Is Mommy Jobs Online a Scam?

Mommy Jobs Online is a company which helps people find jobs online. I have been working at Mommy Jobs Online for over a year and I can confirm that it is legitimate.

However at Glassdoor, I found a that it had a not so good average review score:

Mommy Jobs Online

But what are the reasons that people are giving?

Reading carefully the reviews it looks like a great deal of people are saying that the company is legitimate, no one is saying that the company is deceiving people in any way, so the bad rating might be related to some of the negative aspects of it (read the cons section)

The Pros

  • Lots of jobs options to choose from each week
  • Fun environment
  • If helps you find actual jobs and avoid scams
  • The ability to work anywhere
  • The ability to set your own work hours

The Cons

  • Time consuming
  • Work is monotonous
  • Pay is low
  • No healthcare benefits
  • Lack of support
  • You have to pay them to get a job
  • Scheduling conflicts
  • Promises not fulfilled
  • Their jobs can be found for free all over the internet
  • Commission based pay
  • A no refunds policy. It’s hard to believe that the jobs they provide are legitimate if they don’t offer a refund

Is It Guaranteed that You Are Going to Get Hired?

The fact that after you register at their site you are going to be able to check only legitimate jobs is very important. Scams can cost you a lot of money and time. But after you get the information about the available jobs online, is it guaranteed that you are going to get hired? I mean, you could just post a gig on Fiverr and wait to get hired, but it’s not guaranteed.

First of all, you pay to get exposed to a list of legitimate jobs and according to MJO 98% of these jobs are exclusive to MJO, which means that you can’t find them elsewhere as well and for free. At least this is what they  say. So the competition wouldn’t be so high if you applied for these jobs because not a lot of people know about them. If this is true it could be easier to get hired with the help of this company compared to just listing your skills on freelance sites.

No, there’s no guarantee that after you pay for their list of jobs and apply to them you are going to get hired. Here’s what someone who reviewed the site said about this aspect:

Mommy Jobs Online

Also consider that the payment to join this company is not low either, it’s $85, which for someone who is unemployed is to much. The good thing is that this is a lifetime fee.

However, according to their website, 98% of people who register on their site will get hired to work full time or part time:

Online Mommy Jobs review

It is not guaranteed that you are going to get hired, but it is guaranteed that the jobs provided by them will only be legitimate ones.

How to Get Your First Interview

You can get started by going to their website (www.mommyjobsonline.com) and clicking on Join Now.

The jobs their offer are into the customer service, legal and medical, pretty much all kind of jobs which can be done online.

Mommy Jobs Online Salary

9 Mommy Jobs Online emplyees have shared their salary on GlassDoor. Here is their salary according to their job titles:

Online Mommy Jobs salary

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According to their website, the minimum you could make with their jobs is $10 per hour.

Online Mommy Jobs

Is Mommy Jobs Online a Scam?

No, they are not a scam. Mommy Jobs Online is also registered to (BBB) Better Business Bureau and are an accredited business there. 

Online Mommy Jobs at Better Business Bureau

However, some people feel like their job list is either too old or fake. 

Some people who have applied for jobs never received a reply and if you search some of the companies that they recommend to apply to you can see that those companies no longer exist.

However, one positive sign is that the company has been in the business for 14 years.

Despite of the negative reviews, I don’t think that Online Mommy Jobs is a scam. There may be some compaints but the company is working on improving. 

 

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