You may have seen the new ads going around the internet which tells visitors they can make up to $75.00 an hour online. They are advertising a product which claims to teach buyers how to become a certified Auction Listing Agent. These are scam products and should be avoided. Read on!
The ads are featured prominently on many websites and state "Top Work From Home Jobs" with a link to a "Consumer News Weekly" website. Visitors to the website, are actually taken to a long sales letter allegedly penned by Jennifer Johnson, a top work from home expert.
The ad goes on about how Johnson was broke and in financial need until she found this great "work from home system" which let her quit her "prison job" in a few months. Most of the rest of the sales letter touts the benefits of Johnson's great new lifestyle - no debt, vacations, happiness and all the other fluff.
Finally, at the end of the sales letter we learn what Johnson is actually selling - learn to be an Auction Listing Agent. Johnson states that hundreds of Fortune 500 companies are willing to pay people just like you to post their products on eBay and sell them. And that big companies like Nike and HP up to $5 for each product they list.
An industrious Auction Listing Agent can post up to 15 auctions and hour and make $75 in that amount of time. What a great opportunity!
Here is the problem - There are no Fortune 500 companies looking for certified Auction Listing Agents to sell their wares. This product is a "pay for" product which shows buyers how to do nothing more than sell things on eBay.
The product tells buyers to "set up a PayPal account" and to "buy low and sell high!". There is no big secret of list of companies searching for Auction Listing Agents.
Here is more. Before you sign up, did you see the price?
I'm taking a positive step towards my financial future with my one-time investment today of $500.00 $197.00 + $14.95 S&H only. Thank you for making this special reduced price available to me today!
That's over $200.00. And what are real buyers saying? I checked around some of the consumer websites and got some reaction from buyers found on consumer websites online.
- The product is a series of certification tests which are all fake and not needed to sell on eBay. Even when completed, buyers have to buy another $39 a month product to access products to sell on eBay. None of the products were "in demand" Fortune 500 products. eBay disabled their account for being a 3rd party reseller.
- Buyer thought the product was a listing of companies and products who needed someone to sell things for them on eBay like the ad said. Instead it was only some tests. Buyer never received any information but had $197 taken from credit card. Buyer filed complaint online.
I could not find anyone who had purchased the Auction Listing Agent kit and was happy with the product and made the kind of money described online. My advise is to avoid this kit if at all possible.
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