Is Laid Off To Paid Off a Scam? Or is It Legit?

What is Laid Off To Paid Off? Is it a scam? How does it work? Its name suggests that you can get laid off from your job but you will is laid off to paid off a scamstill be paid by this amazing Laid Off To Paid Off system. This post will enlighten you about the truth of Laid Off To Paid Off!

How It Works

Laid Off To Paid Off is basically just another one of those “bridge” programs. You will see what I mean in a minute.

Laid Off To Paid Off is just a way for its owner to get you to sign up to a different program. Actually, to two different programs: Zip Nada Zilch and Cash Blurbs.

If you haven’t yet read my review of Zip Nada Zilch, feel free to do so now. However, if you don’t have the patience, here’s the gist of it: You get $20 for every person you refer to Zip Nada Zilch.

Now, when you will be sent to Laid Off To Paid Off, you will be told to sign up at Zip Nada Zilch and complete a free trial offer or make a purchase. The person who referred you to Laid Off To Paid Off will then earn $20.

You will then be told to sign up for Cash Blurbs. Cash Blurbs has a free and a paid membership, and if you sign up to the paid membership, the person who referred you will get a commission. Here is a more thorough review of Cash Blurbs.

You can not sign up for Laid Off To Paid Off directly through their website. You must click a link on someone else’s website (or email or social media post). That website owner will earn money through this.

After signing up, you can then post your own Laid Off To Paid Off link on your website. If someone signs up to Laid Off To Paid Off and subsequently to Zip Nada Zilch, you will earn $20.

So There It Is — A Bridge Website

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Step 1: Zip Nada Zilch Step 2: Cash Blurbs

Yes, you can just send people to Zip Nada Zilch. Yes, you can just send people to Cash Blurbs.

The point of Laid Off To Paid Off is that you can send them to just one website that has a two-step sign up process: Step One is signing up to Zip Nada Zilch and Step Two is signing up to Cash Blurbs. You get to kill two birds with one stone.

Laid Off To Paid Off Tools and Training

There is no training on how to refer people to Laid Off To Paid Off. All you get is a referral link and some general information on how to post your links on your website and ad networks. You are also given a small list of ad networks that you can use to advertise your Laid Off To Paid Off link.

So, Is Laid Off To Paid Off a Scam? Can It Really Be True?

Again, it’s a deceptive process. You will be scamming people on social media, email, or on your website with your Laid Off To Paid Off link, telling them that they can earn lots of money. This, while you know full well that you will be earning money by having them sign up to multiple programs.

You can only sign up through someone’s referral link, but I will not be posting one because I do not believe that this is an honest business model.

If you want to really learn how to earn money by referring people, in a totally honest way, click here.

Verdict:

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12 Comments

  1. Smithg670

    what are some really good and popular websites for blogging? ??

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Smith,

      Do you mean blogging for other people in order to get paid or blogging on your own website?

      If you want to blog for other companies, I would recommend Blogmutt. You can get paid $8 per blog post.

      If you want to learn how to set up your own website, check out Wealthy Affiliate. It will teach you all you need to know about setting up a blog, and even give you two free blogs.

      Reply
  2. Rene

    Hi Ben,

    I think this kind of “online business” is one of the reasons why online marketing has such a bad reputation.

    You said that you have to make a purchase. I wonder though what that actually could be and why people would buy it?

    Another question that crossed my mind is if someone signs up for a free trial why you still would earn $20?

    Where does the money actually come from?

    But anyway, if there is no real value behind it then those who got the referral by you will have to either do the same or simply stop trusting you which wouldn’t be beneficial if you plan something more sustainable.

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      You are not purchasing anything or doing a free trial at ZNZ itself. Rather, you are doing it at one of the many companies that advertise on ZNZ. These companies have big budgets and are willing to pay ZNZ just to get people to do free trials, because they know that a percentage of these people will not cancel their trial and will end up paying. I hope this clears things up. If not, just reply to this comment.

      Reply
  3. Neil

    I know for a fact that Laid Off To Paid Off is a SCAM! Why? Because any program that feels the urge to promote big houses, expensive cars and money, is always a sign of a scam!

    I do not rate this online program whatsoever because it scams people out of money and offers nothing of value.

    Thanks for your review, and I’ll certainly stay away from LOTPO!

    Neil

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Yes, Neil, I always recommend you stay away from online get-rich schemes that show you pictures of luxury cars, million-dollar mansions, and vacation resorts…

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  4. Steven

    I’m glad you’re doing these reviews because I hate getting a bad deal I was going to ask what kind of training they provided that would make it worth while. But it sounds like you’re doing most of the guess work on your own. There are better products that offer the same benefits.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi, Steven, I am glad you enjoyed the review 🙂

      Reply
  5. Jason

    It really does work

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Jason,

      Not everything that “works” is honest and legit. Robbing the bank with a gun also “works” and earns you money. It’s not the same, but I do not believe that this is an honest business model.

      All the best,

      Ben

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  6. Jeff

    Hi Ben,
    Oh man this has to be one of the most ridiculous schemes/scams seen on the Internet. The fact that you cannot even join this organization through their own website speaks volumes for its authenticity – or should I say the lack of it.

    Then once you join you’d end up spamming people through spurious emails, social media and your a website trying to entice them to sign up underneath you is just pure silliness.

    Is this fraud company’s payout model based on a pyramid scheme – people several levels down from you all turning over their money to you even though they would do work attracting others?

    Even the names in those two other associated companies – “Zip Nada Zilch” and “Cash Blurbs” sound moronic. Unfortunately though as there still are people who go all into this scams believing in a fantasy that they would eventually become rich is but a reason why so many of them still pollute the Internet.

    Thanks for letting your readers know about the 100% fraudulent opportunity that this company truly is!
    Jeff

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      It is not a pyramid scheme because you only get paid for your own referrals, not your referrals’ referrals. However, it is a chain type of scheme, where everyone just refers new people. That’s the entire company.

      Reply

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