people should be ashamed selling this crap and sad part is most of us fall for it.
  • Im from Michigan and the lady thatss representing the company now her name is Kim Swartz and she made 7,700 in a few hours yea right. THANKS FOR THE FEED BACK
  • This is a scam. Dont believe everything u see. I paid money and can't even get into the link. I want to get my money back and dont even know how to contact them. B.S....
  • Wooo hoooo, I'm glad I read these reviews and decided to research this company. It's terrible that there are people out there trying to take advantage from peoples desperation in trying to make ends meet or just trying to get ahead in life. Shame on you, God doesn't like ugly, you will reap what you sole 3x's fold...BELIEVE THAT!
  • Thanks, for all the confirmations of my suspicions. Being disabled, a work from home gig on the web would be great. Oh well, guess I must keep searching.
  • Well I just reviewed the add and if they want this to work then they should give free trials without getting the money first. When you make a profit they can get there fee from that. They are now using Kim Swartz of Charlotte NC.
    • Most of it's out of the BC area and the UK area. Hard to monitor and control the out of country scams....
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