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Question DetailsAsked on 1/9/2015

is a scm

i`m interested in this but not sure if is safe

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Here is another response to the same question posted some time ago -

Basically speaking, almost all these work at home schemes involve either a pyramid scheme, or involve charging you for materials, mailing lists, supplies, various fees, etc until you figure out you are losing money on the deal.

Basically speaking, people who believe a company is going to pay them significant amounts of money to stuff envelopes and mail them are kidding themselves, because a company can have it done by machine at a few cents per item plus, plus save substantially on postage by using digital-stamped, pre-sorted bulk mailing rates.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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