Earn Cash from home Stuffing EnvelopesMake Money From Home Filling Envelopes
Could I really earn tens of millions of dollars per weeks with envelopes, as the phone masts say?
#Is the "work at home" ad legal or is it a fraud? Anyone who actually has envelopes registered at home and receives cash for every one they send? You can see them on telephones masts, wall panels and in the classifieds section. #A career guide on a mast probably isn't much to look forward to next year right now maybe more #
With envelopes all stuffed in, this show is a tried and tested no-show. They found a small ad with the inscription: "Earn $$$$$$$ at home with envelopes. Then she sent the cash and got a sheet of parchment back, telling her to place classifieds in papers that said, "Earn $$$$$$ at home with envelopes." #And the Federal Trade Commission has tracked down businesses that offer a lot of cash for part-time work at home, such as enveloping, health care invoicing, electronics assembling, stitching and craft.
Principally, the plans work on the same idea: sending us cash (sometimes tens of thousand of dollars); sending you obsolete accounting systems, unmounted inexpensive bear teddies and stitching accessories, or printed circuits and brazing tools; then you have to resell the invoicing/circuit boards/taeddy bears/yourself. Businesses are in businesses with pointless softwares and kitschy bear teddies that aren't designed to make you a prosperous lady.
Even more serious, if you cannot pay in advance, they will find a way to finance you at very interesting interest rates. FTC's response involved coin-operated telephone, merchandising racks and automatic machines fraud, which also affected humans from telephone masts and small advertisements. #FTC sec, each of these firms are legally obligated to give you the name, address and telephone number of at least 10 persons in your area who have already made an investment in their plans, and to receive all incoming claim in written form (this will not make them real, it will only give you a little something to take to justice if you have to take them to court).
Contact the Better Business Bureau and the prosecution (1-877-FTC-HELP or www.ftc.gov) before providing funds for a comprehensive work-to-house scheme.