• Report: #840956
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  • Submitted: Fri, February 17, 2012
  • Updated: Fri, February 17, 2012

  • Reported By: Lynn — New York New York United States of America
Internet United States of America

AllStarBloggersNetwork.com fraudsters post misleading job offer for movie and sports reviewers Internet, Internet

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I responded to what seemed to be a legitimate job posting regarding sports and movie reviewing.  The company, AllStarBloggersNetwork.com, in their job posting, states that this is a contract job which pays between $300 to $500 per week.  On their posting, they have you go to a website which contains sports clips and movie trailers.  They ask you to pick a video, then write a sample report or review between 500 and 1,000 words.  This was my first red flag.  I have worked as a film critic, never have I been asked to write a full-length review based on a 2 minute movie trailer.

Anyway, before I even had a chance to write anything, a few minutes later I was contacted by one of their reps, Kevin Hudson.  He asked me about my background, etc. and then mentioned that I would have to set up my own reviewing website.  This was the second red flag.  I decided to cut to the chase and ask him how much it would cost.  He said setting up the website, maintaining the site, etc would run me between $300 and $400.  He then put me on hold while he played an annoying audio presentation over the phone--I hung up before the "presentation" was over, sent him an e-mail and turned down the offer.  Besides Kevin, a Jason Cruse and a Brian Gibson, also reps from this company, called me about this "job".  While I was on the phone with one of them, I could tell, from the background noise, that this is definitely a bolier room operation!  I could not find a brick and mortor address for them.  What a surprise!  By the way, this job was posted on Careerbuilder.com, which is how I got roped into following up.  But I did not give these jokers any money and neither should anybody!

Bottom line: This is not a job, but a real scam. 

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/17/2012 01:27 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/allstarbloggersnetworkcom/internet/allstarbloggersnetworkcom-fraudsters-post-misleading-job-offer-for-movie-and-sports-revi-840956. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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