Update: As of June 6, 2011, this post has been totally removed from the Google SERPs. I don't know the reason behind it, but obviously this post has a lot of potential to damage the sly scheme of the people behind realtranslatorjobs.com. If you manage to fall on this page by any means and you like what's written here, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. Thank you.
I just finished posting an article about Google AdSense's surprising change to the AdChoices label when I got into this Indian site and somehow the phrase "Earn P10,000 a day as a translator" caught my eye. It was from a realtranslatorjobs.com website.
So I got into the site. It had a spiel saying that many companies are in need of translators yada yada yada, that you'll earn this amount when you join them. It even had random testimonials with six dollar figures, implying that if you work with them you'll have a chance to earn this huge sum too. Honestly I smelled something fishy but I continued on. Whatever, right?
But as I scrolled down through the window, I saw a coupon code click box and a PayPal and Visa link text with Clickbank connected as the link page. At this instant I knew it was a scam. The website realtranslatorjobs.com was asking me $68.00 as membership fee, that I need to pay this amount in order to earn. When I entered the 50% coupon code beside it, the amount suddenly turned to $34.00. I mean, what kind of idiot would not see through this scam? Come on, you're telling me that I have to pay $34.00 first before I could work for this website as a translator knowing that they'll also have a cut on my translation work fees? Man, these people are duuuuumb.
So anyway, I googled for the phrase "realtranslatorjobs.com." Guess what? The first 10 pages you'll see in the SERPs about the said website are all fake review websites saying that realtranslatorjobs.com isn't a scam. There's more: Each fake .com site has a hop link to Clickbank. This means that if you click through these fake website links to realtranslatorjobs.com and you pay $34.00 as a membership fee, the owners of those fake websites will also get a cut of your money. Wow, is that pure greed or what? But wait, there's absolutely more!: All these fake websites literally are copies of each other. It's copy-pasting text at its finest.
By simply flooding the SERPs with fake websites saying "realtranslatorjobs.com isn't a scam" with Clickbank links plastered all around it, you're just convincing people more that REALTRANSLATORJOBS.COM IS A SCAM. And even if you go to page 15 of the SERPs, you'll still get lot of fake review websites. And if you still signed up and paid $34.00, I'm sorry to say this but you're a moronic idiot buffoon living in a cave with your momma.
Realtranslatorjobs.com has a Page Rank of 0 and an Alexa Rank of 1,834,794. Meanwhile, this blog ranks 267,176. The reason why all these fake websites are topping the Google SERPs is that no one gives half a mind with this scam.
What, you really think you'll earn $180,000 as a translator? If this was such a hot job then it would've hit the news and everybody would've been translators by now. Heck, that's three-fold the average annual salary of accountants in the United States of America! Also, check THIS.
It's funny how hard people would try to swindle money from other people by creating a ruse and lots of fake sites. I know I shouldn't have bothered creating a post about it seeing that nobody even knows that realtranslatorjobs.com exist, but I don't roll like that.
I hope that this post will reach the number one post in the SERPs for the phrase "realtranslatorjobs.com scam" just to warn people before they get ripped of a good $34.00.
'Till my next installment.