Ryan Stephens Marketing

Is Ryan Stephens Online Home Careers a Scam?

In short, yes.

But I’m not that Ryan Stephens.

Judging by my recent traffic, someone with my namesake is pedaling some “work from home and make millions of dollars” nonsense.

Stop wasting your time. I assure you that it’s a scam.

Here’s the rub. If you’re one of those people looking to get rich quick exerting minimal effort and working in your pajamas then you landed on the wrong blog. I’m not rich and neither is the clown trying to convince to throw away $97 dollars.

I have news for you. If it sounds too good to be true… IT IS!

Look I get it. I really do.

You would love to pay off your debt. You hate your job and fantasize about being your own boss. You want spend more time with your family. Maybe you just want to supplement your income.

Most people have been there at some point in their lives. I assure you that the Adam Baker’s, and the Ashley Ambirge’s of the world exist. They did it.

But guess what!?

They worked their asses off.

I know a lot of people that make a full time living online. And I’d be happy to link you to their blog(s) or even introduce you to one of them if you’re serious about learning.

But if not — if you’re just trying to get rich quick with some online home career bullshit, then kindly hit back and don’t come back to this blog.

I have a full-time job that I love for an organization I believe in.

I make a little beer money on the side helping people with the following:

  • Creating integrated digital strategies that drive revenue.
  • Establishing a relationship between social media metrics and business metrics
  • Facilitating intelligent growth for online communities
  • Leveraging social technologies to scale external marketing efforts and an internal culture of sharing

Beyond that I’m particularly interested in extending the internet/web/mobile disruption we’ve seen in media to other industries like education and healthcare in order to address the challenging economic and social issues of our time.

I also read a lot of business books and bitch about education in America.

If any of those things tickle your fancy then by all means, let’s connect. Or if I can help you achieve your goals (or connect you with someone else who can help you), I’d love to hear from you.

But to reiterate, if you stumbled across this blog because you were looking to get rich quick and start a career working online from home you’re shit out of luck.

Stop waiting for hand outs and start grinding.

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  • http://dogandpets.com Ken N

    The service I got sucked, and I was told I could get a refund from Online Home Careers up to a year after joining, even got a call from someone a month ago, told them I was having problems with website, serice was lousy and rude. A young woman calls me yesterday tells me I can still get a refund. Then calls me today and tells me I cant, what bullshit. I hope online Home Careers goes under. Its companies like this that ruin it for the honest ones out there.
    Ken N

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    Suzy Reply:

    I read today where the BBB has been helpful in resolving these issues.  Worth a try?

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    ryanstephens Reply:

     @55fbf4b36cb6bfb436c9d9ad2f9194c0:disqus – I really hate that you had a lousy experience. I don’t know much about the scam aside from the fact that someone participating in it shares my name. And you’re right…there’s a lot of crappy companies and organizations that make honest, hard-working people skeptical of people and services that could actually help them.

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  • suzette

    I bought the on line course for 97.00. I had never done anything like this and of course I was nervous and hoping that is it was real so i push the accept/payment button and hoped i had not just got taken. when i went the website to sign in i had trouble and had to contact an on line home career representative. The person i talked to was friendly enough but some red flags started to raise up right away when she wanted me to give her my password to get onto the site and she would set it up. I thought you should never give out your password. next she tried to sell me more products and upgrades. I declined. I still haven’t assess the site. Just nervous that i will get taken even more. After two months someone from on line careers call my home and spoke with such urgency in their voice that they got my emails and that they could not help me unless i called them back, spoke personally with me. Well i have not them any emails in the pass two months and wonder what kind of game they are playing. They may have robbed me of the 98.00 but they will get nothing else from me. THEIVES

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    John Gen Reply:

    Me too. You’re not alone. I had some extra money and thought I’d join the best rated online scams. Yes, legitimate media organizations are endorsing these pieces of shit. Every time I request a cancellation, I get a phone call with the hard sell asking me “What compelled” me to join. Sickening. They read from a script. I wrote to the UT attorney general office about it but I think I’m screwed out of $98 and will have to change my debit card to avoid future charges.

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  • Mike

    Ryan,

    I loved this post. I agree with you fully. As a matter of fact, I am researching these get rich quick scams for my own blog (coming soon) because I want to help people avoid that crap. Times are hard enough right now and unfortunately, there are people out there preying on the misfortune and desperation of others. If possible, I would like to speak with you in a more private setting (such as email) if you wouldn’t mind. As a matter of fact, I am subscribing to your blog now. I look forward to reading more.

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    ryanstephens Reply:

    @2ea1fd2f33396dbcebb6e4a865c9ae9c:disqus  – Feel free to reach out to me at ryanstephensmarketing(at)gmail.com to discuss further.

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    gicel Reply:

    You don’t look like the guy on the dvd i received named ryan stephens from online home careers.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_Z4OCCOPA3IECAUEGKDHVSQ3KLY cesar

     the moral lesson is be patient and  do some research / reviews  on the internet.. there are many of them  before giving up  your hard earned money.. 

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  • Sherylhaines

    Thanks for catching me!  I was wary and found your blog.  I am a woman who currently works online legitimately in medical transcription, and I also teach medical transcription online.  I really choke when I see all the ads for Be an MT – work from home scams.  I did it the hard way – I went to school – and I paid my dues getting experience.  All those websites do is earn money because some fool followed their link to the easy way.  Years ago, I was one of those fools myself, being desperate for income.

    Having said that, I do work very hard for my money but being an MT online is a very thankless job.  We’ve had a recent takeover in my company where a larger international corporation bought us out and our pay has now been decreased from $1.20 Canadian per dictated minute to 55 cents per dictated minute.  More than a half of my income is gone out the window.

    And having said this, I do require further income.  You stated above that you could point me towards people who could seriously help me create further income if I’m serious about working and earning.

    How would I go about connecting with you privately to be able to obtain this information?

    Thanks for saving me from a huge error!

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    ryanstephens Reply:

     @aa50b13ad995a1beaac95ca24234bd39:disqus – Feel free to shoot me a note at ryanstephensmarketing(at)gmail.com and I’d be happy to share with you some resources that I have learned from. I want to preface with the fact that there’s nothing easy about it. There’s no magic button to push. It was work. I spent a lot of time learning, testing and creating to find something that worked for me and allowed me to earn some extra in addition to the 9-5.

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  • Marieyolandawright

    I saw their ad as soon as i went online today said some news reporter researched a mothers experience with the company. So I looked into it dam it did look good and that 365 day refund catches you… who has that usually only 60 to 90 day period. I looked further yup says availible in my area. No I didnt give any personal info. KEPT LOOKING  soon I found myself looking at cost of online packege and application. When I became sceptical so I pres the back arrow, a pop up appeared bringing price down to 70 some dollars if I stayed on page. I then clicked to stay on the page. then I clicked back again and again the price went down now to about $ 50. Seriously thinking it over then I went out and searched if it was a scam. Luckly thank you! This is all crazy! I know there are real ways to make a living online but its exausting trying to find a real one. Im a married mother of 4 no point of paying babysitter would be my whole check. I would like info on a legit way of working from home. But this was deffinatly not the right way. I do not have twitter account yet but if you have any pointers please let me know thanx again.

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    ryanstephens Reply:

     @e1be6faea7822337200eb8f51a56ad14:disqus – There’s countless ways; some better than others. If it sounds easy… If it sounds like a magic bullet then it’s probably nonsense. Earning a full-time living online takes a lot of work. I have a traditional 9-6 job and leverage what I’ve learned online to consult with small businesses online.

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