Avoiding Work at Home Scams

Avoiding Work at Home Scams

Holidays are over, we're all tapped out... So what's the first thing to cross your mind? Work at Home "opportunities" that have come across your email screen. I keep seeing Homemaking lists promoting this garbage. Why do I call it garbage? 99.9% of the "opportunities" are after what little

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    Default Avoiding Work at Home Scams

    Holidays are over, we're all tapped out... So what's the first thing to cross your mind? Work at Home "opportunities" that have come across your email screen. I keep seeing Homemaking lists promoting this garbage. Why do I call it garbage? 99.9% of the "opportunities" are after what little resources you still have.

    Here is a website by the FTC with practical information about some common business opportunity scams; how to spot, stop and avoid them; and how to file a complaint if you think you've experienced a fraud. :

    http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/edcams/bizopps/

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