Paid Social Media Jobs Review- Scam Or Real Stuff?

Posted by in Not Recommended | 32 comments

paid_social_media_jobs_scamWelcome to my Paid Social Media Jobs review. If you are someone looking for ways to make extra income from home, maybe you’re doing some research. Good thing you did. This is a company that supposedly pays people to do little job tasks such as tweet on Twitter and like Facebook pages. Sounds like easy work, right? Well I have to tell you that there is a catch. There always is. Some other tasks that they say they’ll pay you to do is comment on videos and do a little bit of management of accounts of social network accounts of various companies.

I guess the whole premise behind Paid Social Media Jobs is that social media has become very important for companies in terms of marketing and needing people to manage and work that department. So, what happens is companies will outsource these little jobs to people just because they are low skill level tasks and they need to create even more overhead if they can hire people who work from home and get paid for each individual task. So, it seemed like a smart idea to launch a website that brings empoloyers that need social account management and people looking to make extra income from home or their spare time. And boom, that’s where this site was born. 

Learn How To Make Legit Money From Home Here…

Now, while first looking at Paid Social Media Jobs, it kind of looked promising and not like a scam. But then I soon realized that it basically is a scam because a lot of the jobs posted were not real and the job descriptions were just unrealistic for the average person such as requiring you to get thousands of hits to a video in a short amount of time. In other words, a lot of these jobs were impossible to do if you didn’t have some kind of auto mass distribution software. It’s definitely not easy to find legitimate online jobs because it costs companies money.

I can inform you and let you know you can make a lot more money by setting up profitable income streams if you know exactly how affiliate marketing works. I’m talking about a full-time income on the web. But often times people are attracted to these little jobs just because they seem so promising. Be sure to know that most of these “online job” opportunities always have a hidden agenda behind them. Their goal is to profit no matter what.

One of the things that caught my attention about Paid Social Media Jobs is that you’re going to be billed $47 after a short trial period. I get what this really is. It’s a setup for people who are looking for work, to subscribe to a “database” of companies that offer work. Let me tell you something though. The types of jobs like “tweeting” or “liking” posts are virtually going to pay nothing at all. The whole point of this site is to attract people and have them take the trial and bill them after the 3 days are up.

This is actually a great way for Paid Social Media Jobs to get lots of attention, grab visitors, have them sign up, take a 3 day trial, then get billed $47 after. All they have to do is a little bit of mass advertising and they’ll be able to suck a lot of people in. Doesn’t sound like a good deal to me! But that’s just my opinion.

P.S. Make sure you check out the #1 affiliate income opportunity if you're looking to make money the right way...


  1. Then, there are no home based jobs that aren’t scams? I am so disappointed. I have MS and really needed to only make about a thousand extra a month. Guess that won’t happen

  2. I would like to say only one thing, if this is a genuine company and not a scam. Then one should join this and then share reviews so that everybody should understand and pass on same information to others but if it is not genuine, then try to get it close so that no other people lost hard earned money in it.



  4. Hi vince, please mr find a legitimate online job. I am a mother of 2 my son had a fractured leg so i need to stay at home, but i need also to earn. Please do help me… Thank you

    • Your best bet is to go with my number 1 recommendation.

  5. It’s kind of sad that in this day and age, people STILL want to believe that they can make good money by doing minimal work. Kids, the world doesn’t work that way. Really. Trust me on this.

    On the other hand, I have a few clients who each pay me $500 / month to do this kind of work for them. The differences are:

    * I found these clients on my own.
    * I convinced them that their businesses would be well-served by an active social media presence.
    * I give them value for their money, meaning I not only post their content on social media, but I actually CREATE most of the content that I post, as well as strategically schedule them for optimal visibility.

    This is not something I simply fell into. I majored in English in college, and I write well and spell correctly. I frequently use social media on my own, but learned (through extensive reading, boot camps, webinars, and networking) the best practices of social media for businesses.

    I say this NOT to pat myself on the back, but to give a small dose of reality to those hoping for a dream job to fall into their laps. Oh, and by the way, that Nigerian prince is not going to wire millions of dollars into your bank account, nor is Bill Gates going to send you money for forwarding an email. And it pains me to have to say this, but you will not find love, good luck, or money by forwarding a Facebook post, no matter how convincing the picture of Jesus looks.

    • Can u also let me join u r business so tht I can also make money with u…

    • could you plz help me in joining your legit business where i can actually ean real money.

    • The truth hurts, well said

  6. This is so weird. Ive been searching the internet and there arent many who really loved these sites and earned tons by doing these jobs. So if they legitimate and honest how come people arent backing them up? I think many are ashamed of what they got into. Otherwise we would have got thousands or millions reviewing them as great job creator.

  7. please tell me honest and transparent and not scam any good company where I can work online from my home and earn some money.

    • No, I can’t think of any true at-home jobs…at least any that would be easy to get. The real home jobs out there require you to take many tests, pay very little, and there is usually a waiting list for up to 6 months. You are MUCH better learning Internet marketing and how to build an online business for yourself, that generates income.

  8. I am not sure whether this is true or not, but online making money do really exit and some people who really know how to do it, they can hit to 10k per month and i dont think it’s a issue for people who really know.

    I am not that kind of person but i actually earn some from there, of course you can’t put it as full time job, you only can do it during your free time for my personal.

    Did you guys really try this social media job before or not ?

    • Can you plz suggeat me some paid social media jobs site?

  9. plz suggest this is really true or scam???

  10. I just found out about this site and I say the typical ad with the person claiming to be doing so well. Then I saw the Fox review (don’t trust Fox much though). So I chatted with the person on the site and asked them for some reviews. They first sent me to a webinar. When I said, no, I don’t want a webinar, I’d like a review like if they are with the BBB and stuff like that, they said they weren’t able to help me with that.

    It’s a bad sign when a company is not willing to share reviews about them with you. I told them I’d do my own research.


  12. oooo it’s mean we must pay yet?with our self money to get an attributes it?
    maybe is’t really scam??

  13. that means this PAIDSOCIALMEDIA is a real SCAM..??? am i right…???

    • Yeah for sure, Yomer. You’ve got to be careful and figure that real social media jobs aren’t going to make it easy for you to get hired. In fact, you don’t even get hired in this company. You have to pay first, which should be the first sign of a job scam. What job have you ever had, where you had to pay money first? None. Plus, real jobs, even in sales, require interviews and everything else. It should be obvious from now on, that there are no easy jobs like this out there. If there are, then it’d be really hard to get in, in my opinion.

  14. Wow, I wonder how long Paid Social Media Jobs has been suckering people in! I originally saw the URL on LinkedIn, from what seemed like a reputable person (by their title). It’s sad how many people are just out to make a quick buck, no matter how many people they run over along the way. 🙁

    • They’ve actually been suckering people in for a long time now. I mean, I did this review over a year ago, and it had been around even before then. So, I could just imagine how long it has existed and how many people have lost their hard-earned money. These things are not uncommon and honestly you wouldn’t make that much money anyway, even it wasn’t a scam. Who is really going to just hire and pay anyone from the Internet for an easy job like this? No way.

  15. Hey Pieter. Paid Social Media Jobs and other websites similar are really nothing than sales funnels. There is hardly any valuable training, and it is pretty much geared to get you pull out your credit card more and more. You’re going to make more just re-selling the program to other new people like you, more than anything. You can be assured that what I recommend on my site, is going to show you how to do affiliate marketing correctly and build a valuable home based business.

    • i was searching for a job while i came across this “paid socail media job” thing sounds very promising indeed. can u please tell me more about it u look like u know it well

    • Hi, please tell us your recommended site where it is going to show us how to do affiliate marketing correctly and build a valuable home-based business. Thanks – Mike

  16. Hello admin,
    you are saying this is a scam and all, but they now guarantee a money back insurance of 60 days. and what i find a little weird is that you are making advertisement for your own site via the link?! what is also wanted to know is, is it even possible to make money through that site or is it as you claim a complete scam?


    • I don’t think it’s a complete scam. A scam is something that just takes your money and that’s it, you’re sol. This isn’t a “job” I suppose, but it does help you get into affiliate marketing. I believe they just need to change their marketing methods. They do try to get people, but that’s to show them a program, they just do it the wrong way.

  17. how can they expect us to pay, we are employees. if you really want to work with you put a face to face interview and explain the terms and conditions that how we can earn money

    • That’s because they aren’t really “hiring” you. It is just a sales funnel for them. You get caught in it, spending money for their monthly fees…making just enough to keep interested.

  18. Hi
    For a while now I’ve been looking for something I can do from home and replace an income. I’ve found the scams like the one you described. I didn’t really have a lot of money and hoped to make money I didn’t want to fork over 77$ for what? I’m sure the demand for that job is great ,but I think you have to find the employer yourself who will hire you to do that job. I’m a newbie to affliate marketing, I’m interested in it. I just don’t know how to make money from it? I know you need a website and you need to get traffic? Feel free to contact me.
    Robyn Edward

    • SItes like Paid Social Media Jobs are actually a form of affiliate marketing, disguised as jobs. I mean, could you make money? Maybe. But if so, it would be cents. You would literally be making cents per hour. Why would ANYONE pay someone anything decent for low-level work such as spamming social media websites? Because that’s what you’re basically going to be told what to do. And that could lead you into hot water.

      • hey Vince are there any real online jobs that don’t ask for money to join? thxs in advance

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *