Mommy Jobs Online (a.k.a. “MJOL Marketing”)
Title/Site Tagline: “Get connected to pre-screened Telecommute Employers and find Flexible Remote Paying Jobs”
Description: MJOL Marketing
Domain Age: 3 Years, 206 Days (as of 02-10-2016)
Website Value: $148.93
Owner(s): Domains By Proxy, LLC
Owner Address: DomainsByProxy.com, 14747 N Northsight Blvd Suite 111, PMB 309, Scottsdale, Arizona 85260, United States
Owner Country: Hidden
Associated Email Address: email@example.com
Website Location: United States
The owner of the website is using a service to hide their identity
The website’s expected life (365 days) is relatively short.
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I received a request from one of my newsletter subscribers to research “Mommy Jobs Online” and I must say that this has been a tough one to find much useful information on.
For the record, I am in no way affiliated with MommyJobsOnline.com nor any of their affiliations, so this review is truly UNBIASED and I’m merely relaying the results of my research to you in hopes that it will help you obtain the information you need to know prior to joining, or not joining, Mommy Jobs Online.
In case this is your first time visiting my site, FiredOrDenied.com, you need to know that what we do here is research on companies and income opportunities that claim to enable or empower folks to be able to Find Jobs Online, earn income from home, start your own online business, find work on the internet, etc. and then we either test them ourselves to prove whether they actually work or not, or we do extensive research on the ones that we have not tested but have been requested to provide a report or review about in effort to figure out whether they are legit opportunities or scams.
In this article, we will be attempting to prove Mommy Jobs Online Scam or Legit, but that may be rather difficult due to the lack of information on the web about them. My personal opinion is that whenever you have a hard time finding any pertinent information on the internet about any specific company, product, service or opportunity then it appears that they have worked very hard to try to “hide” that information which immediately causes me to throw up red flags and lean towards calling it a scam.
Now that does not mean that it is, in fact, a scam or not, that’s just my initial impression due to the lack of information available other than what’s on their website. In all reality, Mommy Jobs Online is one of those that we would just have to “try out & test” before being able to give any “Real, Truthful & Accurate” results, however, we are currently in the process of testing several others and currently do not have the ability to add another Test to our calendar at this moment.
So for now, I m just going to list my “research results” that I have found as of today and if MommyJobsOnline.com is something you’re considering trying out on your own, then just proceed with caution and be sure to do your due diligence in research and investigation before “buying in” to this program.
If you do go ahead and give them a shot, myself along with all my other readers would greatly appreciate it if you would report back to this page (please bookmark this page to find it easily in the future) with your experiences with them and let us know your full opinion, whether it be good or bad. Also, please let us know if you believe it to be a full blown Scam or if you found them to be completely legit simply by telling us your story in the comment box below. We all thank you in advance! 🙂
My Findings When Researching “Mommy Jobs Online”
Aside from the information I found and listed at the very top of this article, I’m listing other things or links I’ve found below…
Better Business Bureau (www.bbb.org) - Zero Results & Zero Mention - Here's a general cautionary statement made by BBB: http://www.bbb.org/blog/2013/05/do-your-homework-before-signing-up-for-work-at-home/
Snopes.com - Zero Results & Zero Mention
Google+ - Zero Results & Zero Mention
PeopleClaim.com - Found ONE (1) Complaint by Kim Thompson. Here's the link to the complaint: http://www.peopleclaim.com/complaint-history/mommy-jobs-online-236219
MtStars.com - Found Complaints & Praises in a comment thread under a complaint posting dated August 28, 2015. Here's the link to the original complaint and the comment thread below it: http://forum.mtstars.com/615233.html
Google Bogger - Scam Report found
GlassDoor.com - Many Job Postings listed for Mommy Jobs Online
Indeed.com - One Job posting / Company Advertisement listed on Indeed
About two dozen other sites were also searched but all revealed similar, vague, information about Mommy Jobs Online…This list is simply too long to put in this article when considering the fact that there is just not much info about them on these other sites, so I’m not going to list them here and burden you with a bunch of useless links.
A Few Helpful Tips for YOU
Once again, if you’re considering giving this company, their website and their services a shot, then be sure to do your due diligence and research before whipping out your Credit Card for anything.
To complete your own Google Search, here is a short list of some relevant search terms that you might want to consider using when working on your research of this company:
- Mommy Jobs Online
- Mommy Jobs Online Scam
- Mommy Jobs Online Legit
- Mommy Jobs Online Complaints
- Mommy Jobs Online Reports
- Mommy Jobs Online Reviews
- Is Mommy Jobs Online a Scam?
- Does Mommy Jobs Online Truly Offer Legitimate Work?
I think you get the gist of it and you can use whatever combination of the above search terms you like.
Another useful tip when researching this company, or any company for that matter, is to complete the search in a “New Incognito Window” in your browser so that your search results do NOT store cookies and caches on your computer while visiting various sites for your research purposes. That way you don’t get blasted with adds about them or other related businesses, later on, which can be very annoying and frustrating (I’m sure you know what I mean).
If you need help understanding “How to Open a New Incognito Window” in your browser, then just leave me a comment below and I’ll send you a short Video Tutorial on how to do so. You may want to include the fact that you’re either on a Mac or PC when submitting your request so that I can send you the proper video tutorial.
That about wraps it up on this one and I’m sorry that I could not provide you with a strict verdict as to whether Mommy Jobs Online is a Scam or Legit. Once again, I do plead with you to tell your story below if you’ve had any experiences with this company or if you plan to give them a shot or not and why. The information you share here could potentially help thousands of other Moms to make a better informed and educated decisions when it comes to joining or not joining Mommy Jobs Online.
Thank you for reading this article and if it was helpful or you’d like to see me add something to it, please comment below.
All The Best,
Founder & Executive Director of FiredOrDenied.com
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