One common work at home scam is to post a fake work at home job lead on a job board. The job looks great, pay is good and so forth.However, when the application is sent in, one of a few things may happen.
When you encounter a fake work at home job lead, report it to the job board on which you found it. Most will remove it promptly.
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.
How Do You Know if that Work at Home Job Offer is Real?
It's an amazing feeling when you get a job offer for a much desired work at home job. Now how do you know whether or not it's for real?
The demand for help in the medical industry is quite high. Can you really do this from home?
Work at Home Job Boards
Pay a fee and you'll get leads on finding legitimate work at home jobs? Hmm....
Get paid for surfing websites. Is it legitimate?
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