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Date Added: 10/22/2009     Reviewer: Traces2757
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International Data Entry At Home Institute Description

The International Data Entry at Home Institute is a program run by business woman Jennifer Davis that provides training and certification for an online money-making system. The program teaches a data entry system that people can do from home and from which they can conceivably make a part-time to full-time income.

International Data Entry At Home Institute Detailed Overview

According to Jennifer Davis, the International Data Entry at Home Institute can be the answer to your money problems, and all that’s required is that you own a computer, know English and follow simple directions. By learning and become certified in her data entry system, you can earn money from home while working the hours that you choose instead of the hours that an employer chooses for you.

What is the data entry system that you learn through the International Data Entry Home Institute? Davis’ system teaches you how to become an “affiliate data entry processor”. The program provides a list of companies who need people to fill out forms for them and submit these forms to various places on the internet. According to Davis, you fill out these forms and get paid for it; it’s as easy as that.

Actually, the forms that you fill out are classified ads, and you have to place these ads in various classified sites on the internet. You don’t get paid just for filling out the ads; you get paid if someone purchases a product through a link that you place in the ad. It’s basic affiliate marketing, and it’s a little confusing as to why you need to be certified to do this. Davis does promise that if you buy into the program, which costs $97, you will be a part of a team that will give you ongoing support. There is also a 90-day money-back guarantee.

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International Data Entry At Home Institute Reputation

The majority of the feedback on International Data Entry at Home Institute is negative. Reports are that the training manuals simply tell you to choose a company and place ads for it, which anyone can do without having to pay to be “certified”. The address given for the company is actually the address of a UPS store. Last but not least, a lot of people have claimed that requests for refunds have either been completely ignored, or they have had to take stern action to get them. Overall consensus seems to be that this program is best avoided.

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I too lost my money

Just like some of the others I paid my money when I first starting looking for work from home opportunities. I thought that data entry would be right up my alley. I wanted a work at home job that I would be able to type some information and get paid. It didn't take long to realize that I was never going to make money with this particular website. I don't know if there is such a thing as a paying job doing data entry. I also found out the hard way by giving this person my money that I don't pay for anything anymore. There are plenty of ways to get information for free. I also agree with the others that the support they offer is not there. I didn't even get a response when I clicked on the support tab. The information that is given on the site is not all that helpful either. They supposedly have tutorials. I clicked on those and the only one I could get was for downloading Mozilla Firefox. I had already done that so that one was even useless. I truly wish that I had known about IMReport Card before signing up. When I see something now I always come here to check it out.
 
 


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avatar   by Peg on December 21, 2010 at 9:59 PM CST

 
 
 
I Need Advice

I signed up on Sunday for the online data entry institute (Jennifer Davis).. and I checked my online banking and saw that they charged me $97 twice! So I had to wait to Monday morning to get a hold of someone, they then told me I would receive a check for the refund in 14 days.. by this point I had been up most of the night going through the "members only" site.. finding it to be a bunch of rubbish. So I asked for a full refund with again another response saying in 14 days I should receive a check.. I called my bank and the credit is still pending from my account so they cannot do anything as of yet. I'm not very confident that I will receive any checks in 14 days... any ideas of what I should do? Dispute the charge through my bank.. call the institute everyday until I see my money! WISH I WOULD HAVE SEEN THIS SITE SOONER!
 
 


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avatar   by EdeeMarie on October 13, 2010 at 7:33 PM CST

 
 
 
Don't use International Data Entry at Home Institue by Jennifer Davis

Jennifer Davis is just a shell company to get you in and then she sends you to another company called Fortune Learning systems that will cost you quite a bit of money for them to set you up to do the data entry work that Ms. Davis describes. They never help you and their coaches never call, and when you finally get frustrated and try to get out they won't refund your money like they said they would.

These people cost me and my wife over $5000.

I recommend don't use these people unless you have money you want to throw away.
 
 


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avatar   by casper59 on September 2, 2010 at 9:39 AM CST

 
 
 
Unbelievable!

Please stay away from this product. I am in the process of trying to recover my $87. They informed me that if I paid $900 for a coach then I would be guaranteed success. Well I informed them that I only had the initial fee and since I did not have the extra $900 I needed my refund of $87. Please Please, skip this one, I should have come onto this type of website first but, I went to the BBB and found nothing so I proceeded, what a big mistake. I was extremely excited to jump in feet first because data entry is right up my alley!
 
 


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avatar   by luci_0626 on April 7, 2010 at 8:32 PM CST

 
 
 
Not good at all

I payed the 97$ that the site asks for to be "certificated", all that I was told was to post classified ads ! There was also not enough instructions on the site, it will not be an easy task for a beginner or a noob. I could of done that without being a certificated person, I contacted them but they didn't answer my two emails, they didn't send me any money back, so I lost my 97 dollars. I advise anyone that is looking for a good work from home site to stay away from this site, it is not worth the effort and your money !
 
 


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avatar   by wadhah on February 1, 2010 at 7:05 PM CST

 
 
 
Too Good to be True

I was looking out for online earning opportunity when I stumbled upon this Data Entry job that seemed to fit in well into what I was looking for. Without hesitation I quickly signed up and paid the the required fees so that I can start out immediately and get paid as what the feedback I read from their ads said. They claimed to have made a comfortable earning from this data entry job. Some of them seemed to be earning good money here and are recommending the site to others.

That was the biggest mistake I made, without checking the credibility of this site before signing up. After I paid up I waited for my first assignment but never received any from them. When I wrote to them they told me that it will be in a couple of days but their couple of days never did materialize as until now I have not only lost my money but also never got to see their data entry job as promised.

If something is too good to be true than be warned you should never attempt to continue to pursue the matter as it is most likely that it is a scam site. Do not be lured into all the feedback you read from the site. They are nothing but a bunch of lies. Do not pay for any upfront money for work online. We are supposed to earn money from them and not for us to pay them. This is the biggest blunder I made to believe in something that is too good to be true.
 
 


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avatar   by inai on January 31, 2010 at 11:18 AM CST

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Not good at all, disappointing

This is basically affiliate marketing, but made way more complex. The steep price of 97 dollars was completely wasted: yes, the money back guarantee failed as well. They required me to be a certified person and it took a while for me to get that rank. After that, they gave some really simple instructions and I started filling out ads.

So what came next? Boredom, and finally uselessness. I thought that there would be lots of instructions because it sounded like a complex system to work with, but all that there was was the site - that was extremely disappointing. Working through all the data entry was like doing affiliate marketing, except way more tiring and costly. You need a lot of work, unlike what the company says.

Also, their support is REALLY slow. I sent a message to them inquiring for more information, and they replied back next week which was like 5 days later. I was tired of all of that by that time.

Do not fall for this. It's like a scam, but hidden.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by imreportcardftw on January 31, 2010 at 9:42 AM CST

 
 
 
Jennifer Davis -- Online Data Entry Institute -- Stay Away

I wanted to comment because I also paid $97 for this program because I had just been laid off. I wanted to do online data entry and/or typing. I was given access to the "members only" site, which has tabs describing the various programs (data entry, proofreading, secretarial service, etc. ) that the Institute offers. There's a picture of Jennifer Davis on the site holding a bunch of cash. My understanding when I bought the program was that I would receive training materials. I didn't receive anything, and the information on the site wasn't very helpful. They suggest you start with the global online marketing, which involves choosing from a list of companies, which products you want to market and then creating a "hoplink" between the company's website and your website so that you can promote the products. You get paid when someone clicks on your hoplink and buys the product.

I was thinking about canceling (they do have a 90-day money back guarantee) because I couldn't see how the website was worth $97. I just hung up on a representative from their "marketing department" who said that he needed to know my financial goals in order for the company to decide whether or not to work with me and assign me a business coach. He said that I wouldn't make enough money to reach these goals (before I even told him what they were)by just doing data entry -- I needed to have a residual income. I asked him exactly what I would be doing to earn this "residual income", and he said it didn't matter -- all he wanted was to find out what my goals were and how motivated I was so that they could help me succeed and then I would give them a testimonial! He asked some very personal questions like if I'd talked to my husband about working from home, what my husband's salary was, etc. I kept telling him that if I wouldn't be doing online data entry, then I wanted to know what I would be doing before I committed to it, and he kept saying it didn't matter. I told him that I wanted to cancel, and he kept asking questions, so I hung up on him. Now I'm going to try and get my money back, but according to the other posts, I may not. It's scary how many scams are out there.
 
 


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avatar   by mbschultz57 on January 29, 2010 at 11:49 AM CST

 
 
 
Yet Another Data Entry Scam

I fall for these type of scams easily because they promise a lot for a little work. Typical human nature to desire something that good. I feel stupid now for falling into this. I couldn't get this working for me so first thing I did was contact support. I waited a couple of days, and just when I was about to give up, they responded back. Is that a good thing? No. I told them this is too confusing for me and I want my money back, they gave me a number which was supposed to confirm that they have in fact refunded my money. I called my card company to check if this is true. It isn't. I tried contacting them again, they might have given me one wrong number and it might have been an honest mistake. Well, nobody's responded to me ever since. But fortunately, I wasn't billed because I was patient enough to follow up with my card company and explain to them my situation. Just a thought. Why would any company pay people to review their website? It says there at the bottom of the sales page. If people are seeing positive results from your product, they should be more than happy to make a testimonial without a dime. Hmm...
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by pehpot on December 20, 2009 at 12:06 PM CST

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Online data entry institute by Jennifer Davis

I purchased this product because I just got laid off. I thought from what I read that I would be doing data entry for various well know companies. Instead for $87 I received an e-mail telling me to post ads, to join clickbank and create a hoplink and post ads in free classified websites. That I would be earning at least $384 a day. Well I have 883 ads on free classified ads and haven't made anything. I've tried to call or e-mail for help to see if I'm doing what they said correctly but all I'm getting is phone calls telling me they want to help me get out of debt and then they can work with me to set up a business plan. They ask for very personal information and when I ask for information on Jennifer Davis all they say is to go to her website. I am new at all of this and I don't understand the in's and out's of setting up websites and selling ads. I sure wouldn't recommend this program, you can't even get your money back.
 
 


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avatar   by greenetree on December 9, 2009 at 1:36 PM CST

 
 
 
It's best to look elsewhere

I signed up for the International Data Entry At Home Institute thinking that it would be a good way to make an additional income. After I paid my fee of $97 all I received was headache. The information that was supposed to be provided was useless and not worth anything to me. To me, this information had nothing to do with data entry.

The list of companies that were provided left a lot to be desired. Most of the names on the list I recognized but there were a few of them that I didn't. After searching online for information to these companies that looked strange, I found out that they really were not companies. They were just some fly-by-night website that had nothing to do with data entry.

I learned very quickly at the beginning that I had to post ads up in classifieds which left me wondering why I had to be certified. I also learned that in order to ever get a commission from this, someone had to purchase something after reading the ad. I found this to be a waste of time and money.

This is not a true data entry job as the owner describes. It is just a way for her to get your money and run. After seeing that this was nothing but an apparent farce, I asked for refund. After a month and a half of not hearing back, I contacted my credit card company and got the money back that way.

I would have to say that if you want to earn income like this, you can definitely do it for free. Save your money and do not waste it here. You will be very disappointed.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by kyleskorner on October 23, 2009 at 10:07 AM CST

 
 
 
It’s a waste of money

The International Data Entry at Home Institute teaches us a system to make money online by doing data entry. They say that all you need is to have good English skills and internet connection. They also say that you will be able to earn a lot of money with absolutely no investment. If you buy this you will get a list of companies. The reality is that you will have to place some ads on different internet websites.

I recently purchased this program and I have to say that I am very disappointed. All they provide is a list of companies where you can complete ads, but this I could have found without paying any money. I see that I didn’t even have to be certified to do this "job". Anybody can do it. This is why I would like to advise everybody not to buy this product. It’s a waste of money.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by roxanam on October 23, 2009 at 7:55 AM CST

 
 
 
A Waste Of Money!

I was lured into buying access into this website a while back when I was first venturing into data entry online. I have thus given up on finding a data entry job, in part due to this website. I was completely dissatisfied. They said they would give me a list of companies and I never got an actual list of REAL companies. Also, this is not true data entry which I found out after I enrolled for a very hefty price, if I do say so myself. Also, the tutorials that I received were basically useless, they gave almost no specific information and were all very vague. Also, I asked for a refund because they had a money back guarantee, but I never received my money back even after pestering their support team. I would stay away from this site as they are practically stealing your money with the useless information they provide to you.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by jacob959 on October 22, 2009 at 9:46 PM CST

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