Since: Sunday, November 24, 2013
Phone number: 980-328-0785
Website URL: http://www.buildcashnow.ws <-- DO NOT CLICK THIS LINK!
Post Title: Looking For Extra Income Hiring Today (ALL)
Location: columbia, SC
States affected: SC - south carolina
I saw this job advertisement on Craigslist:
Are you a stay at home mom, retired or unemployed or just looking to do something different.
No experience needed will train the right individuals
Full or part time work from your home.
If you can use telephone and computer is the only requirement.
I asked what kind of job and company is this and this is what I got back:
It's called Zip Nada Zilch (ZNZ) ...it's a referral company... ZNZ gets paid by Fortune 500 companies like block busters, Netflix, Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Equifax etc.... each person you refer you get $80 to $95 and it's fairly easy. You will not have to chase down your friends or family. You will be fully trained and provided with places to post and samples of what to post. Check out my website@ http://www.buildcashnow.ws Once there, sign in and click apply now (You are not actually applying with that button, it takes you to the video), my video will give you full details and get you started and be on your way to making money from home should you decide to make money with us! If you have any questions you can call me at (980)328-0785. If I am not available, you can leave a message on my voicemail and I will get right back to you! Chat with you soon! Zip Nada Zilch keymarketingnetwork.com
I feel like this is some sort of job marketing scam.
Report to the FTC at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/
Nov 24, 2013
Affiliated marketing scam
ZNZ receives money and pays a commission to people for directing traffic to a company's website. If you sign on with ZNZ you are given a referral code.
If you direct someone to a website and they use your code to sign up for either a membership or trial offer you are paid anywhere from $5-$50.
The two main issues with this are:
The majority of the companies that do business with ZNZ are unethical (ex. credit reporting company that will offer a "free" report but charges you a monthly fee until you cancel), and the means in which people (victims) are lured to a company's website (ex. need a credit check for a fake job posting).
Nov 25, 2013
Sounds like its a "legal scam", which I always considered to be an oxymoron. :/
Nov 26, 2013
Anytime there is a promotional or referral code associated with an item, free trial or website, rest assured that someone is making a buck by luring you to the product or services. No one in their right mind is going to drum up business for a company w/o being paid for it.
Nov 26, 2013
Exactly, TPTB. I always go by the words "If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is."
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