Paying Social Media Jobs Review [2022] – Huge SCAM or Legit?

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You're looking for more time, freedom, and money. You're not alone. Most people would agree that life should be lived the way you want. Or at least as close to it as possible. 

You may have never-ending bills to pay, and it doesn't help that things are getting more expensive. Debt may be dragging you down too.

Paying Social Media Jobs claims to be a solution, but is it legit?

In this review, I'll explain what Paying Social Media Jobs is, how it works, and whether it's worth it. I'll also take you inside the member's area, reveal what's inside, and discuss why some call it a scam.

Here's an overview of the topics I'm going to cover…

  • What is Paying Social Media Jobs?
  • Is Paying Social Media Jobs Legit?
  • How Does Paying Social Media Jobs Work?
  • What is a Paid Social Media Job?
  • Paying Social Media Jobs Cost
  • Inside Paying Social Media Jobs
  • How Much Money Can You Make?
  • Paying Social Media Jobs Reviews and Complaints
  • What I Like and What I Don't Like
  • Where Do You Go From Here?

Disclaimer:
Please note, I am not an affiliate for Paying Social Media Jobs. This review has been researched inside the Paying Social Media Jobs member's area and from information and/or testimonials that are available online in the public domain. Any recommendations and/or conclusions are strictly opinions and may not to apply to, or agree with, all persons or situations. See full disclaimer for more info

What is Paying Social Media Jobs?


Paying Social Media Jobs is a website that claims to offer social media jobs to people looking for work online. They claim you can make money by managing clients' social media accounts, which involves running ads, commenting on posts, sharing content, generating likes, follows, etc.

This program is actually a rebrand of what used to be called Paid Social Media Jobs (now called Paying Social Media Jobs). I'm not sure what the purpose of rebranding or renaming was, but if you type paidsocialmediajobs.com into your web browser, it currently redirects to payingsocialmediajobs.com.

We could talk about either, but they are essentially the same thing, but with some visual and navigational changes in the members' area. The update is an improvement, in my opinion.

Since “Paying” Social Media Jobs is the most recent version, that's the one I'll be referencing in this review. 

If you're searching for a Paid Social Media Jobs review, this is still the review you're looking for. Because of the rebrand and redirect (to payingsocialmediajobs.com), the old version of Paid Social Media Jobs is no longer available, as far as I know.  

While Paying Social Media Jobs appears to be a site that shows you how to start a career in social media and offers a real way to work from home, it's a little misleading. 

Instead, this is a ClickBank product with some general social media training and a jobs database that, although helpful, is not exclusive. These are jobs you can find on any job board or freelance platform. 

It was created by someone named Annie Jones, a single mom who makes over $700 a week online. She does this by helping businesses with their social media. 

But I've seen these make-money ads before, as I'm sure you have too. I can't help but wonder if Annie Jones is a real person, so let's jump into the deep end and find out.

Who is Annie Jones?


Annie Jones is a social media manager who apparently logs onto Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube every day to reply to comments and schedule posts. 

Paying Social Media Jobs Annie Jones

She says anyone who knows how to use these platforms can do this work and that millions of businesses are hiring for these positions right now. 

That's partially true, but more on that in a moment. 

Annie explains how she went from heavily in debt to a successful social media manager because she met another single mom who had gone through the same challenge. 

After losing her job and hitting rock bottom financially, this other mom became more financially secure than ever, and it only took six months. 

This was Annie's introduction to the world of paid social media jobs. With this person's help, she had her first job within 24 hours. 

And now, she wants to help you the same way that help was given to her.

Annie reports earning $19,847 dollars through paid social media marketing in six months. On payingsocialmediajobs.com (which is implied to be her website), she provides a picture of her online profile and payment as evidence.

A screenshot of her PayPal account shows $9,421.83 (interestingly, her name appears as Kate Jones). 

Paying Social Media Jobs Jones Payment Proof

She also claims to have helped many students, one of them named Tash White. With Annie's help, Tash White can now be home with her baby and work from her bed as a social media manager. 

So, is Annie Jones real, and is Paying Social Media Jobs legit? 

I'm going to explain with evidence why I have doubts…

Is Paying Social Media Jobs Legit?


Having reviewed hundreds of online money-making programs, most of them fake, I can't help but be a skeptic. 

There are flat-out scams that take your money and run. There are also scams that harvest your data and steal your identity. 

And then there are legit programs that stretch the truth by marketing themselves too aggressively. They might invent a story or make false promises.  

Inside Paying Social Media Jobs, you'll find a legit program. It's from the same person (or group of people) who created Social Sale Rep and Write App Reviews. And like Social Sale Rep, the program and the jobs are legit (although not necessarily good for all people in all situations). 

On the other hand, the story of Paying Social Media Jobs (and Annie Jones) is probably just a product of aggressive marketing. 

I don't think Annie Jones is real. Of course, I can't say that for sure, but I can tell you that her pictures are fake.   

Here's Annie's picture (found on payingsocialmediajobs.com) and an identical image found on depositphotos.com, a stock photography website. 

Paying Social Media Jobs Annie Jones Stock Photo
Annie Jones image can be found on stock photography site DepositPhotos

It only takes one mistruth or deception to cast doubt on the entire program. But there's more.  

You may have seen the “Breaking News” report about experts forecasting huge growth potential for this type of work on the Paying Social Media Jobs' website. 

This is not a real news story from a legitimate news organization. Instead, it's an actor they hired from Fiverr (shown below)…

Paying Social Media Jobs Fiverr Actor
Fiverr Spokesperson Created Paid Social Media News Clip

The testimonials are also hired actors. 

Knowing these have been faked, it's hard to believe Annie Jones is real or that her $9,421 PayPal screenshot is legit. It comes across as a scam, and if I had to put money on it, I'd say this is a misleading income claim. But that's just my opinion.

There's no denying deception here, but having gone through the program, I was shocked, as you might be, to know Paying Social Media Jobs is actually legit… mostly. Or maybe a better way to say it is that it's not entirely a scam.

There is some legitimate value here. How much will depend on what you already know. If you've ever applied for a job before, created a resume, or you're aware of freelance marketplace sites like Fiverr… you'll already know much of what's being taught here.

If you were just looking to make some extra money and prefer something free, you can check out online surveys. Sites like Survey Junkie and Inbox Dollars don't cost anything to join and they're a simple way to make money online.

Of course, you can't earn as much on survey sites as you would a high-paying social media job, but surveys are a great way to earn between jobs or while you're waiting to get hired.

If a bigger income is what you want, an online business may be what you're looking for.

You may be at home with children or have health difficulties which make a regular job challenging.

If that’s the case and a full-time income online is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

At any rate, it's not really clear what Paying Social Media Jobs is charging you for, so I'll take you inside the program and show you what you're getting…

How Does Paying Social Media Jobs Work?


There are a few different entry points into Paying Social Media Jobs. One is by entering your name and email address on their website. That brings you to a second page with more information, testimonials, and a Get Certified Now button (which goes to an order page). 

Another entry point is a funnel where you're presented with a quiz. 

The Paying Social Media Job Quiz


If you arrived at Paying Social Media Jobs through someone's affiliate link (a referral link that pays a commission), you probably bumped up against the quiz. 

The page starts with…

“Online Social Media Jobs That Pay $25 – $50 Per Hour. No Experience Required. Work At Home”. 

What follows is a series of questions…

What type of job are you looking for?

  • I want a job that I can do from home
  • I want a job in an office

What is your favorite social media platform?

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • YouTube
  • TikTok

How much do you want to earn?

  • This will be my side hustle ($100-300 per week)
  • Part-time job ($300 – 700 per week)
  • Full-time income ($1000+ per week)

On which device do you mostly use social media?

  • Phone
  • Tablet
  • Laptop/Desktop

Depending on your answers, you'll be shown a sample job you are best suited for (and a button to get started).

It will look something like this…

Paying Social Media Job Quiz Results

When you click to get started, you'll be prompted to create an account and fill out an application. The questions include what country you live in, how many hours a week you're available, and do you have a reliable internet connection?

There are couple more questions, but as you'll see as you get further into the program, none of them matter. They don't determine whether you'll get a job. Nor do they actually match you up to a suitable job. 

No matter how you answer, you'll be approved. 

Once you get inside, as I'll show you below, you'll have access to the main jobs database, which is NOT an exclusively curated list of jobs specifically for you. But more on that in a moment. 

First, let's discuss what a paid social media job is.

What Is a Paid Social Media Job?


A paid social media job is an online job that pays people to do things like post content on their Facebook page and Twitter account. The most common types of paid social media jobs include:

  • Posting – Posting content and scheduling posts on your client's social media accounts. Sharing posts on various social media networks, such as Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, etc.
  • Blogging and Content Creation – Writing short blog posts and publishing them on social platforms like LinkedIn.
  • Video creation – Creating videos and uploading them to YouTube and TikTok. You'll be responsible for creating descriptions and thumbnails, editing, adding music, etc.
  • Commenting and Responding – Engaging with other users' social media posts, YouTube videos, etc. It also involves responding to comments on your client's posts. 
  • Following – One way to increase your client's audience and grow their social media accounts is to follow others on social media. You can follow people who share similar interests and follow their followers. 
  • Brand Building – Involves building brand awareness by promoting your client's products and services.

There are also social media “micro-jobs” where all you have to do is like a video, follow someone, or share a blog post. This is how some sites and influencers create the “appearance of success” without actually earning it. But that's another topic for a different post. 

Before we get into the jobs and what Paying Social Media Jobs offers, let's discuss the cost.

Paying Social Media Jobs Cost


After you've jumped through the hoops and answered the questions, you'll finally land on the order page where you can buy Paying Social Media Jobs for a one-time fee of $27.

Paying Social Media Jobs Price
Paying (Paid) Social Media Jobs Order Form

The Upsells, Downsells, and Sidesells


At this point, you would have paid your twenty-seven bucks, and that should be it. But you're not there yet. Like most products on Clickbank, there are plenty of upsells, down-sells, and side-sells (all additional costs you weren't expecting). 

The first upsell is a VIP Upgrade for $97 (lifetime access), which includes a personal account rep, hand-picked-highest-paying jobs, and premium support. 

If you decline, you'll be directed to a down-sell; twelve months of access to the VIP membership for $67.

Next, come the side-sells. Paying Social Media Jobs is from the same creators as PaidOnlineWritingJobs and WriteAppReviews. So, as a new member, you can buy both at a discount of $57. 

Again, if you decline, you are given a choice to buy just one for $37. 

Once you've run the upsell/down-sell/side-sell gauntlet, you reach the welcome page…

… but you're not done yet.

On this page, you're presented with another offer. A step-by-step program called Social Media Arbitrage. It shows you how to multiply your efforts by outsourcing your work to others. It costs $37 (I opted out of this one). 

Finally, you're welcomed as a member…

You Are Now a Paying Social Media Jobs Member
After purchasing, your login details will be sent to you

Inside Paying Social Media Jobs


With the fake images, video, and testimonials on their homepage, I was interested to see what was inside Paying Social Media Jobs. 

You're greeted with the typical dashboard. 

The top menu options are Home, Intro Course, and Training. Those are followed by Social Media Job Database, Affiliate Products, and My (or your) Account. 

Paying Social Media Jobs Member Dashboard
Member's Dashboard

Below the menu is a quick introduction video and more thumbnails and buttons to access some of the same pages available in the top menu. 

And it should come as no surprise, but at the bottom of the page are… wait for it, more upgrade options. 

Actually, these are the same offers you encountered during the purchase and set-up process. They are Social Media Arbitrage, the VIP Express Pass, PaidOnlineWritingJobs, and WriteAppReviews.

You can upgrade if you like, but I recommend checking out the menu options first. You may or may not want to upgrade once you see what you're getting for you money.

The obvious place to start is the jobs database. After all, if you buy Paying Social Media Jobs, a job is what you want. But let's take it one step at a time and start with the Intro Course (shown in the dashboard menu below).

Paying Social Media Jobs Dashboard Menu

Paying Social Media Jobs Intro Course


The Intro Course brings you to this page consists of three training modules. These are all text-based and, like their other programs, are not life-changing.

If you're completely unfamiliar with social media management work, you'll learn some basics here, but I would not expect any epiphanies or inside secrets. 

In other words, I did not see anything that you would not find with a quick Google search going through these modules. 

Having said that, for twenty-seven bucks, they do package the information in one place, so it is something. 

Paying Social Media Jobs Intro Training
Intro Training

As you can see in the screenshot above, the Intro Course consists of…

  • Module 1 – Win Your First Social Media Job
  • Module 2 – Give Yourself a Promotion
  • Module 3 – Pull Down the Big Bucks

These are essentially modified versions of their sister program, Social Sale Rep (see below).

Paying Social Media Jobs Sister Program Courses
Social Sale Rep uses the same format (Source: GigHustlers)

Again, there's not much here. In fact, these modules read as though they're still trying to sell you on social media jobs. As if you need further convincing. 

Take this short quote from module one, for example…

“So strap yourself in and get for a wild ride. We're about to take a trip to the future. A better future where you live the life of your dreams”.

You'll get some examples and stories of other social media assistants and what the job involves. Examples are writing video tags, creating descriptions, editing, creating thumbnails, and uploading. 

So, it's not an empty course by any means. But it's also not going to give you an advantage over social media assistants and managers who have experience. 

And experienced applicants are who you'll be competing with for these jobs. 

If you're applying for jobs but it's taking a long time to get hired, you can earn some money with online surveys in the meantime. Sites like Survey Junkie and Inbox Dollars will pay for your opinions.

You won't get rich from online surveys of course, but they are great way to get started online.

You may also be looking for something like an online business if a full-time income is what you want. 

You may be at home because of difficulties with your health or children to look after. Or maybe you're just tired of your job.

If that’s the case and a full-time income online is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

Getting back to Paying Social Media Jobs, once you've completed the Into Course, the Training Tab is where you'll want to go…

Paying Social Media Jobs Training Tab

Paying Social Media Jobs Training


Clicking on the Training tab brings you to a page with two sections, each with its own modules and lessons. 

For example, the module titled Social Media Manager 101 includes lessons that cover:

  • What social media marketing is
  • Career opportunities
  • Who the opportunities are for
  • Types of social media jobs

In the Preparing for Success module, you'll get text-based lessons on:

  • Being professional
  • Creating your resume
  • Writing great cover letters
  • Success tips and tricks

In the Social Media Affiliate Training section, you will learn what affiliate marketing is and how you can make money recommending other people's products. 

You can see what these sections and modules look like on the main training page below.

Paying Social Media Jobs Training
Main Training Page

You'll find these products by clicking on the Affiliate Products tab in the menu, which brings you to various products found on affiliate marketplaces Clickbank and JVZoo.

These are somewhat out of place. When doing a social media “job”, you're working for someone else. You're driving traffic and building their following, which is okay because you're getting paid for it. 

However, it would be highly unethical to recommend affiliate products and earn commissions from your client's audience.

Not that Paying Social Media Jobs is suggesting you should. It's just that the affiliate marketing training and products seem out of place here. This program is about getting a job, not becoming a social media marketer.  

Anyway, let's move onto the jobs database.

The Social Media Jobs Database


This is what you've been waiting for. The main jobs database. Your personal connection to employers who are lining up to hire you (they are not). 

The database looks like this…

Paying Social Media Main Jobs Database
Jobs Database (filters highlighted)

The main advantage here is that the jobs are compiled in one place, and you can filter them by experience level, job site, and platform. 

The disadvantage is that these job listings are not exclusive to Paying Social Media Jobs' members. Instead, they are available to everyone.

Let me explain…

What you're getting here is not much more than a link to various job boards and freelance platforms that anyone (including you) can join and search for free.

These are job boards like Indeed and ZipRecruiter, and freelance platforms such as Upwork, Freelancer, and Guru.com.

None of them charge you to search for jobs. And, even if they did, you'd still have to pay even though you're a Paying Social Media Jobs member.

Again, there's an advantage to having all of these jobs listed in one place and being able to filter them, and on that point, I won't criticize. 

On the other hand, it's probably not what you were expecting when (and if) you joined.

The build-up and promotion of Paying Social Media Jobs clearly implies that there's a job waiting for you. And, by joining, you're getting exclusive access and knowledge to jobs that others don't have. At least that's how it appears to me. 

Remember, you may have answered quiz questions and filled out a short application to get inside. That would suggest you're “applying” for a job, but that's not the case. The quiz and the application are irrelevant as far as qualifying you for a specific position.  

They also claim to provide an exclusive job database for VIP members, but I did not upgrade to find out. And for a good reason. I don't believe it's exclusive, and here's why…

Being a relatively small Clickbank product, which Paying Social Media Jobs is, there are no serious employers exclusively posting jobs here. I can't even find a place as an employer to post a job here. 

And employers are definitely not posting them here (even if they could) INSTEAD of industry giants like Indeed and Upwork. 

In fact, most companies and potential employers wouldn't even know what Paying Social Media Jobs is.

I don't mean to sound disparaging, and I'm also not trying to discourage you from joining. Paying Social Media Jobs has put together a helpful package if you're completely new to this kind of work (and unaware of freelance platforms where jobs like these can be found). 

But it's not a unique platform with “insider” information.

How Much Money Can You Make on Paying Social Media Jobs?


What Paying Social Media Jobs claims you can make and what you can actually make are not necessarily the same. 

They provide a handy little calculator to estimate your earnings. It's specific to reviewing apps, but you could use it for anything. How many comments you're going to make per day, and what price for example.

Paying Social Media Jobs Calculator
Earnings Calculator

In the example above, you review three apps a day at an average of $15 for five days a week. That works out to $225/week or $11,700/year. 

However, it also says (at the bottom of the calculator) that the results are not typical or guaranteed. 

To give you an idea, you can also test apps and websites on platforms like UserTesting. They pay $10 per twenty-minute test or $30 – $120 for live interviews. However, the available tests are infrequent. You may only get a few tests per week.

So it's difficult to use an earnings calculator like this when the potential for work is limited.

And there are also pre-screener tests you'll have to complete before you qualify (which you may not be paid for). 

So you can undoubtedly make money. It's just that it's not a simple calculation. And in a lot of cases, it's not a full-time job. 

The challenge is that it's competitive. More people are looking for at-home work than companies are looking for at-home workers. That's not a problem if you're applying for a skilled position, like transcription or proofreading

It's also not a problem if you have experience and a proven track-record as a social media manager. 

It is a problem, however, when it's an unskilled or low-skilled position that most people can do. If anyone can do it, the pay rates are driven down, and the number of jobs is diluted amongst a larger pool of workers.  

But for the sake of argument, let's say you can achieve a reasonable pay rate and find consistent work. 

If you can make $10 per test and do 10 per day, you'll get paid $100. Do that five days a week for $500. In a year, that's $26,000. You can play with the numbers however you like, but again, they are highly speculative. 

On the other hand, if you have experience, you can earn a decent salary. Below is a social media specialist job posted on Indeed. It pays $40,000 – $60,000 per year. 

Social Media Specialist Job 40-60K
Source: Indeed

This is a good job you can do from home, but it requires proven experience in various areas.  

And then, there are highly skilled social media managers who can increase a company's sales by several hundred percent. They have a successful track record of running ad campaigns and building massive followings. They also have high-level copywriting skills and historical databases that help them identify things like the best audience for a particular client, the most profitable times of the day/week to send messages, etc. 

These social media managers can make hundreds of thousands of dollars a year because they are in such high demand.  

So how much you can make on social media can vary from a few hundred dollars per year part-time with little experience to six figures per year for the skilled and experienced. 

Is Social Media a Good Career?


Social media can be a good career, but it depends on your actual job. Getting paid pennies by a sites like RapidWorkers and ClickEarners for doing micro-tasks such as liking and sharing posts is not a good career. 

On the other hand, if you're a skilled social media ad creator who can build an audience, you can attract high-paying clients. You can even run your own digital marketing agency, and that's a good career. 

Paying Social Media Jobs Refunds


Sales of Paying Social Media Jobs are made through a third-party platform called Clickbank. They provide a 60-day money-back guarantee.  

To claim a refund, visit Clickbank support, and start a Live Chat. They will ask you for your order number (which you can find on your receipt), starting the refund process. 

I've never had any issues getting a refund from Clickbank so you shouldn't either. If you're nervous about spending money though, it's understandable.

As I mentioned earlier, you can earn money from free survey sites like surveyjunkie.com and ​​​​inboxdollars.com without having to spend money.

They can also be a stepping-stone to something more serious like an online business.

You may be at home because of difficulties with your health or children to look after. 

If that’s the case and a full-time income online is what you want, knowing how and where to get started is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

Paying Social Media Jobs Reviews and Complaints


The reviews of Paying Social Media Jobs are not great, and the two main complaints I found were about email spam and charging money for a job. 

I can't comment on the email spam. I test and review so many products that I sign up for everything, and I have multiple email accounts. So emails from Paying Social Media Jobs are a small drop in a big ocean of email spam for me. 

As far as charging money for a job, that's true. 

In fact, you could go a step further and say they are charging money for jobs that are free for anyone (on other platforms). 

And you're paying with no guarantee of getting hired because Paying Social Media Jobs is not actually offering you a job, even though that's the implication. 

They are not hiring you directly, nor are they a middleman connecting employers with employees.  

Instead, they are only curating jobs from various job boards and compiling them into a single database that you can search through. 

It's not much different than an app that plays your favorite music. But instead of playing the music, it just compiles a list of songs. Then, when you actually hit the “play” button, you're redirected to the Spotify app where the music is actually played.

If you paid for that app you'd probably be disappointed. Of course, that app doesn't exist because there's no need for it. The same argument could be made here.

So, the complaints are not unreasonable, and the negative reviews make a fair point. 

If Paying Social Media Jobs advertised itself for what it is, a training program with a handy little tool for compiling social media jobs in a searchable database, those complaints would have fewer teeth. 

But as it stands, I can't blame anyone who feels deceived when they find out they can apply to these jobs for free. 

What I Like About Paying Social Media Jobs


  • It introduces you to social media jobs, which are legit and a great way to work from home.
  • Unlike some of their other monthly membership programs, it's a one-time payment.
  • Curated job opportunities with filters for searching. 
  • 60-day refund policy.

What I Don't Like


  • The courses only come in text format. There are no videos or audio files for listening on the go.
  • You can find most, if not all, of the information online for free, including the jobs. 
  • No community forum or Facebook group. 
  • Some of the lessons and modules repeat themselves. 
  • No passive income potential. You're still trading hours for dollars.

Where Do You Go From Here?


You want to earn a living online. You might even “need” it. When I started out online, it was something I absolutely needed as well, so I get it. I know the feeling well. 

I can't say for sure if Paying Social Media Jobs is the best way to start a career in social media. However, having access to the jobs database will save you a great deal of time if you are unfamiliar with the freelance platforms these jobs are typically posted on. 

But there's nothing here that will give you an advantage over experienced social media assistants and managers. And most of the jobs require some level of experience. 

I don't necessarily recommend Paying Social Media Jobs for everyone, but if you are interested in this kind of work, don't let me discourage you from checking it out. Paying Social Media Jobs is covered by Clickbank's 60-day refund policy, so it won't hurt if you want to take a look at it. 

However, if you join and you're not getting hired for any jobs, there are other ways to make money from home. 

You might be a student in school or a single parent at home. You may have health challenges that make regular work difficult, or maybe you just hate your job and you’re desperate for a way out.

If that's the case, an online business is what you want. 

With all the scams and schemes out there though, knowing how and where to get started the right way is what you need in order to get what you want.

Now, I'm going to give you a free step by step beginner's guide to making money online and you can get it by Clicking Here

But if you're just looking for a simple way to make some extra spending money, online survey and get-paid-to sites are good way to get started.

Sites like Survey Junkie will pay you for your opinion and Inbox Dollars offers rewards for doing things like watching videos, visiting websites and searching the web.

I hope my Paying Social Media Jobs review has been helpful. Please share any comments, questions, or experiences with Paying Social Media Jobs in the comments section below.

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10 thoughts on “Paying Social Media Jobs Review [2022] – Huge SCAM or Legit?”

  1. Ok I read all of this and have come to the conclusion that it is not for me! I just paid you $50.17 for a month but I would like a refund and to cancel my membership. Please see that this is done in the next 24 hours. Thank you.
    Cynthia Patton

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    • Hi Cynthia, thanks for reaching out. Unfortunately, we don’t have any association with Paying Social Media Jobs. This review is just a look inside and how it works. To request a refund, contact Clickbank Support. They will need your order to process a refund. Hope that helps.

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  2. Excellent story on the social media jobs. I answered a job posting on Facebook which I was surprised they don’t vet their advertisers + this company had a .RU (is Russia)?! I was shocked Zuckerberg is in with Russia scamming US what kind of greed Zuckerberg is perpetuating allowing the commies evil scam us?!I’m new to the workforce and was scammed out of my time/energy not$ As I was hired and immediately sent M.O. to me to pay others out of MY pocket while the M.O. made it thru my bank SO NO, I never paid anyone and told bank manager so they waived any fees cause the check came bank fraudulent. I wasted 10 days of my life but reported them and gave bad review for whatever it’s worth. I don’t want to make the same mistake again and still unemployed. 🙁
    PS. I don’t check the email below so go ahead and spam THAT too!

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  3. Hello fellow WA’er
    No need to post this comment. I just wanted to let you know that this was a great review. I was just in the process of researching this program to review it. I appreciate your hard work in exposing this ClickBank program.

    Skillit

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