Name: Home Job Placement by “Kelly Simmons”.
Overall Rating: 0 out of 10 stars.
Warning: This is the deepest review I’ve ever had to do, but I’m going to prove that this program, IS a scam, has been renamed after a previous one.
I’m also going to show that the program it was renamed after it was also a scam and how all of these programs are interconnected to one another to keep fooling people constantly.
And finally, and possibly most importantly I will show you an alternative program that DOES work and is legit. And frankly, if you just want the spoiler, this is that program.
Home Job Placement in a nutshell:
Another copied/pasted site that probably sells training no making money online that probably won’t help you actually do it.
The first program I though this program was renamed after was Home Job Source. I mean if you look at the way the picture looks here, they do look alike. I did a screenshot comparison, so you tell me:
How this program is connected to at least 2 other scam programs:
I’ve gotten into the habit of always trying to buy these programs. It’s true that if I’m not happy with the purchase (which always happens) it’s a pain to dispute charges and get refunds, although I will admit, that on at least 2 occasions, these same scam websites have refunded me my money without a problem.
Anyway, to explain how Home Job Placement has at least 2 other associations (and possibly even more), I have to give you one very specific example of what I uncovered:
One time, I was trying to purchase Home Job Source which as you already know is in some way a duplicate of this program, only to find out, I couldn’t. I kept getting a message saying I had already purchased it and I figured out I was in the records of that company for probably buying another one of their programs and again this was probably all connected to the same network.
Say we have one company which has 5 websites, A-E, every site looks the same, with only the name of it being different. So if I were to buy A, then see there was a B-E site, try to buy one or more of those, they probably wouldn’t let me buy it considering I already have A. That’s what I think happened here.
Back to the review. Leading into the program in question…
BUT I’m mentioning this now because this is exactly what happened when I tried to buy Home Job Placement. They gave me the same exact same message! So naturally, having the same exact experience in the past, I had to figure out from which of the connected companies I had already purchased from.
But with so few links from the main website to visit, I had to experiment and by doing so, I actually did find out the truth, and that is that this program was based of 37 Clicks. Here’s how I found out:
I clicked one of the only links on the error page where it said I couldn’t buy the program. That opened up another website (I think it was the same homepage of Home Job Placement) from which I also found one of the privacy, contact, disclaimer links. That opened up the following page:
We have the link of Home Job Placement, but the disclaimer is only writing about the 37 Clicks program. This is exactly what I warned about. Same company, but just different A-E names (maybe less, maybe more), all linking to the same central program.
Where the scam runs deeper…
I could go ahead and end this review right here, but I have to go all the way and here’s another true thing:
I never purchased 37 Clicks either!
- So Home Job Placement is renamed after 37 Clicks. I think I’ve proven that.
- But they’re not letting me buy it because they say I have it, but I just admitted that I never purchased it.
So what is going on?! I’ll tell you:
There’s ANOTHER company from which 37 Clicks was renamed from that is Replace Your Job! To prove this, you can either read my review on Replace Your Job OR you can do the longer thing, find the official site, click on disclaimer to get the EXACT same page I found to prove Home Job Placement is taken from 37 Clicks, except…you guess it, the name is changed to Replace Your Job:
Oh and there’s more scams in this network!
At least one other, Extreme Home Profits. If you Google “Replace Your Job Scam”, one of the websites you’ll get is one that says it’s Extreme Home Profits, but links to Replace Your Job. I’ve also tried that program.
And another thing, when I reviewed Replace Your Job, the name of the lady at the time was Kelly Scott, not Kelly Simmons.
Investigating this became SO annoying, but I went even deeper:
So I’ve proven thus far that:
This program is connected to 37 Clicks which is connected to Replace Your Job, which I DID buy. But to be EXTRA sure I was right, I even went further:
I looked for any information about 37 Clicks and found a login page. Here is that page:
The title I want to draw your attention to (besides the link I put in red) is the term “Online Software Solutions”. This is the EXACT same program I got when I purchased Replace Your Job.
And that should bring an end to the debate on me having to prove myself…
Final Rating: Home Job Placement
Red Flag (Scam)
0 out of 10 stars. I’ve already done the review on another article, please read about that there.
My final thoughts: Now that I finally proved it, here’s why I was right:
You don’t change the name of your program so many times or mask it this much unless you’re hiding something and that’s really the point I wanted to make.
If you want to know what you get inside of Home Job Placement, just look at my review of Replace Your Job, that’s it. I rated that program a 0 out of 10 stars and since I proved this and that program lead you into the same place, it’s only fair to give this program the same exact rating!
I’m actually glad I didn’t buy it now and went through the whole hassle of figuring how they are working. I proved a long standing theory I’ve had about these companies and I hope you avoid them!
By now I hope you’re convinced and furthermore, I hope that you also take my advice about the other program I mentioned that you can count on.