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and I' m not sure if they're legit or not. All of them say that you can work as much as I want and make as much as I want, but that's overwhelming for any information they give me.
Hallo @s897372l I'm sorry to say that the old saying goes: "If it is too good to be real, it is too good to be real". Do you work as much as you want, do you do as much as you want for a business that doesn't have the trouble giving you its contacts?
Well, to me, it seems like a con.
Imaginative consumer: Eliminate Work at Home Scams
New Jersey residents were the inspiration for this week's article when they asked for a Workat-home program. Like always, I like to hear from you. I suppose with the scarce economies many folks are trying to find ways to earn additional cash. Sad to say, 99. 9% of the work from the home offerings are frauds designed to take your cash -- don't make it.
Over the last few weeks I have been receiving several e-mails relating to work at home and handling discounts for consumers. A site expressly warrants that it will work or your back doubles your cash you are spending in advance. Reply I could see that the occasion was a forgery before I even made it. Had you known of a great, simple and assured way to make a living, would you send an email to a stranger to tell them about it?
Every commercial possibility, every drug, every capital expenditure or every item that comes to you via e-mail is suspicious. "This works or doubles the amount of your cash you pay up front. "Every time a deal involves you spending cash to make a profit, it's a treacherous scam.
Consumers' rebate schemes are only the latest trend. These are some of the classical work-at-home frauds of all times. Advertisements say that you can make cash by putting together jewellery, kink tricks and home decoration. Paid in advance for a set full of resources. And Danielle W. wanted something she could do at home while on motherhood vacation.
Enveloping is the other classical work at home system. "Add an additional $200 a weeks with filled envelopes. "You will be asked in the advertisements to pay for more information. Once you submit your cheque, you will receive a package explaining how to enter the filling shop. There is no such thing as legit trade.
This is the only Envelope Filling that' called in. Mail inspector's bureau is considering filling an expensive, clandestine mail with envelopes. Frequently, envelopes mean that there are large business customers who are willing to buy money from those who are preparing their mailing for them. When I was on TV, I would fold, fill and lick as many envelopes as I could in one second.
5 envelopes. That' three hundred envelopes an hour-- if I don't have a stab wound on my tongue. Mmm. On the other hand, mail order professionals have machinery that can collect, crease, fill and close 5000 envelopes per minute. I would never believe that a Work at Home quote would be sent by e-mail, promoted in the classifieds section of the magazine or post on a mast.
When you want to work from home, find a reputable, well-known business and see if it provides teleworking. So if you persist in following a Work at Home offering that you see promoted, find out the company's name and telephone number and verify its reputations with the Better Business Bureau and your local and state CPAs.
U.S. Postal Inspector is investigating many work-at-home frauds because they are usually sent by post. When your package is otherwise shipped, please consult your National and State Bureau of Public Safety and your Prosecutor General. Report a grievance to the Better Business Bureau to alert other shoppers that you have had a poor one.