Legit Flex Job Academy Summary
Name: Legit Flex Job or Legit Flex Job Academy
Owner: Alec Herring
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.
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These lessons are outdated, (recorded back in 2014), and in my opinion will not produce a reliable income if any at all.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.
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After noticing the outdated lessons which were recorded back in 2014 and how misleading the sales page was, I find it hard to trust anything Alec Herring has to say.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”.
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.
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.
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 email@example.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?
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.