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Job.com Affiliate ProgramJob.com Affiliate Program is a SCAM!

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Job.com runs an affiliate program through CJ.com.

They pay .50 to $1 per lead that you send them through their website.

Now, what happens is this. They will accept about anyone into their Affiliate Program through CJ.com.

However when it gets close to pay day they will mark ALL of your leads as "Unqualified Leads" and not pay you for any of your commissions.

And, according to the CJ.com terms, their Advertiser (Job.com) can mark any leads they want as Unqualified Leads if they are in-fact Unqualified Leads.

However, they will mark ALL of your leads as Unqualifed Leads regardless if they are Unqualified or not. They won't do this to every publisher, as to not bring up suspicion with CJ.com however, chances are they will target you especially if you are a new publisher with them and do over $1, 000 a month in earnings like they got me for. If you bring it up with CJ.com and ask them to investigate, they will tell CJ that they have received hundreds of complaints against you and they will forward over "complaint documents" that they have cooked up to make you look like the guilty party. And CJ.com makes a lot more money by keeping them as an advertiser than they do by paying out their Publishers when a question comes up, so they will do nothing.

I started Googling around and apparently a lot of people are getting burned because of this Unqualified Lead business with them. So, it's not just me. It's a big scam operation that they are running over there, and CJ.com isn't being proactive about stopping them.

********Email me at "[protected]@gmail.com" if you want more info. I hope they Corporate steal from the poor a-holes get shut down for good and locked up behind bars fro stealing from small-time publishers like this.

********If anyone else has been scammed by Job.com please contact your local district attorney and insist that they look into this. You must file a police report in the home town of Job.com, which you can find via http://whois.domaintools.com/job.com ---- If nothing else works then have a lawyer subpoena CJ.com for Job.com records and file a lawsuit against CJ.com & Job.com for damages.

Responses

  • L
      Mar 09, 2010

    I also think that job.com is a scam itself. I don't think they have any actual jobs. It appears they collect your personal information to then sell it to schools to use for marketing purposes. After applying for several jobs on job.com, my son's cell phone starting ringing off the hook from schools trying to entice him to enroll. He got several calls from someone claiming to be from a recruiter or an employer (very vague) saying that they had the qualifications to be considered for the job, but, in the meantime, wanted to dicuss educational opportunities. The positions that are posted by job.com all seem to have hourly wages over and above market rate, so I skeptical that they have any legitimate jobs.

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  • R
      Mar 09, 2010

    I agree that job.com is a scam. I have just given them all my information and it will not let me apply for the job they listed. I keep getting a response that I need to "finish registering"--which I have. job.com is full of advertisements and garbage.

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  • R
      Mar 09, 2010

    it also says in the privacy statement that they do give out all our contact details to their "partners"

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