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The Youth Job Scam
I first came across The Youth Job scam while on Twitter, someone ‘tweeted’ me with a make money online opportunity so I thought I would check it out for myself.
Being that I work from home, I am always interested in learning more methods or seeking more potential revenue streams online.
To be honest I am always skeptical about these opportunities with Twitter.
99% of the time it turns out to be fake, in my experience at least.
TheYouthJob.com was NO excepction…
Name: The Youth Job
What Is The Youth Job?
According to theyouthjob.com homepage, it is an online company founded in 2010 and pays its members based on how many tasks they complete each day.
Why Is The Youth Job A Scam
The Youth Job is part of a series of scams. Pretty much, you’re being “paid” to refer others to this program.
Evidently there’s many sites similar to the Youth Job scam in appearance and the tasks you have to do.
The problem is nobody is getting paid from these sites and I’m positive the same owners of The Youth Job scam are behind these other false sites.
With The Youth Job, you are initially asked to invite friends and other people that you know to join as well. The site claims you can earn $5 per every unique visitor that clicks your link, $5 per link click is unheard of in the real online working world.
To earn clicks and get paid you would need to share your referral link, they even suggest you share this across the most popular social media sites.
A unique visitor only means a click by a new visitor who has never previously clicked your link. So if someone has already clicked your link and decides to click that link again for whatever reason, you will not be “paid” for that click.
Getting people to click your link is not a hard task. To receive $5 every time someone new clicks your link is truly unheard of.
If it were true you could really earn a lot of money this way, sadly people are NOT getting paid at all.
What Their After
The Youth Job is after the recruitment of more and more people to the “program” so that the owners can continue to get paid for any tasks being completed by others.
How it works?
Once your refer enough people and earn the minimum $300, you can request to be paid.
What happens next is you are presented with a survey or some other offer to complete BEFORE you can receive your payment.
These same surveys and offers become endless, you are lead from one site to the next given offer after offer and survey after survey. Never getting to the money you earned.
By getting people to believe ALL they have to do is take a survey online to finally receive their payment can be pretty enticing. So people often go along with it in hopes they will be getting their money.
However, when you take these surveys the ONLY ones getting paid or any credit for these tasks are the owners.
This is why they have the referral program in place, more people signed up, more people “cashing out”, more people taking surveys in which all proceedings go strictly to the owners.
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Have a look at this chart taken directly from theyouthjob.com homepage:
What’s being presented at The Youth Job scam is the definition of a pyramid scheme. I used a definition found at scamwatch.gov below:
Though you’re not paying to participate…
It is clearly a pyramid scheme. I’m not saying that every company online that uses this type of compensation plan is a scam.
Again the issue with The Youth Job is that nobody is receiving any payments for their contribution or work. Not to mention people are not getting ANY response when trying to contact them by email.
Complaints for The Youth Job
While doing a little research for this site, it was near impossible to miss all of the complaints against The Youth Job. See for yourself below:
Those are just a few of the many complaints found against The Youth Job and sites that are just like it.
There Are Ways To Earn Online!
If you have referred anyone to The Youth Job, you may want to contact that person(s) and let them know it was a scam and to not waste their time with it, it’s up to you.
Though The Youth Job and a lot of these ‘make money online’ opportunities turn out to be false, unfortunately, there are still LOTS of legitimate ways in which people are earning substantial income online.
Do not be fooled by these get rich quick opportunities. Earning money online requires hard work and if it’s something you are seriously interested in doing, you are going to need to drill that into your head.
Nobody’s getting rich online overnight without doing hard work. It’s no different than working offline.
I actually work from home using a laptop, so if you have any questions about working online or The Youth Job feel free to comment below and I will reply.
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