Try Home Basics Amazon Tester: Scam or Legit?

Looking for the Basics Tester Amazon product tester video for basicstester com? Here’s that video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPjmFfyA8H4.

Try Home Basics Amazon tester and tryhomebasics.com scam and reviews and Reddit is what people were looking for on Google and they want to know if it’s legit and it’s a website that says “Amazon” and “Become an Amazon Product Tester” and “Limited spots available. You will hear back within 24 hours after submitting your application. APPLY NOW. No resume or prior experience is needed.” I usually create videos about CBD and keto gummies scams but this one is a little bit different.

From my research, it appeared that there were no Amazon tester jobs available through Try Home Basics on tryhomebasics.com. At the same time, the website does not contain malware or anything similar as people were curious if it was a scam which should please people looking up Reddit and reviews, too. However, that doesn’t mean that sites leading away from the website don’t contain malware, as can be the case with links on lots of websites. I usually don’t see much malware associated with other scams, such as CBD and keto gummies scams.

Here’s what Try Home Basics on tryhomebasics.com appears to be according to what I found with my personal opinion. It looks to be an affiliate link for startacareertoday.com which is a website that looks like it’s a job search engine. In the signup process for that website, it will ask if you want to opt in for something called “marketing partners,” some of which looked like the kinds of rewards and prizes survey scam websites that will make big promises such as $750 via Cash App for taking a few surveys. If enough people opt in for the “marketing partners,” then perhaps the Try Home Basics creator on tryhomebasics.com gets some affiliate commission to make up for the ads that might be out there. That’s my personal opinion. Also, my personal recommendation when looking for jobs is to stick with Google or Indeed.com, for example. Just mentioning CBD and keto gummies one more time for the description.

So again, people on Google were looking for reviews and Reddit and answers about whether or not Try Home Basics on tryhomebasics.com was a scam or legit, and they were looking it up quite late at night, perhaps after seeing ads on TikTok or elsewhere. The reason I keep saying these keywords over and over is to try to make it to where people looking for answers can find my video, so sorry for the repetition.

I hope you got something out of this video. I’m making all of these videos on my own time on nights and weekends to help people. There’s just not enough time during the day to publish reporting about all of the potential scams out there, so I am spending my free time to help people out, so again, please click the Like button, the thumbs up button, and that will tell Google and YouTube my video has some value, and maybe then it’ll rank highly, and therefore someone might be able to receive answers.

Again, my personal opinion is to stick with job search websites you’re familiar with and to not give out your personal and financial data to websites you’ve never heard of.

Feel free to share your story in the comments below. Thanks so much for watching.

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