Legit Flex Job Academy Review – I Bought It

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Legit Flex Job Academy Summary

Name: Legit Flex Job or Legit Flex Job Academy
Website: legitflexjob.com/crash-course
Owner: Alec Herring
Price: $37

Summary: I can safely tell you that there is no job (part-time or full-time) that will pay you up to $1000+ per week when you join the Legit Flex Job Academy.

The entire sales page boasts of how you can make a career at home by processing worksheets for their company.

With a part-time effort, you could earn up to $371.25 a week or $1000’s by working full-time. Neither is true.

As convincing as the sales page may seem, there is no job when it comes to Legit Flex Job Academy.

Recommended? No.

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Legit Flex Job Academy Review

Legit Flex Job, also known as Legit Flex Job Academy, poses itself as a career opportunity which claims to help people earn anywhere between $300 to $1000 per month working from home.

The job description that you are given, a worksheet processor.

You are told over and over again how easy it is to do this type of work and reminded how nice it will be to work for yourself.

Only, there’s one huge problem.

As far as we know, there is no such thing as a worksheet processor job. Legit Flex Job Academy vertainly offers no such thing.

The entire sales page is a front to get you to buy Alec Herring’s training.

These lessons are outdated, (recorded back in 2014), and in my opinion will not produce a reliable income if any at all.

What Happens After You Buy

After you purchase Legit Flex Job Academy, Clickbank will confirm your purchase and you will receive your order number.

Next, you will need to create an account with Legit Flex Job Academy by entering your email and creating a password.

This will give you access to the member’s area.

What’s Inside?

Within the video lessons, you are still pitched on the idea that you can earn thousands of dollars per month while only working 5 to 10 hours per week.

After noticing the outdated lessons which were recorded back in 2014 and how misleading the sales page was, I find it hard to trust anything Alec Herring has to say.

But chose to keep an open mind anyway.

The member’s area contains an intro video which does give a description of what you can expect to learn.

Followed by the introduction videos are 14 lessons:

It’s nice to see that there is some form of training inside.

What’s not so nice, aside from the fact that these videos were made 3 years ago, is what the training teaches you.

What’s Being Taught

In short, you are being taught how to resell items listed on Amazon over to eBay for a profit.

Nothing to do with the original sales page!

Alec, who’s responsible for the Legit Flex Job Academy website and these lessons, is showing you how to copy and paste products for sale on Amazon over to eBay.

I am not very familiar with this business model but do know that there are fees involved when it comes to selling on eBay. Also, I was a bit confused on how you can post a vendors product for sale from Amazon over to eBay.

If anyone has any experience with how this works, feel free to share in the comments below.

According to Alec’s logic, people shopping online for a basketball (the basketball is an example I made up), will come across your listing on eBay for a $30 basketball and buy on impulse. Because they see exactly what it is they were looking for.

Keep in mind, this same exact basketball can be purchased on Amazon for $20. You profit by ‘jacking up’ the price and selling it on eBay.

Alec even expressed “people will have wasted their time by not buying your listed item immediately”.

The Reality

Some people do make purchases on impulse.

However, the reality is people will take the time to do more research, find better prices and deals, and seek out similar products.

Especially online!

Within minutes you can find the best prices and do thorough research on any given item with a few simple clicks before making a decision.

This is why eCommerce has become so popular and continues to grow. Despite what’s being taught in these lessons, the truth is most people will shop around for better deals.

Price jacking doesn’t seem like the smartest route to go. And it surely doesn’t benefit the person potentially buying from you.

How Does It Work?

Again, I am not too aware of this business model, but the description from the lessons claim:

“The vendors at Amazon ship the product(s) directly to the customer who bought it on eBay who bought it from you without ever having to deal it with a product.”

You are also told you will be taught how to get your eBay listings to rank or display high and how to optimize your listings to get more people to click on them.

After watching the lessons within Legit Flex Job Academy it just seems like one huge game where you compete with other people who might be selling similar products on eBay and where you will need to list 1000’s of items to potentially see a profit.

Fake Reviews

There’s one more thing I thought I’d mention regarding this system.

Before writing this review, I did a little search on Google and came across endless, phony reviews.

These websites give every product the “thumbs up” or 10/10 stars, which is perfectly fine.

My only issue is that they clearly aren’t individual reviews as similar, if not exact, wording can be found throughout each page of these websites.

There’s no originality and the goal is to get you to trust their star rating and to buy. (These sites earn about $23 for anyone who joins Legit Flex Job).

You may have come across a few of these while researching this very product.

Our goal with any review is to share our experience using the product and to help others make an informed decision.

Also, to point people to a better, positive experience when it comes to learning how to create an income online.

How To Get A Refund

I advise you to write down or save your order number provided by Clickbank if you decide to purchase this system.

In order to get a refund, you can present this order number to the Legit Flex Job support at support@legitflexjob.com and request a refund.

Or you can contact Clickbank through their website through Live Chat or by telephone.

Is Legit Flex Job Academy A Scam?

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Legit Flex Job Academy - Overall Rating

I tried to keep an open mind while following Alec Herring’s training.

However, I strongly disliked the fact that the training had NOTHING to do with what was being pitched on the sales page of this website.

There was no worksheet processing job. There was no job at all.

Instead, you are misled into buying a video course which dates back to 2014.

I feel this system would be far better off by being transparent with what it is people are actually buying and not tricking them into thinking they will be making $1,000’s each month.

In conclusion, we do not recommend Legit Flex Job Academy.

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About the author

Jason

My goal for this website is to help those who are looking to make money online from the comfort of their home and to offer people an alternative to the FIXED 9-to-5 life. Whether you are looking to make full time income online or just looking to make some extra cash. I've got you covered.

  • Jacob Schilling says:

    Thanks for warning people about this, this legit flex job Academy is quite shady, especially since they don’t even end up teaching what they advertise, but in fact something completely different! They also fabricate their own reviews, another shady tactic as well! I appreciate your willingness to actually try the program out before you review it, allowing us to get a look at what is inside the program.

    Thanks for sharing!

    • mm Jason says:

      Yes, it was hard to overlook the false reviews. Another thing I forgot to mention was the testimonies found throughout the Legit Flex Job Academy website.

      These testimonies make up about 1/3 of the sales page, which is completely fine. The problem is that I have come across the exact same pictures and testimonies on other websites. It’s like these images of people who claim to have made x amount of money with this system are being recycled among other systems. A quick copy and paste.

      I think it’s safe to say that we can discredit any testimony related to this product.

      Thanks for commenting, Jacob.

      Have a nice week.

  • James Alfred says:

    Thanks for the information> I am only sorry I didn’t know this before. it would have save me a lot of headaches and disappoint. But I am sure that someone will benefit the guidance you have give.
    These kinds of trick are are very prevalent on the internet where some is lured into thinking that you can make quick money by working from home and you must pay a fee to joint. The result is often sad, when the registration fee disappears and further investigation reveals that the company is not legally registered.

    • mm Jason says:

      Thank you for sharing, James.

      And I agree, you see these same tactics being used over and over again on the internet. I wish to help people steer clear of these products that underdeliver and help those who are interested in earning from home by directing them to safe alternatives.

      Thanks for commenting on our Legit Flex Job Academy review.

  • Ashley says:

    I fell for this website I am very disappointed and now I am trying to get a refund! Please someone help I am trying to find a way to get my money back I’m having trouble. If I contact click bank what do I tell them?? It is a scam?? I just want to know how to get my money back the easiest and fastest way. HELP!!

    • mm Jason says:

      Hi Ashley,

      I was able to get my refund back the same day by contacting Clickbank. If you have your oder number, that will help a great deal.

      If not, they should be able to look up your recent purchases. What I told them is that I am not satisfied with the product and would like a refund.

      You can connect with Clickbank by following the link below:

      https://www.clkbank.com/#!/

      Let me know if there is anything else I can help with.

  • PATRICIA LACKEY says:

    glad i didnt do this, and im glad i checked the reviews… : )

  • Chrystal says:

    Jason, thank you so much for checking into this scam. I truly appreciate it! I’m currently looking for at-home-work and I went an actual job search website Jobungo, I believe it was and clicked “legitflexjob.com”. I’m already aware that there are scams out there that aren’t concerned with helping others find jobs but only to make a quick buck by getting us to buy into their schemes. Unfortunately those companies prey on people who are tired of running into dead-end websites.

    Something inside of me told me to further research legitjobflex.com before signing up and I’m glad that I listened to my intuition. You along with a couple others exposed legitflexjobs.com and I am thankful for that.

    • mm Jason says:

      Glad you found the review to be helpful, Chrystal.

      It’s always good practice to research these companies before getting involved.

      Have a nice week!

  • Xavier Alexander Comeaux says:

    This is a real website, with me making thousands of dollars a week. I got my paycheck and paychecks don’t lie

    • mm Jason says:

      Hello Xavier,

      For the sake of others reading this post and its comments, I’m going to say that I highly doubt that you received a paycheck through Legit Flex Job Academy or it’s training.

      The entire “program” misleads its visitors and potential customers. I bought the program and went through each of the outdated lessons.

      It’s one big sham.

      Thanks for commenting Xavier. good luck.

  • Xavier says:

    So let me ask you a question, Jason. Did you ever sent a worksheet to get a paycheck?

    • mm Jason says:

      Hello Xavier, could you please clarify? Send a spreadsheet to who and for what?

      To answer your question, no. I do not recall sending a spreadsheet to get a paycheck.

  • patricia says:

    This company is a fraud. You WILL NOT get paid anything. I sent in a few worksheets to test it out in December 2017 it is now March 2018 and I have not received one dime. I contact them through a phony email and the reply is the same. “”DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY”

  • Valerie C.Pinkston says:

    I am emailing you all today 7/2/18, Legit Flex Jobs and Cash Flow Secret i it is from the same person a scam the new website has been changed to Cash Flow Secret. Trevor Harris the scammer changed it,because we used to look up worksheets for unclaimed balances and he had us look up with 2 links. One link was Bank of Canada and the other was Naupa. I was wondering why my Bank of Canada link was missing at the end of April this year he said, it has been a confusion with bank of Canada and I told him to send me the link. It was no confusion Trevor Harris was caught in his trap. And Bank of Canada said, they don’t work with other companies. This is from Bank of Canada the message they left when you log in. It saids,Important notice
    The Bank of Canada is aware of organizations, seemingly based in the United States, claiming to offer work opportunities to settle unclaimed balances on behalf of the Bank of Canada.
    Please be advised that the Bank of Canada does not have any connection to these organizations, nor do we encourage or regulate third party businesses in matters of unclaimed balances.
    You should not send any money to the Bank of Canada or organizations claiming to be affiliated to the Bank of Canada; the unclaimed balances registry is available free of charge on our website.
    Note
    The information displayed in the search results reflects the balance information exactly as it was received from the originating financial institution.
    Some information may appear without accents.
    Website availability is monitored Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET
    Search For An Unclaimed Balance
    Name:

    Type a full or partial name:
    John John* John Brown John OR Brown
    Province/territory:

    Search Help
    IF YOU TYPE…
    YOU WILL GET:
    John
    all names containing “John” only —
    John Brown Marian John
    John*
    all names containing or beginning with “John” —
    John Brown Helen Johnson Johnny Smith
    John AND Brown
    all names containing only “John” AND only “Brown” —
    John Brown John E. Brown
    John OR Brown:
    all names containing “John” OR “Brown” —
    John Brown Ed John Harry Brown
    Copyright © 1995 – 2017, Bank of Canada. Terms of Use. That was the whole Bank of Canada page. He had Bank of Canada Link inside of our account and Trevor Harris new he was caught so he took it, from our account. He has not paid me either and I started 1/4/18. Also all of you that have been scam you can File a Complaint with FTC-Federal Trade Commission the number is 1-877-382-4357 you can do it online or over the phone also at http://www.ftc.gov and make sure you get your reference no# and keep for your claim and you can also send copies of worksheets, emails and anything else you may have and have it attached to your claim the Address is Attn:CRC-Consumer Response Center Federal Trade Commission 600 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W Washington DC,20580. And it will be national nationwide and they will get with attorney and investors they will send you a letter they are for Internet Scams you can get a lawsuit against them. And to make Trevor Harris pay for the Attorney and Investor fees for his wrong during, scamming people. It is time for everyone to stand up for the scammers,because as long as they think they can get away with it they will keep on doing it.

    • mm Jason says:

      This has been beyond helpful, Valerie.

      I had to edit some of the links for Cash Flow Secret and Legit Flex Job because these links could be potentially harmful to the site.

      To make it easier for people interested in filing a complaint with the FTC, which is the right action to do if you have been exposed to “business opportunities and work-at-home schemes”. I’ll leave a link here: https://www.ftc.gov/faq/consumer-protection/submit-consumer-complaint-ftc

      It’s unfortunate that so many get caught up in these extremely low-value and potentially harmful products in the internet marketing industry. There are some legitimate opportunities and training available, but Legit Flex Job Academy is not one. It’s always only a matter of time before their “business” practices come falling down.

      Thanks for sharing as I am positive others will find your research helpful!

      Jason


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