To be honest, I have never heard of MyFlexJob.com until recently when I received an email about it. This person wanted to know if I had heard about it before or if there were other my flex job reviews about it on the web. I willingly looked into the opportunity and couldn’t believe the information I found.
So, without further ado, let’s jump into my and a few others my flex job reviews to see what we uncovered.
Name: My Flex Job
Website URL: www.myflexjob.com
Website Owner: David Powell
Advertised Price: Free (Or so they claim)
Overall Rating: 0 Points Out of 100 Points
MyFlexJob.com (unlike another site known as FlexJobs.com) is an online website that primarily offers users the chance to sign up for legit work from home jobs with a variety of Fortune 500 companies that need them.
At first MyFlexJob.com looks legit what with its professional design and the opportunity to find work online with no advertising fees needed. There’s even a button that reads, “submit your application,” similar to legit online work sites.
Pros Vs. Cons
- Free to sign up for
- Easy to sign up for
- No advertising fees
- Seems like a great work at home opportunity
- Tons of negative reviews
- Known scam!
- Income claims are falsified
- Testimonials comes from Fiverr.com website
- Must pay for a subscription before you can work
Who Is It For?
This program primarily targets people who are looking to make money online or who are looking for legitimate work at home jobs, regardless of their online work experience.
The Truth About MyFlexJob.com
The “work” that this website claims to help you find, is actually not work at all. The truth of the matter is that all that you will be doing is completing several offers in order to earn credits for them that you can in turn exchange for money. For example, some of the offers that you are asked to complete are:
- Free Trials such as to Gamefly or Netflix
- Submitting applications to credit card companies
This program sounds similar to Instant Rewards (check out Instant Rewards here). The problem is that for some of these offers, you most likely have to spend some money or enter in your credit card information. So in truth, this program is not as free as it claims to be.
How Do I Know MyFlexJob.com Is A Scam?
There are many reasons as to why I know MyFlexJob.com is a scam. Here are just a few of those reasons:
1. The Application Process is Shady At Best
If you actually go through the application process for this site, the one thing that you will notice is how easy it is. I mean, it takes literally 30 seconds or so and only really asks for your name and email address and you can get approved just like that.
Seriously, if it was a legit work from home job that they are offering, the application process would be a little more complicated than that. There would be a verification process involved, making sure that you prove who you say you are, being asked to take a screening exam and even receiving a confirmation email from the company itself.
It really isn’t that easy to get a legit work at home job with as little information as this site is asking for.
2. You Need To Pay A Subscription To MyPCBackup To Start
The moment that you complete your online application, the first thing that you need to do is watch the sites orientation video. During this little video you will discover that you have to pay an up front fee of $25 for a subscription to MyPCBackup in order to start working.
Honestly, this is the most ridiculous thing I have ever come across and this should indicate to you that this site is not legit.
Now to be fair, this company does claim that they will reimburse you for your up front fee, but the problem is you are reimbursed in credits, which you can’t even use until you reach a certain amount of credits so you can cash out. So while that may seem helpful, the truth is that it is a full blown scam.
3. The Amount of MyFlexJob.com Complaints Out There
While I know this website likes to boast that people are indeed making money from this site (these videos come from fiverr.com service just so ya know), I find it hard that there are people out there that are succeeding when there are literally THOUSANDS of MyFlexJob.com Compaints out there.
Just take a look for yourself what people have said about this scam for yourself!
4. FlexJobs.com Warning of This Site
FlexJobs.com is an online job portal that actually helps people to find legitimate work from home jobs and they have even released a statement on their own website warning of this scam. Unfortunately because of the rise of this program FlexJobs.com was labeled as a scam when it actually wasn’t.
Check out their statement below!
My Final Opinion
Ok, I know a scam when I see it and guess what? This is a straight up scam! The truth is that you won’t be doing legit work from the comfort of your own home. In fact you won’t even make a dime from this site. The only thing that will happen is that you will rack up a bunch of nonsense charges on your credit card and won’t ever have the chance to cash out your credit that you supposedly “earn.”
Do yourself a favor and stay as far away from this program as you possibly can.
Have you fallen for the MyFlexJob.com scam? If so, I would love to hear about your experience! Let me know in the comments section below!