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Work at home leads out of the way, lets discuss how dangerous scams can be to our wallets. Here are a few lines to watch out for when looking for work from home:
Act now, only 2 positions left!
Listen to this automated message available for all!
No skills required. Make $2000 a week.
We are a sponsored advertiser on a legitimate site . . . buy now!
Hiring rebate processor
Virtual assistant $34/hr
Data entry $1000 a week
Verification specialist $14 an hour
Call this number for legitimate work at home opportunity. . . "Thank you for calling, this is a top secret thing that I am placing in a recording for everyone to hear but yet you, oh you are special. I want you to work for me doing something vague, possibly illegal and I need you to enter your account number at the sound of the beep. BEEP!
These are just a few of the many lies they use to scam those who work at home. Its a million if not billion dollar industry. There is money in scams but there is also jail time. You could face jail time for following their instructions and "scammers" could possibly go free. Its not fair but it is a harsh reality. For more of these tips on watching out for scams, join me and many others in T.Rochelle's Tips.