I have been watching Jobjungle.info work at home website closely for few years which usually appears in Google ads. Jobjungle.info is operating from very long time which promises as usual like any other work from home websites does.
Though I didn’t prefer to look into or wanted to promote online. Yet I recently came across many complaints regarding Jobjungle.info.
Jobjungle.info is creating lots of problems for online community members especially those who seeking online part-time jobs.
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Their program designed such way that it doesn’t represent a trace of scam because Jobjungle.info is simple yet free to register in the first place. Perhaps, this idea might have forced many innocent people to sign up there.
Jobjungle.Info’s Unique Scam Tactics
As internet getting more and more popular people become well-aware of the fact like any sites asking money certainly is a scam.
To compensate that few fake sites have come up with the ideas like free to register concept so that people will pay much attention to it.
In this way, scam artists can steal member’s personal details as much as they could. There are few sites which operating in the same way without asking any money upfront.
A group of people always unaware of these types of fraud schemes. When a member sign up with his personal details in the free sign up form it will help scam sites many ways because each valid email id’s worth for them.
Cjlnc.info and Dataprolinking.info are also similar to Jobjungle.info. These sites are operated by the same owner with various money making concepts.
These sites make money by Google AdSense as well as by selling member’s personal information to the third party advertisers.
Fake Jobjungle.Info Online Job Offers As Follows
- VOICE JOBS- (Earn $15 to 40 Per Assignment), Conversion of Medical Prescription Slips into Textual and Audio Format
- PROOFREADING -(Earn $5 to 10 Per Page) – Editing MS-Word Files and Checking for Spelling and Grammatical Errors
- PowerPoint Work -(Earn $3 Per PPT Slide)- Preparing PowerPoint Slides and Adding Proper Effects
- MS-Excel Cell Work (Earn $0.2 to 0.4 Per Cell)- Preparation and modification of Pivot Tables
- (Earn $15-40 Per Assignment)- Designing Coral Draw and Photoshop Graphics and Exporting them to .jpeg format
- PAID SURVEYS- (Earn $5 TO $50 Per Survey) – Input your opinion about various product & services that you use
All the above part-time online job offers is simply a myth and nothing legit in my opinion. One of the popular blogs also certified that these Cjlnc.info and Dataprolinking.info sites are utter scams.
Cjlnc.info and Dataprolinking.info sites usually ask people to register with Monster.com and Timejobs.com which are online job portal websites.
What happens is that when job seekers submit their application hoping to get a job these fake websites sell people’s personal ids and other valuable information to the advertising companies.
By doing so, these scam artists will get paid high commission from the advertisers. Sadly, those who unaware of this tactics simply give out their information and receive a lot of advertiser based spam emails. It is that simple.
The above-mentioned sites have the very same concept of work at home job offers which is owned by the same person. These websites make money from Google using multiple sources that are by displaying advertisements as well as helping Monster.com, Timesjob.com to get more traffic.
Whatever email id’s collected will then be shared with other email marketing sites. Just by selling people’s email id the advertisers will pay up to $5. In this way, scam artists make money. When you give out your information you’ll not bother much if the job was not offered.
After all it was a free try for you. I don’t think any people will go back and ask them to delete their account. Will they!
Also when you have been forced to download an application Paltalk it will help them to get more user base for Paltalk messenger. This is an awesome scam tactics to grab people’s ids and other personal information that not many people unaware of it.
Jobjungle.info Domain Sale Fraud
Look at the below article which I found while researching on www.jobjungle.info. Don’t ever trust Jobjungle.info after reading the below piece of content. One of the candidates has been cheated by www.jobjungle.info in the form of domain sale.
Source taken from Layguru.com
Hello…i had tried to buy the site jobjungle.info. The domain is registered with name Leena Vincent, Woodland California. Her site was listed on websitebroker.com – now the site is banned i guess from websitebroker. She asked for $1000 for her business. We have agreed following: i pay her a deposit of $500 and the rest with first month income with jobjungle.info. Its an Adsense Money Making site.
I have sent the money to James Rugaba from Uganda, with western union. But she gave me this name and said he is secretary. But when i search for rugaba in skype he is in usa. i am confused. Leena Vincent has promised me several times in mail messages that i will get full ownership of the site after making the payment. And all in all she increased the price.
i have paid now $1500. he as agreed giving me full ownership after this last payment.now she is asking for another $1000 balance pay?!?!?from legally aspect i am in the right or not?Written promise in mail is also an agrement.what can i do
Jobjungle.info Is A Scam Without A doubt
I’ve explained their tactics clearly above also how they entice you for taking your information. Besides Jobjungle.info is not a genuine because I never witnessed anyone online who really made money with them.
There is no doubt that all the claims you see on the advertisements is fake. Hence pay an attention to the program that legitimately offers work at home jobs.
Adding to that I never heard from any members who actually getting paid or even received a PAYMENT to a PayPal or Check payment from Jobjungle.info.
You’ll never be able to find a payment proof online. If you able to prove that there are few then I’ll delete my post on Jobjungle.info without question asked. I am sure you don’t and you never. Now the case is closed.