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Mandymo 1987 - I'd say if you saw this kind of ad and thought it looks real, you'd have to tune up your cheating - I think you're a little too credulous. Particularly since this obviously said it prepaid you - can you imagine any legal firm would pay Joe off the road they don't know and have only corresponding with maybve one or two times in advance? Yes, I'm not sure.
Damn - even those who have worked for the same business for years are not prepaid! The most - or probably almost all - of this promoted work at home "opportunities" are fraud or polyramid schemas or just a way to get your plastic cards or check bank accounts, no better than the infamous popular mechanics ad that ran for ages and said, $1 or $5 or whatever to study how to earn $1,000 a month - and upon receipt of the cash, the bloke sent back a picture card that said, to place an ad in newspapers or periodicals that tells folks to tell folks to return a piece of paper that said, "Place an ad in newspapers or magazines," or just a way to get your plastic cards or check your bank accounts information, no better than the popular mechanics ad that ran for ages and said, "Send $1 or $5 or whatever to study how to earn $1,000 a month. Don't forget," he said.
For many years, the German state tried to turn it off, but the court considered it legitimate because the DID type made well over $1,000 a month with its plan, only by raising funds sent to it and told them to do what it did. Generally, unless you already have a specialized capability that you can commercialize yourself and operate from home, work-to-house drafts are almost always an out and out con or a pyramidal schema in which whatever currency you make (if they actually are paying you something at all) is from directing other folks to log on, not from doing any work or selling.