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How To Avoid Being A Victim Of An Online Work At Home Scam.

7 December 2010 2 Comments

One of the sad realities of looking for a job you can do from home, is the fact that you’ll come across more scams than real job opportunities. The online scammers know that people looking for work is somewhat desperate, so they target them with their scams. In this episode of the work from home minute, I’ll share some tips with you on how you can save yourself from being the victims of these scams. Should you have any relating questions, especially if it applies to finding a work at home job, do leave me your comments below. Between our years of experience in the telecommuting industry and the participation of other readers, I’m sure we’ll be able to get an answer for you.

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  • B.K.Baruah said:

    Most of work from home sites are scam. Till date I could not meet physically anyone who is earning money in online work from home job. Why Government not taking any action against all that scams ?

  • B.K.Baruah said:

    It seems 99% of online jobs are scam. Why government not taking any action against all that scams ?

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