ED Magedson – Founder
TheWEBJob.com Unpaid Earnings Internet
TheWEBJob.com states they will pay 5$ USD, not $5 USD, per hit to their site and 10$ USD, not $10 USD, per sign-up provided by your affiliate link. They purport instant payments after reaching 300$ USD, not $300 USD, payment threshold. After reaching the payment threshold, I was told there were payment tiers that they call stakes as follows:
Stake 1: For 200$ : Withdrawal will be processed within30 days
Stake 2: Make 500$ withdrawal will be processed within week.
Stake 3: Make 1000$ Get instant withdrawal Today!
You can choose any Stake by earning more.
This was copied and pasted from TheWEBJob.com website. Sounds great, so I continued to work towards the $1000 mark. Nonetheless, at the bottom of the page this written:
Payments will be clear on 24 - 30th of the next month after your cash approval of each month.
You will receive your money by the dealer of western union nearer to your home.
Also copied and pasted. The chicken I ordered started to smell somewhat fishy at this point. The obvious grammatical errors now started to seem as though they were made by a person from Eastern Europe, as your cheque for 1000$ USD is not the way a red blooded person from The United States would write such a statement. I used the contact link they provide. Instead of opening a new window, I was taken to another page that only provides a copy and paste address. I used it to no avail as my email was returned undeliverable; a 550 error. I researched TheWEBJob.com and discovered it was only registered as a domain three weeks ago. Yet they boast: Paid to members on Approval: 305,954,909 USD. This was also copied and pasted. This is obviously not going to pay; at least I did not upgrade the bitly account I was directed to create and use by TheWEBJob.com. Was this actually a backhanded effort by bitly to get unsuspecting persons to pay for bitly upgrades in order to better promote their own link? Or was it set in motion by Facebook, through which advertising dollars can be spent, Facebook was also mentioned by TheWEBJob.com. Theoretically speaking, Facebook has plenty of money to pay a hungry person in Eastern Europe to build TheWebJob.com website in an effort to generate more advertising dollars. It makes sense that the already rich would try to bilk even more revenue from unsuspecting persons that only seek to better their position in life. Some entity that has more wherewithall than the little man needs to be made aware of such possibilities. Indeed! Internet Crusader!!! We need your help! At the very least, every person needs to allow themselves to be aware of the small errors in a website, which are a dead giveaway, that you are being scammed prior to dumping money in their laps.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/03/2013 08:21 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/thewebjobcom/internet/thewebjobcom-unpaid-earningsnbsp-internet-1103886. 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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