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Business Name:

Mommy Jobs Online (a.k.a. “MJOL Marketing”)

Website:   mommyjobsonline.com

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:  jobseeker@mommyjobsonline.com
Website Location:   United States 

Notes:
The owner of the website is using a service to hide their identity
The website’s expected life (365 days) is relatively short.

Website Analysis Details:

Be Cautious:  This site is using an anonymous service which prevents us from being able to identify the actual site owner or site owner information.

Sometimes a site owner may use these “Hide Tactics” with intentions to ward off spam, but be well aware that many scam sites use this as a way to hide their identity.

We recommend that you confirm the business address with the website owners before making any e-commerce purchases through this site.


 

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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.

 

Serious Marketers Only
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!  🙂


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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…

 

Websites I Completed Searches on and the information these sites had about MommyJobsOnline.com:

 

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:

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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.


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Final Word

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.

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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,

Jeremy Wilson

Founder & Executive Director of FiredOrDenied.com

 

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29 thoughts on “Find Jobs Online – Mommy Jobs Online Scam or Legit – Unbiased Mommy Jobs Online Reviews

  • KsK

    Your article was very informative, I enjoyed reading it.

    There was a Data Entry position in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on Mommy Jobs Online required an $85.00 one-time remote contractor registration fee the following that I did not purchase, but wanted to let you know for your research. The job was posted on candidatepoint.com, the link to the job took me to https://www.upwardcareers/jobs/mommy-jobs-online-vc3fe/data-entry-specialist.

    In my opinion, fees should only be charged and paid after someone obtains a job through these kind of websites and determines through performing the job duties that ALL ASPECTS of the jobs are legitimate.

  • Teri Navarro

    Thank you for your comments on Mommy Jobs On Line. Although you could not make a definite scam or not scam decision I enjoyed your article.

    • Jeremy Wilson Post author

      Hello Teri,

      Thanks for visiting FiredOrDenied.com and for your comment on my “Mommy Jobs On Line” article here. Yeah, I wish I had more feedback (via comments below) from ladies that have actually used their program so that we could all get an “inside view” of what it is truly all about.

      I’m glad to hear that you enjoyed my article despite the fact that I could not set a definite conclusion about MJOL and I invite you to keep checking back in to see what other moms have commented here about them.

      If there’s ever anything I can help you with, please feel free to reach out to me anytime.

      All The Best,

      Jeremy Wilson
      FiredOrDenied.com

  • Maureen Suggitt

    I’ve been working online since the late 90’s and my take on this website, Mommy Jobs Online (MJOL), is that they are really (like mentioned above in this article) a telecommuting job database.

    Myself, I belong to several (to take advantage of tax deductions) but what I don’t like about this one (MJOL) is the secrecy and how they mislead people by posting as if they have the job instead of just offering what they have. They are marketing to ‘job seekers’ as if they actually have job openings which in my opinion is really misleading, especially to the masses who are not familiar with working online.

    There are legitimate job databases which myself and Freelancers as myself subscribe to but we knew what we were buying into. [virtual vocations / flexjobs / homejobstop / shadowshopper to name but a few] – we are paying the fee for the convenience of having screened leads that haven’t been posted to the masses.

    I see job postings that I don’t see on all the free sites which gives us an advantage. Plus to many of us, it is much cheaper and easier to pay for fresh targeted job leads than track them down all day ourselves when we could be using our time more efficiently – especially when the cost is a legitimate business expense (tax deduction)

    So if you are expecting to be offered a ‘job’ – then don’t buy into “Mommy Jobs Online / MJOL”. If you are looking for job leads – I would always go with the ‘tried and true’ companies where you know what you are getting – they will tell you what kind of job leads they specialize in and the membership costs should be clear. Myself, I would stay clear of MJOL, just on the principle of them being so shady in recruiting members.

    • Jeremy Wilson Post author

      Hello Lena,

      Thank you for visiting FiredOrDenied.com and for leaving a comment and a request.

      To answer your question, I’ve recorded a ScreenShare Video Tutorial on “How To Open a New Incognito Window” and will provide the link to this video down below as well as email it to you.

      If for any reason you need any further help, please comment back on this page or email me back with the specifics of your request(s) and I’ll be more than happy to help you out. Here’s your Video Tutorial link: http://screencast.com/t/ovCqK0yJ

      All The Best,
      Jeremy Wilson – Founder of FiredOrDenied.com

  • Lavoria Ray

    Please how to open an incognito window. I get a lot of scam about a job which is sooo messed up since i have been looking for a job for 6 months. How do I stop from getting them. I have received several from the same people on my phone using different companys for their company. Fortunately for me I am smart enough not to send money when asked

    Thanks for your information

    • Jeremy Wilson Post author

      Hello Lavoria,

      Thanks for visiting FiredOrDenied.com and for submitting your comment and questions.

      To best serve you, I really need to ask you a series of questions, therefore, it would be best if we could have a conversation via Skype.

      If you will email me back with your Skype address and a few different options for when the best time to call you would be along with your time zone, I’ll be happy to discuss this in person with you and help you find the answers that you seek.

      I will email you a copy of this response so that you can simply reply to my email with the information I requested above and we’ll move forward from there.

      Thanks again for visiting my site and I look forward to hearing from you soon!

      All The Best,
      Jeremy Wilson
      Founder of FiredOrDenied.com

    • Jeremy Wilson Post author

      Hello Deborah,

      Thank you for visiting FiredOrDenied.com and for leaving a comment and a request. To answer your question, I’ve recorded a ScreenShare Video Tutorial on “How To Open a New Incognito Window” and will provide the link to this video down below as well as email it to you. If for any reason you need any further help, please comment back on this page or email me back with the specifics of your request(s) and I’ll be more than happy to help you out. Here’s your Video Tutorial link: http://screencast.com/t/ovCqK0yJ

      All The Best,
      Jeremy Wilson – Founder of FiredOrDenied.com

  • Mari D.

    I was foolish enough to buy into this “Mommy Jobs Online” program.

    Yes they sent me a link to “Training Modules” and basically, they are copying all the legitimate job postings on other sites and pasting into your email address as if they were a recruiter.

    Obviously, this leads the person searching for a job to believe that this position is actually available; they respond to you (the email you opened for this reason) and nothing comes from it.

    Basically, a dead end for job searchers.

    The people that are an agent(s) of Mommy Jobs Online) are fake as they have no job offerings, or further contact with those emailing you.

    I know these are desperate times, but if you think about it; extremely fraudulent to the economy numbers. They are offering jobs that are actually not available. Stay away from Mommy Jobs Online!

    You’d be much better off just starting Your Own Online Business, just like this website (FiredOrDenied.com) mentions on the Getting Started page than to waste any of your time or money with Mommy Jobs Online (MJOL)!

    I hope my feedback is useful to you and that by telling you my BAD experiences with MJOL, this will help save you some heartache and lost time. Now I’m going to go start my own Online Business, how about you?

    • Jeremy Wilson Post author

      Hello Mari,

      Thank you for your honest review of Mommy Jobs Online and for providing us with information on your own personal experiences with them…both I and my readers are greatly appreciative to you for taking your time to share this with us all.

      Did you have any questions for me or would you like my help getting started with your own online business at all? However I can be of service to you, just let me know and I’ll do my best for ya.

      May you have a highly Blessed and Prosperous day and I look forward to hearing back from you soon.

      All The Best,

      Jeremy Wilson
      Founder of FiredOrDenied.com
      🙂

    • Cel

      Thanks for your info! I heave learned to proceed with caution because there are so many scams. Once again, thanks for taking your time to report this scam.

      • Jeremy Wilson Post author

        Hello Cel,

        You’re most welcome and thank you for taking the time to visit FiredOrDenied.com as well as posting a comment. Just to confirm, I still have not received enough relevant information about Mommy Jobs Online (MJOL) as to whether it is, in fact, a “scam” or “not”…so all I can say to that point is that you should do your due diligence in researching them (or anything else for that matter) before jumping in so that you do not get scammed.

        Let me ask you, is there something particular that you’re looking for? Maybe I can help make some recommendations for you. Just email or comment back with some more specifics about what it is you’re looking to accomplish and I’ll do my best to get you some solid answers and recommendations.

        I look forward to hearing back from you soon.

        All The Best,
        Jeremy Wilson
        Founder of FiredOrDenied.com

    • Pamela

      For years I was a scientific personnel recruiter, and the first thing I told my client was NEVER pay a fee to obtain job leads. All fees received by recruiters are from the hiring company, and the employee should never be expected to pay a fee. While the postings for MJOL look legit and appear appealing, asking for a fee to join this site just smacks of a scam. Whether or not they are a scam, a job hunter should never pay a fee to locate hobs, period.

      • Jeremy Wilson Post author

        Hello Pamela,

        Thank you so much for your feedback….I completely agree with you!

        The information, yet while common sense to some folks, is not that common for others…so thank you for sharing this detail with my readers to help prevent them from wasting money, time and effort on things that they don’t have to.

        You’re amazing and I hope to hear more of your suggestions, recommendations, insights and other comments in the near future!

        Thanks for visiting FiredOrDenied.com!

        All The Best,
        Jeremy Wilson
        Founder & Creator of FiredOrDenied.com

  • Maria Borden

    Thank you for your article’s it’s been very helpful to me. I am a first time reader to the site and I’m coming back for more:)
    I am like most people who want to work from home and are having a hard time findingetting honest to goodness legitimate home based business. I feel that having to work from home one should shouldn’t have pay. Nowner I know that sometimes there are fees for freelancers and so on but that should be it lolThen you get into Mary Kay ,Avon etc… that want you to buy Thier kit.
    So it’s just a bit overwhelming. So, thank you for taking time to put these articles together.
    By the way if you have any suggestions or ideas for me on how to start my own online business or how to get involved with legitimate resources and companies that I could work for from home I would greatly appreciate it.

    Maria Borden

    • Jeremy Wilson Post author

      Hello Maria,

      Thank you for your comment and for visiting FiredOrDenied.com 🙂

      To answer your question, the best way that I’ve found for someone to “Get Started with Your Own Online Business” is to follow the steps on this link: http://firedordenied.com/get-started/

      If you still have questions after reading the Getting Started page and following the steps within, then please reach back out to me with your specific questions and I’ll be more than happy to help you find the answers you seek.

      Thanks again for visiting and I look forward to hearing back from you soon.

      All The Best,
      Jeremy Wilson

    • Debbie

      Hi Maria, am exactly on thesame boat with you, have also been looking for a legit and honest work at home job, am ready to give it my 100% time and attention but scared of being scam, please if you find any legit and honest work at home job I kindly plead to let me know, and I will keep searching and doing research too and let you know if I find one. Nice meeting you here.

      • Jeremy Wilson Post author

        Hello Debbie,

        Thank you for visiting FiredOrDenied.com …I’m happy to hear that my Reviews have been helpful to you! 🙂

        So what type of at home work are you looking for? Reply back and I’ll do my best to help you find something that works well for your specific needs and goals.

        All The Best,
        Jeremy Wilson

  • Kara

    I am a happy member with MJOL for the past year now. It’s a great site to find pre-screened jobs online safely and glad there is a site that exist out there that I can rely on because now days it’s hard to find real jobs at home. I joined the customer service job bank and I had 3 different companies contact me to be hired within the first 3 weeks of joining so I have nothing bad to say about the service, it only helped me and my family. I find it very legitimate nothing sketchy. I been scammed before and MJOL is not a scam by far I recommend it to my family and friends if you are tired of looking for legit jobs at home. You do need to have work skills or experience to work at home with the various clients they list in their job bank so that will be most important.

    Good Luck Guys!
    Kara

    • Jeremy Wilson Post author

      Hello Kara,

      Thank you for your feedback regarding MJOL….I’m very happy to see that you have seen some success with them. If there’s ever anything I can help you with, please do not hesitate to ask and I’ll do my best for ya! 🙂

      All The Best,
      Jeremy Wilson

  • Cherie

    Hey Jeremy,
    Mommy Jobs Online does seem to be a bit dodgy. It irritates the crap out of me when these companies promise to help people make money online and then end up to be a scam. Perhaps MJOL is not a scam, but if they have zero transparency, how can a person trust them after doing their due diligence?

    Thanks for doing the research and I will be interested to hear if someone joins MJOL and what it’s about.

    Cherie

  • c

    Jeremy,

    I want to to be self-employed and work from home. Will wealthy affiliate allow me to do this, and how long to you think it might take?

    And what about support? If I joined through you, will you help me through the process?

    Thanks in advance

    carl

    • Jeremy Wilson Post author

      Hello Carl,

      Great to hear from you and Thank You for visiting FiredOrDenied.com…I greatly appreciate you for taking the time to read my articles here and I’m happy that you’ve found it useful.

      You had three questions for me, so I am going to answer them in the order of which you asked them:

      (Q.#1) – I want to to be self-employed and work from home. Will wealthy affiliate allow me to do this, and how long to you think it might take?

      (A.#1). – Yes, the education combined with the tools, the services and the outstanding support community that Wealthy Affiliate provides can enable you to build your own Online Business thus Self-Employed and because you’re building an Online Business, you can work from Home or literally anywhere in the world as long as you have an internet connection plus either a laptop, desktop computer or a tablet.

      As far as “How Long it will take before you begin to earn an income from it”…well, that is mainly up to you according to how much time you’re willing to dedicate to your training and education as well as how much time you will dedicate towards building your new online business. Another factor to consider is the Niche that you choose to build your business around. Some Niches (just like any brick and mortar business) have “Short-Sales-Cycles” and other Niches have “Mid to Long term Sales-Cycles”…so that will play a role in how fast you can begin making some money online as well.

      My recommendation is for you to think of it like this….

      You’ve got to think of “building a business online” just like you would building a brick and mortar business in the town you live in. It takes time, effort, planning and consistency to build ANY sort of business and, even more time before they actually begin to bring in a profit.

      The “Average Brick-n-Mortar Business” generally doesn’t begin realizing true Net Profits for it’s first 3 to 5 years from its inception. Now that’s one of the joys of starting an Online Business because the time it takes to churn a true Net Profit can be much quicker. Some folks that start an online Business through the Wealthy Affiliate training platform have seen profitable results within their first 30 to 60 days…other’s within their first 90 to 120 days…and for some, it took them 9 to 12 months before they began earning enough to replace the income from their regular 9-5 jobs….and then some even longer than that because they were not dedicated in the beginning stages. So once again, it really comes down to YOU and how passionate and dedicated you’ll be about building your own business on the internet.

      (Q.#2). – And what about support?

      (A.#2). – Yes, Support is definitely something that you’ll notice is a very major “Strong Point” at Wealthy Affiliate. Once you join, you’ll have access to a support community that has over 400,000+ “Like-Minded” individuals (many with years of experience in the online business realm and hundreds of folks that are already earning a full-time income from their online businesses that they learned to build through the Wealthy Affiliate training) of which will be able to answer your questions and offer help and assistance to you 24/7/365.

      For further information on “What type of Support You can expect to receive at Wealthy Affiliate,” please Read my Full, Detailed Review of Wealthy Affiliate HERE.

      (Q.#3). – If I joined through you, will you help me through the process?

      (A.#3). – Yes, most definitely! I am in the “TOP 50” of the “Most Active Members” at Wealthy Affiliate (currently ranked at #37) and I don’t say that to brag, I merely offer that bit of info to you as clarification that you will, in fact, have complete access to me and I’ll gladly help you through the process and make sure to help you get up and running as quickly as possible…and I’ll even be there throughout your entire journey as an online entrepreneur…who knows, we may even become good friends over the years to come! 🙂

      I think that covers all the questions you had submitted, but if you have any further questions, then just reply back to me within this comment thread or send me an email through the Contact Form here on the website and I’ll be more than happy to assist you.

      Thanks again for visiting FiredOrDenied.com and I look forward to hearing back from you soon.

      All The Best,

      Jeremy Wilson
      Founder & Executive Director of FiredOrDenied.com

  • Zarina

    Hello there Wilson,

    It’s been a while since I last visited your website.
    You always present good review and it seems like you do a VERY good research! Personally, a year ago I wouldn’t think of searching for the website in social media (I don’t even know why I wouldn’t lol).

    Anyway, haven’t tried this program myself but the fact that the real owner hides his identity and there are zero mentions in my social pages does alarm. Seems like MommyJobs is a scam (can’t believe how many scams are out there!!)

    Thanks for preventing people to get scammed with your unbiased reviews. It matters!

    See you around,
    Zarina

  • Debra

    Hmmm. How does Mommy Jobs on line stay so hidden in this day and age?It’s too bad you couldn’t find more information out there on the web because now It does make one wonder about their legitimacy. With that said, at least you’re not finding a lot of negative comments, out there or complaints left in various forums.
    Without many complaints up their I would have to say they were more legit than not. It will definitely be interesting to read more, this on this topic to see if anybody else has personal experience with mommy jobs online.
    Thanks for digging up what you could.