Social Sale Rep Review (2023) – Legit Online Job or Cruel SCAM?

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Welcome, and thanks for stopping by to read my Social Sale Rep Review.

You want more time, freedom, and money. I know the feeling, and you're certainly not alone. You want to live life your way, not how society says you should. 

With never-ending bills to pay and the cost of everything going up, it's not easy. Maybe you have debt weighing you down too.

Social Sale Rep claims it can help, but is it legit?

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In this review, I'll explain what Social Sale Rep is, how it works, and what it can do for you. I'll take you inside the member's area, reveal what's inside, and whether it's a scam.

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

  • What is Social Sale Rep?
  • Is Social Sale Rep Legit?
  • How Does Social Sale Rep Work?
  • Social Sale Rep's Course Structure, Details, and Job Database
  • Social Sale Rep's Cost and Refund Policy
  • Social Sale Rep Reviews and Complaints
  • What I Like and What I Don't Like About Social Sale Rep
  • Where Do You Go From Here?

Please note, I am not an affiliate for Social Sale Rep. This review has been researched inside Social Sale Rep (member's area) as well as 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 Social Sale Rep?

Social Sale Rep is a live chat training program and jobs database. Depending on how you discovered Social Sale Rep, your understanding might be that they find a job for you or hire you directly. 

That's not the case. 

You can earn as much as $25 – $35 per hour as they claim, but you must apply for these jobs as you would for any job. And the higher-paying jobs require experience, specific training, or a degree in some cases. 

As a result, there's some confusion about Social Sale Rep and what it is. And whether it's a scam.

Social Sale Rep is from the same creators as WriteAppReviews, PaidOnlineWritingJobs, and PayingSocialMediaJobs, all similar online platforms that show you how to make money online in various ways.

I bought Social Sale Rep so that you'll know exactly what it is and how it works. I will take you inside the member's area, review each module, and let you know what I think.

But first, here are some quick key takeaways…

Key Takeaways

  • Social Sale Rep is a program that offers curated job postings for remote live chat work and social media jobs.
  • The cost is $47 per month after a $1 three-day trial, and offers a 60-day money-back guarantee through the third-party platform it is sold on (Clickbank).
  • The program offers several upsells, including a VIP Lifetime Membership for $97 and sister products like PaidOnlineWritingJobs or WriteApp Reviews for $57 each.
  • Social Sale Rep does not guarantee employment and does NOT hire you directly. They instead provide a database of jobs found on platforms like Indeed and Linkedin.
  • The training provides some value but is not likely to give you an advantage over qualified candidates applying directly on job boards (like Indeed).
  • Social Sale Rep provides legitimate training and access to a current database of jobs, but is not entirely legit due to deceptive marketing that suggests you'll have a $25 – $ 30 per hour job waiting for you on the inside. This is misleading.
  • Courses only come in text format, which might not be helpful for everyone.
  • Similarly named products and older versions of Social Sale Rep appear in some reviews. Make sure when reading reviews they are referring to the 2023 version of Social Sale Rep.
  • User reviews of Social Sale Rep are mixed, with most being negative.

So, with that, you might be wondering if Social Sale Rep is worth it?

Let's start by diving deeper to discover if it's real…

Is Social Sale Rep Legit?

Like most online money-making programs, you probably think it's a scam and I can't blame you. That was my first impression too. My thought Social Sale Rep would be similar to known scams like JustEarn or Money Genie.

So, I was surprised to find out that Social Sale Rep is a legit program, sort of. A better description would be “partially legit”.

In other words, it might not be what you expect it to be (or what you want it to be). 

Let me explain…

There are three aspects to Social Sale Rep (for the purpose of this explanation). 

  1. The Social Sale Rep marketing and promotion campaign
  2. The Social Sale Rep program/course
  3. The Social Sale Rep live chat assistant jobs

The program and the jobs are real, and I'll go over both of those further below.

The marketing and promotion, however, are what I would call “optimistic.”

For example, if you've come to Social Sale Rep through their survey page (shown below), it says they'll find you the perfect online job in less than 5 minutes. 

Social Sale Rep Introduction

That's partly true. They will provide you with a list of remote job opportunities, but there's a catch…

… you must apply for them.

This is similar to another online job platform called ClickEarners.

There may be hundreds of other applicants applying for the same jobs, and many of them may be more qualified than you. So, although they may have found your perfect job, that doesn't mean it's yours. 

You may get hired immediately. However, you could also find yourself applying for dozens of positions, some of which pay significantly less than $25 per hour.

And you might not get a response.

Also, you are not hired directly by Social Sale Rep, nor are you a Social Sale Rep live chat assistant. The actual jobs are legit, but they are separate from the program. They are jobs found on various freelance platforms and job boards like Indeed, Upwork, and Simply Hired. 

So, if you get hired, you'll be working for another company unrelated to Social Sale Rep.

If that's not what you were expecting from Social Sale Rep, and you were looking for something simpler, survey sites like Survey Junkie and Inbox Dollars are an easier way to make money online.

Of course, remote jobs posted on job boards are likely to pay more, but surveys are a great way to earn a few bucks between jobs and also while waiting to get hired.

If what you want, is a bigger income, an online business may be what you want.

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

Back to Social Sale Rep, the course is also legit. It's not transformative, nor is it in-depth, in my opinion. And it won't give you an advantage over other job applicants with experience.

But you may find some value in it if you're unfamiliar with what live chat agents do.  

We also checked Social Sale Rep for malware and viruses and found none using our primary antivirus and malware tools.

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Social Sale Rep Virus and Malware Check (Updated 2023)

We ran a few more checks and initially got a suspicious result on Quttera, but on a second pass everything turned up clean. Here is a screenshot of that result…

Quttera Detailed Malware Report for Social Sale Rep
Source: Quttera

Having said that, we need to discuss some red flags. 

Red Flag #1 – Deceptive Marketing

As stated, Social Sales Rep is legit, however, the way the program and the jobs are marketed, on the other hand, are a little deceptive, in my opinion.

As I stated, there are no Social Sales Rep jobs waiting for you. 

They make it sound as though you're going to earn $30 an hour as a live chat agent, or $25 responding to Facebook comments, and that they'll guide you the entire way, but this simply not true.

Social Sales Rep themselves do not hire you. You have to find those jobs yourself on job boards like Indeed, Linkedin, etc. 

Red Flag #2 – Anonymous Ownership

If I had to point out another red flag, it's that the creators and owners of Social Sale Rep are completely anonymous.

That's their choice, of course, and there's nothing wrong with it. I know several people making money online who are anonymous and still honest and helpful.

So it's not a reason to call Social Sale Rep a scam.

It can be viewed as a red flag though, especially when it comes to making money online because you don't know who you're learning from. 

Do they, or have they made money using the same techniques and strategies that they teach? 

We don't know because we have no idea who they are. 

Red Flag #3 – No Customer Service Phone Number

They do have a form you can fill out for the helpdesk, but there is no Social Sales Rep customer service number. 

Again, this isn't a smoking gun or proof they are a scam, but combined with the fact that we have no idea who owns the program, it gives the program an abandoned feeling. Is there anyone really running it, updating, or there if you need them for real questions? 

Red Flag #4 – You Should Not Pay for a Job

I say this hesitantly, but I want to fair. I'm not calling Social Sales Rep a scam simply because it does provide legitimate training. 

However, I must come back to the job aspect, because even if there were Social Sales Rep chat jobs, you should never have to pay for a job.

The only exception is if you're being hired as an independenct contractor or freelancer, in which case you are often responsible for you own training and equipment costs. But that is not the case here. 

The way the program and the jobs are marketed, on the other hand, is a little deceptive, in my opinion. 

If I had to point out another red flag, it's that the creators and owners of Social Sale Rep are completely anonymous. 

That's their choice, of course, and there's nothing wrong with it. I know several people making money online who are anonymous and still honest and helpful. So it's not a reason to call Social Sale Rep a scam. 

It can be viewed as a red flag though, especially when it comes to making money online. 

So, these are a couple of the issues I have with the program, but it doesn't mean there's no value in it. It also doesn't mean you won't find it helpful or shouldn't try it. Even if it's just an introduction to online jobs that ultimately leads you in an entirely different direction.

How Does Social Sale Rep Work?

Social Sale Rep is not a step-by-step program. It doesn't hold your hand or get into the technical aspects of live chat. And as mentioned earlier, they don't hire you directly or get you a job. 

In this case, they provide you with some generalized live chat training and a database of job opportunities you can apply for. 

What Is a Social Sales Representative?

Social sales representatives typically use social media platforms and sites like YouTube for advertising and promoting their company's products or services. In addition, social sales reps may be responsible for content production, developing relationships, and managing ad campaigns. 

Some also network through social media by connecting with friends of friends (or friends of referring customers) and growing their network of potential buyers.  

One example of a business that uses social sales reps is car dealerships.

It seemed like yesterday when dealerships relied solely on foot traffic (which shows how old I am). But more and more people are coming to them today as online “window shoppers,” asking questions, requesting quotes, etc.

A social sales rep responds to these online inquiries and builds relationships with potential buyers. 

In some cases, they handle the vehicle sale from beginning to end. In others, they hand the customer off to an inside sales rep, and the commissions are shared. 

Despite its name, that isn't really what Social Sale Rep is about. It's about becoming a live chat assistant, it's not about becoming a social sales rep.

It's also not about getting paid on social media.

In some instances, social media selling may be the job you apply for, but that's not what is being taught. Sales reps are “sales” reps. They sell.

But Social Sale Rep does not teach you how to sell or be a good sales rep. It teaches you about live chat support.

A live chat support job is more likely to involve customer service and support than it does sales. 

Generally speaking, a sales rep job is more stressful than being a live chat assistant. And there are different kinds of sales reps; inside sales, outside sales, door-to-door sales, social sales, etc.

With that in mind, let's go through the Social Sale Rep training so that you know what's inside. 

Social Sale Rep Sign Up

Joining and signing up for Social Sale Rep is straightforward. You'll start by filling out the membership and payment form (shown below)…

Social Sale Rep Sign Up
Social Sale Rep Membership and Payment Form

Once registered, they'll send a confirmation link to your email address, and from there, you can set up your username, password, etc. 

One word of caution, make sure to use a different email/password combination when you register. This is extremely important for every account, whether Social Sale Rep or your email, bank, shopping sites, etc. 

All of those sites might treat your private information with care, but if any of them are ever hacked (and it happens often), your email/password combination may end up in the wrong hands, giving hackers access to your other accounts as well. 

How Social Sale Rep's Training is Structured

When you first log in, you'll see ‘Intro Course” in the top menu (shown below).

Social Sale Rep Intro Course
Source: Social Sale Rep

That brings you to the first three training modules:

  • Module 1: Win Your First Live Chat Job
  • Module 2: Give Yourself a Promotion
  • Module 3: Pull Down the Big Bucks
Social Sale Rep Intro Modules 1 - 3
Source: Social Sale Rep

Once you've completed those modules, return to your dashboard by clicking ‘Home' in the top menu.  

From your dashboard, you have the three main modules…

  • Step 1: Intro Course
  • Step 2: Main Training
  • Step 3: Job Database

There's a technical glitch here on the dashboard, it seems.

Each module (see Image below) currently links to the same courses page. 

Social Sale Rep Main Training Modules
Social Sale Rep Member's Area: Main Modules

It's not a big deal because all of the courses are in there, and you can access the job's database from the top menu, but it was a little disorienting at first. By the time you read this, it may be fixed. 

That's how the main modules are structured. The details of each course inside the modules are below… 

Social Sale Rep Intro Course Outline

Module 1: Win Your First Live Chat Job

This is your welcome and orientation training to get you up to speed. 

  • Lesson 1: Win Your First Live Chat Job – Introduction, congratulations, and how the training works.
  • Lesson 2: What Exactly is a Live Chat Job? – Overview of live chat jobs and systems.
  • Lesson 3: Beginner Live Chat Jobs: $20-$30/hr – Goes over beginner chat jobs such as customer service assistant and pre-chat sales.
  • Lesson 4: Test Your Knowledge Quiz
  • Lesson 5: Action Steps – There are a couple of suggested action steps in this lesson

Module 2: Give Yourself a Promotion

Module two goes over intermediate-level jobs.

  • Lesson 1: Give Yourself a Promotion – two-paragraph description of the previous module and a look forward to module 2.
  • Lesson 2: Intermediate Live Chat Jobs ($30-$40/hr) – Overview of intermediate-level chat jobs and being a subject matter expert.
  • Lesson 3: Acting as Deputy Team Leader – A brief description of being a deputy team leader when your team leader is unavailable and the steps to getting promoted.
  • Lesson 4: Test Your Knowledge Quiz
  • Lesson 5: Action Steps – Like Module 1, there are a couple suggested action steps in lesson 5.

Module 3: Pull Down the Big Bucks

This module goes into advanced-level chat jobs and being a team leader. For most people getting started, there is some interesting information here, but it probably won't be relevant to your job search. Most companies hiring for these higher-level jobs are looking for a year or more experience.

In other words, if you're qualified for the advanced jobs (or intermediate jobs for that matter), you don't need the course. 

  • Lesson 1: Pull Down the Big Bucks – a few paragraphs recapping previous modules and introducing module 3.
  • Lesson 2: Advanced Live Chat Jobs: $40 plus her hour – Discusses managing, hiring, and onboarding new agents.
  • Lesson 3: Managing Problem Customers – Brief lesson about going the extra mile, reporting to managers, and setting yourself up for advancement.
  • Lesson 4: Test Your Knowledge Quiz
  • Lesson 5: Action Steps – A couple of short tasks to do.

That concludes the intro course. 

Next up are the main courses…

The Social Sale Rep Main Course Outline

As I mentioned earlier, there seems to be a glitch where all main modules link to the same course page. There you'll find five training sections:   

  • Basic Live Chat Jobs Training
  • Advanced Live Chat Job Training
  • Chat Team Leader Training
  • High-Income Chat Jobs Training
  • How to Use the Chat Jobs Database
Social Sale Rep Training Sections
Social Sale Rep Training Sections

For the training section (Basic Live Chat Jobs Training), I'll go through each course, providing descriptions of each lesson so that you get an idea of what's inside the members' area.

Training Section 1: Basic Live Chat Jobs Training

Once you enter the Basic Live Chat Jobs Training portal, you'll find five courses. They are… 

  1. Live Chat Jobs 101
  2. Where to Find Live Chat Jobs
  3. Applying for Live Chat Jobs
  4. Getting Ready to Start
  5. Working As Part of a Team
Social Sale Rep Courses
Social Sale Rep Courses and Learning Objectives

Live Chat Jobs 101

  • Lesson 1: The Live Chat Explosion – This is more of an article than a lesson and talks about the live chat market. It mentions facts and figures like it's a market approaching a billion dollars, and 9% of websites are currently offering live chat. 
  • Lesson 2: Life as a Live Chat Agent – This lesson discusses what it's like to be a live chat agent working from home. It also goes into the tools you'll need for the job and how typical live chat systems work.
  • Lesson 3: Making Money with Live Chat Jobs – A overview of beginner, intermediate, and advanced live chat jobs.
  • Lesson 4: Who Is This Opportunity For? – Are you reliable? Can you speak English? Have you completed the basic training? These are some of the questions you'll find in lesson 4. 
  • Lesson 5: Succeeding as a Live Chat Agent – Discusses the benefits of working from home and being part of the remote work revolution.
  • Quiz


Where to Find Live Chat Jobs

  • Lesson 1: The Live Chat Jobs Database – Explains how Social Sale Rep searches the web and compiles lists of live chat agent job opportunities. 
  • Lesson 2: Finding Chat Jobs on Freelance Marketplaces – How to find chat jobs on freelance platforms such as Upwork, Fancy Hands, Cloudworkers.
  • Lesson 3: Top Chat Jobs with Top Companies – This lesson goes over some big companies that hire live chat workers, such as Apple and Amazon. Unfortunately, it doesn't detail how to get those jobs.
  • Lesson 4: Working with Live Chat Agencies – Similar to lesson 3, this lesson reviews various chat support agencies such as Accolade Support and Arise.
  • Lesson 5: More Opportunities For Finding Chat Jobs – Lesson 5 covers various other platforms to find live chat jobs like LinkedIn, Fiverr, and job boards like Indeed.
  • Quiz

Applying for Live Chat Jobs

  • Lesson 1: Standing Out from the Crowd – You'll get some basic information on how the top ten percent of workers (The Ten Percenters) get the best jobs.
  • Lesson 2: Winning Big by Being Professional – Expands on lesson 1 and discusses what's to come in the course regarding resumes and cover letter preparation. 
  • Lesson 3: Creating the Perfect Resume – Lesson 3 discusses resume structure and what to include on your resume. It's helpful information but not specific to live chat assistant and support jobs. If you've applied for a job before, I'm not sure you'll find anything new here.  
  • Lesson 4: Submitting Your Application – Lesson 4 focuses on your cover letter and the typical mistakes people make. But again, some good information, but it's not specific to live chat assistant and support jobs. 
  • Lesson 5: Rocking Your Online Interview – This is the longest lesson so far. Some of the things covered are conducting online interviews using Zoom, Google Meet, etc. The lesson goes over things you should do to make sure you can reconnect if there are technical difficulties. It also discusses location, lighting, and several other important things to remember when you're doing an interview.
  • Lesson 6: Success Tips and Tricks – In Lesson 6, you'll learn some more advanced tips to put yourself in the best position to land a job, for example, cleaning up your social media and a handful of other suggestions.
  • Quiz

Getting Ready to Start

  • Lesson 1: The Onboarding Process – This lesson discusses what an acceptance letter is what it should include. It also goes over what you need to set up your equipment and make sure it meets the required specification.
  • Lesson 2: Initial Training – Lesson 2 describes how live chat systems work, chat etiquette, and best practices. It also covers goals, company culture, and buddying up with a mentor.
  • Lesson 3: Your First Live Chats – In this lesson, you'll get an idea of what your first chats will be like, dealing with first-chat nerves and reaching out for help if you need it. Don't be afraid of making mistakes; everyone makes them.
  • Lesson 4: Reviews and Feedback – Some tips to help you get the most from your first employee review. Criticism should help you get better and not discourage you.
  • Lesson 5: Getting Your First Paycheck – If you've never worked from home before or done freelance work, getting paid is slightly different from a typical job. This lesson talks about setting up your payment methods, logging hours, etc.
  • Quiz

Working as Part of a Team

  • Lesson 1: Best Practices for Working Remotely – Working from home is different from working in an office or at a job site. This lesson covers topics like online meeting etiquette, keeping your work and personal life separate, and focusing on shared interests. 
  • Lesson 2: Top Team Technology – Remote working depends on the internet and tools such as chat software, video conferencing, and time-tracking tools, to name a few. This lesson provides a brief overview of these technologies along with others.  
  • Lesson 3: Stand Out from The Crowd – This is a short lesson about knowing your role within a team, being respectful, and dealing with conflict.
  • Lesson 4: Working From Home Successfully – Lesson 4 goes a little deeper into the habits and practices required to work at home successfully. As someone who works from home, I can verify the importance of things like nutrition and accountability for your own productivity.
  • Quiz

Training Section 2: Advanced Live Chat Jobs

In the previous section, I went over the structure and provided descriptions for each lesson within each course. 

I'll continue with the course outline below and, this time, provide an overview of each Social Sale Rep course (rather than each individual lesson). 

The advanced live chat jobs training section is split up into five courses:

  1. Live Chat Etiquette
  2. Effective Communication
  3. Dealing with Difficult Customers
  4. Becoming a Subject Matter Expert
  5. Multitasking and Multiple Client Work

Live Chat Etiquette

This course discusses live chat etiquette and how to become a top agent.  

A few of the topics you'll find in this course are the desirable and undesirable phrases to use, how customers influence reputation and expressing empathy.

  • Lesson 1: What is Live Chat Etiquette
  • Lesson 2: The Importance of Good Chat Etiquette
  • Lesson 3: Understanding Customer Psychology
  • Lesson 4: Best Practices for Great Chats
  • Lesson 5: Tips & Tactics
  • Quiz

Effective Communication

In the Social Sale Rep Effective Communication course, you'll learn some strategies and tactics that pro agents use to get the best results when chatting with website visitors and customers.

Some of what you'll find here include topics like problem-solution benefits, culture conflicts, and being aware of age groups when chatting.

  • Lesson 1: Understanding the Iceberg Principle
  • Lesson 2: Applying the KISS Formula
  • Lesson 3: Using Structured Explaining
  • Lesson 4: Emojis & Exclamations
  • Lesson 5: Beyond Live Chat
  • Quiz

Dealing with Difficult Customers

This course looks at ways to deal with challenging conversations and how to avoid unhappy outcomes.

Some examples of what you'll find here are discussions about refund requests and product quality problems.

  • Lesson 1: Minimizing Customer Friction
  • Lesson 2: Using the ECA Method
  • Lesson 3: Tips & Tactics
  • Lesson 4: Reviewing Your Performance
  • Lesson 5: Tricky Customer Templates
  • Quiz

Becoming a Subject Matter Expert

As the course title indicates, what you'll learn here are ways to increase your income by becoming an expert in a specific field.

Topics in this course include using online training courses to level up your skill and knowledge, becoming a specialist, and moving beyond live chat by preparing documentation, writing product descriptions, etc.

  • Lesson 1: What is an SME, and Why Should You Care?
  • Lesson 2: How to Become a Subject Matter Expert
  • Lesson 3: Succeeding in the SME Role
  • Lesson 4: Increasing Your SME Income
  • Lesson 5: Tips & Tricks for Subject Matter Experts
  • Quiz

Multitasking and Multiple Client Work

Social Sale Rep explains why multitasking is an essential skill for live chat support agents and how to do it. They also cover topics like getting proper sleep, using music effectively, and eliminating distractions, to name a few….

  • Lesson 1: Why and How Chat Agents Multitask
  • Lesson 2: How to Multitask Effectively
  • Lesson 3: The Challenge of Multitasking
  • Lesson 4: Tips to Improve Your MultiTasking Skills
  • Quiz

Training Section 3: Chat Team Leader Training

In this training module, you'll find three more courses. 

  1. The Team Leader Opportunity
  2. The Team Leader's Role in Action
  3. Working for a Live Chat Agency

The Team Leader Opportunity

You'll find more about senior chat team leaders and opportunities here. You will also get an overview of leadership topics such as accountability, leading by example, and encouraging self-development.

  • Lesson 1: Stepping Up to Team Leader
  • Lesson 2: What a Chat Team Leader Does
  • Lesson 3: Qualities of a Great Team Leader
  • Lesson 4: How to Inspire Your Team
  • Lesson 5: Quick Tips for Success
  • Quiz

The Team Leader Role in Action

The previous course discussed what a team leader's role is about. This course examines what they do.

Some team leader responsibilities discussed here are job postings, candidate interviews, and scheduling training.

  • Lesson 1: Recruiting New Agents
  • Lesson 2: Onboarding New Recruits
  • Lesson 3: Setting Key Performance Indicators
  • Lesson 4: Ranking Chat Agents
  • Lesson 5: Dealing with Problem Employees
  • Quiz

Working for a Live Chat Agency

This course goes more in-depth on live chat agencies, how they work, who they look for, and what they offer.

  • Lesson 1: What a Live Chat Agency Does
  • Lesson 2: How to Get Hired
  • Lesson 3: Working on Client Accounts
  • Lesson 4: Fulfilling Service Level Agreements
  • Lesson 5: Managing Client Expectations
  • Quiz

Training Section 4: High-Income Chat Jobs

The courses in this training module talk about higher-paying chat jobs, including…

  1. Voice Chat Jobs
  2. Video Chat Jobs
  3. Product Demo Chat Jobs
  4. Sales Chat Jobs

Voice Chat Jobs

This course discusses voice chat, what it involves, and how it's different than live chat. It also goes over the skills required, benefits to you and your customers, and tips like using their names.

  • Lesson 1: What is a Voice Chat Job?
  • Lesson 2: The Benefits of Voice Chat
  • Lesson 3: How to Excel at Voice Chat Work
  • Lesson 4: Providing Omnichannel Support
  • Lesson 5: Voice Chat Tips & Tricks
  • Quiz

Video Chat Jobs

Unlike voice chat, video chat gets more personal. This course looks at the unique requirements of video chat, from being aware of your surroundings and using proper angles to improving your internet speeds.

  • Lesson 1: What is a Video Chat Job?
  • Lesson 2: The Benefits of Video Chat
  • Lesson 3: How to Excel at Video Chat
  • Lesson 4: Video Chat Tips & Tricks
  • Quiz

Product Demo Chat Jobs

This is a relatively unknown chat support job. It explains what product demo chat jobs are and how to do them.

Some specific topics include focusing on a product's benefits rather than its features, discovering the “question behind the question,” and talking less – listening more.

  • Lesson 1: The ‘What' and ‘Why' of Product Demo Jobs
  • Lesson 2: How to Deliver the Perfect Product Demo
  • Lesson 3: Product Demo Mistakes to Avoid
  • Lesson 4: Tips & Tricks
  • Quiz

Sales Chat Jobs

In this course, you'll learn about the unique opportunity and income potential offered by sales chat jobs. A few of the topics discussed in this course include using social media for outreach, upselling, and cross-selling to increase your income.

  • Lesson 1: What is a Chat Sales Job?
  • Lesson 2: Why Chat Sales Works
  • Lesson 3: Live Chat Sales Strategies
  • Lesson 4: Tips & Tricks
  • Quiz

Training Section 5: How to Use The Chat Jobs Database

This training section jumps straight to the lessons rather than breaking the material into multiple courses.

Each lesson (except for lesson 1) is a step-by-step tutorial with screenshots on registering and finding jobs on various platforms.

  • Lesson 1: The Booming Jobs Markets
  • Lesson 2: Getting Started on Upwork
  • Lesson 3: Getting Started on ZipRecruiter
  • Lesson 4: Getting Started on Glassdoor
  • Lesson 5: Getting Started on Indeed
  • Lesson 6: Getting Started on LinkedIn
  • Lesson 7: Making the Most of the Jobs Database (Social Sale Rep Jobs Database)
  • Lesson 8: Tips, Tricks & Tactics

At this point, you'll be offered an upgrade for $97 to access the VIP Jobs Database. This is a little discouraging, in my opinion, because you probably thought you were getting access to the best jobs when you signed up. 

Unfortunately, it's an upgrade. 

Having reviewed hundreds of online money-making programs like Social Sale Rep, it wasn't surprising the thing you wanted most would be an upsell. But it's still disappointing.

If you're on a tight budget and not sure Social Sale Rep is for you at this time, as mentioned earlier, you can make money from home with online surveys such as Survey Junkie and Inbox Dollars.

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 young ones 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

Social Sale Rep Job Database

With your regular membership, the job database you can access is a curation of job opportunities from various job sites like Indeed and freelance platforms like Upwork and

It's tedious going to all of these platforms individually and searching for jobs (although it's also free). So, it's nice that Social Sale Rep consolidates them here and provides a filter to search between beginner, intermediate, and advanced jobs.

Social Sale Rep Jobs Filter
Social Sale Rep Jobs Filter: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Some of the beginner job postings do require experience and degrees.

The job postings were current though, so they are on top of finding new opportunities.

Of course, depending on when you're reading this, the jobs available to you through the platform will be different than the ones I found. 

Social Sale Rep Jobs Database Example
Source: Indeed

This is a great feature if you're searching for live chat jobs. But is it worth paying for when you can find these jobs yourself by searching individual platforms?

In my opinion, no. However, it might be worth it if you're working long hours, commuting, raising a family, etc., because it is a time-saver. 

Also, Social Sale Rep is a subscription product. Therefore, even if you find a job through their database, there's no real reason to continue with your subscription.

Social Sale Rep Cost

You can try Social Sale Rep for three days with their $1 trial. After that, however, you are automatically charged $47, which is a monthly payment. 

Social Sale Rep Trial and Monthly Cost
Social Sale Rep Trial Price and Recurring Payments

If you have a Social Sale Rep coupon code, the price will be discounted accordingly. 


Once you're inside the member's area, you'll get a one-time opportunity to upgrade to the VIP Lifetime Membership for $97.

Social Sale Rep Upsell VIP Lifetime
Social Sale Rep VIP Lifetime Membership Upsell

Further into the program, you'll be given one-time-offers to purchase sister products, PaidOnlineWritingJobs or WriteApp Reviews for $57 each.

Social Sale Rep Upsell Additional Offers
Social Sale Rep – Additional Offers

When you finally reach your dashboard, you'll see more optional upgrades (image below).

Social Sale Rep Upgrades
Social Sale Rep Upgrades

The upsells are not required and Social Sales Rep is not the most expensive course or program. But it's still an unplanned expense that you'll have to consider.

That shouldn't stop you from making money online.

You can earn money from survey sites like and ​​​​ 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

Social Sales Rep Customer Service

You can access the helpdesk by filling out a form, but as mentioned earlier, Social Sales Rep does not have a customer service phone number. 

Social Sale Rep Refund Policy

Social Sale Rep is sold through a third-party platform called Clickbank. Clickbank offers a 60-day-money-back-guarantee.  

It's been a while since I've requested a refund from Clickbank, but the process should be the same. Start by having your order number ready (you can find it on your receipt) because they'll ask you for it. Then visit Clickbank support, and start a Live Chat. 

Social Sale Rep Refund Clickbank Intructions
Source: ClickBank

They will ask you for the email you used to purchase (any Clickbank product) and your order number.

They'll pull up the order and process your refund with that information. Depending on the product vendor, the process can vary.

Some product vendors have strict conditions, while others have a no-questions-asked policy. 

I will be canceling my Social Sale Rep subscription, probably over the next few days, because it's not something I'll be using. But the process of canceling monthly payments is the same as requesting a refund. 

Social Sale Rep Reviews and Complaints

You may have read some Social Sale Rep reviews describing a different product.

A similarly named product may teach affiliate marketing, but that's not what this Social Sale Rep teaches. Or at least, that's not what it currently teaches. 

The method goes something like this (and there are variations)…

  • Give away a free eBook on social media sites (as an incentive to sign up for your email list, newsletter, etc.). 
  • Find affiliate products on marketplaces like Clickbank and JVZoo, and then promote them to your email subscribers. 
  • You earn an affiliate commission when someone buys one of these products using your affiliate link.  

That's a legitimate method of making money online, and it's effective. It may even be what Social Sale Rep used to teach. But that's not the program you'd be buying today. 

Old Version of Social Sale Rep 2017 - Spring 2021
Old Version of Social Sale Rep – Spring 2017 (Source: Archive.Org)

Above is the old version of Social Sale Rep which mainly stayed the same with minor changes from 2017 to early 2021. In late 2021 this site ( was redirected to the current version

And it also makes sense that there may be similarly named products because the term social sales rep is common. It's not only a product or a company. It's also a job title. As a result, it appears in the search engines even though it's unrelated to 

Differences and similarities aside, when reading reviews, be aware there may be products, companies, and articles with similar wording, but they may not be the same.

Therefore, some older reviews and complaints may not be relevant to this current version of Social Sale Rep. One on Reddit provides an accurate description of the product and their opinion of whether it's worth it.

As far as user reviews and complaints (about this 2023 version of Social Sale Rep), they are unfortunately not good, and they validate what I've already mentioned about things like finding your own jobs and the hourly rates not being what they claim.

Social Sale Rep Reviews Trustpilot

When I originally reviewed Social Sales Rep, this version was relatively new, so there were few relevant reviews on Trustpilot.

That's no longer the case. 

Social Sale Rep is currently scored 1.8 out of 5 stars, which comments such as…

  • “I checked out the company they were hiring for and the position I was to apply for was about $15 less an hour. And all the other hiring sites that that company used didn't have this job available. I figured it was a scam, glad I double checked before going through the trouble of applying.”
  • “I don't believe in jobs that make you pay to learn to start working…”
  • “Signed up, tried for curiosity, but the jobs can be found for free on Linkedin, jobsora and all those sites”

To be fair, I'll also share some positive Trustpilot comments, although I must admit, I'm skeptical…

  • “I recently started using and I am thoroughly impressed with the platform.”
  • “Despite the negative reviews, I had a profitable experience with it.”

Social Sale Rep Reviews Reddit

You won't find anything positive about Social Sale Rep on Reddit (at least none that I found), but to be fair, Redditors can be highly critical. That's not always helpful, but I think it is in this case.

One comment that stood out to me was one I mentioned earlier about not paying for a job. 

Social Sale Rep Reviews Reddit
Source: Reddit

What I Like About Social Sale Rep

  • Curated job postings with filters for easy searching.
  • Live chat assistants can work remotely
  • Three-day trial for $1 (although this offer may not always be available)
  • 60-day refund policy

What I Don't Like

  • Courses only come in text format. It would be helpful if they had video and audio options as well. 
  • Expensive for what you're getting, in my opinion.
  • No community or ongoing updates/events to make the subscription worthwhile. 
  • Some repetitive information in the training modules.
  • Deceptive advertising. Social Sale Rep isn't exactly what they claim it to be.

Social Sale Rep Alternatives

There are countless alternatives when it comes to making money online or from home. There are make-money programs like Write App Reviews, but there are also work-at-home jobs and side hustles.

For example, depending on where you live, simply buying products from thrift stores and selling them online can be a simpler and quicker way to make money from home.

As far as specific alternatives and ones that provide more in-depth training, a few worth looking into are…

Who is Social Sale Rep For?

Social Sale Rep is for beginners who are new to chat assistant work and need generalized training for a cost. The jobs database also streamlines the job search process.

It's not for someone on a tight budget, in my opinion. It provides value for someone with limited time, but not enough to justify the cost. There is nothing that can't be found for free online (including the jobs) and it won't give you an advantage over experienced job seekers familiar with this kind of work.

Where Do You Go From Here?

You want to make money from home. You may even need to make money from home, and I get it. I had a deep need to work from home too. 

However, I can't say for certain that Social Sale Rep will help. It provides some value if you're unfamiliar with live chat work, and the jobs database will save you a lot of time.

The challenge is that there's no guarantee you'll get hired. And, the course does not give you an advantage over candidates with live chat experience.  

With that said, if it's work you're interested in, I don't want to discourage you. Social Sale Rep is backed by Clickbank's 60-day refund policy, so it's something you can explore. 

If you find that you're applying for jobs and not getting hired, live chat work and social media jobs are not the only way 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 Social Sale Rep review has been helpful. Please share any comments, questions, or experiences with Social Sale Rep in the comments section below.

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24 thoughts on “Social Sale Rep Review (2023) – Legit Online Job or Cruel SCAM?”

  1. Hi Am Eraka Marvin from Kampala Uganda, East Africa.
    is ​​​​ worldwide or specific region cause are in particular countries.

    looking forward to your response

  2. Thank you for the very detailed and depth reviewed. It was very helpful. There is tons of scars nowadays that it is always best to check for reviews before signing up. Thanks again!!!

  3. Thank you for the in-depth review. I figured the site was a lie when after registration I discovered they were more about making money through membership subscriptions than actually getting members the jobs advertised. Also, the fact that they presented some purely white folks as Nigerians who are earning big Live Chat Assistants was a red flag to me. The tone of their advertisement came off like a scam site and i completely lost interest. I won’t be visiting their site any longer.

  4. I appreciate your efforts making this detailed review it highlights almost every thing in positive and negative as well in my personal opinion it’s neutral review which may be very helpful for the persons like me who want to know how the program of social sale rep is designed.Thanks alot

  5. Signed up recently. It is not what I was looking definitely requesting my money back.
    When you apply for the jobs you still have to pay in each one even though you paid Social Sale no ways

  6. Very helpful! I was going to sign up and thought I better check out what others are saying before I do! Thank you for taking one for the team on this one!

  7. Thank you, this was very helpful and provided a lot of insight into what they are offering. Definitely, not what I am looking for.i will stay with the conventional job search engines that I am currently using.

  8. these site if you will describe it in 3 big letter is just so easy its LIE… i dont wanna exert to much nerves on this people here look professional outside, speak professsional but they are none sense people and another big L to describe bunch of Looser..

  9. I do clickbank affiliate, I recently purchased it, testing if it’s good product to market. Now I’m going to cancel subscription.
    Very well diagnosed and helpfull review. appreciate your time and review.

  10. I am getting my money back. I feel like it’s not worth what they’re charging for it. Admire their hustle but it’s not giving what they marketed.

    • this info is very thorough thank you for this. However, I disagree that it is not a scam. everything about it screams scam.

      For anyone who reads this comment- it is a scam 🙂