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Scam Alert:


Scam Alert:

When considering any at-home job, put up the scam-detection radar.

Watch for these positive indicators of "real" employment:

The hirer is an established company.
The ad includes the company name and does not have applicants reply to a blind e-mail address.
Human resources personnel are available for questions.
There is mention of information commonly associated with "real" employment (benefits, vacations, policies, etc.).
There is an application and interview process, not simply an e-mailed offer.
The employer can detail the job duties and expectations.
References/work samples are requested

Entry #868


Comment by GASMETERGUY - July 31, 2009, 1:09 pm
I view all "work from home" ads as being scams. Can you imagine yourself at your country club ( i.e. Waffle House ) and being told by a patron that he/she got her fortune stuffing envelopes at home?

If work from home is such a good thing, why are those people trying to enroll you to do that work rather than doing that work themselves? It does not make sense.

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