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Identifying Work at Home Scams

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Finding a legitimate work at home opportunity can be hard. Everyone wants to earn extra cash from home, but no one wants to fall victim to a work at home scam when looking for home based employment. In order to evaluate work at home opportunities, you need to know some things to look for when deciding how to work at home.

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Topic starter Posted : 16/07/2010 5:57 am
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Re: Identifying Work at Home Scams

Scams make persons accept as true employed at hoe is not real work and that it is not worth the time. This directs many employers to overlook the work at dwelling candidates that could really be beneficial to their company. A bad outlook of employed at dwelling injures every person because employed at hoe is a large opening for employees and a large advantage to employers.

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Posted : 29/06/2012 7:15 pm
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Re: Identifying Work at Home Scams

I think permanent job is better, doesn’t matter what’s job timing the most important is how much earn you by this job, I wouldn’t say that home base is scam however permanent job is better than.

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Posted : 04/07/2012 12:57 pm
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Re: Identifying Work at Home Scams

Working at home is great if you are self-employed, or have a legitimate company to work for. Any job is a risk, there are underlying factors that can cause everything to fall apart, the important thing to consider is the company you will work for, and whether this is the best 'time and work : money' ratio you can get at the moment.

Posted : 05/07/2012 10:38 am
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It's very good to have a Job which is home based.But nowadays there are many online scamming Companies are in action.
They can cheat with you so you should very careful about the company when you're going to work with.

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Posted : 07/09/2012 5:13 am
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Re: Identifying Work at Home Scams

After responding to the ad, the victims are often instructed to accept payments from clients, keep a portion as their salary, and transfer the remainder to an account established by the company.

The scammers are often organized crime groups, and the money involved has actually been stolen by phishing and identity theft.

The victims are called “mules” because they unwittingly transfer illegal funds.

Involvement in work-at-home scams like these could leave you in serious legal trouble.

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