Saturday, July 30, 2011

Online career package-A Scam !!


This site looks very similar to another scam(home wealth solution) site i recently covered.It has also got another page which is made  to look like a news story, in it a news channel 11 is covering a story about a single mom who randomly discovers a package which supposidly gives her the divine powers to beat recession,she says even though she has no computer skills she make 3000-4000$ a month which just "online career package" and her internet connection.As all scam sites do, they show proof of payments and  testimonials(in every testimonial the package is being acclaimed as the best thing ever).The site makes huge statements which no proof to back them up. At the end they have also got a comment section in which commenting by commoners like us is not possible.The page has a link which take  you to the actual site from where you can purchase the  product.This package is a scam,plz don't fall for it,earning money online is not as easy as they want you to believe and many legit online money making sites are free to sign up,join the one which interests you and start making money, good luck!


This  site should be ashamed of themselves they cant even come up with a idea of a scam themselves.(I am just saying it actually i don't know which one copied the other one or they both might even be from the scammer!!).         

New online career package
Home Wealth Solution
                                                                             
online career package



Update: online career package.com has been redesigned , new front page looks similar to the old one with some minor changes. Form asking for basic information is still there, on filling the form you are taken to another page where a 5 day trail is being offered for $1.95, a counter is also present showing that only 5 min are remaining in buying this package, BTW the counter will be refreshed when it reaches zero. After 5 days of purchasing online career package your credit card will be charged for $29.95 each month. Stay away from this website its still a scam, but now under a new skin

174 comments:

  1. I totally agree with this, I got suckered into it. Beware of the signup process, it will tell you there are limited places available and signup now. After getting through the initial screen, you are advised that you need to pay an initial small amt $1.95 to have your website created and prove you are a real person. Stupidly I went thru the process to sign up, yet after I entered my details, I was advised that all the places were filled and my credit card would not be charged -- WRONG !!! I had a charge come thru my card two days later from a group called MYMONTHLYWEBFEE.COM. I am currently in process of having this disputed to make sure no further monthly payments of $29.95 are deducted. Whatever you do, don't get sucked into this one !!!

    I'm not sure, but how do we report this site to prevent others being scammed ?

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    1. was the company UWC Corp ?

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  2. Really sorry to hear that, these scammers should be behind bars but they a disclaimer at the end which most of the time protects them from possible law suites. You can report them at http://www.ripoffreport.com/ and good luck in getting your money back.

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  3. I have always been very careful about this online business but this time around was unfortunate because a colleague sent their advert into my email box and did not verify their credibility before signing up because of the credibility of the friend. I was tricked into their program with little charges of $1.95 and $89.85, I thought this was an end to begin working from home, later after 3days another call came requesting me to participate in a business development program $1,445, $2,445 and $3,445 in order to direct huge traffics to my site which will bring serious buyers and which will bring money, this time I realized I was in the hand of scammers. I called my bank to cancel the payments but futile, I called mothlywebfee.com to refund my $91+ charged to my card but said they can not refund as they were optional products I purchased.
    Conclusively, please dont be a victim, they are scams.
    Follow this link to read how their advert reads:http://jobreportdaily.net/finance-journal/7dailyjob.html

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    1. Thanks to you & everyone else for sharing the truth! I nearly fell for the scam, but was suspicious because the article that popped up in front of me was about a single mum from my city and hurry, hurry offer ends tomorrow....

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    2. ya me too!! i nearly signed that up! OMG!!!

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    3. I just signed the package then heart feels uneasy so I check through career journal online and thanks god I found the truth and I after read about this ugly news , what should I do? Should I reported to my bank and stop the transaction of deducting money from my account? The Amazon. com had my credit card info.

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  4. I tried this 3 days ago at the request of a colleague who wanted to know if this way real, using a disposable credit card number with just 3 euro credit left, I have received calls since then telling me about development plans and expensive training plans for developing and marketing my site, since I am a freelance website developer I was already wise to this sort of scam, but I have to say they went very professional about it, another person would be easily swayed with this, and would be in trouble if using a real credit card.

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  5. I have also been caught out i think by these people. Please can anyone tell me how I go about getting this stopped from going out of my account?
    My bank at the moment dont seem to be able to do anything about it!!!

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    1. cancel ur credit card, b quick about it! ur card number is "floating" the moment, after u sign up, it is ready to be ripped through the system, tell ur dumb bank "you" just gave out all ur personal info and they "the Bank" should be looking forward to watching ur life go to KaKa,,, tell them to re-issue u a new card, once you have advised the bank of ur security problem they are obligated to correct the problem.
      All it takes is a name and address, or name and credit card, followed with your identiy and access to your hard earned money.
      We have alowed the banks and govenments to create a control system for money called credit and debit cards, fools... it's easyer to steal ur money when it's not cash in ur pocket, why would I break into ur home or rob you , when it's far safer for the criminals to work from home... er ah ya "somembody" is personally responsible for over 300+ break and enters before they were 19, but now thanks to the banks and credit system your money is really thier's.
      but truly there is no such thing as security in computing, if you know how to program with 1100010100100010101101110111110 one's and zero's then there is no security... This one time lesson is a gift
      ps the banks did not want you to know this...
      and your birth records are gold!
      OG

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    2. Hey thanks for this, and I almost fallen for this scam and entered information about me as well as my address, but did not follow through with any other information about my credit card, as I googled it and found this site. Shall I be concerned even if they do not have my credit card, but they do have my name is address.

      Thanks.

      Mel

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    3. hi, i have done the same thing as u. So anything happened after that?

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  6. If disputing a payment with your bank / credit card provider fails just say that you have lost your card. They will issue you with a new one with a new number.

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    1. Please be aware that simply cancelling your card and having it re-issued under a new number will not solve the problem. Any existing continuous card authorisations from the previous card will be automatically transferred to the new one. The bank WILL NOT cancel these kind of payments. Your only course of action is to report it to your bank as fraud but be aware also that they will only act if they believe it to be fraud, and or that they have continued to charge your account after you have taken provable steps to cancel your agreement. (From an ex bank employee)

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  7. After I entered my personal info, it said something like "the offer has expired, and no amount will be charged to your credit card". But then, i came across this review, and immediately called my bank and only to find out that there was an attempt to charge $1.95 to my card, however, it was blocked by the bank on the ground that it looked like a fraud.

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  8. all of you who had problems, do you have a phone number for them? I just introduced my card details and called the bank after reading your messages and they said to contact them by phone and tell them I do not want to proceed with the payments
    Thank you all for your comments. it has been really useful.

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    1. so all you did was to call the "Customer Support" number and tell them you did not want to proceed with the payments?

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    2. so u called the "Customer Support" numbers they give and told them you didnt want to continue with the payments?

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    3. so just call UWCcorp "Customer Support" number and tell them you want to discontinue the payment and thats all??

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  9. Waooooo, I was about to enter my details in that website! Many thanks!

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  10. The pieces of advice were handy!Thanks y'all...

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  11. I should have read this before signing up. Cancelled my account immediately after reading the comments. Will my account still be deducted $29.95 even though I have cancelled my account from the program? Thanks!

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  12. Melissa Johnson the girl featured on the ad does not exist in Brisbane Australia, please note that Brisbane's weathre is sub tropical and we do not have the trees and the autum leaves featured in the photo. The whole thing is a scam!

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    1. Melissa Johnson is also living in Twickenham in the UK, and neither she nor the foliage look convincingly local.

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    2. melissa johnson says shes from chorley and av grown up from round this area, done my reasearch asked every1, facebook etc no details found its not a big place reali, be careful with these websites

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    3. I have a similar report from a Melissa Johnsen, who lives in Oslo.

      "I actually make about €5,000-€6,000 a month working from home. It's enough to comfortably replace my old jobs' income, especially considering I only work about 15-18 hours a week from home."

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    4. No no.... apparently "Melissa Johnson" lives in Auckland, New Zealand! She gets around that girl....lol

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    5. HAHA you are all wrong. She resides here in Hamilton Ontario, Canada! What a joke..

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    6. for you they used the name Melissa Johnson..well, in singapore i saw that ad and was drawn to it...and they used the name melissa jung...my gosh! i did sign up but after reading that there'll be charges, i stopped and luckily i didn't enter my credit card number..the nxt morning, a man called and said that i was signing up halfway and he needed my credit card number and proceeded the sign up through the phone..he was so persistent that it kinda frightened me..glad tat i didnt join...

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    7. OMG, I just signed up yesterday and just saw today all your comments.
      I used my atm/debit card and was deducted US$1.95. Now in SG they changed the lady name in the article to "Nicole Singh"!!!. I will withdraw my cash and ask my bank to replace my ATM/debit card but ATM accnt number will be the same, only the debit card number will change.. will that works?

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    8. And in Denmark she is called Julie Hansen, but guess it is the same girl. When something sounds to good to be true, it just might be!!! A good rule to follow.

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    9. Funny thing... would you believe Melissa also lives in South Branch, Newfoundland Canada! Thanks everybody for your posts, to make everybody aware of what is going on out there!

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    10. I just saw ads while I am playing game with iphone.
      I was curious, so went to site and smell a rat..haha
      From the ad I saw, Melissa Johnson lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada lol

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    11. In fact, the scam web site detects your IP address and of course the city you are in, and then show you the add that says "Melissa Johnson lives in your city", it is a very smart trick to get innocent people trapped, and sign up immediately.

      Thanks everyone for your helpful comments here. I just saw the add saying that Melissa is living in Mississauga, ON, Canada "my own city".

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    12. I just saw that Melissa Johnson lives in south Deerfield, Mass. in my hometown, thank God there was research done on this scam, and how they place this person in your hometown or city to scam you into buying the product.

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    13. Melissa Johnson now lives in south Deerfield, Mass. What a scam.

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  13. I was just about to enter my card details, thanks for saving me.. however, i have entered my address, name and phone details, will this make me any trouble? will they now tart calling etc? Thanks

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  14. Oh... I should have read this before sign up. Stupid of me thinking this is another way to financial freedom.
    Thanks for the information. How can i stop now? I do not think they will entertain me after the credit card number was given.
    Sigh...from Singapore

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    1. omg me too i was just trying it out of curiosity after all what is $3 right? cos i saw the the newsanchor talking abt it and talk its prolly real. But somehow i didnt have a good feeling and research it and found these. God, they gonna suck 29.95 after 5 day every mth. how do u cancel ur payment?? i need to know urgently thanks. please email at tweepet@yahoo.com. and oh im a fellow singaporean as well.

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    2. Today 20-Mar-2012 0803 Singapore Time

      I was tempted when I saw the adv "Stay At Home Mum (Here is Melissa Jung) Makes S$10,000/Month" (http://www.careerjournalonline.com/newsupdate/workfromhome/trifu/0eu2lm77a/sg/)just last night.
      I already filled in the form with personal information & luckly I stopped when it came to second page that asking for payment... hmmm smell a rat here...
      Then this early morning, the guy named JR Reilly called, he's from Internet Solution Source company. Looks like real, sounds very very expert & confident too. Trying to get me to pay for $1.95 and ask me about the credit card info. Again God is good!
      I could say "NO" - I do not want to register/pay now & I need time to check.
      He also mentioned if I change my mind or need help, there's free tol no that can be called: +800 101 2542. And he called from this no: +1 (602) 772 5030.
      For anyone that need this information... feel free to use it.

      Nothing is free and easy in this world.
      May God bless you all!

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    3. this ponzy cheat will be caught very soon, nothing good will come out of this. I'm not cheated by this shit yet and I believe this son of a b.... is reading everyone comments. Let's all wish him a smooth and happy journey to jail !!

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  15. Call your bank and disrupt your payments. After the initial 1.95$ charge, mymonthlywebfee.com will keep charging. even if you have cancelled the program still contact your bank and have the payments disrupted and yes if you have given them your email and phone no then you will be spammed but no need to worry as Gmail, Hotmail are getting really good in identifying spam mails and will pull these kind of emails into the spam folder.

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  16. I was considering trying this. I had put in my name and done the availability check. It went to the next page asking for my card details and saying it would debit card $1.95 for the 5 day trial then $29.95 each month. It was at this point that I decided to googled onlinecareerpackage first and found this site. Obviously I will be going no further with it.

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    Melissa Johnson the girl featured on the ad does not exist in Brisbane Australia, please note that Brisbane's weathre is sub tropical and we do not have the trees and the autum leaves featured in the photo. The whole thing is a scam!

    True. I live in Liverpool, England and on the web page I am looking at it says she is from Liverpool. Obviously the website software is checking your location from your computer before it populates the webpage with the details of where the Melissa is from to make you feel more secure as part of the con.





    As far as the people who have given their card details are concerened. As one person has said, report you card as lost. The bank will cancel the card and issue you with a new one with a different number.

    Someone else said their bank told them to contact the company and tell them I do not want to proceed with the payments. When you reach page where you enter your card details it has the message at the bottom telling you about the $1.95 debit for the 5 day trial, the $29.95 each month and also saying you can cancel anytime by phoning them. See their message below including the phone number to cancel. If that fails just report you card lost and it will be candelled. Hope this helps.

    Just had a phone from them. About 20 mins after sending them my details. Luckily I did not send my card details.

    Bob from Liverpool, England


    FROM THEIR WEBSITE.
    To access your website, a nominal charge of $1.95 USD is needed for us to know that you are a real person. Upon payment, you'll receive instant access to your very own website for a 5-day trial-enrollment. After your trial-enrollment expires, in order to keep your website active and available on the internet, you agree that your card will be charged $29.95 per month for hosting and maintenance. There are no hidden fees and no long-term contracts. You may cancel anytime simply by calling our office toll-free at (0808) 234-2850.

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    1. Bob,

      Im staying in Singapore and the ad shows the name Melissa Jung from Singapore too. So shes everywhere!!!

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  17. Just to follow. As I said in previous post I received a phone call from them about 20 mins after I send me details. I told the person I thought it was a scam and that the same girl Melissa was from various different owns and he told me he had not seen the website. I aked "you have not seen your own companies website and he said yes" very doubtful. I asked him how many people worked for his company and he did not say. I told him he could be working out of his bedroom. He told me it was not a scam because he signs you up as an affiliate to Amazon and asked me "have you heard of Amazon". I told him I had and also told him about the people on this site who had been told there was no more places and no money would be taken from their account and it was. I then told him not to bother me any further. So there you have it. It is just another affiliate program. One of thousands.

    Bob from Liverpool, England.

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  18. Hi guys; we really should stop falling for these scams. You try to be careful but you always seem to slip up sometimes. I was just about to put my details in as well and then I thought; check some forums. Glad I did. These people are really good, beware.

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  19. Thanks for the info !

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  20. Hi, thanks for the heads up, I was tempted by this but had a nagging and thought I'd do some research, so glad I found this site.

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  21. My husband has just given me a printout of the advert saying"Get onto this as its deadline is tomorrow!" Am I glad I saw your page first!!!! But I have to say that I now believe that if it seems too good to be true, then it usually is a scam. Have a safe new year everyone.

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  22. Nice to know that this post is helping so many people and thank you everyone for your comments.

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  23. Thank you I was seriously considering to sign up to this but then decided to check it out first. Glad I did.

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  24. It's great this site is around to make people aware but seriously guys... how do people fall for this crap? Are people that naive? It is clearly absolute bullshit... Very worrying how easily people can be sucked in.

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    1. So true. My mantra is always 'if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is' Unfortunately so many people stuggling at the moment want to believe these things are legit.

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  25. hey, i felt into the trap stupidly and i want to cancel it. have anyone successfully cancel the account and bank disruption? do advise, thanks!

    from singapore

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  26. Hi folks was just looking at this careers package site and thought it looked dodgy....so googled it and up this page popped...Thanks..also other scams like email lotteries saying you have won millions of dollars but you have to send them about 1500 pounds first to activate your account! lol.......DONT.Paul. Yorks UK

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  27. Hi guys... Me too just signed up... How can i cancel it...
    Worry they will suck my money every month... Anyone can help...tq

    From Singapore...

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  28. Unfortunately most people of this planet are honest good citizens and these scumbags play on honest peoples honest intentions. if they operated in Saudi they would only get caught once and then good night Vienna, all they deserve

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  29. Hi Everyone. Glad to have read this post. I use a simple trick to scew telemarketers such as these who call me unsoloicited or who are trying to screw me. Remember, for them time is money. The trick is to keep them on the phone waiting for you as long as possible. Keep making excuses for them to hold: say thigs like 'hold on, i'll be right back'. Then come back in three to five minutes to see if they are still there. Most of the them will still be holding. If they are still holding, make another excuse to get them to hold for anothe five minutes, and so on.
    Remember, the longer you keep them holding, the lmore you are waisting their money, and the less opportunity they have to screw anyone else.
    If we all did this, maybe they will get frustrated enough and stop calling.

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    1. Spot on. I do it to all unsolicited calls. They are easy to detect instantly. There will be a gap before they speak and they will invariably get you name slightly wrong and never ask directly for a member of the household: it will be either/or or they will assume ie. Is mr or Mrs ... there? or... Is that Mr ... ? I also do same with the email scams... you know... I have $60 million dollars I need to get out the country... just keep replying with questions and sound enthusiastic until you get bored.

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  30. The guy that called me was Delon or Dillon something and I have their number on my mobile.. sounds good but yea, thankfully I read this blog before signing up. It's better I proceed on with my global e-commerce business than this kinda scam..

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  31. Ohhh, what I did was I told them my credit card was with my wife, which was true. And he insisted that I can try to get it by calling my wife at work when in fact, she's right beside me.

    My wife has always been the careful one about these kinda things.

    I told him I needa get off from the line with him as it's the only phone I have. Not true of course..

    And I had to send my wife to work and we were rushing late. They called at 8am. And when he called back, I was already hitting the road to send my wife to work.

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  32. THE REAL CULPRITS are the websites such as xe.com that post huge banner adverts advertising the Melissa Johnson scam (on my page she comes from Northampton, England).

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  33. thanks was just about to purchase this you so rite it is websites like xe . com advertising this that are the culprits . so glad i have not been caught .

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  34. How many Melissa Johnson-stay-at-home-mom-of-three-making-pots-of-money-on-internet do you think are there in the world? It seems like there is one around every corner, we've got ours here in Montreal too..lol
    Anyway, yesterday I went on their website and I figured out this is a scam when they asked for the credit card number so I closed the connection right away.
    Well, they didn't give up that easy, next morning I got an email from an "Anthony" person letting me know that he makes $30k a week by working only 15 hours and how stupid I would be if I would not take advantage of this super offer. Yeah, right!
    So I sent his e-mail to the junk box where it belongs!

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  35. For me she is from Stockport, England

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  36. On my page Melissa Johnson comes from Godalming UK, just happens to be the same town I live in!!!

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  37. I just signed up for it how do I cancell it?do i just cancell my bank account, will that stop money going out of my bank every month?xthankz guys x

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  38. No, you've all got it wrong ... Melissa Johnson lives in New Plymouth, NZ .... coincidence, coincidence ... LOL

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  39. Melissa Johnson- is from Liverpool !!!Shame that there is no honest work from home sites out there. This was very temping as i can out of work last Friday, after 20 years..

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  40. I bailed out at the last minute and glad I did. I filled in the form and when it went to the next page and showed a monthly payment, that set alarm bells ringing and I was asking myself that many questions I decided against it.

    A couple of minutes later I got a phone call from someone (didn't speak very good english)stating that it was a fab site and if I didn't like the goods on my Amazon page that they were going to set up for me I could change them and that I didn't need to go on it every day. They said it was too good an opportunity to miss and was ending that day (it is still coming up on the jobsite I log onto (jobrapido), so that sort of makes you think it must be real if it's on a job site.
    The caller practically demanded that I get my card and pay them over the phone. I simply told them I had lost my card and needed to end the call so could contact my bank. I wonder if they will call me back!!!

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  41. No! Melissa Johnson lives in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, England - a half-hour drive from my place. It must be true, as that's what my ad says.

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  42. This is fantastic. The site came as an advert on my work PC with the host network in Birmingham and Melissa Johnson lives in Birmingham UK on the advert. I wanted to sign up but didn’t want to use my work PC, so brought out my laptop and typed the website address and Good Lord, Melissa Johnson has relocated to Glasgow where I live.
    Became suspicious and went straight to Google and on top of the page is this website. Lucky me I tried using my laptop otherwise I would have become one of their cows, prime for milking.

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    1. i must say melissa is very volatile

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    2. I'm on post in Antartica...funny enough, she's from here also. Strange, as there's none here I know called Melissa! Not like we have anyone living full time here.... nobody!

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  43. You have all got it wrong. If you want to date Melissa Johnson, you will need to come down to Melbourne Australia. Say Hi to me when you are down here as I amazingly live in that town also.

    Thank goodness for sites like this. Saved me from making a real idiot of myself. The testimonials which are now obviously false are what started to erode my cynisism as the amounts earned were realistic. The big dollar promises are what have me running the other way.

    I was going to wait a couple of days and see if the offer was still ending tommorrow.

    That I have entered in my details makes me cringe at the phone call that I am likely to get.

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  44. Good LOrd, i was about to sign up also, i have putted my name and was about to fill all the details, im glad i called my husband first.. i am so stunned while talking to him that we should try this on line package.. when my husband is reading it.. dunno but he told me its a SCAM! so i google it to know if its really a scam.. glad to come up this page... thanks guys...

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  45. i was tempted too but refrained when i got to the part where there would be a monthly deduction from my credit card. anyway, was wondering if anyone out there know anything about the Cash 1234 System?

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  46. Cash 1234 system is also a scam. http://reviewblogofmoneymakingsites.blogspot.com/2011/10/cash1234-system-scam.html

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  47. i just entered in my personal details and began to have doubts, then i serched for the company on google and came across thsi page, thank god i never gave them my card details. thanks guys!
    i had a feeling this was too gud to be ture!
    saiqa from west midlands,birmingham x

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  48. Guess who i just bumped into ,yeah the lovely Mellissa Johnson ,she lives in Peterborough UK didn't you know ha ha ha

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  49. OnLine Career Package, doesn't the name ring alarm bells, as with most things in life, you don't get something for nothing. Hard work, dedication and commitment is how you earn money, not some get rich online scheme's.

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    1. Also i was reading what is the job, what do you have to do, whats the details of the job couldnt find anything luckily i didnt bother and melissa gets about abit dunt she?!!

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    2. do not apply to attheonestop.co do not enter any details i put in my name and address and on the next page backed out and they took £67 i think about 3 month l8r out of my bank and they said they have only just got my application form I didnt even enter my bank details. but it was a long process 4 sake of it but RBS helped and i got it back. :)

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  50. Apparently the lovely Melissa now lives in Birmingham. Obviously she is making a lot of money and buying houses everywhere.

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  51. Ah now she's in Manchester, no wait, I also found her in Belfast, Dublin and Isle of Wight. Wow, she like's spreading it around, no wonder she needs so much money.

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  52. damn it i fell into the trap i put in my details and card details i clicked next and went to a white page and had failed in the search bar on internet explorer does that mean my internet hiccuped to save my ass or are they still gonna take money off me i tryed phoning the number but i was 2nd in queue and have been on hold for like 10 minutes mine is melissa johnson from burry port can someone advise me on what to do ? shall i phone my bank or phone the company? gemma from wales uk.

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  53. Over this side of the world (Singapore), the featured stay-home mom is Melissa Jung. I caught this ad on Asenalmania.com. These legit websites should be ashamed of themselves for putting up these scams..

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  54. So glad I read this webpage before signing up to site and just for the record... Melissa is from Barry, Wales! :P

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  55. I had my doubts when I read the story. But I still went ahead and sign up, thinking that this could really be a god-send solution for me to increase my income. Plus it was only a nominal $1.95. Even when I read that after 5 days, there will be a monthly charge of $29.95 to my card, I was still thinking that the amount is acceptable if I can really make that much money from it. It was only when I could not access the link to login to my account after trying for many times, did I realise that something is not right. I went to Google it and found this website. After reading all the comments here, I called up my bank straightaway. While they cannot stop the payment of $1.95 as it has already been processed, they immediately blocked my account and offered to issue me with a new card and a new card number. The bank assured me that this will ensure that the merchant has no way to charge anymore payments to my card in future. I can only say that this is the first time I'm caught in such a scam and it will also be the last time... I will not believe such online money making stories anymore...

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  56. Thanks to all guy in the comments, I had block the transaction immediate after reading all the review above... Nearly scam by them.
    Initial I though the transaction had go thru (my bank give me a wrong information), when the lady called me, I mentioned verified thru bank the transaction had gone thru and asked her why she still called me for the information to fill up the form. Immediate after the last sentence, she hang up the phone and no way Me to get back to her. Luckily bank called wrong inform were given. Thank to God

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    1. Hey people. Wait til they ring you and then tell them the person they want is upstairs . Then leave them on the phone til they get bored and have to pay for the call. How do these people sleep at nite.

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  57. Hi all,

    Just a note, in Asia, she is Melissa Jung!

    Cheers!

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  58. Before you sign up for anything that says you can make easy money online, amke sure you spend some time reading the forums and comments from others who had bought their products. Almost 99.9% of them would end up being scammed! Do NOT believe anything they say cos' in the end, they will suck your money month after month! Indespicable cheap low living rats cheating money out of peoples' hard earned money!!! Shame on them!

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  59. Thanks for your comments! I was about to introduce my credit card details but just saved the hard earned money!

    Don't trap yourself into this scam!!!

    Cheers!

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  60. Thanks to everyone who posted comments here. I was nearly being lured into it too. I thought that Melissa Jung looks familiar...prob seen her in advertisments in some magazines...(from Singapore)

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  61. Just got scammed and paid the $1.95 and cancelled my account details, unfortunately no guarantee they won’t try to withdraw the $29.95 from the account. Feel like a total pleb! Stay clear and do research before you get conned!

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  62. Thanks was about to enter my CC details until i happened to come across this page.

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  63. Thanks for this site. I was about to put my credit card details then i suddenly decided to google to find out more information.

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  64. Some time ago I got caught up in one of these scams where an amount was debited monthly to my credit card. Initially the bank said they could do nothing about it, etc. So I told the bank I would close my account with immediate effect and pay off the closing balance. wow! Awesome! They suddenly became very helpful, and all has been satisfactory ever since

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  65. Whoa, apparently the girl is from singapore, melissa jung. Lol. This girl musta be living all over the world huh. Hahaha.

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  66. Well all I can say is that she's truely a Global citizen having homes in almost all continents, countries & states. They just called this morning just as someone earlier had mentioned, just before 8am. The joker on the line asked for the CC details and said that the conversation was being recorded & "we are a million dollar company so be assured that we are legit" YA right! When he kept asking for the CC details I told him that the CC belongs to my husband & I asked him to email the full company details & explain in that email as to how the entire procees works. The joker gave an excuse that it was not possible to keep sending emails to people who want this type of info. (Folks if all that don't send the warning bells off, then good luck to you)
    From my experience I never give my CC details & wait for them to call me so that I can make a quick assement of the caller & the company. 10 out 10 time I've been prove right. As I go by my gut feel & the first feel is always right. (SINGAPORE)

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  67. This is all very enlightening!! Thanks for this review as I was tempted but my suspicion got the better of me. I filled in the first part of the form (like an idiot) giving my email and phone number but decided against the rest. Minutes later I have 3 calls that I didn't take at the time.I dialled to find out the no of the unanswered call which was 6027725030, tried to dial back but it was not recognized. However took a call this evening from one of these smooth operators and told her I wanted to know more about how the scheme worked etc. but once I told her my CC wouldn't be valid she quickly cooled . . but said if I did set up an account with a new card to call them back on 1800 550 499. Have not tried to call back but if that no is of any use to anyone?

    It would be great if these scam schemes were exposed by official channels. incidentally the universal Melissa Johnson is a member of the Irish republic!

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  68. How about getting a proper Job?

    Just a thought......

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  69. I'm from Singapore... Melissa is a Chinese by the name Melissa Jung!! http://www.careerjournalonline.com/newsupdate/workfromhome/trifu/sg/
    Hahahaa.... So she's everywhere.

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    1. Actually Melissa Jung brought me to the site. I'm from Singapore too and the ad appeared on my Facebook and it looks so good to be true, so I searched for online career package scam and realised that this Melissa is actually everywhere with multiple identities. I'm wondering how they would allow such ads to be posted on social media like facebook. I guess I will have to find a proper job.

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  70. Do you think the site is also a scam? And the journalist Amanda Ong, does she even exist in singapore? :D The story is so good to be true. Currently the comment is already closed.

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  71. Thanks for ALL YOUR EXPERIENCES AND COMMENTS. Wise men learn from mistakes of others

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  72. Haha, Melissa is apparently also a Kiwi (New Zealander)... thanks for the heads up with this scam.

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  73. has any one spoken to any anti internet fraud agencys to have this site removed and or its owners prosicuted ?

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  74. I bet whoever contributed to the comment box must be the same person everywhere else too. I was almost fooled by it. What as seen in ST, Today and all. I don't recall seeing such things.

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  75. Hi everyone just seen Melissa Johnson lives in Carlow Ireland now..
    Thank goodness I checked this page out first, thought Melissa looked a bit too good to be true.

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  76. Holy s**t! They prompt that they already deduct $41.85 frm my debit card! The best part is that when i update my bank book, they charge $2.53 instead of $1.95 for activation, $12.95 instead of $9.95 for domain name & $38.91 instead of $29.95 for monthly web hosting so a total of $54.39!!!

    Just yesterday they asked me to purchase some kind of package which cost $500plus onwards as a marketing tool to get more internet trafic to my site and today before getting to know abt this, i decided to purchase it tomorrow. Lucky me i guess LUCK is still with me.

    Pls anyone.....what should i do next to prevent the scammer from emptying my acct!

    NING (SINGAPORE)

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  77. Me too..
    I just paid 1.95 for it, and when i access in, i find it abit funny, and i googled and found this blog. I should have googled first.
    I have just called the bank to check and they mentioned there is a outstanding 2.53 from this website and I terminate the card and transfer all funds out. SO that they are not able to deduct any more funds.
    Hopefully this way works.

    Singapore

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    1. I did the same thing too.. I even fill up a dispute form for the bank to investigate on this matter and if im lucky, i might be getting my money back..
      Btw, i also check with the bank regarding the amt they charge to my card. They said that $1.95 is in USD so after conversion to our currency its $2.53. Just sharing..

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    2. HI Ning,

      I just fall into the trap!!! F***... Can you tell me how did you tell the bank and how you manage to stop it??

      Singapore

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  78. I was looking around this websites also..i wanted to find a real one but my gut feeling just kept swaying me to not do it..
    #1 reason- Theirs just no such thing as making $500 in just a week doing online jobs.
    #2 reason-The only one who can actually make money online are ones who major on marketing and ones with knowledge with ads...etc.If youre not one of that then this online jobs is really not for you.
    #3 reason-when you actually look at the sites and read them one by one you will soon notice that they all have one in common" PAY FIRST " for some sort of formula of whatever ..blah blah..
    ++++++++++++++++++++++
    -Even though lifes a little stressing concerning bills..etc please be aware that theirs no easy way getting money..Even if you find a legit sites like survey filling whitch is free the money that you receive wont even reach $30 dollars unless you spend some for membership to get the little cash whitch is not worth it..
    -THE ONLY THINGS THAT ACTUALLY MAKES EXTRA CASH IS EBAY.
    SELL YOUR UNWANTED STUFF TO EBAY..CLOTHING OR WHATEVER IT IS IF THAT IS OK TO SELL.EVEN BROKEN LAPTOPS YOU CAN SELL THAT FOR PARTS..I SOLD MY KIDS OLD CLOTHES INSTEAD OF JUST GIVING IT AWAY..MADE ATLEAST 50 BUCKS OFF OF THAT.
    -SELL BROKEN JEWELRY
    -WHEN YOU SHOP FOR MAKE UPS OR SO ON BE SURE TO GET THE ONES WITH FREE STUFF THEN YOU CAN SELL THAT FREE STUFF..
    -IF YOU NEED TO LOAN FOR MONEY ONLINE..I ONLY TRUST ONE SITE."CASHNETUSA" IM VERY PLEASED WITH THEM..I GOT APPROVED FOR 650.BORROWED 300..I STILL HAVE 350 AVILABLE TO BORROW WHEN IM IN NEED.PAYING IT OFF EVERY 2 WEEKS..THE BEST LOANER ONLINE!!!I CAN EVEN ASK FOR EXTENDING MY PAYMENT WHEN I HAD TROUBLE PAYING IT FOR THAT WEEK..

    NE WAYS BE WISE ABOUT ONLINE OFFERS..IM TIRED OF TYPING GUDLUCK GAVE YOU GUYS ENOUGH ADVISE ABOUT MAKING LITTLE CASH..

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  79. I nearly signed up! Then I saw the payment to confirm I was real, started getting doubts. Then I saw the monthly payment and wondered why, if they were paying out like that they couldn't afford to fund the websites themselves. So then I checked using Copernic for this as a scam. Thank goodness I did!

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  80. hi ...I was about to sign up too..but luckily googled about it first..thanks everyone for your warnings ..the Melissa johnson here is from mississauga ,Canada ..true she is everywhere ..omnipresent .

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  81. PLEASE CONTINUE TO EXPOSE CHEATS LIKE THESE. They even advertise on Dictionary.com and made it look like a a news journal was interviewing them. Every single thing you click on in that journal website leads one to the same sales landing page. These people are simply out to cheat folks who are looking for an honest means to earn some extra money.

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  82. I am from Singapore. These unscrupulous person/s even advertised on Dictionary.com!
    The lady featured in the ad is a Melissa Jung. These cheats will come to no good end, one fine day.

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  83. When in doubt run the websites through the McAfee site advisor:

    Nothing good said about "onlinecareerpackage.com"
    http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/onlinecareerpackage.com/msgpage

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  84. Guys...I am the real Melissa Johnson :p

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  85. oopsididitagain79April 24, 2012 at 9:56 AM

    OMG!! I am so glad I googled these people before I gave them any info. I did wonder when I read it. At first I thought yeah that sounds great. I hate my job, my boss is awful and I need something new to do. Put my name etc in, but when it went onto the next page to get my money I thought, mmmmmm I had better see if there are any bad reviews on this. And hay-presto!!! A whole website on it. Ha ha. What a surprise. Another company using peoples misfortunate financial circumstances for their own. And still we never learn. Lol. Thanks so much whoever started this website up and found out about this awful scam.

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  86. I'm in Lower Hutt, Wellington. New Zealand and got lured by Melissa Johnson's testimony "stay at home mom making thousands, with a picture of her $8 000 check. I thought it would be great if I could meet her as she was right here in my valley, right??? That's the only reason I believed it.... false advertising.... UWC corp further lures inexperienced web users with names like Amazon and that's when you think you can't go wrong. Don't ever pay anyone to become an affiliate, or for a training package you can anyway get for FREE on the internet. There has to be a way they can be stopped as they must be super rich by now from false advertising, selling worthless training packages and affiliate programmes. Us, the victims powerlessly watching how they get richer!!!

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  87. Read about Melissa Johnson... the New Zealand one...she even gave a telephone interview and was on a news channel.. no wonder I believed she was legit..
    http://nzconservative.blogspot.co.nz/2011/12/melissa-johnson-and-easy-money.html

    Look where they got her photo from... a nice decent young mom, I thought I could trust someone like that...
    http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-4413753-mother-and-son.php

    False advertising in its crudest form...
    Don't let anyone ever ask you to pay to become an affiliate, when you can get it for free...
    Don't let anyone ever sell you "training", when you can get the same information on the internet for free!!
    I paid them 1000s of $ with the promise I can start earning money right away with being an affiliate of Amazon.

    This is all part of their scam!!!

    My site is just over 2 months old, I already had 14 000 visitors, not a penny commission...comments I get from my site are "the template you use looks as if it is a site from the nineties..."

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  88. phew! saw this after i keyed in the detail, called the bank, block the card will receive a new card in 3 days.
    Note: bank cannot block payment but you can ask to block the card they will replace a new card with different credit card number. thanks folks for the info.
    DON;T KNOW WHAT I WAS THINKING? THERE IS NO EASY WAY OF MAKING MONEY...!!!
    Chris from Singapore

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  89. Wow! thanks for the info..good thing I found this site before signing up to that scam site...this post has been very helpful

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  90. I am very thankful that I stump into this blog and found out SO MUCH MORE ABOUT THIS SCAM, on Melissa Jung.. I was very tempted to give it a try. Well, nothing comes so easy.

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  91. Melissa now lives in Kingston Nova Scotia...I think she must be into illegal activities if she's moving around so much. tsk tsk lol

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  92. It seems she also lives in Moncton, New Brunswick. I had my name typed in on that very first page before I read something odd in the fine print and Google searched for a scam.

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  93. Mellisa is living in Sydney atm..LOL..
    I got to the credit card part and had second thoughts Thank God ..um More like thank you for your information!

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  94. I saw another similar interview at this link http://singaporedailynews.com/finance/jobs-report/index.php?t202id=79486&t202kw=b1 and the interview content is almost the same as Melissa Jung and showing a copy of the cheque with the same cheque number and amount. Why are they doing this???

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    1. Somebody left the website opened for listing of files. see this site
      http://singaporedailynews.com/

      Apparently there are three scams running from the same site. Work from home, antiaging and weight loss...

      They make revenue from you by clicking on the advertisements. Tell a story, convice you and make you click (1c per click x many clicks=revenue).

      By the way, they protect themselves with the following disclaimer at the bottom of one of their pages:

      *The story depicted on this site and the person depicted in the story are not real. rather this story is based on the results that some people who have used these products have achieved. The results portrayed in the story and in the comments are illustrative and may not be the results that you achieve with these products. this page receives compensation for clicks on or purchase of products featured on this site. The depictions on this page are fictitious and indicitive of potential results. Actual results may vary.

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  95. Imagine you can easily to get some money from others without being easily tracked. They can get at least $1.95 + $29.95 from people, or more until the victims realize that they have been scammed.

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  96. Thank GOODNESS I googled it first. Was almost suckered into it. Thanks guys for saving my backside. I just looked at the site as they were advertising on facebook. And I was just about to phone my husband and ask him if I can do this on the credit card. Thank goodness I first googled it and found you guys. Thanks a million.

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  97. Well Mellisa is in dublin at the moment and i have just signed up for it a few hours ago..couldnt get my details in quick enough.I feel like such a t*t!!

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  98. I was about to enter my credit card details too... but I doubted it when I see the $29.95/mth... and I find it too good to get the few thousand in a month!! luckily I saw this forum. Thanks guys, you have just saved my life!!!

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  99. Shit! i just gave all my info and my credit card's as well!!! what do i do now!!!??? I just wanted to earn money because i am unemployed:-(

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  100. Filled the form until it was asking for my credit card information,a representant called today,he was trying to convince me to try the program for $1.95 a day.I told him it was a scam cause i saw some reviews about it,he stood there for a sec without knowing what to say.LOL

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  101. Just saved by this truth revealing info. I was about to fill in the detail form at the online career package, but luckly I typed it in Google first and found this page.

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  102. Here's your money people!


    onlinecareerpackage.com Registry Whois
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    Updated 1 second ago
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    Registered through: GoDaddy.com, LLC (http://www.godaddy.com)
    Domain Name: ONLINECAREERPACKAGE.COM
    Created on: 18-May-11
    Expires on: 18-May-14
    Last Updated on: 29-May-12

    Administrative Contact:
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    Leads Systems Tech Inc
    3320 W. Cheryl Dr
    B-240
    Phoeinx, AZ 85051
    United States
    +1.4802097440

    Technical Contact:
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    Leads Systems Tech Inc
    3320 W. Cheryl Dr
    B-240
    Phoeinx, AZ 85051
    United States
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    Domain servers in listed order:
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  103. I filled up my form and it shown payment approved. Then the next page tells me to select a 'package' to boost my website revenue. It was only till then that it dawn on me that this could be a scam. It was 2am this morning. I immediately went to google and came upon this website. Sigh. How did I become this stupid to believe in this...
    I just requested to cancel my website (?), I don't know if it cancels the whole account because I couldn't find an option for that. Then I called up my bank to terminate my card and asked for a new issuance as well. That costed me $5 for loss replacement. I also had my last transaction checked up and SGD$2.48 was deducted on 2am for a website. Ok. I still couldn't accept this foolish act of mine :(


    From Singapore

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  104. Most of us are sucked into it for one reason: We really want what it has to offer. Ever since the age of computers has come in, we were promised an easier lifestyle to which we could "sit around and let the computer work for us!" but, sadly, it is not to be yet. So these horrible people exploit our desires. Much like politicians. We all want the quick and easy way to make money! It would be great! Put in 15 hours a week, get back thousands a month! But instead we have to work 40-50 hours a week. Some are paid well, some aren't. I'm glad I read this! Cos now I'm going to enter my phone number. I really want them to call so I can really speak to them :)

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  105. If I have given them my details how can I cancel this?????

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  106. I got scam too...Luckly my bank blocked the transaction...the amt was $4k +...

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  107. It goes off whatever search engine you use. The same woman NOT just name but picture also, lives in; London, Liverpool, Birmingham, Nottingham, Glasgow, Newcastle and Belfast. Impressive isn't she. Absolute sloblox!
    AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE IT IS!

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  108. OMG! i received a call this morning around 8:30 and a second call around 11:30 from a guy named Sheldon Pitzer w/ an id#: 2406 of internetsolutionsource.com asking me to subscribe for that $1.95 and $29 something for the next month!! I was about to give my card number when i thought about online scams.. So i asked him to call me 10 mins later, before he could call me, i did researched if the sight is a scam or not and it prompted me here!!! Thanks to all of u.. Im am not gonna be a victim!!!
    caller #: +0016022476116

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  109. Melissa now resides in Chilliwack BC Canada - she does get around doesn't she! I usually am very cautious about sites like this but fell into the trap enough to give my name and residence details, but balked at the request for payment options and the fact there wasn't any information about anything to indicate what you were really signing yourself up to. I looked for the scam blogs right away and am very thankful for that. Many thanks for being there.

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  110. Thank you very much for the info and this blog. I almost given my credit card details to them, thank god I found this page. Now I only hope they don't bother me due to all my info they got and i wish people as many could manage to find this blog in order to avoid get con by them.

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  111. I signed up and checked it out. I realized then that it wasn't for me and I also learned that they were going to start charging my credit card each month so I quickly became scared and felt very stupid. BUT I did call the company and cancel my account with no problems. I was never charged anything. So I cannot say they scammed me.

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  112. Why I did not Google this before jumping on the Stupidity Bangwagon, I would not know.. Hopefully I won't see a charge of USD29.90 to my debit card when I check it later. Already donated USD1.95 *sheepish*. Does a Cancel Request help?

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  113. If that was truely a Singaporean mum in the picture, should report her in and have her investigated.

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  114. Why they charge me USD69.95 instead of USDS29.95? any idea?
    here is my bank transaction record.
    Transaction Date Description Amount
    14 Aug 2012 MY EWEB STORE HIGHLAND US USD69.95 S$89.74
    07 Aug 2012 E-BIZ LEARNING RESOURCES SAN FRANCISCOUS USD1.00 S$1.00

    David(Singapore)

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  115. Thanks for the info, luckily do not purchase even is $10

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  116. these cheapskates with their online buisiness schemes{ scams? } id rather stick to snail mail than waste my money.Lucky i dont get much money in my card so HA, HA, HA you big fat liars with your stupid, childish yellow-bellied scams. cheating good citizens out of their hard earned money... By the way, i signed up to these morons tonight and later read these exposures. To bad for "mellisa", i am getting a new card number tomorrow so she can't drain out the little money i have in my account..."SMIRK"

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  117. Man! Why didn't I read this blog before I stupidly gave away my card details?!? Rosie Garzs from Internet Solutions Source called earlier from Arizona. She has my contact details, address and confirmed I logged on to the "work from home" website but I didn't register. Thinking she's representing Amazon.com, Sony and Internet Solutions Source company, it sounds legit. At first, I was a bit reluctant to give my card details but she convinced me it's real, provided me with her DDI: 0800 451568, her extn: 2214 and Customer Support: 0800456224 details, which I can cancel my account any time. She was persistent and pushy at the end, so it got me thinking. My instinct tells me something is not right, so I immediately cancelled my card after the conversation with her. Hopefully I can get my USD$59.95 back in contrary to the USD$1.95 you guys have mentioned above. Also, to stop the monthly payments of USD$29.95. Many thanks to all your postings as it really helps wake my stupidity. :~( From NZ

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  118. you guys are to blame. The blog clearly states that they will charge you after you exceed the trial period. GOSH?

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  119. don’t sign up to them they are fake…all are fraud and want my bank details….OMG

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  120. hai guys i need money so is there any trusted websites please tell me urgent

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  121. Nearly got caught in this scam. Thank God for this blog. In Malaysia, she is Melissa Jung. Apparently, from Penang island, Malaysia. Thank you to all for posting this and you folks have saved many other potential victims.

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    1. Melissa Jung is now from Kuala Lumpur. Updated: 22 January 2013. Here's the link, http://www.careerjournalonline.com/newsupdate/workfromhome/trifu/0eu2lm77a/my/

      Its current website is www.homeincomepackage.com

      and communication address:

      iNet Squared Ltd
      Lace Market House
      Nottingham
      NG1 1HW
      United Kingdom
      +44 115 933 8310

      WHOIS information for homeincomepackage.com:***

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      =-=-=-=

      Registration Service Provided By: Namecheap.com
      Contact: support@namecheap.com
      Visit: http://namecheap.com

      Domain name: homeincomepackage.com

      Registrant Contact:
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      Fax:
      11400 W. Olympic Blvd. Suite 200
      Los Angeles, CA 90064
      US

      Administrative Contact:
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      +1.6613102107
      Fax: +1.6613102107
      11400 W. Olympic Blvd. Suite 200
      Los Angeles, CA 90064
      US

      Technical Contact:
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      WhoisGuard Protected (57a3653b19c0445aa8c205292d1049ed.protect@whoisguard.com)
      +1.6613102107
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      Los Angeles, CA 90064
      US

      Status: Locked

      Name Servers:
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      Creation date: 18 Feb 2011 15:59:00
      Expiration date: 18 Feb 2014 15:59:39

      Are they real or scam?

      Delete
  122. cheers guys, i got sucked into it and having being pressured to sign up got me thinking, however i provided my credit card details earlier but soon after blocked when the caller hung up on the call when i asked for 20 to go to the loo. Cancelled my card immediately. Agree, these guys should be celled.

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  123. they now changed to Free trial but still ask for credit card no.
    They should be put in jail.

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  124. How are people naive enough to actually believe these scams? If it sounds too good to be true, it almost certainly is. I'm sorry, but if they've managed to fool you with something this elementary, it's unethical, but fair play to them - you need to be smarter than that.

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  125. The image of 'Melissa' is available to buy on iStockPhoto site
    http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-4413753-mother-and-son.php

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  126. Melissa Johnson sure likes moving around the world to make her money. I just saw an ad from her and now she as changed her name to Theresa Andrews! Her photo can be bought by anyone, it's a stock photo. I feel sorry for anyone who falls for this shit. Anyone can make up anything and put it on a website, including fake testimonials.
    http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-4413753-mother-and-son.php

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  127. Hi everyone. I couldn't believe that Melissa Jung had been around since year 2000. I stumpled on this 'make-"big"-money' news in August2013. I nearly fell for this; I nearly signed up. Then I also saw a Malaysian (he claimed - didn't quite get his name;now I can't locate his video) & a S'porean -Sherman Chu? who also promoted some websites quick bucks. Mr Sherman 'sells' his tricks for S$67 to 1000 people. By the time i decided to give it a try, it has expired. S$67 rang a bell to an article I read above somewhere.(was 67 S.pounds)
    Just grateful that I hadn't acted on it, though my hubby warned me against it & I stubbornly had wanted to try it. I also read many similar ones - there's Timothy Alexander (USA) who showed off his yacht & super cars & others.
    Just wanna thank you all who have contributed your articles/experiences so others (dreamers like me) are warned/prevented from hurt.
    Thank you again, Little Star
    (S'pore)

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  128. i was about to be a victim thx you all for that info...

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  129. hey does cancelling my credit card or report loss and get the bank to re-issue a new card helps?

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    1. Call the credit card company and they will cancel your payment

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  130. hahahaha, for all of you I have an interesting thing, this is the URL

    http://www.careerjournalonline.com/newsupdate/workfromhome/trifu/0eu2lm77a2/sa/

    replace the last word i.e "sa" with "in", "pk", "uk" & other countries then check the result :D

    example : http://www.careerjournalonline.com/newsupdate/workfromhome/trifu/0eu2lm77a2/pk/
    http://www.careerjournalonline.com/newsupdate/workfromhome/trifu/0eu2lm77a2/in/
    http://www.careerjournalonline.com/newsupdate/workfromhome/trifu/0eu2lm77a2/uk/

    All webpages are designed accordingly :P brilliant scam.!!!
    but when you go on their website (http://www.careerjournalonline.com) you will find nothing.

    Stay safe, don't trust anyone online.

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