The Online Salary Solution, found at OnlineSalarySolution.com, is a new work at home program which describes itself as a step-by-step system that helps people make money at home.
Jane Thomson, the spokeswoman for Online Salary Solution LLC, claims that this training program has been helping people earn money from home for more than five years, and that she makes $4500 a month with this very system.
If you live in the United Kingdom and are interested in the work at home training handbook and DVDs, all you have to do is provide the website with your mailing address and pay a one time fee of €39.00.
What Is the Opportunity?
Online Salary Solution never actually explains what type of business they’ll be training you to do. They do say that this opportunity does not include listing items on auction websites or taking surveys.
They also promise that you can work as many or as few hours as you want, and that they provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee for 90 days. If you are unhappy with the information you receive, the website promises that you can return the materials for a full refund.
Is Online Salary Solution Real or Fake?
Since they never actually explain what the business opportunity is, it is hard to evaluate whether or not it can be considered a legitimate or scam earning opportunity. As a general rule, you should never invest in a work from home opportunity that isn’t completely upfront about what their business is.
However, though Online Salary Solution says their handbook costs €39.00, they do not ask you for your credit card number when you order. After you submit your mailing address, you simply receive a notice saying that your materials will arrive within a few days.
Because of this, it is unclear when you would be expected to pay your fees or how the 90 day refund process works. Since the website offers no Terms & Conditions, there are no real answers.
Though the Online Salary Solution may be offering a real way to earn money online, the lack of information on their website coupled with the inconsistencies should make customers think twice about working with them.
If you can receive your handbook at no cost, then it may be worthwhile to see what information they have to offer, but if you are asked for a credit card number at any point it would probably be wise to re-consider.