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All Star Bloggers Network Scam

Ad posted on Craigslist (I have also reported them to Craigslist) claims they are looking for writers and bloggers. They make the job seem really promising stating that you would make a decent paycheck of $300-$500 a week.

The ad is as listed:

Are you a journalist or a columnist? Are you a Blogger or a message board junkie? Are you a true sports fan? Do you Love movies?

If you answer yes to any of these questions, you can write for the All Star Bloggers network. Your columns will be seen by literally thousands of sports fans around this great state and around the world. We also have partnered with several media websites.

Not a big sports fan? That's okay to we have a department that just handles New Movie reviews.

Your work will be reviewed by a professional copy editing staff and will provide you with guidance to become a better writer. We will provide your columns with any images or videos needed.

If you love sports or movies and you love to write, you will have fun being a writer for The All Star Bloggers Network.

We pay between $300 & $500 a week. Your Pay is determined by the quality and consistency of your work.

Please call [protected] to request a phone interview. Be sure to tell us a little bit about yourself and why you would be an asset to our company.

If you see this as RUN FAR AWAY. They ask you for an upfront fee of at least $40.
When I ask them "Why? I thought this was a job opportunity, " they couldn't be clear. All they said was that the money goes towards a computer for me and internet access.

When I claimed I already have the two...the man then added that the money is to start a website. Instant suspicion kicked in.

None of this seemed to make sense or seem accurate in the least bit.
First of all why should I have to get a job?
Secondly, their reasoning was illogical. I already have internet access and my own computer. Websites don't cost $40 nor does a new computer and internet access.

Not to mention, why should I have to pay for any of the above when I already have it?

Also the guy seemed testy and anxious and was pressing me a bit for the money.

This company is absolutely not legit in my eyes.
I wouldn't trust it.

If you have been scammed by them (or if you have had a similar experience with this company) please share your story so that others may be aware.


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Mark Brisbane
Melbourne, AU
Jun 16, 2015 4:17 pm EDT
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Totally agree...they rip people off Big Time, thousandsof dollars, claiming to help you with a blogging website and to make you money. I have been taken for a ride after spending many, many hours on my website and making NO money. So stay away from All Star Bloggers Network and International Bloggers Network...they are one and the same.

Russ Jackson
Phoenix, US
Mar 20, 2015 7:29 pm EDT
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Something odd is going on here. I used to work for All Star Bloggers Network and I can tell you without a shred of doubt that if the boss had even the slightest idea one of the guys was talking to a customer or potential customer the way it was described, that salesman would have been out the door with the bosses boot buried up his ###! And I never heard of anyone named "Jack" but I am going to contact the owner and let him know about this. I see that most of the comments are actually on some other older company which makes sense because ASBN doesn't sell anything for 39 or 40 bucks. 400 maybe if there is a special going at the time but not 40. They don't hire people to blog, they set up blog sites and assist in the monetization and optimization of the site so the blogger has an opportunity to make money which is totally doable. FYI, I wasn't a salesman, I was the web developer for them and I spoke to every new customer that came on board, set up their site the way they wanted it and showed them how to use the tools and features so they could run an effective blog. The only shortcoming from the sales force is that they just don't stress enough what is required to be successful. It takes work. But a rip-off? Not a chance! Whoever runs this site needs to pay attention and separate out the different companies. This is piss-poor comment moderation to just lump the current company to whoever that was before 2014.

Jasmin and Wolf
Willow Vale, AU
Sep 27, 2014 6:19 am EDT

I was contacted by All Star Bloggers network today and missed the call. So I rang back not knowing who I was returning the call to. It was my money I was spending long distance to call them back. After speaking with an older guy who called himself Jack for about 20 mins he then asked me for $695 and what credit card did I want to put that on. When I said I want to look at their website first and do some research he didnt like it and insisted on sending me a email. I asked him to send the email and call back in a couple hours time.
After doing some research on the company I wasnt impressed. When he rang me back I was polite and said my husband can build websites and help me do all this, so Im not interested thankyou.
The guy just let it rip with swearing and abuse, saying he had spent all this f--king time with me and that I waisted his time etc etc . Then he slammed the phone downbefore I could reply. I was going to remind him I had paid for the call but didnt get a chance. As soon as this guy couldnt get my money he turned into the devil. BEWARE THESE PEOPLE ARE CONS. What sort of business speaks to potential customers like that! Wow its full on. Take care everyone, there are a lot of desperate people out there that will say anything to you to get money etc off you. You've worked hard for it, keep it safe and do your due diligence.

Redland BAy, AU
Jul 16, 2014 10:13 pm EDT

These postings and this article about All Star Bloggers is not about the current all Star Bloggers
If you look at the date of these postings they posted in 2012
which this company was not in Business then, It only Started in 2014 I am adding
An Article which i posted on my blog which may explain
how good and Honest they are I am making big money from my site
Then click on the All Star Bloggers Display to your Right I found them to be Proffesionals
Active and Positive and the Best in their Field Of, Marketing Nothing is Too much Trouble
for them to Achieve the Message you wish to Communicate So if you You Want To Have
a Professional Blog Like Mine Get In Touch With
Here is the link to my site click on it and see what a great job the Current

, US
Oct 22, 2012 12:39 pm EDT

I was contacted by a Joshua Wilson to blog on ANY topic. I was given a long story about how I would receive intensive training from their coaches to make the website successful. My understanding was that All Star Bloggers' a.k.a Absolute Marketing based in Arizona, has clients who advertise on their bloggers' sites including Dish Network. So for every click on an advertisement, the client would pay the blogger/owner of that particular website a fee, which sounds like a good idea if it were true...

From the posts above, it seems All Star Bloggers' "alleged topic area" is sports; I mentioned my interest in travel/culture/arts which I now perceive, is definitely not their supposed forte. However, that did not deter them from charging $199.00 to my credit card (the actual fee was $ 399 or $79 a month). Believe it or not they sent me a contract to sign for my fees (for their services including hosting) for 3 years. In retrospect, it was sent through a third party thus I am unable to contact them via e-mail. I tried to phone back but I am sure you can guess the line seems to be engaged all the time; the area code suggests the state of Washington. I was referred to the "Online Business Bureau" during the transaction, which recommended them, however afterwards I checked BBB which referred to their business as "work from home solutions"; they were not recommended by "Old Faithful" surprise there . The number provided by BBB goes straight to an answering service. Do all the messages may go into a big black hole or do the employees play it back as some kind of entertainment after hours of scamming innocent people from their livelihood.

I wonder how such people sleep at night; do they have a conscience? I guess not. "The LOVE of money is the root of evil" Money is not evil, however if we love it more than our fellow neighbor and being honest, then we go down the path of becoming heartless, soulless and doing anything, telling stories to make a quick buck. I guess the same greed contributed to the credit crunch. Enough not be gullible like me and fall for their gimmicks. Remember, if someone cannot give you at least 24 hours to think about parting with your money it's most probably not worth buying!

Pewaukee, US
Mar 26, 2012 2:25 pm EDT

I was recently contacted today by a Lawrence Murphy he said his name was from the same company. After listening to him for a hour of my time he said it was just 39.90 for 10 months to give you live training certified internet markers unlimited support, hosting and a website. When I said are there anymore charges he said no then he went on about how he would throw in a 100.00 worth of marketing with it...I then said ohhhh there is another charge so your now saying it doesn't include marketing, He said well not but you can spend as much or as little as you want depending on the money you want to make. He was very insistent on getting my credit card information which i would not give him. We hung up and hes called me back three times today and I wont answer ...its FOR-SURE a scam I have had dealings of this kind in the past.

Michael Xavier
Brooklyn, US
Mar 14, 2012 1:53 pm EDT

Totally agree with above post. Why would I pay $300 a year for an ugly WordPress website that would give me the "potential to make thousands?" I can make my own website on WordPress for free and make it look a heck of a lot better than this or this or this ?

1996 called and says your design is awful.

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