Have you heard of Easykits.org website? If you are like me, I had never heard of them before. I want to share what I learned about Easykits.org website.
Over the past couple of months, I have received four phone messages that Amazon is hiring people to list products and write product reviews for $17 to $32 an hour. Although I didn’t erase these messages, I just ignored them until my son mentioned he is interested in working from home. So, my son and I decided to check out the four saved messages.
We thought it was strange these four messages came from four different phone numbers (all in different states) but since Amazon is such a large company, we discounted it. Each message also stated if you are interested in working for Amazon, go to this website to apply, but each message referenced a different website which we discounted again due to the size of Amazon.
The first website was webstorejobs.org which took us to the following news5 article link announcing that Amazon is hiring people to work from home:
The next three websites were the following:
These three websites were also all directed to the “News5 Daily” that announced Amazon’s online program to provide jobs for Americans who want to work from home.
I clicked on the Cash Websites link that the Amazon Exec. expressed interest in which took us to the following website:
My son and I listened to their 10 steps created by a mastermind marketer. At the end of their presentation, they invited us to sign up for a “cash website” for only $47 with a money back guarantee. It sounded good so my son wanted to purchase the kit. I gave him my support without any warnings or discouraging possibilities.
My son’s credit card was declined but he knew there was plenty of credit on his card so we tried calling Easykits but they hung up on us. Then we tried emailing them and the email came back undeliverable. We then knew we had been suckered. Luckily the credit card company had Easykits.org website earmarked as an illegitimate company which protected us from being scammed. Thank goodness!
The following website somehow fits into this scam also.
Power of creating a mindset
We then did a google search to see what kind of reports came up about Easykits.org website. Sure enough, the public had all sorts of negative things to say about Easykits.org website. We had almost been suckered into a scam because of the mindset Easykits had created to make us think we were working with Amazon, a reliable and trusted company. I thought at age 58, I was seasoned enough to recognize ripoff scams, but whoever put this presentation together understood luring one small step at a time using the false background influence of Amazon, one of the biggest and most well-known companies in the world. Very tricky.
I don’t want anyone to waste their money, time, or emotional energy with this trickery so I wrote this blog to warn others about Easykits.org website. Stay away!!
Do not let the dishonesty of others discourage you
Although there are many dishonest people, I believe there are plenty of honest, good people too. We must not let the dishonesty of some keep us from striving and hoping to locate truth which is necessary to increase our development, knowledge, and happiness. Despite the dishonesty of some, let’s continue to be motivated to look for truth!
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