Report: #1355844

Complaint Review: careerapply.org - Internet

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  • Reported By: Anonymous — Springville Utah USA
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careerapply.org Also known as MOBE and Automateddailyincome.com. But there are already 16 complaints on ripoffreport.com about MOBE. People need to know that careerapply.org is the URL of their business' website. What legitimate employer would want his prospective employee to pay HIM money before starting work? None! Springville Utah

*General Comment: Tired of scammers

*Author of original report: about your class action lawsuit

*Consumer Comment: Class action lawsuit against MOBE are you in?

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I hope that domainsbyproxy.com will drop careerapply.org from their domain business!

A woman with a hoarse voice called me up from 1-801-396-7200 in Springville, Utah,

and left a message on my voice mail, telling me go to careerapply.org

and that I would make $25-$55 an hour working from home on my computer doing "online data entry," that involves Facebook. Yeah, right!


She said there were "just 23" spots open in my area. I wonder

how many people she told that there were just 23 spots open to?


Of course, when you call their number back, you get NOTHING. After about 10 seconds,

you hear a few beeps, and the phone automatically hangs up.


So, I went to careerapply.org

What would they want? Money before they would (never) hire me? 


First, at the top of their website, it says "Work From Home Opportunities Have Been Featured On:"

and it lists 5 different networks. Of course, you can't actually click on any of the network icons to see if this is true.

And of course, it doesn't say "Careerapply.org Work From Home Opportunities Have Been Featured On:"


Well, sure, we all know that there are work from home opportunities on the internet, but what does that have to do with careerapply.org?


Then below that, it says "For Immediate Release On Monday, February 13, 2017"

Let me guess: maybe they change the date on that "immediate release" every day?


Before I entered my name, email address, and phone number, I noticed the "Income Disclaimer" at the bottom of the page. How many legitimate businesses would need to advertise that they have an "Income Disclaimer"? Zero?


When you click on "Income Disclaimer" it starts off talking about "MOBE." Like we're supposed to know what "MOBE" is? 

You also realize that the bottom half of this exciting business' web page is completely blank. That's odd for a legitimate business.


You also notice that this business has two different URL's: careerapply.org and Automateddailyincome.com  Most legitimate businesses don't list two different website names on their main web page.......


Okay, so proceeding down the page, it says: "LEARN HOW TO GET PAID $500, MINIMUM, JUST FOR TRYING THIS OUT TODAY!"

Okay, they want my name and email address. They're going to tell me how I can get paid at least $500 today.  It says my phone number is "optional." You think? I mean, they already have my unlisted cell phone 

number, which is a sleazy way to do business right there.


But when I click the orange button that screams "CHECK FOR AVAILABILITY NOW!,"  it turns out that they were lying after all: I do have to put in my phone number, or the page won't work. There is a sign that pops up, saying "Please fill out this field."


Now, the screen says that it's "checking for availability now in my area." How do they know what area I'm in? My phone number has the area code of a state that's a different state than the one I work in now. Of course, they don't know.


An obnoxious female voice pipes up, describing this scam. I notice how long this one page is. Do you think it's because if they had a normal-looking business website, people wouldn't bother to click anything on this scam website, so they try to feed you all of their bull on this one page, before you leave.


The screen now says that they are conveniently "9" positions left in my area. Of course, it doesn't say what area they're referring to. As if it matters?


The huge page tells me that I will "average" earning $20 per link for just posting links on to the internet. Yeah, sure.




Name me one ligitimate job in the world that requires the prospective employee to pay their boss money before being hired. 


careerapply.org doesn't understand. If I give THEM money, that means that THEY'RE working or ME! Sorry! I'm not hiring! Have a nice day, careerapply.org! 

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#3 General Comment

Tired of scammers

AUTHOR: Pissed - (United States)

POSTED: Sunday, February 11, 2018

 I am on the National do not call registry and the people called me at 10:40 pm on a Sunday night on the registered number and left a message! I am tired of these companies getting away with this and want to take legal action if that is available! They called from 727-493-4136! I am to the point that I wish them a painful death!

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#2 Author of original report

about your class action lawsuit

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POSTED: Monday, September 25, 2017

Thanks, but I don't think I would be able to take part in that, because I never gave MOBE any money.

But if your lawyer thinks I can legally take part in suing them, yes, I would be interested. Good luck!

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#1 Consumer Comment

Class action lawsuit against MOBE are you in?

AUTHOR: UsedNabused - (USA)

POSTED: Monday, September 25, 2017

 I have been doing MOBE for four months now and before that I was debt free now I'm almost 20k in debt. Their sales pitch at their free workshop is u just drive traffic and they do the rest n don't have to talk to people simple as that. But a lot of us current consultants some having it worse than me didn't realize we ended up spending thousands for ads that don't convert cuz if you didn't pay $60k to be a diamond member you won't get the proper training. Email me kcerv87@gmail.com. I am talking to a lawyer bout a class action lawsuit.

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