Envelope stuffing is one scam that just won’t go away. As with any other scam, remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably IS!
But they’re offering $x per envelope I stuff, you say. All I have to do is send in a little bit of money. It’s not that much. It won’t hurt to check, will it?
At most, all you’ll get for your money is instructions on how to get others to send you money by advertising envelope stuffing jobs… that is to say the job you thought you were applying for. Not exactly what you had in mind, is it?
Don’t go thinking this isn’t a big deal. People have been arrested for promoting envelope stuffing schemes.
First try to clear it up with the company. If they are uncooperative, let them know that you will be contacting officials about the matter. Then do it.
Why Do So Many People Still Look for Envelope Stuffing Jobs?
It amazes me sometimes that people still look for envelope stuffing jobs. Why does this old scam keep popping up?
Home Assembly and Crafting
So many people would love to use their crafting skills to earn money at home. Is it possible?
Chain Letters and Randomizers
Chain letters long predate the Internet while randomizers are newer. Are they safe to participate in?
Cash a check or money order while keeping your share. So easy, could it be true?
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