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Question DetailsAsked on 12/30/2016

do you know of a legitimate work from home job? I am not looking to start a business, just something to add.

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Definitely a buyer beware proposition, work at home schemes are. Many if not most are either out and out scams, pyramid schemes (including multi-level marketing schemes), etc. Basically, unless you already have a skill in demand and can market that to companies needing that skill, or can turn your existing skills into a saleable home business, work at home schemes VERY rarely produce a desireable result and commonly just try to suck you dry of what assets you have and are trying to protect.

Here are a couple of links to previous similar questions with answers which might help too - there are also many warning sites at the Federal Trade Commission, Consumer PRotection Agency, federal and state Attorney General websites and such about the hazards of signing onto an advertised work-at-home "opportunity".


Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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