Quick Summary of Email Sending Jobs
Rating: 1 100% Avoid
The Good: I can see no pros for this system at all!
The Bad: You have to pay to get work, with no refunds, at best you will be learning how to send out spam, and there's no way you'll earn $25 just for sending an email. The claims are overly hyped.
The Bottom Line: Email Sending Jobs is most likely a scam designed to suck as much money from you as possible. They over exaggerate to make it seem like you can make decent money online with little or no work. That's simply not true. Learn how to make real money online instead.
Email Sending Jobs Review
Email has been around since the dawn of the internet and it’s not going anywhere soon. It’s become so popular that it drives online communication with an estimated 269 billion emails sent this year alone.
As well as that, any experienced marketer will tell you that there is money in email.
In short it’s a powerful and popular tool.
As such there are a lot of scams associated with email, and I’m not just talking about that Nigerian prince or those fake PayPal emails.
As well as those there are plenty of scams out there that use email as a basis. Today I’d like to discuss a potential email scam with you: Email Sending Jobs
What is Email Sending Jobs?
This website suggests that you can make money by sending emails, but not just pennies on the dollar, but $25 per email you send!
That’s a lot of money to send an email, but that’s not all, you don’t even need to write the emails as they provide you with pre-written templates!
Does this sound too good to be true? Yeah, I agree something smells fishy here.
Red Flags Galore!
If you examine the site in more details there are several red flags that suggest that this is a scam.
The Earnings Claims
First and most importantly of all is the amount of money you’ll make from sending emails. Let’s be clear here, no company is going to pay you $25 just to send an email. Not in a million years.
This calculator tells you nothing!
Why not? Well 3 reasons:
- They have employees who earn a lot less than $25 per hour let alone per email that could do it
- There’s a lot of automated software out there that can do it
- There are people in other countries that can copy and paste and send email for a lot less than $25 bucks!
These excessive earnings claims are simply there to draw you in either through greed or desperation, and have no basis in reality at all.
Not only that but the guaranteed earnings that the site claims is BS as their own terms state very clearly that there are no guarantees!
Outdated, Unprovable Proof
Email Sending Jobs provides proof that their system works in the form of pictures of check payments.
Now the first thing to realise is that these checks date from 2007 and 2009 so they’re hardly recent.
As well as that the checks mainly come from ClickBank and Commission Junction, 2 affiliate marketplaces.
These companies have zero reason to pay you money to send emails. None whatsoever!
As such it’s potentially more likely that the earnings are commissions, but are they related to Email Sending Jobs? That’s unclear, but in all honesty, unlikely!
Therefore there is no proof that this system actually makes money (that shouldn’t surprise you!).
The Cost to Register
The last time you got a job did you have to pay the guy in the interview room? No? That’s because no one should have to pay money in order to do work.
Email Sending Jobs wants you to pay $75 for the privilege of working and that smells like a scam to me. Especially when you take into account that their refund policy is “no refunds”!
Unless you’re investing in a business then there is no reason to pay money in order to work, the whole point of working is to swap your time and skills for money.
If anyone suggests you need to pay a fee to work, walk away!
The Hidden Owners
Not only would you be handing over money for no reason, you have no idea who you are handing your money to!
The people behind Email Sending Jobs are completely hidden: there’s no address, no contact name, no telephone, nothing!
Would you give $75 to an unknown person, because I know I wouldn’t!
Trust us because we say so… works every time, right?
Potentially Fake Testimonials
Testimonials are a great way to confirm the legitimacy of something and Email Sending Jobs has several.
The thing is, the testimonials can’t be verified – the names are fairly generic, there’s no photos etc. As such you just have the word of the company that these are legit and from everything I’ve seen so far that word is worthless!
I really do believe, though I can’t prove, that these testimonials are simply not real.
Potential for Spam
The idea that you’ll be sending out email to random people you don’t know for random reasons that aren’t made clear, suggests one thing to me: spam!
Would you like to be responsible for spamming people? I know I wouldn’t!
Why else would a company want an individual to send an email from their own account rather than the company sending emails from their business email address? I really cannot think of any other reason but spam.
The Bottom Line
This site is geared up to trick people into not only handing over a large sum of money but also their personal information. By paying for this product you’re effectively signalling that you’ll pay for other crap too. As well as that all of your details will likely be sold on to other marketers, scam artists etc. who will also push dodgy and poor quality products at you.
Understand that there is no way people will pay you $25 just to send an email. Whoever is behind Email Sending Jobs is falsifying the reality of internet marketing and trying to dress it up as something it’s not.
Avoid this one as it’s a money grab and nothing more.