Looking for real work at home job please help
Posted in the Nashville Forum
#1 Sep 28, 2012
I have a full time job making minimum wage which not enough. I see scams all the time but I know that there are real corporations that hire people to work at home. Does anybody know of any real ones that don't ak for money up front?
#5 Mar 5, 2013
They just said they didn't want a scam and you post this nonsense. Geez!
#6 Mar 6, 2013
OMV - This is a 100% legitimate company that's accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an "A" rating. So how about before you speak make sure you know what you're talking about. And I noticed you didn't elaborate what so ever. You're entitled to your opinion, but you should have some kind of basis before you shoot someone down.
I'm open for discussion, but all you did was call my job "nonsense" and act like a child. Please elaborate, I'm open for discussion. Enlighten me how I'm trying to "scam" people? Because I sound too friendly? I didn't know there was such a thing. Everything I said was completely sincere and straightforward.
I explained the entire business model step by step and as you can see, the flow of money is entirely transparent. This field of marketing is very straightforward and it's known as one of the best industries for people working at home. It's called freebie marketing (due to the fact that we promote free trials) and it's a multi-million dollar industry. If you were such an expert, you would know that. Also, like I said we do business with Fortune 500 companies like Direct TV, Netflix, Disney, WalMart, etc. Are you saying they're involved in a scam? Next time think to yourself before you run your mouth about something you don't know. In the very least, do some research... or ask me a damn question. Don't just throw false accusations around like it's no big deal.
I understand you're just looking out for people, but all I ask is that you have some logic and reason before you go on the attack.
#7 Mar 6, 2013
Before I go on the attack? Maybe you should read your own reply. You are a 24 year old brat that is pushing your "complete offers" scam all over the country on topis forums.
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What's the matter kiddo? You think that people in the south are all idiots?
#8 Mar 6, 2013
So what? Do you have a problem with somebody making an effort in their job? I'm not "pushing" anything... I'm not exaggerating about anything, saying people will get rich over night. I'm simply responding to people who are looking for work. I'm providing information on a job that's been very good to me. Yes, I have a saved introduction that explains the entire business model and I copy/paste it when I'm first describing the business... am I supposed to waste time typing the same thing every time? Instead I inform the person all in one swoop, covering all the bases.
How about ANY sort of advertisement out there? Are they automatically scammers because they're "pushing" something? The job I offer is 100% legitimate as I've proven many times over. Everything I've said is completely honest. I don't see why you're going out of your way to shoot me down when you clearly have no idea who I am or what I do.
Yes, I do make a commission when I bring someone aboard. But that doesn't mean I'm scamming anybody. I even give almost half of my commission back to the person as a little "thank you". And admittedly, it acts as an incentive to get people started. And that's only because there's so much distrust for online companies (as you can see). So I give my trainees that start-up bonus as a little encouragement. In addition, I give them my free marketing platform. They get their own professional website, marketing tools, the works. So that's why I'm here, to help people who want to make money online. It's kind of a beautiful thing.. I help increase people's revenue streams while at the same time increasing my own!
And I'm not increasing my revenue with THEIR money. Nobody has ever paid ZNZ a single dime. The money comes from all the companies who hired ZNZ to post their free trials and discounted products/services on our website. Like I said, Fortune 500 companies like Netflix, Gamefly, DirectTV, etc. That money is then dispersed to ZNZ's marketing staff - that's us. We're independent contractors who telecommute. We direct people to the website, if they complete a free trial, we make a minimum $20 commission. That's all.
As you can see, I'm very straightforward. I explained my motivation for being here. There's no kind of scheme or anything. I'm a very generous person and I like to help people. I make sure my trainees are happy and comfortable (i.e. the start-up bonus and marketing platform). I'm also readily available to assist them in any way possible. It's just not the kind of person I am. I'm here to help. And if I can make a bit of money doing it, why not?
#9 Mar 6, 2013
Also, I never said that people in the south are idiots. Please don't put words in my mouth. I actually think that southern people are the most genuine, caring groups of people. And the hardest workers. So please, let them decide for themselves. I've done nothing but try to help. The job I've presented to these people is completely legitimate. I'll be happy to hear you out if you have a reason to prove otherwise. Thanks and have a great day
#10 Mar 8, 2013
I know, you don't want me to explain why this is scam. But I am not letting less sophisticated people fall for your trap.
Their advertising is very keen to make out that it costs you nothing (to get started). This alone helps them get past one hurdle, the on-line job websites will not accept any vacancy that carried an up-front fee. So that means that CareerBuilder, Craigslist, Your-Local-Classifieds and more will be full of the same ad in a different cloak.
Part 1 – Trainee
After looking through their training materials, it first appears that the ‘job’ is signing up for trial periods with web-based companies (such as Free Credit Reports, ID Protection, Satellite Dishes etc.). After doing this, the job is to get as many other people to do the same thing. This generates affiliate income which is where all the $20 bills start appearing. Spam more of the people you know into signing up for dodgy services and the more money you make.
Part 2 – Passed Probation
After you’ve alienated your family and all the people you’ve ever got an email address from, you’ll be hungry to find some more income opportunities. This isn’t a problem, the helpful FCM/DICN people have a website jammed full of helpful resources to help you write, distribute, market and communicate with lots of new people who probably don’t live anywhere near you. And guess what? they ALL cost something.
Any questions? Here’s all the answers
So now, you’re faced with spending money to spam people, spam craigslist, spam every forum and blog and comment form on the world wide web. They have links to automated bots, email spam lists, classified ad sales – even printers who will print $100 flyers for you to ‘drop’ at every retail business in town… and did I mention that they all cost $$$?
Part 3 – Team Leader
But the basic business premise (getting people to signup for web-based services that they’ve already got sick of seeing on the websites that they already visit) has begun to pall. Your friends now not only avoid you on sight, but have de-friended you on FaceBook and publicly disassociated themselves from you on Linked-In. But you still have friends on FCM/DICN – they have a way you can make even more money – by promoting the lame-ass ‘money-making opportunity’ that you were fooled into getting involved in. So, in true Ponzi style, you end up promoting a job that involves nothing more than promoting the job itself.
Part 4 – Retirement
… and good luck getting out. By now you’ve probably given your credit card numbers to a whole bunch of shady internet crooks, who will use them when they get a chance to defraud you further. You have no friends and your family have changed the locks.
Let this be a warning to you. Home based businesses DO exist, but the only ones you’ll see on Craigslist are the ones that take money FROM you, not the other way round.
#11 Mar 8, 2013
OK your entire comment is one HUGE hypothetical situation. First off, you claim people's friends will "avoid them on sight". Why? Because they were offered a job? I've brought a lot of my friends on board and they are VERY pleased with this company. People don't "alienate" you for promoting your business, they alienate you because of HOW you promote it. Yes, a lot of salesmen and telemarketers are annoying as hell. They'll call you over and over, trying to get you to buy their product or service. I'm not like that. I REFUSE to twist anybody's arm. If they aren't interested, I'm fine with that.
And what kind of "deceptive advertising" is involved? You're making another hypothetical situation. I haven't said a SINGLE word that wasn't factual. Everything I said is 100% accurate, and there IS in fact money to be made. To influence people to join, I could've mentioned that someone once made $62 K in 30 days. And although that's true, I didn't want to give anyone false expectations. If I was so deceitful, I would've mentioned that.
Meanwhile, EVERY single commercial you see is deceiving you one way or another. The entire advertising industry is all about placing false value on one product over another. You can't flip through the channels without seeing some insanely attractive person implying that they only like people that use THIS SPECIFIC PRODUCT. Or some famous person or athlete saying "If you want to be like me, use THIS ink for your printer. I use it. It's the BEST!". Everywhere you look you see ads of a hot girl that has NOTHING to do with the quality of the product. Now THAT'S deceitful.
On the other hand, I've been nothing but straightforward. I explained perfectly clear how this company works. All the numbers I've provided are entirely accurate and I explained the business model step by step. I've been completely transparent and I've proved that this company is legitimate a million times over. How dare you say I'm involved in a scam. Believe it or not, I'm helping people. All I'm doing is showing them a LEGITIMATE way to work online.
Yes, I make a commission when I bring someone aboard. But I give almost half of my commission back as a little "thank you". What kind of scam artist does that? And it's not like it's coming from THEIR money. Our commissions come from Fortune 500 companies. You even said it yourself that it's free to join.
But then you say we have to pay for advertising? I've personally NEVER paid for promoting this business. There are plenty of free resources that are more than useful. Most people don't spend a single dime on promoting.
This is just another hypothetical situation of yours. People will HAVE TO pay for promoting? And that's only AFTER they lose all their friends, right? And why did they lose them? Because they shared a website full of free trials? Or presented a job opportunity to work for that site? And I have no idea what FCM/DICN is, but I doubt anyone will have to pay for that either.
I've made plenty of money without spending any. Yes, some people invest money to get ads placed on websites and stuff. They do this to have more of a presence on the internet... and in turn make MORE money. Ever heard of the saying "Spend money to make money"? But like I said, most people don't do that (myself included). And if you do, it can only help. You're really grasping for straws here. Stop making up random situations just to poke holes in my business.
NONE of the things you've mentioned are accurate. This isn't a Ponzi scheme, it's not MLM, and it's not deceitful. You claim that people are giving their credit cards to "shady internet crooks" when I've already proved that everything is 100% legitimate. ZNZ does a thorough security check on EVERY single company that's on their website. And they make sure that each company has a protective filter to prevent information from being exploited or hacked. I doubt companies like Disney, WalMart, and DirectTV will appreciate you calling them "shady".
#12 Mar 8, 2013
Why not just get a better 1st job. Sales is where it's at. Sell high ticket items such as heat &air, roofing etc. the heat and air sales guys in Nashville make 6 figures
#13 Mar 13, 2013
ok i am a little lost in this whole topic with the mile long posts. But to answer the original question HSN... home shopping network. you go to the bottom of their websites home page and click on job ops ... it will tell you every thing you need to know
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