Name: Next Job At Home
Web address: nextjobathome.com
Refund Policy: Not Available
Owner: Next Green Media LLC, owned by Isaac Klein
For: Beginners to Advanced
Overall Rank: Not Good
The sponsored advertisements are the scams they want you to click on. These links will take you to affiliate sites where you have to pay to find out more.
Here is what happens: after signing up, you have to pay for registration fees and Next Job At Home will earn a commission. That is why they want you to sign up for these online scams as they are making money from it.
After signing up, you end up on the page were you can begin your search for a work at home job. I clicked on all the links in the Approved Work from Home window, but none of the links were working.
Two times I got “404 – File or directory not found”, once I got “503 Service Temporarily Unavailable”, once the server could not be found and with the last one, the page could not be opened because of too many redirects.
Next Job At Home also want you to subscribe to their newsletter. Don’t do it; not only do they sending out too many emails, it is very difficult to unsubscribe.
And it gets even worse, it seems they sell your email address to marketing companies to make some extra money. So you can expect your mailbox to be flooded with scams.
If the scam email is not from Next Job At Home, then it will be from one of the marketing companies trying to get money out of your pocket.
They also have a lot of spam complaints; if you subscribe to one of their work at home opportunities, you will receive a lot of spam. If the spam email is not from NJAH, then it will be from one of the marketing companies.
On some of these sites they will ask you for your phone number. One thing I can advice you: don’t give your phone number! Period.
Anything can be done through email these days and that way you protect yourself from scams. When you give your phone number, you can expect to get phone calls from Cornerstone Equity/Marketing Solutions, another scam.
They will do everything trying to sell you something, even if you don’t need it (but they will make you believe you need their product).
These people from Cornerstone Equity/Marketing Solutions can be very convincing to make you buy their -scam- product, that some people lost $8500. It is one of the reasons you should not give your phone number.
It happened to me in the past that I lost $4000 to a company that was so convincing that I fell for it. If you must fill in your phone number, just use a fake, or old, not working phone number.
The ZipRecruiter Search Engine
Most of the jobs are coming from the ZipRecruiter search engine: you won’t find many good reviews from companies looking for employees or people who found a job through them.
Next Job At Home takes jobs from this search engine to put on their website, so these jobs are not screened as they make you believe on their website.
Many work from home jobs listed on ZipRecruiter are fake. Most of the real advertised jobs are old and already taken, and won’t be taken off of the website.
Several people who signed up for these so called work at home opportunities, lost money in the process without finding a legitimate job.
On the website from Next Job At Home is also fake feedback. There is no way to add your comment about Next Job At Home, so all the comments must be left by their own people. And, as you could expect, these are positive comments.
Bad Customer Service: How To Contact Next Job At Home?
According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Next Job At Home is listed as an “F”. It is also very difficult to contact them.
I could not find any contact details on the website, it looks like they have something to hide?! This is a big red flag, telling me that something was wrong.
The listed phone numbers end up somewhere in space, they just don’t work. This is another red flag: as I wrote before, it seems they have something to hide.
If you contact them through email, you should not be surprised if you don’t hear from them anymore. Bad customer service is already a very good reason NOT to do business with them.
It will also not be easy to find positive Next Job At Home reviews. Only some bad affiliates will try to sell you this program just to make a commission.
It seems the website is owned by Next Green Media LLC, or short NGM LLC, and the founder is Isaac Klein. In the whois database you can find out that the registrant is Jonathon Romig.
After doing some research he also seems to be the owner of epoweranalytics.com. But then I stumbled unto something very strange; I’ve found a total of 10 domains belonging to Jonathon Romig.
I checked a few of these websites, and they were redirected to epoweranalytics.com. Others, like jobhomeoffers.com, ended up on nextjobathome.com.
You can understand that I had alarm bells going off. These websites are set up to lure innocent people to scam websites were they will get offers and advertisements, some with a price tag of more than $1000.
Many Negative Points
Here are the negative points in short:
Sending out too many emails
Very difficult to unsubscribe
No contact details
Phone numbers don’t work
No, or late, response to emails
Listed as “F” with BBB
Links didn’t work
Working links take you to scam websites
Hard to find a real job
Jobs are not screened
Outdated info for jobs
The only positive point I could find, is that it is free to sign up as a member. Well, this must be enough to say that Next Job At Home is just another scam website.
Although it is possible to find a work at home job with them, you will be searching for a needle in a haystack. Just forget about Next Job At Home, you will also not find many positive Next Job At Home reviews.
You’d be better of promoting products as an affiliate. At least you can make money online, and even replace you current job.
Affiliate marketing is big business, and some people are earning six figures with it. You can earn money with affiliate marketing also, it is not as hard as it looks.