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Question DetailsAsked on 7/15/2015

is WWW.BossFree123.com a scam

I would like a work at home job, I saw this in my local newspaper but I would like to know if this is a scam?

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Hi Miram,

This is Sarah B. in Member Care. Thanks for posting!

We'll be happy to help find additional information on www.bossfree123.com for you, but it doesn't look like you have a subscription to the List yet. You can join by visiting www.angieslist.com or by giving us a call. Our call center is available 8:00 am-9:00 pm weekdays and 8:00-5:00 pm ET on Saturdays. If you join online, you can save 20% on an annual plan by using the promo code ANSWERS.

You can also verify some additional information to check if the business is legitimate:

1. Check the Better Business Bureau.
2. Find the company's physical address.
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4. Use a secure browser when accessing the website.

Thanks for your question and we look forward to assisting you, Miram!

Answered 4 years ago by Member Services

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Can't say about this one for sure - but web results do not look good. Google a search phrase like this - BossFree123 complaints - to read some.


A great percentage of work-at-home deals liek this are scams or pyramid schemes - basically, unless you already have a specific skill that you can use at home and go out and market it yourself to people you know in the trade already, chances are very high this will burn you. Other than babysitting and dog walking services, there are very few work-at-home businesses you can start from scratch (as opposed to already having a specific saleable skill) that can pay off.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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