KeyOnlineJobs Review—Dan Buck
Is Key Online Jobs a Scam?
KeyOnlineJobs.net is really two business ideas, cleverly packaged as one. One of them is a network marketing affiliate program, and the other promises a choice of over 10,000 jobs for just typing in from home. So what’s the real deal with KeyOnlineJobs? Let’s find out.
How KeyOnlineJobs.net Works
You register for KeyOnlineJobs.net, and receive a package that contains a bunch of resources to create and promote an e-book. This package costs about $50. While the KeyOnlineJobs.net site advertises the $50 as a one-time lifetime membership fee, members are charged the amount every month.
The free part of the Key Online Jobs site allows you to fill out online forms on reputed sites like Google and Yahoo! As the site says, “You will work entering text into the online forms with the information that is provided and then sorting them out into several categories.” Basically, you will be promoting products of other companies, and will get paid when someone purchases their products.
As a value addition, you are also able to purchase extra information on entering and working with point-per-click ads, for a fee.
KeyOnlineJobs.net also suggests you write and market your own e-book, or use your Web page to promote someone else’s e-book. You then get paid a commission when someone purchases the e-book.
KeyOnlineJobs.net: What People are Saying
Several reviews of KeyOnlineJobs.net have pointed out that the founder, Dan Buck, was the owner of a site called MintJobs.com, and simply moved his operations to the other site when he could not afford to pay his affiliates on MintJobs.
While a few have reported being able to make some use of the initial material sent, most say that the material is very basic, and doesn’t really give any concrete business ideas. Some members of Key Online Jobs are also dismayed that the site charges them every month, after they were led to believe that the fee was one-time.
KeyOnlineJobs.net: The Bottom Line
The online form filling leads one to Click Bank, and the fee seems steep for access to a free site which one can easily sign up for without the help of KeyOnlineJobs.net.
I’m not sure the money to be made through KeyOnlineJobs.net by filling out online forms is worth it, and may not eventually be worth the $50 per month fee.