Is Leapforce Legit?

Is Leapforce Legit?

There are so many companies out there now that are providing work from home jobs but not all of them are legitimate. You really need to be careful when finding something that looks too good to be true. And that’s where I come in. I’ve been scammed plenty over the years and I really don’t want to see you get scammed! So Leapforce is on the table today. Is Leapforce legit? Let’s check it out.

As of November 2017, Leepforce was acquired by Appen, an Australian company

Before you start reading this review, please be aware that there’s a scam going around whereby people are being asked to buy $50 cards in order to get access to Leapforce. This is a scam. Please do not fall for this.

Leapforce no longer exists. If you type the URL into a browser window, it will either come up blank or you will be redirected to Appen. You can read more about the accquisition by clicking this link.

 

Leapforce is a marketplace for work-from-home jobs that are available in many different countries–not just in the U.S. As long as you don’t mind doing research this could be a good gig for you. This review contains information on the Search Engine Evaluator job. 

Leapforce Requirements

Leapforce is similar to Lionbridge in that you will be required to pass an exam before you are offered a job with them. If you fail the first time you may be eligible for a one-time retake exam. The qualification process takes about 14 days. Other requirements include:

  • Must be 18 years of age
  • High speed Internet connection
  • Up to date computer with up to date anti-virus software
  • Google Chrome web browser
  • Web research and analytical skills
  • Only one evaluator per household
  • Must also be able to use the latest Android software for mobile phones
  • You should also be able to work well alone; good time management skills

Most people that are of legal age can meet the require