- July 10, 2008 at 1:12 am #259645
Thank you for your kind email and warning – I promise not to pay anyone to
work from home”. Any legitimate employer of any type is not going to require
money up front – unless you’re going into business with a company like Avon,
Herbalife, or another like enterprise.
I’m just simply looking for legitimate companies which as you say, are in
short supply at this time. I know how to work from my home – have done so in
many ways over the years and am currently just in a “down” spot. As for
someone recommending parties for children? Thank you, no. I raised mine –
did that enough already. Not that it wouldn’t be good but – there is so much
involved I don’t think my physical location (30 miles to the nearest town)
would be a plus with fuel costs as they are. I feel the right thing will
come along eventually.
What is truly irritating is that I was sent a link privately from someone
who recommended a site that is simply listing all of the “other survey sites
to sign up with – and none of them legitimate for actually making money
without SPENDING it first. The majority of the offers say you need to
complete 2-3 “gold or silver” offers before your cash will be available.
Talk about an oxymoron. I will be very careful what I ask/wish for from now
on, I can tell you. The old bait and switch sure is out there in full swing
– and I am thankful I used an e-mail I set up specifically for such things –
the spam mail is amazing!
Thanks for all the replies – something will come along. At the moment I’m an
aspiring artist with a block but the painting urge is about to return and I
might just be listing my art on eBay in the near future. 🙂 First I have to
paint a bedroom! LOL
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Be careful. There are many, many scams intended to fleece you out of
$20 (handling cost they claim) to give you more information on the
home work opportunity. True internet paying jobs are few and far
between right now.
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