Report: #1274932

Complaint Review: Click Sales, Inc. - Boise Idaho

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  • Reported By: SantaFeWriter — Santa Fe New Mexico USA
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  • Click Sales, Inc. 917 South Lusk Street, Suite 200 Boise, Idaho USA

Click Sales, Inc. dba Writing Jobs Online No harm done yet but suspicions aroused Boise Idaho

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I have no formal complaint to file against this company at present. However, their ad—placed on Craigslist Santa Fe this week—revealed some pretty suspicious stuff. I reproduce it below in its entirety:

"Article Writers / Bloggers Needed. compensation: $650+ weekly; employment type: part-time. Go to our website for more information. www.alluramedia.com"

Clicking on the weblink leads you to a completely differently named site, www.writing-jobs.net -- this site claims to broker thousands of freelance writing job opportunities for those who sign up to be members of the site. They charge a monthly $27 fee for membership (although they are as of tonight 12/17/15 offering a first-month's signup for $1), offer a money-back guarantee within 60 days, and claim to be seen on msnbc, Entrepreneur.com, About.com, Working Mother, and other legitimate sites. They further claim (I quote):

"When you join Writing-jobs.net you will:

  • Earn as much $30-$120 per hour
  • Get paid up to $50 per article
  • Get paid $500-$1,000 for short Ebooks
  • Get cash from 1,000's of our daily high-paying writing jobs
  • All kinds of writing jobs from you to choose from
  • Flexible working hours, work when you want to
  • Write content anywhere in the world
  • No experience needed to join!"

SUSPICION #1: They give NO telephone number, fax number, email, or other explicit contact information for those interested. They have you fill out a form with your information instead.

SUSPICION #2: They give NO details on how a writer is selected for a given job. On legitimate sites, this is usually done via a bidding process, which is explained up front.

SUSPICION #3: They require NO experience needed "to join", but say nothing about the experience needed to land a job with one of their so-called numerous corporate contacts.

SUSPICION #4: The actual company managing this site is Click Sales Inc., about which there have been over 20 Ripoff Report scam reports registered, none dealing with this writing-jobs.net company as yet as far as I can tell, but with a wide variety of products apparently offered over the years by Click Sales. No wonder Click Sales adds a disclaimer at the bottom of the site:

"ClickBank is the retailer of products on this site. CLICKBANK® is a registered trademark of Click Sales, Inc., a Delaware corporation located at 917 S. Lusk Street, Suite 200, Boise Idaho, 83706, USA and used by permission. ClickBank's role as retailer does not constitute an endorsement, approval or review of these products or any claim, statement or opinion used in promotion of these products."

Worth further investigation, it seems to me.

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