If you landed on Home Job Position’s sale video and on top of that watched the video, you probably asked yourself, “What Is Home Job Position?”
I know for myself when I finished watching the video, I was like where is this leading to.
I’m glad you’re doing your research before you pay.
In this article, I found out where this training leads to and I also advise you to keep reading to find out some very odd discoveries.
Specs About Home Job Position
Product Name: Home Job Position
Free Access: No
Price: Starts at $97
Website URL: home-job-position.com
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What is Home Job Position?
- More or less a sales page.
How does it work?
- It is a page with a video that explains how you can make money from home.
How much does it cost?
- It starts off at $97.
Who can join?
- Anyone 18 years or older.
I watched the video, the video that started with News snippets about working from home.
- Then to an introduction.
- Then to one on one coaching.
- Then to step by step training.
- Then to working when and where you want.
- Then placing ads.
- Then to the rush factor.
- Then to a 60-day money-back guarantee.
- Finally to opening up your wallet.
Okay, now that we got the gist of the video covered, you noticed they really cover in a transparent way what service offers training.
When I started to dig, I noticed some odd info along with the actual service that will supply you with the training.
Every time I land on a sales page or site that still leaves me curious, I tend to dig to find out who is really asking for my money.
I do this because God knows who behind the sales page.
Yeah, it all sounds great the first time you watch a sales video that leaves you curious, however, we are talking about the Internet and we should really do our research.
Since I decided to do that, I found some odd info.
First Odd Info
When I was watching the video that One On One coaching seemed odd to me.
Not that help is a bad thing, it’s just that it can also lead to someone selling you more training especially when a phone number is requested.
If you didn’t notice, they ask for your phone number.
I don’t know how you feel about this, but I personally like to go through info first before someone talks in my ear.
The reason being is that I don’t want anyone influencing my gut, especially if it’s a service that is selling me something.
I want to make an informed decision myself, this way I will be more inclined to be a satisfied customer.
Second Odd Info
Okay, I normally start to see if there is a down-sell. I do this because why pay full price if you can pay a lower rate.
The price started at $97, then I kept on leaving the page and then select stay.
If you do that, normally what tends to happen is that you will see a price reduction.
I did that and the price went down to $77 and I did it again then the price went down to $67.
After that, there were no more price reductions.
More or less you can save $30 if you are curious and really feel you can make money with their step by step training along with their one on one coaching.
What I Did Next
What I tend to do next is go to the fine print because this is where it can be a game-changer if you read the fine print.
There is always the usual data that most businesses have in their fine print.
What you should be looking for is odd info and if you looked through HJP fine print, you should have found what I found.
What Was The Odd Info In The Fine Print, Evelyn?
The first fine print odd info I found was about the paid advertisement.
The fine print also states this and I’m quoting it:
“This website is not affiliated with any newspaper publication or online news source”
So yeah, that video you just watched with all those news snippets about people making money from home is not affiliated with the site.
I believe they put those news snippets there to sell you a story.
Oh I’m not done with this fine print, if you keep reading the image above, it also states and I’m quoting again:
“The Creator of The Home Job Position is using a pen name. This story is based upon the real-life adaptation of the parties involved and may have also be modified.”
So again that video you watched or whatever sales page you landed on, it was a modified story.
For me, I would be done and moved on. I personally feel transparency is important when they want me to spend my money.
But Evelyn, I Don’t Mind That!
WHAT! Okay, if you don’t mind all that, that’s cool. We are all different and some of us will end there while some of us may want to keep researching, while there are some who are willing to pull out their credit card.
It’s all good though because on a good note to those who want to pull their credit card, you do get a 60-day money-back guarantee.
We will get to the odd info about that money-back guarantee a little later, we’ll just keep going for now.
More Fine Print Odd Info
If you kept on reading the fine print they went on about the name Kelly Simmons.
In the fine print, it said Kelly Simmons is a pen name, and images used are stock photos.
Okay so the images you saw if you landed on Kelly Simmons’s story were not her and she uses a pen name.
Again, some of you may not mind that and that’s all good.
What I did was find a Kelly Simmons website and it was called Online Jobs Now.
Kelly goes on with a story about her mentor who started with a $10 e-book and turned it into a multi-million dollar business.
More or less This “Kelly Simmons” offers a VIP Success Team and Coaching Program.
When You Land On The Next Page
If you X-out like I did and got to the next page, you noticed on the next page there were two testimonials. These testimonials are stock photos as well.
I guess everyone who is involved with this service has to hide their identity for privacy reasons.
More Odd Info That I Found Out
I noticed there were some other sites that had the exact same looking website, but the names were different.
It all leads to the same place.
What Training Service Do These Sites Lead To?
Each time they use an advertorial story. It may be a story with some sort of posting links, ads, training, or whatever sounds easy and simple to do.
In the end, you will get a call along with other training or services that they recommend to you in order to be successful.
About That Refund
I know some of you out there feel secure when you see that you’re capable of obtaining a refund if you’re not a satisfied customer.
According to Home Job Position, I’m going to quote this part:
“offers a 60-day refund policy from the date of purchase on the initial product price only.”
When I read that, I was like the initial product price only!
I am assuming it’s the first price you paid only. I also assume because it’s not really stated is that refund part of their disclaimer, you can be charged for other fees.
Not only that, If you read the image above, but all they ask is also that you give a full 30-day effort.
That’s all nice, however, 30-days is a long time period, especially when you’re doing something you’re not really that interested in doing.
With a job you dislike, at least you know you’re going to get a paycheck within that 30-day period.
There is no guarantee you will make a dime utilizing whatever type of link posting, spamming, or other tasks that HJP claims you will get coaching and training from.
All In All
In the end, it is always your decision in what you want to do.
If you found odd discoveries as I did, for me, those are deal-breakers.
It makes you wonder if the one on one coaching and training holds and merit with so much discretion stated in their disclaimers.
Also, that 60-day money-back guarantee is all good, however, it’s kind of odd because you’re kind of giving them control over what a 30-day effort is.
Who has time to play games especially when it’s about you and your time and money?
What is your take about Home Job Position, Tweet me @evelynbaz!
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