The Rich Janitor Review: The Wishy-Washy Video

I watch RJ’s (Rich Janitor) video. I thought it was very wishy-washy.

It caused me to do a review because of the claims on that video.

I’m telling you right now I thought the video itself was a scam.

If you’re reading this review right now, you learned you didn’t get some confidential information.

Instead, what you watched was a long trickery video.

I want to go over why I felt that the RJ’s video was wishy-washy.

Specs About Rich Janitor


Product Name: Rich Janitor
Year: 2010
Free Access: No
Price: Starts At $97
Website URL: Overall Rating: 1/10

The Rundown

What Is Rich Janitor?

  • According to the video you are supposed to get the software.

How does it work?

  • The software Mike created is supposed to make you money through the Internet. This software is supposed to catch the loopholes that these “Gurus” left behind.

How much does it cost?

  • $97
  • $27
  • $7

Requirements to join.

  • Global

My Take

Just so you know, when I finished watching the video I was done. I didn’t go any further with this product. I didn’t place my email in anything. I was DONE. I wanted to explain why because seriously, the video itself is a red flag scam.

If a video offer doesn’t deliver or does some kind of trickery games to make someone watch the entire video, you should just move on. There is no need to trust the offer any further.

Obviously the trust was broken. It’s the Internet we are talking about, so there is no need to give them the benefit of the doubt.

The Video Didn’t Get To The Point

Mike Dee said it was a short video. A short video to me is like 3 minutes tops. It felt like it was 2 hours. I know it wasn’t 2 hours, but it was boring and drawn out.

I thought Mike was going to get to the point, but instead, he went on and on.

Especially when they try to entice people by saying they will be making some money by simply watching a long drawn out video.

Mike Dee Wants To Partner With You

In the video, Mike states he wants to partner with you. This is a red flag because you know if someone wants to partner in business with you, you’re going to have to make an investment.

When I heard that, this reminded me of a review I did on Profit With Michael. I wouldn’t doubt if these Mike’s are the same people, Lol.

Highly Confidential

Mike claims that what he got is highly confidential.

I got this offer through an email. Of course, it’s not highly confidential if you’re reading this now. There is no secret. Nothing highly confidential and important would be passed through by email.

Mike’s Life Story

I know we all go through good times and bad times in life. It’s just a part of life that we all face. What he was consistent about is claiming he did these online scams.

RichJanitor Computers

What was wishy-washy about the video is that he claimed he didn’t know anything about computers.

If a person has been through scam after scam, he knows a thing or two about computers and scams.

There’s A Good Part In The Video

rj mail

As I was watching the video, I did get amused when Mike showed a quick screenshot of the bills in the yellow mailbox. It did make me laugh!

My first thought was wow, when are you gonna stop getting into debt? Is it when the mailbox is completely full?

I know it’s not real and I know it’s just an over-exaggeration of an image. It just made me laugh. If someone has that many bills, that’s not a laughing matter.

Another Wishy-Washy Part


At the top of the ad it said, you’re going to get $70 for watching this video. People are going to watch this video expecting to get $70.

What’s so wishy-washy is that after people watching the video, no $70 was given. Instead, it was more like a coupon.

At this point, the trust should be broken. He said he was going to give people $70, but what he forgot is a loophole word and the word is DISCOUNT.

If someone did that to you in person and wanted to partner with you, you would tell them to move on. I’m sure a lot of us wouldn’t even care what they really had to offer once the trust is broken.

The Biggest Scam About RJ

RJ price

When I X-out, he said he was going to give me 20 more dollars. He talked about loopholes in that video more than several times.

What Mike Dee is trying to do is put a loophole in my wallet. If I would consider paying for this scam, I would still have to pay $7.

Is There Support?

RJ phone support

Support is an important part of having a partner. People want to know they can rely on their partners when they need them.

Mike claims he wants to partner with you. He claims there is support and there is a phone number at the bottom of RJ’s site. I went to check to see if it’s a legit number and it’s not.

rj rl

This is another reason why you should stay away from RJ. There’s no partnership here. How can you trust someone who can’t even leave a working number?


A comment was left by Simone stating she did call the number and she did get a recording. You can scroll down you can read her comment.

I decided to call the number myself and it was just like Simone said, a recording that directs you right back to RJ’s site. They did ask to leave your email address if you need assistance.

Why I Didn’t Call The Number?

For me, I was done when the video was over. At some point when do you say NO? Is it when you shell out all this money and no money was made?

How many times have people been through this, I have and I’m sure many others have too. When I felt I was deceived that is it, I don’t have time to play.

Why bring a relationship to something I already felt was deceptive. That was my whole point in this review.

As for what was said in the recording, it just directed me right back to their site. You can call the number yourself. I still feel that the phone number is a waste of time because it looped me right back to their website.

I must say I was a little irritated about them looping me right back to their website. I just wanted to update you on the phone number.

Why I Called Rich Janitor A Scam

I call it a scam because he used deceptive wording. He said he was going to give people $70 of his own money. I never saw an image of him. It was just a video of some guy telling a story.

This is why I stated that people should move on and forget all about that software. He could have just told people about his services and the cost of a one-time fee of $7.

He didn’t have to give this long drawn out story about Gurus, Loopholes, debt, and scams. He’s doing the same thing that these scams do.

You know, a person left a comment on my site the other day. It was a powerful statement for me. Those words were, I wish the Internet would grow up someday.

All In All

I believe I went over why people should NOT give RJ the time of day and why it’s a wishy-washy video.

When people spend their time watching that video and he left the word discount out, the trust is gone. People should not even care about that darn software.

The way to get back at those scams is by not PAYING for them. Do your research and when they lie to you from the get-go, just move on.

If you want to learn a grown-up way to make money from home, Check out this site here. No one has time or money to spend on some childish games.

If you have any questions, comments or found other parts of the video in Rich Janitor to be wishy-washy, let us know below, thanks!

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32 thoughts on “The Rich Janitor Review: The Wishy-Washy Video”

  1. I always find it strange that people who have “Found the secret to making money” would want to share it with the world.

    If you are making so much money, why would you waste months of effort creating videos and articles and websites in order to share your knowledge.

    Truth is that Rich Janitor only makes money from the gullible people that are drawn into his dishonest scam. He has no other source of income.

    • Hey Bryan,

      Well said and I totally agree with you. Much appreciate your thoughts, wish you many blessings, Evelyn.

  2. Hi Evelyn,

    I sure wish you had a “Sign up” button. Can you do a review on “Next-Home-Jobs”? They claim “Notice: This newsletter contains screened jobs and ads.” Because of them I found my way to you. A lot of the offers they have are nothing but “scams” and they are sending this to people who are looking for a legit way to earn online and to be honest, I trusted them and I’m sure I’m not the only one. I haven’t been scammed (not this year at least lol) but only because I’ve learned to do “Research” first. If you don’t want to do a review that’s ok. At least I know what they are.

    • Angela you had me laughing when you said at least not this year, I would love to do the review on next home jobs. I’m a little busy with my son as he can be a little agitated during spring time with his allergies. I will look into it and do a review on them. If there’s other things you’d like me to check out please feel free to ask. All the best to you, with many blessings, Evelyn.

  3. Hi, thank you for this text. It shows me that there is really a lot of scam out there. Comments by some people below the text only confirm what you are saying. This episode with the phone number is indeed irritating, I can understand your feeling. So you are saying after watching such a long video you have actually never seen the person, just a voice. And this post box is his own, at least something original. Well, move on, this is really not worth wasting time and nerves. All the best to you.

    • Hey Jovo, Yep, just a voice of some story. I didn’t even want to know anymore. I feel that transparency is so important especially when they are asking people to invest in a business. I’m coming across a lot of videos with just claims. It’s gotta be more than that, this has gotta stop. Anyhow, I really appreciate your thoughts Jovo, wish you the best, Evelyn.

  4. Hi,

    Thank you for your review of this scam called Rich Janitor. I actually had not heard of this particular scam until reading your article. You are so right about all of the red flags. I have seen videos that offer incentives like the one you described with Rich Janitor with offering $70 just for watching the video. And of course, when you watched the video, where was the $70 to be found? Oh, that’s right, it was a discount of $70, yeah right!

    Thank you for exposing this scam. Look forward to reading more.

  5. I ‘bought’ the supposed software only to realize I needed to pay $495 more just to get a spot. He takes advantage of desperate job seekers like myself and I don’t appreciate that one bit. I’m bitter and I’m done with these scams for good.

    • Hey Rue,

      I would be bitter too, I’m so sorry they tried to take advantage of you. I myself had enough when the video didn’t seem transparent to me. I felt they were deceptive with that video. I was so irritated that they had me watch this video like they were doing me some sort of favor with their so-called coupon. I wish you many blessings Rue. Thanks for expressing your thoughts, Evelyn.

  6. Wow great review Evelyn,

    This is very thorough, you even checked the phone number. With that number of trickery implemented, you are definitely right that its a red flag already and we need to stay away.

    Looking back at several months ago, I was completely naive and would believe exactly what these scam gurus say in their videos. As I’ve been in the industry longer, we tend to spot these signs quickly. Thanks for sharing this review, I hope you’ll save more people their time and money from this ridiculous program. Cheers!

    • Hey Riaz,

      I think at one point especially when people are new to the online world, we may believe these videos. I try to express to people what to look for when they come across these types of videos or opportunities. It’s always important for people to research and really think about what these opportunities expresses. Usually, it’s nonsense when people really listen to what they are saying. Thanks for your thoughts Riaz, all the best to you, Evelyn.

  7. Hi Evelyn,

    I like the detail you have gone into here. It’s easy to say something is a scam, after all a lot of these types of schemes don’t help themselves by saying things like “this is confidential” when it is clearly plastered all over the internet. The stuff about the phone line is shocking, like he’s just doing the basics to get away with it being legal if it is actually legal? Well done on rooting this one out.

    • Hey Paul, I started laughing when you said “this is confidential”, but yet it’s plastered all over the internet, Lol. It happens a lot. As for that phone number, well it does seem to be a recording of their so-called services, but they run a thin line. Services that are good don’t need have to do these tactics at all. Thanks for your thoughts Paul. All the best to you, Evelyn.

  8. Hi Evelyn,

    Great job on pointing out some of the key pieces of information behind Rich Janitor. I hadn’t heard of it before I saw your review but now I’m glad I saw this first! It’s shocking the tricks that some will use to try and con people out of money online.

    I hope that people looking around for tips on making money online will see your review and avoid Rich Janitor!

    • Hey Mark,

      Yeah, I was done after I watched the video. I believe at some point people just gotta say no. I felt the trust was broken once they pulled that discount trick. I feel that no one needs to get tricked in that way, especially when they “claim” they have a great way for people to make money from home. Thanks for your thoughts Mark and wish you only the best, Evelyn.

  9. Hi Evelyn, you have done a great review here about the Rich Janitor. I first got emails about this scam about 6 or 7 years ago, I did not like the program then nor now. You have laid out your review very well and covered the subject matter in great detail. Anybody coming to your website and finding this review, will leave them in no doubt about RJ’s operations, but leave well informed about this scam and to keep well away from it. I liked your website and how you have used images to support your work, well done and thanks for sharing that to be aware of RJ’s scam.

    • Hey Patrick,

      I’m sure the program has not changed much. I felt that if the video lead people to nowhere. Good quality services don’t use these types of tactics to get people to build a business.

      Like Wealthy Affiliate, they show people what they can do, they even give people 10 free lessons, hosting and 2 websites without asking for a dime.

      I felt after watching RJ’s video that I was done. At some point and it could be right after watching the video that a person can be done. I thought I’d lay out why and why people shouldn’t even bother. Thanks for your thoughts and comment Patrick all the best to you, Evelyn.

  10. Before reading this post, I had never heard of rich janitor. Telling someone you are going to give them $70 dollars to watch a video on how to make money is just terrible, and then having a recording on the phone number directing them right back to the site is just wrong. It is awful there are so many scams online like that, but there are.

    • Hey Ira, they talked about scams and loopholes in that video, yet they are looping people in a circle. It’s a shame that they do that. When I watched the video I was done. I was so irritated that they played these games and at some point I feel that people should just move on.

      You’re right Ira, that there are so many scams online like that. It’s a shame. Thanks for your thoughts and wish you only the best, Evelyn.

    • I sincerely think all of us being taken for a ride by these “Internet Gurus” or whatever they call themselves, should constitute ourselves into some form of “Citizen Private Investigators”. From the Phone number and IP address, we should be able to trace who ever owns these “Rich Janitor” type scams. They must have real Bank accounts in real Banks (not the Click-bank rubbish) they use to show us their “Daily Returns”. Who in their right mind exposes their Bank account statement to the general public? Let us forget about “Legalese” and expose all these unscrupulous scammers. This is totally ridiculous. The Government should even do something about these criminals. Enough is enough.

  11. Rich Janitor is indeed a shady opportunity. Their exaggerated claims are way off too far. You can spot that the owner desperately wants innocent folks hard-earned cash. I personally had been to a situation where someone guaranteed me $500, but it turns that I have to actually spend more than what they promised. It is a misleading opportunity. And Rich Janitors sounds very familiar with it. I would avoid this program at all cost!

    • Hey Edy, Thanks for your thoughts and I’m sorry that you were mislead with an opportunity. Being mislead seems to be a common thing online, especially when it comes to earning money online.

      When I watched RJ’s video I was upset how they mislead people. If they are gonna mislead people with a video, how can you trust their service. I feel that people have to stop at some point and just move on. I wish you the best with many blessings, Evelyn.

  12. Thank you, Evelyn, for the wonderful review. I came across this review after receiving one of the rich janitor’s emails. I have been scammed a time or two over the years and have learned to check the internet for reviews before I commit to anything. Especially if someone wants my money upfront. Sometimes the reviews themselves are a scam. I read your profile and saw your photos so I believe you are giving your honest opinion. I agree with your assessment of the video. There are so many red flags with this promotion. Trying to keep you watching the video by offering you so many discounts is a big one. I like that you checked out the phone number also and found it to be bogus. Thanks for sharing.

    • Hey Rick, I’m so glad you do your research. It’s so important to do that before you decided on on paying for anything. You are so correct about reviews online. A lot of times they tell you it works, but it turns to be some sort of scam. I couldn’t agree with you more on the price reduction. I felt the trust was broken after I watched the video. I felt they used deceptive wording and for me the trust is broken right there. Why would I want to go any further when I can’t trust what they offer. As for the number I didn’t call because when I looked it up online it showed it wasn’t valid. Turns out it is. I will update my site about what a comment by Simone left for me. As for what was stated on that phone call, it was just a recording to go right back to their website or just leave your email address. I still felt the recording was bogus. I really appreciate your thoughts and wish you the best, Evelyn.

  13. Hi Evelyn,

    Your blog was very thorough. I always wonder about online business offers. I have been trying to find good ones and went through a lot of scams in the process. Your site is great. I wished it was there years ago. You seem to do a lot of research in examining the product. I thought that following up on the phone number was fantastic. I will certainly avoid Rich Janitor.

    • Hey Bob, Thanks for your wonderful thoughts. When I looked up the number online it showed not valid, but someone left a comment they called the number and it does actually leave a recording. The recording just direct people back their website. I will update my site, but I thought I’d let you know. Thanks again. Wish you the best and many blessings to you Bob, Evelyn.

  14. Thank you for this information. I just finished watching the video and had the same thoughts as you did. And yes, it was very boring. I decided to see what others are saying about this program and that is what brought me to your site. I am looking forward to looking at some of your other reviews as well.

    I did actually call the 1-888 number before reading your review because I wanted to see if someone would pick up and talk to me. It was a recording for Rich Janitor saying that they can be reached via their website and that I could leave a message but they prefer being contacted through their website. I just hung up. But now I am thinking maybe I should have left a message and then waited to see if anyone called back.

    I am still searching for a way to make money online!

    • Hey Simone, you felt the same way about the video huh, You got me to call the number now. I never thought about doing it before because when I looked it up online, it stated it wasn’t a real number. I should of took things a little further, but I will update my site.

      The recording said the same thing that you stated, go to the website, plus they ask for my email address, which I was not going to give. It was pretty odd though. I would suggest not giving them your email address. If you do, give them one that will be dedicated to spam.

      If you are interested in making money online, I would suggest starting off with a website. This is where you can start building your foundation. If you think about it every thing you come across online is some sort of website. This one of the reasons why I advocate starting there. Thanks for your wonderful thoughts and taking the time to call that number. Wish you the best and many blessings, Evelyn.

  15. Hi,

    Wow this video sounds terrible. I really hate when a marketing video tries to trick you into watching the whole video.

    It sounds like a bad sales pitch but I’m sure there are still people out there who get enticed and spend their hard earned money.

    I feel bad for people getting ripped off online and I’ve been there before. It’s great that you’re writing this review because it will prevent some people from getting ripped off.

    • Hey Robert that’s how I felt when I was watching the video. I felt that they wasted people time by deceiving them. Some people may say that’s a great strategy to get people to get to watch a video. In my opinion especially when people want to build a business from home, they should just get to the point and let people know what they offer. At some point people have to say, you know what, if you’re gonna do business like that, why would I ever want to be a part of that. I also feel bad when someone gets ripped off. Research is key. Thanks for your thoughts, Evelyn.

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