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Question DetailsAsked on 6/17/2014

Does anyone know a company who offers honest "work at home" opportunities?

Have been receiving numerous e-mail ads for "work at home" typing jobs, and want to know how to determine what is actually legitimate.

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Here is a prior comment I made on a similar question that might be helpful -

Also a couple of others right below this answer.

Unless these are people directly asking you to do work for them AND you already have an at-home typing business so these are referral clients, ask yourelf this question:

Do you really thing, in this environment where most things are done by computer so "typists" are rarely needed anymore anyway, and with the availability of unemployed looking for work, that some company is going to send out blind, blanket eMails looking for typists if it is NOT a scam ?

If it sounds too gog to be true, it almost always is - and in my opinion, in one form or another, almost all work at home offers (as opposed to work at home business where you have an established skillthat YOU then go OUT and get clients for), are either a scam or even if not a scam, generally not goingto make you a profit.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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