Selasa, 07 Desember 2010

Work From Home Scams In Disguise

Work From Home Scams In Disguise

If you noticed, there are a lot of "Work From Home" advertisements in the various search engines. Many of them claim to be trying to help you not to be scammed. Some of these advertisements are legitimate, while some may be just trying to lure you into their trap, by claiming to be an anti-scam website.

These malicious websites will then ask for your email to subscribe to their "newsletters" which they claim to be helpful. But instead, you will find your inbox/junk mail being filled up and spammed daily. These mails will then encourage you to help them by working from your home. If you do bother reading, you would find that they would tempt you with all sorts of offers. And after several weeks of being "brainwashed", you might decide to work for them.

Please do avoid this kind of situation as it will not do you any good. You might end up working for them and getting nothing in return. Yes, nothing at all. I am not saying all the websites that require you to fill in your email are scams. But rather, if you see your inbox/junk mail being spammed, it is wise to either transfer them to the junk mail, or if they are already in the junk mail section, just ignore those emails.

Finding a legitimate online job is difficult, but if you manage to find one, I guarantee you that you will love that job and you will never ever leave that job at all. Some companies pay high price just to get their work done because they might need it urgently and can't seem to get anyone in their office to complete. Online surveys are also quite popular among people who are working from home. Some surveys pay up to $5 dollars per survey that you complete.

So, keep your eyes wide open and avoid scam artistes. Don't be the next victim.

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