PaidSocialMediaJobs.com Reviews – Legit or Scam?


PaidSocialMediaJobs.com
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PaidSocialMediaJobs.com is a new website dedicated to helping average people find work at home jobs in social media management, which they claim is currently the highest demanded job in the country.

Paid Social Media Jobs says that all companies, from the largest to the smallest, are starting to realize that they need a presence on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter in order to stay competitive.

But many of these smaller companies cannot afford to keep a full time social media manager on board, so they are outsourcing the work to independent workers who can do the job entirely from home.

What Kind of Experience Do You Need?

PaidSocialMediaJobs.com claims that the best part of becoming a social media manager is the newness of this position. Since this job has only been created in recent years, there is no one out there with a collegiate background or formal training in this field. The field is literally open to everyone.

However, Paid Social Media Jobs claims to be able to give you a leg up on the competition by not only connecting you with companies that are searching for social media managers, but also by training you.

Their training focuses on how to apply for these jobs, what to say in interviews, understanding what will be expected from you in this position, and – most important – how to be a successful social media manager.

What to Know

In exchange for all of the training and knowledge you will be supplied with, you are expected to pay a one time fee of $77.00. If you choose, you can take a 3 Day Trial for $1.00 to see the kind of information you’ll be given.

If you aren’t interested in the job opportunity, you can cancel before your 3 Day Trial is over and receive no further charges. But if you would like to move forward, you simply do nothing and at the end of 3 days you will be charged $77.00 and receive your full membership benefits.

Also, visitors should be aware that PaidSocialMediaJobs.com does share your contact information with third parties for advertising purposes, so keep this in mind when giving them your email address.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Paid Social Media Jobs " is 1.73 out of 5 based on 11 reviews.
  • Thanks guys for the review. I almost borrow to enrol for the training with the aim of profiting after the training to pay my debt. The own case scenario would have been the worst. Thanks a lot.
  • Dud!!!! thanks to you all I almost dumped my money in the rubbish bin the way I was handled it was very pleassat such that it driven me into debts I thought it's a business i never had ....you scam
  • I thought there would be a training class and when I went to the area for training it was not working other than just a few discussions not 24 hours at all just what to do to get the jobs which are impossible to apply to because they are links for going to psmj site not the actual job itself to actually apply for and when I emailed customer service about this they said just go on the page that says jobs. I keep getting emails from psmj about jobs to apply for and then the link directs me back to the page that says sign up and pay when I already did that. I don't think I will be able to get my money back though. Any site that says you have to pay to get the job listing and says it's for training and then the training is not three days and then has other companies sending you email through psmj to apply for jobs and then has a link that directs you to a complete different site ad etc be aware it's not right. Good luck to all. I'm glad I found this page. I'm going to see what I can do to resolve this.
  • I'm just glad I found this review. I have invested money into this (scam) over the past 2 weeks but not applied for any jobs. Any job that you wish to apply for, they always ask for a payment upfront. I have just effectively lost my job/income and I'm not going to risk any more of my strained resources on this dubious business. I don't really have the skills that they are asking for, for these so called (job opportunities) but PSMJ still encourage you and also state they will train you in their training modules. They are desperate to scam people. Watch out !
  • They never returned my money. I had someone call me one time and they were suppose to call me back I had to call them back. Then they wanted to ask all these questions as if I was going through a credit report questionnaire; wanted me to take care of some of my credit debt than they would get back with me; they are just selling a bunch of Shit. Basically, they are not doing good in their MLM and are copying off of the few gentlemen that are great at making money as an affiliate. I remember that the name; and now they are changing the name of the business, the format of the page advertising etc. Its a scam.
  • Can someone please help me to get an online job that is not a scam? Where can I find an online job like this and is not a scam? Thank you very much.
    • You can go to Fiverr.com and make a profile there with skills and services you want to Sell what you can do like writing articles, creating online stores etc. Just look at Fiverr.com It is free and doesn't cost anything.
  • Thanks for all the heads up... I almost applied!!!
  • Thanks people for all the input because me myself was wondering about this business and like someone mentioned earlier what respectable business is going to send you a spam email. If they're legit they would also have some kind of live assistance or some kind of number for you to call in which you can speak to someone that represents the company
  • The ideology behind many of these comments are highly flawed. Saying it's automatically a scam because there is an upfront fee is like saying McDonald's franchise is a scam due to the franchisee fee required to get into the business. You have to do better than that when reviewing a product. However, what I do not like about PSMJ is the scarcity tactic they use to encourage interested people to sign up. Usually when a strategy like this is employed it either means the product is not really as good as the claims or it's a brand new product/service that may not be ready to deliver a good enough quality that will satisfy the customer. The industry is actually starting to do something about these types of tactics because it is getting old and people are starting to catch on to what the seller is trying to do.
  • Massive scam!!!! Instead I found share-earn.co.uk it's not a massive amount of money but at least I made couple of hundreds £ in a month spending an hour in Fb.
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