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1 OH, United States Review updated:
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They have sent out a fake (look-a-like) newspaper article with a headline in Bold "Will work at home jobs save us from the Reccession". It is not part of a real newspsper. It has no newpaper name just the state and a date. It also says as seen on abc cbs and other tv station which they have not been on. It is very deceptive. It is a scam!

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  • Ne
      24th of Feb, 2010
    0 Votes

    Thank you so much for posting your complaint online!! It helped me a lot. I just opened my mail and recieved the same scam you listed here about the fake newspaper article with the same headlines. I am so grateful to you for warning others about this fraudulant act. It is so sad that although we are in a recession there are some people out there trying to rip others off. Thanks a million!!!

  • Dc
      27th of Feb, 2010
    0 Votes

    I received the same fake newspaper. Thank you for the warning. The people who put this together should rot in Hell.

  • Cu
      1st of Mar, 2010
    0 Votes

    We are Customer Support for Home Job Placement. If anyone has any questions / concerns about our program please don't hesitate to contact us by phone or email 1-866-261-5415 M-F 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or to meet your needs.

    Thank You,
    Customer Support

  • Se
      14th of Mar, 2010
    0 Votes

    UHG!! The little twit Jennifer... Sent me the same article and attached a yellow post-it to the FAKE newspaper from Ohio and signed it.." - J "

    I assumed a friend of mine by the name of Jammie sent it to me, because there was no return address on the envelope, and she sometimes signs her emails the same way...
    "Quote on Quote" With a single uppercase *J* !!!

    How utterly frustrating and horrid this all is, and to believe IF I had the money, I would have invested into the Job Placement Program!!

    Thank Merlins Beard that I scanned through other links and found this one here... So thanks for the heads up on this one... And I share and agree with the above statments. (In exception for the so called Customer Supporter)...

    SHAME SHAME one them all... May Karma bite your ###, and knock you flat on your face until your flat ### broke!!

  • Cu
      29th of Mar, 2010
    -1 Votes

    We are following up our previous post to ensure that any outstanding issues / questions have been addressed. Please refer to our first post for contact information as needed.

    Thank You,
    Customer Support

  • Ju
      1st of Apr, 2010
    +2 Votes

    Any time you have to pay to work online it iss aa SCAM beware if people is not careful they will be taken for a ride

  • Ju
      1st of Apr, 2010
    +1 Votes

    Just yeaterday i received one in the mail and so funny there never is an address, hope people is reading these testimonials and don't get scam

  • No
      28th of May, 2010
    +2 Votes

    I got one before (around the same time) that also looked like a news article saying it interviewed this person who made so much money .. in my very own city! Woohoo!! The thing is .. if you look at it from a different city .. it will say their city! .. interesting ...

    Same with the news paper article always has a date and says expires by that date .. and the date is always the very next day ... again if it is looked at a week later .. same thing .. (date changed to the very next day).

    Done with scripts. Site is manipulated and they make you rush before thinking it through because "you only have one day left!" .. oh no! Better hurry to get scammed!! Everyone LOVES to get scammed!

    They also have a lot of redirects and also depending on where you are visiting from will get a different result .. also same for search engines .. they see something completely different so they think the site is legit when it is not!

  • No
      28th of May, 2010
    +2 Votes

    Here are a few others that look like news reports but are tooting about the make money at home .. all the comments are similar no?

  • St
      12th of Jul, 2010
    +2 Votes

    Jennifer Johnson home job placement scam aka Elizabeth Jackson work at home scam aka Home Job Placement scam aka AUCTION LISTING EMPLOYMENT AGENCY SCAM

    is promoted by:

    Ryan Eagle and Harrison Gervitz
    Eagle Web Assets / EWA Network
    Phone: 847 630 1550

    EMail: Ryan Eagle
    Tom Eagle

    Address: Eagle Web Assets Inc.
    207 Willow Parkway
    Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
    United States of America

    AIM: nXo
    SKYPE: EagleWebAssets

    EWA Network
    Phone: 805.680.8449.
    Office: Eagle Web Assets Inc. 9933 Lawler, Suite 355. Skokie, IL 60077

    Ryan Eagle on Facebook:

    Harrison Gervitz on Facebook:

    Proof that they are promoting this Home Job Placement scam:, -CA, -UK, -AU)-Affiliate-Program.php

    Where to complain:

    The Internet Crime Department of the FBI.
    Complaints can be filed online

    The FTC - you can file a complaint online at:

    or by phone:

    If you are in the United States you should also file a complaint with the Attorney General of your state:

  • Gr
      21st of Jul, 2010
    +1 Votes

    This is definitely a scam. I paid over $200.I tried to call their support and their other number for a start up specialist and when i call a recorded voice says" goodbye" I am unemployed and just lost my unemployment.I was hoping to have an online job to fall back on, especially when i paid $200.

  • Lo
      13th of Sep, 2015
    0 Votes

    so does anyone know any real work at home jobs?

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