Work At Home Scams

In this day and age because of the advent of the Internet everyone is looking to work from home. I won’t go into the advantages of working from home or why people want to do it. At this point that is very obvious! What may be less obvious to some is that as more people look to make money from home there are more scam artists who view this as a huge opportunity to divorce you of your hard earned money or worst your identity. Scams have come a long way since envelope stuffing and chain letters. They now come in more clever disguises.

As the owner of a work at home website Work At Home Careers.com that has been sited for helping people avoid scams by nationwide publications and news agencies, I know a little about these scams. So I’ve decided to update you with the latest scams on this blog. Scams tend to repeat themselves with slight variations so you’ll start seeing a pattern as you continue to read the items listed below. Most of the items are geared towards working at home or money related. But sometimes they are not but are still worth citing because you may run into them in just your casual Internet surfing. If you find the information useful be sure to use the share this link and send this page to everyone you know.

How To Tell If A Company Is A Scam!

Watch the following video and you should be able to avoid any scam in the future and can tell which company is legitimate or a big scam!

 

The Latest Work From Home Scams:

 

Rebate Processor Jobs, Scam or Work At Home Miracle?

Top 5 Work At Home Scam Fighting Websites

Derby House Fabrics Bookkeeper Job Scam!

Top 5 Work At Home Scams of 2007

Recruitment Offer Scam By Apex Paperworks

Part Time Job Offer Scam – WUJIANG TEXTILE CO.LTD

Infomercial Scams

Job Offer 10% Get Back If Interested.

Company Representative Needed (Payment For Services)

Universal fabrics and Fashion Inc Job Opportunity

Receivables Processing Specialist

IRS Tax Refund Scam Email

Bookkeeper Work At Home

Uk National Lottery Online Promo

Fake Checks & Wire Transfer Scams

Lottery Scam!

Health Insurance Co-pay Scam

Paid Surveys Online Scams

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liv - August 27, 2015 Reply

Has anybody recieved emails from a courier alternative llc? Seems like the same things i see here

    Eddy Salomon - August 27, 2015 Reply

    I haven’t but it doesn’t matter. If it’s similar to the scams we’ve covered, avoid it. Don’t take any unnecessary risks especially when we already provide you with vetted and legitimate options here and here.

Christine - July 16, 2015 Reply

Beware ADN Logistics Services, they are a scam and almost got me. I didn’t think it was a scam until they made the weird step of hiring me before I turned in their application!

Thank you Eddy for this website, it saved me!

Thanks,
Christine

Eric - March 22, 2015 Reply

Hello Eddy, I have been following your site off and on again for some years now, I just started to really get into trying to work from home. I contacted Freedom155.com about a work from home position. I had heard this ad played on the radio many times before and decided to give it a try. My question is have you heard about this company being a scam or legit? The company is Innovative Success Systems and you are working with Isagenix. They claim all the leads are setup for you and all that good stuff but it is also $29.95/month if you go ahead with it. They give you a free trial but still, Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

    Eddy Salomon - March 24, 2015 Reply

    Hi Eric,

    Thanks for being a long time supporter. I would suggest following the steps I’ve listed in my scam video in this page. That’s how I research anything. But I have recently produced a Isagenix Review here. I hope it helps you.

    Eddy

Diane - March 6, 2015 Reply

Hi, Eddy. I posted on your blog a while back because someone contacted me for a re-shipping scam. I have since scored a work from home job with Working Solutions. YAY!! Anyway, I just received another shipping scam email and thought you might want to warn others. It came from Camelia Botez and says:

Job Reminder 29741604 A‏

From: Camelia Botez (Camelia.Botez@mail.com) Microsoft SmartScreen classified this message as junk.
Sent: Wed 3/04/15 9:41 AM
To: XXX
Good afternoon!

For U.S. Citizen only!

I’m an HR representative of ASC Certification Center. I found your email through recruitment agency.

We search for a goods Manager for Quality Assurance MQA in our staff that has to inspect the contents of the packages which are delivered at home, make reports and ship them to the destination point.

To fulfil the work no special knowledge is required. It is enough to be careful, zealous and reliable person.

This is a part-time work, you have to stay at home during the working hours. The pay is $1200 monthly for this position.

If you are interested in this position, please inform me about this in your response, I will send you the details.

Please do not respond unless you are 21 years of age.
Please do not reply if you are not a U.S. Person.

In case you think you might be suitable for this position, please respond to current email.

P.S. We are looking for a commodity Manager for Quality Assurance (MQA) in the nearest time, so I ask you to reply to me within the next twenty-four hours after you got this message, otherwise I will have to consider the other candidatures.

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