Avoiding Work From Home Scams
Avoiding Work From Home Scams

While thinking about making money, it's also important to note how to avoid losing it too. While there are many legitimate ways to make money at home, there are also plenty of scammers out there too. Christine Durst, author of The Rat Race Rebellion, says her research indicates the ratio of scams to legitimate opportunities is 42 to 1.

I responded to ads to stuff envelopes that boasted the ability to earn up to $1,500 a week with little effort. Though I was highly skeptical, I bought a dozen different starter kits for $20 to $50 each, figuring one might work. Each instructed me to mail flyers aimed at recruiting other people to stuff envelopes. I wasn't promoting a product or service I was just told to get other people to stuff envelopes with the same offer. If they purchased the same kit, I'd receive a commission. I'm pretty resourceful, yet I couldn't get this to pan out. Not a single cent. Recruiting people to stuff envelopes is the oldest work-from-home gimmick that fools people every day. Don't be one of them.

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