Work At Home Guide

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We've covered a lot of material over the years to help people work at home and avoid scams. But it may be hard to find if you're new to our blog. So I've decided to assemble a compilation of our best work at home advice into one guide, to help job seekers who have been struggling with finding work at home. All the material listed here is free. So please leave your distrust, cynicism or past experiences at the door because we won't be asking you for a dime! (However I can't speak for the sponsors listed on our site that pay our bills. So be sure to do your research which will be easy if you read this page.) We've pretty much covered all you need to know about working at home or avoiding scams. However it will only be effective if you actually take the time to READ through ALL the material! Failure to do so may lead to a messy divorce between your wallet, scam artist or misleading work at home products. So please take heed.


Work At Home Jobs

How To Find Work At Home Jobs on the web.

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Top 5 Reasons People Fail At Work At Home

Top 5 Work At Home Opportunities For 2012

How To find work at home jobs on this site. 

Our Pre-screened Work At Home Job Leads (Updated Daily)

Our Weekly Work At Home Job Leads Recaps

A List of Companies That Hire Work At Home Seekers Regularly


Work At Home Jobs That Are Actually In Demand

Work At Home Jobs For The Disabled

How To Find Jobs Outside The U.S.

What Work From Home Jobs Pay The Most?

How To Make Money Typing At Home

Our reviews of various Work At Home Companies

How To Deal With Taxes & Working at Home


Scam Avoidance & Reporting

How To Tell If A Company Is A Scam.

Common Scams To Avoid.

How To Report Scams

Top Scam Fighting Websites

Top 3 Reasons It’s Not A Work At Home Scam!


How I Am Able To Work At Home Full Time Without A Job!

My Personal Work At Home Recommendations


Common Work At Home Questions Answered

Let me know what you think of this guide. Hopefully it covers everything you need to know. Feel free to leave a comment either way if it does or does not.

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Eddy Salomon - June 6, 2012 Reply


I know for many legitimate companies they require your SS# because they have to report your earnings to the government. But you only want to give that type of information to companies you have actually researched which is easy to do by following the steps in my scam video here:

So the moral is do your research on each company you’re considering first before giving them any information.

Ali - June 6, 2012 Reply

Thanks for all the info Eddy, I have a question if you don’t mind. A lot of “offers” on a couple of survey sites have asked for SSN Specifically Green Dot, Opinion Square and Credit Karma, how safe is it to give my number, I’m closing in on retirement age and am a little more leary than ever.  Thanx for any help.

Angel - June 4, 2012 Reply

I willsee the video and then start the business.

Eddy Salomon - May 20, 2012 Reply


Thanks for the kind words. I’ve listed tons of opportunities all over this site in particular my recommendations page which is linked to in the guide above that you can start without any investment!

Clicking ads was one of many options I have discussed on this site. But you have to really take the time to read through the site to get the most out of it and probably why you missed the many other free opportunities we discuss.

So start with our recommendations page:

and read everything else like our weekly job leads which are also free jobs. Most of the opportunities we cover don’t cost you a dime.

Good luck.

Eddy Salomon - May 20, 2012 Reply

You’re welcome!

Andrew James - May 19, 2012 Reply

 Thanks for the link, Going to be very useful!

Hunaina Farid - May 18, 2012 Reply

hi eddy, u r really doing great. wanted to ask how can i earn money without investing? actually i just know about the clicking add option, though its free but too slow.

Eddy Salomon - May 14, 2012 Reply

Hi Angela,
I’m glad you liked my latest post about the Clixsense task opportunity. Thank you for the link on your page. I really appreciate it!

Angela Farrer - May 14, 2012 Reply

Hi Eddy, I found and signed up for ClixSense under your referral link–it’s a great site for some extra cash; thanks! I also linked to your Work From Home Jobs page from my latest blog post. 

lou - May 11, 2012 Reply

Hey Eddie I see you a lot on Instantcashsweepstakes winning money. I love that site

    Eddy Salomon - May 13, 2012 Reply

    Thanks Lou.
    I’m very blessed to have a lot of great active referrals that win there a lot so I’m winning because of their efforts. And fortunately like you they love the site!

JD - May 1, 2012 Reply

Hey Eddy,
This website has been awesome and I wish I could tell you exactly how I found it.  I respect you; you’re down to earth and get to the point (hard to find today!).  Anyway the reason this website has been beneficial is because I’m a current MBA student but I have two family members who are very sick and this gives me the freedom to work when I need to.  I’m more than happy to give you a testimonial if you’d like one.
Joe DelVecchio

    Eddy Salomon - May 2, 2012 Reply


    Thank you for the kind words. I really appreciate them. I don’t really care how you found us but I’m happy you did. I’m confident as you explore the site you’ll find something that will help you and your family!

    You’ve already given me a great testimonial with your comment. Your thanks is enough for me!

Eddy Salomon - April 22, 2012 Reply

Yes, My suggestion is to actually read my guide above. My recommendations page is the place where you have many other non-telephone options.

FLUBUG - April 21, 2012 Reply

I’m looking for NON-Telework that I can do at home. Any suggestions?

Eddy Salomon - April 16, 2012 Reply

Are you referring to, if so they’re legit.

eag - April 15, 2012 Reply

Good day Mr. Salomon, I’m from the Philippines, a homemaker and I am hoping to find some work at home jobs. I recently went to this link which was in your list of recommended sites, but they were asking for my cellphone number. I wonder, is this safe? Thanks!

Marne - April 15, 2012 Reply

This website has a TON of information!!!  It would take me weeks of full time studying to look thru everything! There’s no reason to pay any other website to get info.  Just read and read some more.  Thanks alot!

    Eddy Salomon - April 16, 2012 Reply

    Indeed! As long as you’re not lazy and willing to take the time to read, everything you need can probably be found here. So I totally agree with you! Sounds like you’re up to the task and you’ll be successful because of it. Good luck to you.
    And you’re welcome!

Eddy Salomon - April 2, 2012 Reply

I’m so happy you found us too and more importantly you avoided the wire transfer and check cashing scam we discussed here:

It was smart that you followed your instincts and did further research. If you continue to do that and read the material on this site, you’ll continue to avoid nonsense like this. Thanks for chiming in!

deja777 - April 2, 2012 Reply

Thank God I found this site. “The information here opened my eyes”. I got an email from Palmana Estates Limited from for a job working at home. To make a long story short they gave me a manual training script saying I will have to do western union transfers for personal accounts and international wire transfers for corporate accounts. The job just seem too fishy to me and I’m scared to do these transactions they want me to do. I contact the bank and the lady told me it sounds like a scam and don’t do it. I’m so glad I came across this because I could not find anything regarding this company(if it was a scam or not). Now I know and I closed my account with the bank.

Eddy Salomon - March 30, 2012 Reply

I’m glad you did find us. As you can see there is a lot of information listed here. If you take the time to read all the material you won’t have to hope to find something. Because we list many options here. So you should be well on your way to achieving your dreams as many others who have visited and read this site.

Welcome to the site. I’m confident you’re going to gain a lot from it!

Bpeachee5 - March 30, 2012 Reply

This was fantastic! I’ve never done work at home, but wanted to check it all out. I went through and asked the question, “real opinions on work at home jobs” and got this website. This was the first wbsite I went in to, signed up for the emails, then listedned to the video. That’s as far as I’ve gotten, but it makes since that I shouldn’t have to pay money to work, which is what I was finding in the work at home websites. I agree-if you’re looking for a job-then you don’t have money to fork out. I need to work from home, I’m not looking to make millions, just to be able to work from home, not get scammed, or for out any money! I’ll try this out-and hope it works. I will investigate further, and hopefullly find something I can do and work with at home! BP-KY

Jsriley23 - March 25, 2012 Reply

I”m glad I came onto your site!  This is also immediately AFTER I Googled a site that I was unsure about and it turned out to be a scem by people who had tried it!  Thank you and I will continue my research in finding legitimate work from my home!

    Eddy Salomon - March 25, 2012 Reply

    We’re glad you found it too and avoided a scam!
    So you’re quite welcome. I’m confident if you read the guide above and take action. You’re going to find many legitimate work at home options. Be sure to check out my recommendations page listed above. Good luck although I doubt you’ll need it, now that you found this page. =)

Eddy Salomon - March 21, 2012 Reply

You’re welcome Vicky! Thanks for actually taking the time to READ the information. As you can see when you do you get a lot of valuable insight. Unfortunately some folks don’t and miss a lot of this stuff.

By the way, we list new jobs every day here: so you don’t have to hunt them down. We’ve done the work for you.

We also recap them every week here:

So you have everything you need here. Hope it helps you!

Ilaisaaneliu - March 20, 2012 Reply


Ron Lopez - March 17, 2012 Reply

Eddy thank you for your integrity

Eddy Salomon - March 14, 2012 Reply

Uh, not really sure what you’re referring to. That being said don’t assume everything that requires a fee is a scam. That’s an over simplification that sites like the BBB and others make. When you’re getting involved in a home based business, there is an investment involved like any business. After all you can’t start a burger king without money right? The same goes for home based business. The only major difference is your start up cost is obviously significantly lower. And you should always research any company regardless if it’s a home business or job.

With a job, yes you shouldn’t have to pay an employer to work for them. But with a home based business you’ll probably after to invest money. So note the difference so you don’t go around the internet making assumptions that aren’t always accurate. Don’t assume but know by always doing your research. Hope this clarifies that up.

Toup, Madeline - March 13, 2012 Reply

From What I can see, it looks legit, but according to the bbb there should be no fee for any job you are after.  We shall see………………………..

Alyssa - March 12, 2012 Reply

you can delete those last two comments.. sorry i didnt know you had your own site until i scrolled down more  after i posted it lol

Eddy Salomon - February 23, 2012 Reply

That would be crazy if employers are asking for that. Everyone knows how hard it is to land a job nowadays.

Well I’m happy I can be here to give you guys options and a little hope. That’s all we need sometimes.

It’s never too early to blame age. Anytime I have a brain fart I blame it on my “mad cow”. lol

Eddy Salomon - February 11, 2012 Reply


Isn’t sad we’re at a stage in life when we’re shocked when people around us actually take the time to read. lol It’s no wonder we’re falling behind. Tsk, Tsk.

In any event, congrats on taking action. You’re proof of what happens when people do read and then take action. You’re already making some money and it’s just going to build. So I applaud you. Keep up the good work and keep me posted.

It’s always great to hear from folks like you. So thanks for chiming in!

    BPaulsen - February 12, 2012 Reply

     :)…things are going well so far…sorry, didn’t mean to overload you with comments. I can imagine how busy you must be…didn’t figure you’d take the time to post the last one.  I would never take on a project like this one because of the avalanche of email. As I said, I really admire your willingness to help others.  Thanks for the encouragement.

    Eddy Salomon - February 13, 2012 Reply

    Thanks BP! I’m glad you appreciate my work and the effort it takes. Too often people think because I work at home it means I don’t really work hard. lol

    B Paulsen - February 22, 2012 Reply

     With regard to that comment…I heard the most shocking thing on 60 MINUTES last Sunday.  Apparently, there’s some new form of discrimination in which many employers are requiring that applicants be currently employed.  It implies that those who have been out of work for some time are somehow lazy, good-for-nothings.  Can you imagine, in this economy?

    During the recessions in the ’70s, it was somewhat true that while well-paying jobs were not as plentiful, but a person who really wanted to work could flip burgers, etc.  It’s just not true now, especially for those of us who live in fairly isolated communities {100 mi. NW of Seattle}.

    As I mentioned before, we are blessed to have sites like this that not only help to provide an income, but also enable us to boost our self-esteem, and Keep on Truckin’ {sorry, couldn’t resist, it’s my age, ya know, bordering on senility at 51…is it too soon to start blaming that?  LOL}

    Anyway, thanks again for your hard work & dedication 🙂

Eddy Salomon - February 8, 2012 Reply


Thank you so much for posting such an insightful comment and the kinds words.
Congrats on your progress already! I’m confident just by what I’ve seen in your comment,
you will be successful in landing a work at home job.

Trust me when I say I’m just as astounded as you are. With the economy being as bad as it
is, you would think people would soak up any legitimate information designed to help them
out their plight. But unfortunately “READING” is becoming a lost art, especially on the web.

People just want to skim through information if at all. It also coincides with why there are so many
victims of these work at home scams. I’m pretty patient but it still annoys the crap out of me.
As a result I delete a lot of comments from people who can’t take the time to read. Because
if they aren’t willing to do the bare minimum on their own, I can’t really do much more for them.

You definitely come from the school of thought I’m from and as a result we’ve both experienced
some decent success because of it. It’s the simple things that can go a very long way.

Thanks again for the comment. You’ve made my day. It’s good to see there are still folks like
you out there. Continued success to you!

    BPaulsen - February 10, 2012 Reply

     Wow, thanks so much!…I know exactly what you mean about reading…my 19 year old son came out of his video game cave the other day to tell me about an Obama video news conference he was watching {not related to school}, & I nearly died…yesterday, he took the newspaper to his room…I literally fell off my chair, LOL.

    I’m off to a freebie mystery shopper lunch, & a phone kiosk shop for $15 as we speak…you’re right, it didn’t take much effort to land the assignments.  Yesterday, I wrote a short article on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk, & earned “trusted writer”, & “rare ability to write from the heart” ratings.  It was only $2, but it will open the door for increasing jobs, & pay later.  Not only am I finding it incredibly easy to find legitimate work, but it’s really nice to have so many positive comments/experiences.  Sitting at home can eat away at self-esteem.  Hopefully, some of your readers can slow down enough to experience some positive input :).  Thanks again for your hard work.

Eddy Salomon - February 5, 2012 Reply

Thanks Dan. Unfortunately most of these sites require that you are a US resident. Try the international link we listed above though.

Dan - February 5, 2012 Reply

Hi Eddy doing a great job, I live in Hungary please tell me I can have access to work at home sites in the United States, because in Europe there are few real.

Precyjhunphia - January 19, 2012 Reply

hi  i just recently got in to your website reading the guidelines on how to start to work at home i dont know how will i able to start it please  give me some advices  thanks 

    Eddy Salomon - January 19, 2012 Reply

    You just need to actually read the guide above and take action. It’s that simple. If you read the information, it should be crystal clear.

Lockhartd99 - January 9, 2012 Reply

Hi Eddy,
 I just found this incredible website! I believe that it will truly be a God send since I’m looking for work but not necessarily an 8-5. My situation is this, I’m retired and recently relocated. In the past three months I’ve spent up to 6 hours a day applying for jobs and posting resumes with no results to date. But today I found you and decided that the amount of time I spend on the Internet looking for jobs could be $$$$! So, your website is going to guide me to my new life’s venture. Thank you for the information. I will keep you posted! For the skeptics, watch for my postings, I plan to keep it real!

Eddy Salomon - December 27, 2011 Reply

Sorry to hear about the recent turn of events. I’m glad you found this site. The work at home guide is the perfect place to start. If you read it and take action you should be making some money. It may not necessarily be a lot at first but it’s better than nothing. My recommendations page will probably get you started right away. Good luck to you.

Valtina - December 25, 2011 Reply

Hey just stumbled across your site on an abc news online thing and I just had to come see what is going on I am new to trying work at home opportunities the work is greatly needed, I just recently got laid off my job and don’t know if when we I will return, I wasn’t making alot anyway but now there is no income at all what in the world can I do quick to make money. I would like to be around my children and hope to make a great income from home also even though I do not have money for start up I will try to stay abreast of this information that you have provided.


Eddy Salomon - November 15, 2011 Reply

Welcome to the work at home industry. Get use to it. But fortunately you found this site. If you actually take the time to read things like the guide above and our recommendations page you’ll find there are tons of ways to make money legitimately at home without ever pulling out any money. It’s just a matter of reading. Good luck.

Glhunt68 - November 13, 2011 Reply

i am so tired of going on the websites that want a credit card or some form of money! i need to earn money, not spend it!!!

Eddy Salomon - November 11, 2011 Reply

I understand what you’re saying but not everyone wants to build a business. That being said there are tons of legitimate ways to make money online with other companies. We’re all doing it so it’s totally possible without having to create your own business.

But I do agree the best way to safe guard yourself is to be the boss. However not everyone is equipped to do that. So fortunately they have sites like this that show them other ways they can make money which is in the comfort zone. Thanks for chiming in.

Guide - November 10, 2011 Reply

I’ve stopped looking for work at home programs a while ago.

I wouldn’t look for one, I would build one. Doing so ensures that your in control of your entire business, and there are no scams.

Roy - November 6, 2011 Reply

Had to leave my 2 cents here! It’s rare to see such honesty regarding Online-Work at home opportunities. In my opinion many of them are schemes that in some cases cause devastating consequences for those that fall for them.

Great information here, it’s easy to see your passion.


    Eddy Salomon - November 7, 2011 Reply

    Well thanks Roy! I really appreciate the kind words. I’m very blessed to be in a position to get paid for something I love so I’m happy it comes out in my work. Thanks for taking time out your day just to express this. I really appreciate it.

Polly Jenkins - November 3, 2011 Reply

Having a good program to follow makes all the difference in the world.

Eddy Salomon - October 28, 2011 Reply

Thank you so much Cindy! I really appreciate you sending this comment. Most people don’t take the time to say thank you. So reading your comment is like music to my ears! But what I’m really happy about is that you’re taking action and already making money and you’ve learned how to identify scams. That’s the whole purpose of this site. So I’m happy to hear this! Thanks again Cindy!

P.S. Thanks for the kind words about my daughter. When she’s able to read, I’m going to direct her to this comment because I don’t think she realizes how lucky she is yet. lol

CLS92543 - October 28, 2011 Reply

Eddy, Thank you so much for taking the time to keep up this site.  You are prompt, pleasant, and personable and I appreciate how quickly you respond to people’s comments.  I found your site two weeks ago just by searching the web and I am thankful I did.  I’ve been reading all your tips, guides, videos and “Is ‘so and so’ a scam?” features and I have learned a lot and been putting it to use.  I have already made a little money from PaidViewPoint and ICS and am looking into some more of your recommendations.  So. THANK YOU, Mr. Salomon, for your honesty and dedication.  Have fun with your beautiful daughter, she’s a lucky little girl.  With appreciation, Cindy

sharon - October 27, 2011 Reply

i’m new to this i wish that someone would please teach me the step. on learning how to make money online.i’m willing to learn could you teach i’ve asking some people that told me about but they tell me and hold lot of bs.

    Eddy Salomon - October 28, 2011 Reply

    Well if you actually take the time to read the guide above including the recommendation section, you would know. But no one can help you if you’re not willing to help yourself by actually reading stuff designed to help you. Good luck.

Eddy Salomon - October 23, 2011 Reply

You’re welcome Juvy! Just call me Eddy. Mr.Salomon is too formal for me.
I’m happy you have found a lot of value in the guide and you’ve actually taken the time to read the material above and watch the video instead of skipping through it as some people do and end up asking questions already addressed above. So thank you for taking action and really using the information. I’m confident you’ll be well on your way to making money now instead of having it taken from you. Be sure to start with my personal recommendations listed in the article above. That’s definitely the best place to get started.

Good luck and thanks again for the kind words. I really appreciate them.

juvy - October 22, 2011 Reply

A pleasant day to everyone… Just dropping by to say thank you for having the initiative of producing such informative videos… The videos really are eye opener for beginners like me… I had been a victim of a lot of work at home jobs, and had wasted a lot of time and effort dealing with these scams which I thought before were legitimate… Thanks to Mr. Eddy Salomon for having these videos… the videos are really of great help!!!! My sincere graditude to you sir!!! Keep it Up!!

Eddy Salomon - October 20, 2011 Reply

You’re welcome Chelsea! Glad to hear you’re already taken action on swagbucks and my other recommendations. Keep in mind with that the work at home industry is different than the offline world. The jobs and experience that are readily available and in demand offline aren’t necessarily an option for working at home. So you have to adjust to what’s actually readily available. Read my work at home guide we discuss some of this there:

In the mean time just run with any opportunity that calls out to you. Good luck.

Chelsea - October 17, 2011 Reply

are there any legit websites where you can play games and win real cash?

    Eddy Salomon - October 19, 2011 Reply

    Try swagbucks they have a game section where you can earn swagbucks which are real cash when you convert them into paypal money.

    Chelsea - October 20, 2011 Reply

    Thank you very much Mr. Salomon, I am glad that you responded so quickly. I’ve already signed up for and enjoy it very much. Although I was unaware of the games section, thank you for pointing this out to me! Also I am very please with your website and consult it almost on a daily basis. Seems silly of me. But I am having what I like to call a “hard time settling” there is just so much out there, and with my employment background it just doesnt seem to add up to what im looking for. Any tips?

Eddy Salomon - October 12, 2011 Reply

No worries. Take the time to actually read the content so you don’t miss a lot of the important information here that is designed to help you and so you avoid jumping to unfounded conclusions. We’re here to help you. If you take the time to actually read the content, you’ll quickly discover this. Don’t let past experiences with whatever work at home companies you’ve dealt with jade you.

Not everyone in this industry is out to scam people. Most of us have been scammed in this industry. You just learn from the experience and push forward until you find the right thing. Hopefully when you take the time to actually read the site, you’ll discover you are at the right place. Good luck to you my friend.

Mr Bill - October 11, 2011 Reply

Sorry, did not know you are WORK AT HOME and you are the reply to comments

Mr Bill - October 11, 2011 Reply

All these comments from EDDY SALOMON makes me think what is going on here.
Does EDDY work for you?
Are you a scam?

Marinovm92 - October 11, 2011 Reply

Hello there I’ve been searching for a legit and real work at home offer for the past month I saw a lot of scam and lie but this website might just help me I found some great and useful information here, thank you for your effort to help us I’m still looking for some good extra income to me I hope you can help me 🙂 

bo - October 11, 2011 Reply

man, this website is soo laggy, slow.  too many ads and other embedded stuff. just my .02.

    Eddy Salomon - October 11, 2011 Reply

    It’s never been a complaint from others. Sorry it is for you. Hopefully you find a better site that fits your performance needs. I wish you nothing but the best in your efforts though. Thanks for your two cents.

Eddy Salomon - October 9, 2011 Reply

Hi Emilio,
I know DR very well. I’m from the other side of the island! =)
In any event, everything you need is listed in the article above. Unfortunately I don’t write or speak spanish so there isn’t much I can do to help you understand my content. But hopefully the google translator you’re using will help you understand the information. The area you want to focus on is the international work at home link I have listed in the article above. It may help you.

Good luck my friend.

Emilio jose - October 9, 2011 Reply

hi eddyemilio jose and I live in Dominican Republic, I feel great admiration for you, do not speak English e been reading your artuculos with google translator would like to help me find the best way to earn money and I need quite Please help me, God Vendig you!

Eddy Salomon - October 5, 2011 Reply

Hi Jack,

Thanks for the kind words. I’m sorry to hear you’ve been a victim of these work at home scams. But many of us have and it’s a battle scar that you learn from. After all it lead you here.

That being said, if you’ve actually read many of my articles and watched the videos, then you should have tons of options to help you reach your goal. It’s simply a matter of picking from those options that fit your comfort and taking action.

I have a list of recommendations here: where you can start to narrow down some of the best options.

But ultimately the amount of money you can earn will be dictated by the same attributes in the offline world. Experience, skills, work ethic, willingness to learn new things, taking action and reading. We list jobs daily here:, God willing your experience and skill set match what’s actually available. Unfortunately many times the skills that we may have offline that can get us job don’t always work that way when it comes to work at home jobs.

So you have to be willing to get the skills for the jobs that are available or be willing to take a non-traditional path and work with opportunities that anyone can do without a certain skill set but it will pay you less. But it can be made up with sheer volume and a multiple stream of income approach which I’ve described many times in the articles I’m assuming you’ve read judging by your comments.

That’s pretty much your options in this situation. The resources are here, now just pick the ones that make “Cents” given what’s available that matches your skill set. If there isn’t anything that fits that then you need to adjust accordingly and work with’s actually available.

I hope that makes sense. Good luck.

Jack - October 3, 2011 Reply

Hello Eddy
 First, I want to say Thank You for you do here on this site. A little story about me,who I am, and what I am looking for. Long time ago, I try a couple of these so call work at home sites, and I was scam. So, I just gave up looking because I felt there was no any legitimate work at home site. I came across you site, and I look very hard at your site. I have read your reviews, and watch your vidoes, and I felt that this sites is very good. Again Thank You for your help!!!. Now, what I am looking for. I am 54 years old, and I am bless that I still have a full time job. Now, what I am looking for and maybe you can point me where to go. I am looking to work part-time from home. I can spend about 20 hr`s per week working from home. I would to get to point where I can make between $400.00 to $800.00 per month. My wife and want to take a trip to Brazil next year. Any ideals or suggestion you have. I would appreciate it.

TripleLangus - September 29, 2011 Reply

Hi Eddy,
I just became disbled(back injury) that was not job related. I am
Unable to walk and stand and sit frequently. I have bee using a ball chair for years. Condition has deteriorated requiring me to leave my job. I am not cleared to drive just yet….
Being new to this, I ask for any and all assistance.
Be well, ~patrick

    Eddy Salomon - September 29, 2011 Reply

    Hey Patrick,

    I’m sorry to hear about your situation. But fortunately you have found this site. We’ve done all the hard work and lifting for you my friend. All you have to do is take the time to read the material and take action. Your first stop should be the article above. Read it completely and start taking action and you should be able to start making some money and discover some resources for disabled folks that want to work at home. Everything you need is already in the guide above.

    Good luck my friend.

Tangela - September 26, 2011 Reply

Hello Eddy, Ive been on your site a few times and I enjoy the info you provide its very helpful now I’m interested in doing assembly work at home but I have been trying to find something that if I don’t know how to do it  they offer a dvd or some sort of help more then drawings of instrutions on how to do there products I’ve tryed all types of things because I’m trying to make extra money from and I have spent sooooooooo much money in this search of a work at home jobs,do you have anything in your list that I can look into best regards Tangela

    Eddy Salomon - September 26, 2011 Reply

    Hi Tangela,

    Honestly there aren’t many legitimate assembly work at home jobs. If you’re interested in crafting you might want to look into Etsy:

    That being said, the worst thing you can do in this industry is limit yourself to one kind of opportunities. If you’re really serious about earning some extra money, be open to all options that you may qualify for.

    In my years of experience folks that limit themselves also limit their income potential. So with this advice in mind, I would encourage you to take the time to actually read the guide above since it gives you some great options. My recommendations page that I listed there: is where tons of people are finding a lot of options to make them some extra money right away. So I encourage you to read it and take action. If you do, you’ll be making the extra money you’ve been seeking without wasting any more money or being scammed as you may have been in the past.

    Everything you need is already here. It’s just a matter of reading and taking action.

    Hope this helps.

Eddy Salomon - September 21, 2011 Reply

You’re welcome. Be sure to read the rest of the guide and articles listed in it as it will really help you succeed in this industry. By the way the site is All the jobs we list there and here on this site: are pre-screened to the best of our ability. But scam artists are smart and post real looking jobs all the time. Some times you won’t really know they are a scam until you try to apply and they give you more details.

Like we state on every job listed on our jobs page:

WARNING: The job … was pre-screened to the best of our ability. However if you’re asked to cash checks/money orders, accept packages or reship packages as part of your duties, it is a scam. Flag the job using the button …. and feel free to report the scam on our scam page:

That’s why it’s important you read the other portions of this guide like our scam page and all the scams listed there. The more you know about scams the easier it is to spot on your own even if they slip past us or any job site you use.

Knowledge is power and why we’re giving you a lot of it in this guide. So as long as you take full advantage of all of it, you’ll do great.

I also recommend visiting our recommendations page since we provide our personal recommendations there which we and others have had success with:

Good luck.

    Eddy Salomon - September 24, 2011 Reply

    Sure. Take the time to actually read the guide above. All the help you need is there including a section on international work at home. If don’t the time to read stuff you’ll miss out on a lot and be a perfect prey for scammers.

    Robinson_shekita - October 13, 2011 Reply

    Hi, Eddy, I am thinking of starting a blog and youtube page, but this seems like a lot of work to run your blog, do you have someone help reply to people? And how often would you say that you spend time on the computer everyday?

    Eddy Salomon - October 13, 2011 Reply


    It’s nice that you want to create a blog. I commend you. But how do you plan on getting traffic to it? How do you plan to make it stand apart from the millions of blogs out there that exist and no one knows about.

    A website/blog isn’t like the movie “Fields of dreams” if you build it, they will come. Trust me they won’t. With that in mind make sure you get the internet marketing training necessary so that people actually find your blog unless your plan is to use it as a journal just for yourself and don’t care that no one will actually find it.

    With that all said running a business will take a lot of time and energy especially when you’re getting it off the ground, learning about marketing, analyzing stats, answering emails and comments. You can totally do it part time. I did when I had a full time job. But I would still spend a lot of late nights up and light sleep weekends working on my site.

    The effort your put in will eventually translate into how much money you make with it. But it doesn’t feel like work when you’re doing something you’re passionate about. The biggest misstep that folks who start a website make besides not acquirining internet marketing skills, is failing to pick a niche or topic they really love, have a passion for or know a lot about. As a result when the going gets tough because it will, they get going.

    So keep that in mind. My work ethic when it comes to this stuff is crazy. I spend more hours on the computer than most people do. I work on vacations, weekends, or whatever. But it’s also why I’m very successful. Once I started to make more money I eased up and hired a lot of people to handle certain things like answering some emails, finding the jobs we list, research for articles, etc. So I don’t have to put in as many hours as i do. My websites pretty much run themselves. I basically just spend a lot of my time, answering comments like this, writing articles, and analyzing my stats and looking for other ways to make more money.

    Ultimately you control your hours with this. That’s the whole point of being the boss. The amount of time each person spends will be different. But talking to a lot of my successful counterparts they have the same type of work ethic and “crazy hours” I do.

    So to each their own. I hope this helps. Just keep in mind what I’ve said above. There seems to be a lot of people that go into this as if they’re buying a car but never learned how to drive. When you do that, the end result is that you don’t go anywhere. 😉
    Let it marinate my friend.

Kristi - September 15, 2011 Reply

I have been to your site in the past and find myself coming back every few weeks.  I see a lot of people ask you for advice but few thank you.  I just wanted to take the time to say your information is greatly appreciated and easily absorbed.  Please keep up the good work on informing the masses.  I love your site!

    Eddy Salomon - September 15, 2011 Reply

    You’ve noticed that too huh? lol
    Thanks Kristi, it’s good to know there are still people like you out there who have manners and can take time out there to say thank you. Trust me when I say it goes a long way in my book. So thank you!!!!

Eddy Salomon - September 9, 2011 Reply

Look, everything that you want is already in the guide above. If you’re not willing to read the information, you’ll continue to get more of what you have been getting. The people that do actually take the time to read things like my recommendations make money that very day without being scammed or spending money. But they’re willing to do their part and read.

Eddy Salomon - August 20, 2011 Reply

Sheena, you are too funny! I was about to delete the comment like I often do with people that don’t even take the time to read the articles I’ve written designed to answer their questions. lol You have me a good laugh this morning.

Thanks for the kind words. But more importantly thank you for actually taking the time to read the material and being willing to help yourself! You and I were joking around. But It’s really sad how many people out there want to work at home but aren’t willing to do what it takes when it’s a simple as reading. So thank you for not being one of those people. I’m confident you’ll find success! Take care and thanks for the laugh today.

Sheena - August 20, 2011 Reply

Hi Eddy!

So, I can’t help but ask, what is the very best work at home job???  Oh I can’t help myself, I was going to post that first sentence I wrote all by itself after reading the last 20 posts on your discussion (just to tease you of course), so you could write, “READ MY ARTICLE!!!!” one more time.  Well, I think you and what you’re doing is great.  You have so much useful information.  There is so much info out there, its hard not to feel completely defeated when starting out, but you are my savior.  Thanks again for all of your hard work, and you willingness to share it FREELY with others.  You have no idea how many people are out there that actually DO APPRECIATE what you’re doing.  Thanks again and take care!


Toni - August 15, 2011 Reply

Eddy, I have been to so many sites. They tell you that you can start right away. But there is a catch, you have to pay for cds that cost over thirty dollars. I can’t afford that kind of money. I am so far behind in my rent and other bills I am about to be evicted.  I am on dissability and can’t get a job. But I so desperately need some kind of money so I can pay off these bills once and for all. Would I have to pay anything to get started ?

    Eddy Salomon - August 15, 2011 Reply

    Have you actually read my guide above?

    Debbie S. - September 8, 2011 Reply

    Dear Eddy.
                     I was wondering the same thing are there any sites that dont require any money what so ever,if there aern’t please let me know so I am not wasting my time,because I will admit I spend way to much time looking and havent had any luck.I dont want to start my own buisiness on-line I would just like to work for some company on-line your help would be greatly appreciated ,thank you.

    Debbie S.


Eddy Salomon - August 6, 2011 Reply

Thanks Dee, I appreciate it. It’s very useful information for anyone serious about working at home and avoiding scams. But it only works if they take the time to read it. Unfortunately some people totally ignore the information.

    B Paulsen - February 8, 2012 Reply

    Hi Eddy,

    I have to say, I just found this site, so I haven’t read much of the material yet…but I did check on several of the recommended sites, & complete the applications.  I’ve been approved for three jobs already, all in the past hour.  I hope you {& the rest of the posters} will forgive me.  I just can’t help but comment on how astounding it is that so many people want to find a job, but can’t be bothered with reading, or following directions; or even with the most basic job skills, like proper spelling, & punctuation.

    You are an exceptionally patient person.  I admire your dedication to helping others, & your willingness to do it with compassion, & sensitivity.  It’s such a rare trait anymore.  You offer encouragement that things might just work out.

    It saddens me that our economy has created so many desperate people, & I can understand how that panic may cause them to approach employment in such a frenzied, & unprofessional way.  But, if your readers should understand anything about employment, it might be that following basic instructions, & exercising minimal language skills are vital if they want to be noticed among the thousands of others seeking jobs; whether it’s on a blog, or an actual job application.  You never know what might prompt someone to pay attention, & offer help, or a job.  I once got a job because I was the only one to send a “Thank You” note after the interview.  Even if they take the time to apply, I guarantee their ap will end up in the garbage.

    Thank you so much for your much-needed help, guidance, & compassion.  My faith, & energy to press on have been renewed. 

Dee [working at home, too!] - August 6, 2011 Reply

Eddy, your “Work At Home Guide” is a gem.  Although this was originally posted some time ago, the advice and tips are still extremely relevant.  It’s the type of information that a-n-y-o-n-e looking for real, legitimate work at home jobs should have . . . and use.

Keithatkins 62 - August 3, 2011 Reply

I am interested in Affiliate Marketing can you recommend some good one to get started with for a career change and extra money . Thank You very much

    Eddy Salomon - August 4, 2011 Reply

    Hi, read my article here: Finding an affiliate program is easy. Most of the recommendations I have listed here: have referral/affiliate programs. So joining and finding them are easy. But without training and knowing how to reach a large number of people to join under you, it’s pointless to be part of affiliate program. So you have it backwards. You need training first then you get into affiliate marketing, not the other way around.

    Affiliate marketing is a business that takes a lot of dedication and patience to see results. So that’s probably not where you want to start to make some extra money. Give some of my other easier recommendations a go first: I hope this helps.

Pritiparakh89 - August 2, 2011 Reply

hii Eddy
i m in need of a job…
plz guide me how cn i get started……????/

    Eddy Salomon - August 2, 2011 Reply

    You can get started by actually reading the guide above. That’s exactly why it was created. But it only works if you actually use it. Good luck.

Eddy Salomon - July 23, 2011 Reply

Yes if you subscribe the comments which is an option on the comment section of all my articles.

Sumtimesme - July 23, 2011 Reply

hi I am wondering how or if I will be notified if someone comments on any comment I make in these discussions? Thanks

Eddy Salomon - July 21, 2011 Reply

My suggestion is to actually read the guide above since it addresses all these problems. But it only works if you actually READ it and take action. Good luck.

Dezcsmith - July 20, 2011 Reply

Hello Eddy;
I have been trying to find a good work from home position but I am having a very hard time getting started. Can you please give me some suggestions????

Eddy Salomon - June 30, 2011 Reply


Start by actually reading the guide above.

KGRforever - June 30, 2011 Reply

Hi there Eddy,
   I’ve been told that there are scams out there for work from home and I am actually considering working from home. I am currently in debt and working for 10 yrs. at my job just not cutting it anymore. How can I know and find out if any work from home places are not scams and do you think it will work for me?
      Kim Roicki

Rc5713 - June 28, 2011 Reply

the very first job i looked at is a scam all they wanted to do was get me to to by products to sign up please reply rcsmiles

kieran dunn - June 23, 2011 Reply

hello is there any work for a 14 year old because i am dying to work i love the feeling!

    Eddy Salomon - June 24, 2011 Reply

    Try some of the non-traditional opportunities in my recommendations page which is listed in the guide above. I’m not sure what the age requirements are for that stuff. For traditional work at home jobs, I don’t think you would qualify.

Eddy Salomon - June 20, 2011 Reply

Yep it is. We’ve done all the hard work. All you have to do is actually take the time to read the information and take action and you’ll see results. Take care.

Andrew Hallam - June 18, 2011 Reply

Hey Eddy,

Just found your site by chance and while it’s pritty great I’m just wondering if you could point me towards any good sites for work internationally as I currently live in the UK and am looking for some quick monies while waiting for a full time job.

Thanks in advance.

    Eddy Salomon - June 18, 2011 Reply

    Sure can. i’d like to direct you right to the top of this page and have you actually read the work at home guide listed above which has a link for jobs outside the U.S. Everything you need is here. But it doesn’t help unless you actually read the material. Good luck.

trout - June 17, 2011 Reply

Hello sir. I am a twenty year old guy and live on my own. I currently work full-time for twelve dollars an hour; while this supports me and pays my bills, the amount of hours that I work does not allow me to focus on college like I want to. I am in an online degree program for business and can bend a study schedule around almost anything. I read an ad in a newspaper classified section about working from home by assembling products that are mailed to you and after assembly, are mailed back. This sounded like it would work well, but I decided to do research online and found your website. I’ve read a lot of your posts and other’s posts about you and by all accounts you are an ethical man. I need an income of about $1,400 a month to pay my bills and cover anything miscellaneous that comes up. I am asking for your advice on my situation sir. Do you have a specific program or job that you would recommend for me?

    Eddy Salomon - June 17, 2011 Reply

    I recommend that you read the guide above and start picking whatever interest you. We’ve already done all the leg work by providing you with the legitimate information. Now you just need to put aside the time to go through the information and pick the jobs and opportunities that interest you and fit your skills. I’ve already included a list of my recommendations in the guide above as well. Thanks.

    trout - June 19, 2011 Reply

    I had no idea it was that easy! Thank you for your time and response to a very important question! Have a good day sir.

Scott - June 16, 2011 Reply


Eddy Salomon - June 16, 2011 Reply

Great job Mdipolo1. I’m so happy to hear you’re taking action and have already made some money. I know it’s not a lot but it’s a start and that’s a great way to view it. Keep taking action on other opportunities that call out to you. Some companies will be a better fit than others so maximize your efforts accordingly. By the way MySurvey has got rid of their in house affiliate program. But you can still earn from your own survey habits. It won’t be a lot but it’s a little something. That’s why we never just depend on one opportunity and take the multiple streams of income approach. Thanks for sharing!

Mdipolo1 - June 15, 2011 Reply

Hi eddy
I want to thank you for your website. I was able to work for Keyforcash. It’s  entering data for the company. It can be from dates to alphanumeric. they’ve paid .30cents per 1000 kestrokes. I started entering for them on 5/9/11. Everytime your total payments hit $30.00, they will send you a check. I hit over $30.00 on 6/1/11. Awaiting for my check to come. I’m so glad i am working for Keyforcash. It does take time to make $30.00, but it work.

Ps. I am also working for I am not getting a lot of points as of yet. I don’t think, they are doing referral friends.

Eddy Salomon - May 23, 2011 Reply

Hey Deb,

Thanks for chiming in. I hear what you’re saying. But in most cases they tend to be a bit more secure than private sectors. However I’ve always argued that no job is really secure when you have a boss that can fire you at a whim. That’s why I’ve always tried to build businesses even when I worked for the man. But to each their own. At the end of the day, I just want to help people avoid scams and find ways to make money at home legitimately.
So I’m happy you appreciate our effort here. Good luck! I’m confident that if you continue to read this site and take action, you’ll find something.

Tallehis - May 7, 2011 Reply

hey eddy thanks for what you doing its been a help to me, i live in nigeria and is it possible to get a work from home job that will pay me pls am a new b.

Danna - May 5, 2011 Reply

Hey, this is my first time to see this site. It is nice, I have tried so many money making things and it has been horrible. I figured you looking for a job you shouldnt have to pay to get it. I have started looking at your site and will continue to look and research more. I am disabled and deaf in one ear. I have a hard time understanding people when they talk, I usually have to look at them, so I can read their lips, but Mr. Eddy you have a great voice to speaking and I can understand you so easily. Thanks for this site I’m glad I found it.

    Eddy Salomon - May 5, 2011 Reply

    Well I’m glad you found us too. I’m confident if you take time to read through the material especially all of the guide above, you’ll be well on your way to avoiding scams and making money legitimately. You’re at the right place. Here’s to your success this time around.

Guillermo Fernandez - April 23, 2011 Reply

Hi this is my first time doing this and i hope for the response, i find this kind of sites very usefull so first of all i would like to thank you for the hard work :). Anyways i know this is a very common question and all but i still need all the guideance i can get im currently studying abroad on the caribbean and my college schedule is kinda horrible so any tips for me or anything i might appreciate.

Thanks in advance,

    Eddy Salomon - April 24, 2011 Reply

    Hey Guillermo,
    You’re quite welcome. All the guidance you need is right in the guide above. If you take the time to read it including the comments and watching the videos listed you’ll be well on your way to working at home and avoiding scams. All the hard work has been done for you. All you have to do is read the information and take action. Hope this helps.

Jessica - April 3, 2011 Reply

Hi Eddy!
I’m a college student interested in using Affiliate Marketing to pick up a few bucks. I happened to come across your site looking for reviews of Wealthy Affiliate University…. and I must say I love your website! The information you’ve provided is incredibly thorough and easy to understand. I’m especially glad you keep everything up to date and you actively reply to comments. I’ll definitely be taking the time to read through all your guides and various articles.
Just wanted to say thanks!

    Eddy Salomon - April 4, 2011 Reply

    Hey Jessica,

    Sorry for the delay. I really appreciate the kind words and you just stopping by to say thanks. That’s such a rare things in my line of work. So I appreciate the thank you!

Eddy Salomon - March 30, 2011 Reply

We listed a link for international work at home options right in the guide above.

Fiona - March 30, 2011 Reply

hi eddy I am from Uganda I still haven’t yet got a job and am desperate for the cash any more tips on how to land a work at home job. fiona

Anonymous - March 24, 2011 Reply

Hello Eddy!

I’ve tried to find work at home for a long time! Now, I’m in a position where I’ve got to increase my income. My job is not meeting all of my obligations monthly. I’m a single (widowed) parent of 17 yr old girl/boy twins and I’m probably in the worse financial condition I’ve ever been in!! My late husband used to always say, Its always darkest before the dawn! I just try to hold on to that!

Every Work at Home program I’ve looked into wants you to pay anywhere from $50 to $200 for books and tapes. Well, it would figure that if a person is having financial troubles to the point of needing to do this, they don’t have money up front to invest!! They need to make some money first, then after a while, they can probably invest in some other tools and resources to help their business grow! That would be the case with me!

Seems like your information is tailored more for a person like me and I assure you, I believe in bringing my “friends” along for the ride! I’m going to read the WAH Guide and follow your advice! In the meantime, take care and I’ll be in touch! Linda

    Eddy Salomon - March 24, 2011 Reply

    Linda, I’m glad you posted this second comment. lol I was just going to suggest you go back and actually read the guide above and watch all the videos listed in it because it’s basically designed to help you achieve your very goal and without a dime. So I’m glad you took the time to go back and read it.

    If you do continue to take the time to read the material on my site you’re going to find numerous ways to make money at no cost including traditional jobs and non-traditional opportunities. So just spend the next couple of days reading the material and taking action and you’ll be in a better place. I promise you. Good luck.

Chellsylamb - March 21, 2011 Reply

im am new to thw whole work online thing. i am a stay at work mom that is trying to make some extrs money. i could really use some help trying to figure this stuff out. it all seems great and easy but i just cant figure out how to find the perfect job for me. and how to get started.

    Eddy Salomon - March 21, 2011 Reply

    Try actually reading the guide above and taking action. It was created just for people in your situation but only works if you read it, watch the videos and take action. We’ve done all the hard work for you. Now it’s up to you to use it.

GG - January 19, 2011 Reply

Hi, Eddy. I am loving the idea of working from home. I hate all of the things that traditional, brick and mortar (B&M) office jobs offer:

-office politics which equals playing “the game” with jerks while suffering their presence
-someone spying on my Internet activity and monitoring what I do, say, and wear constantly
-forced work and expectations regardless of desire,personal concerns,bad weather,or important life events
-my job success,prospects,security and living determined by people who do not give a damn about me
-all of the stress and health problems related to the above nonsense compounded by years

Conversely, I am repeatedly told by my mother that I need security, a reliable and increasing income,health benefits, and a pension from a good government job (that will take care of me for the rest of my life).

So, what do you think about it, Eddy?

    Eddy Salomon - January 19, 2011 Reply


    I think you already know how I feel about this. I obviously agree with all your feelings and why I worked really hard to leave “the man and his job”. This nonsense of security is a joke. In my parents age that may have been the case. But anyone that has been witness to the last 3-4 years already knows there is no such thing as job security unless your a bank being bailed out by the government. Getting a government job is a probably a bit better than a private sector job because of the benefits and somewhat security it offers. But it doesn’t alleviate all the other stuff you hate about working outside the home.

    At the end of the day you need to make your own path and stay true to it. My mom thought my little work at home aspiration was a dream but now like so many people in my circle she’s my biggest cheerleader.

    So do what’s best for you. It may mean having to deal with some stuff until you can reach your dream. But when you do reach it, it’s oh so sweet. Hopefully as you read through this site especially things like the guide above, you’ll be well on your way to making your work at home dream a reality. Everything you need to succeed is on this site. It’s just a matter of taking the time to read the information and taking action on what calls to you. So good luck!

    GG - January 19, 2011 Reply

    You are a really nice guy and I can see that you really want to help people. God Bless you.

    Eddy Salomon - January 19, 2011 Reply

    Thanks GG. I really appreciate it.

    das - May 15, 2011 Reply

    i have been looking for awhile for a home type job and i like what i have heard and read so far on this site… i agree with the GG person who said you are a really nice guy that you really want to help people and yes god bless you! i tried to do the envelope stuffing thing yrs ago when my daughter was a yr old and they ripped me off! was very angry too…. so thank you for the info.. have a great weekend! 🙂 

    Eddy Salomon - May 15, 2011 Reply

    You’re welcome Das. Glad I’m glad you found our site and I’m confident it will help. I also appreciate the kind words so thank you.

    Deb - May 23, 2011 Reply

    Hey Eddie,

    This was written in January so you probably already know this, still I have to add a statement. Government jobs are far less “secure” than one may expect. In Maryland (I lived there for 2 years) I learned that state workers were being asked to go without benefits, and even working for no money for several months. The same with Federal workers. It was quite the scandal that the president was preaching insurance for everyone while federal workers were going without insurance benefits this went on for at least 2 months.  So even government work is not what it used to be.

    I LOVE the site and will be spending as much time as possible (and necessary) to get all the information you have to give.

    I am like so many here; without work, living with friends (rather than a cardboard box) and yes, I have been scammed and scammed again!  I am very grateful for the hardwork you have put into this site and all the information to help us begin to climb back up out of the mess we have found ourselves in.


    Wanda Strong - June 15, 2012 Reply

    Hi, I’m new to this site and just reading thru everything, but had to comment bc this post, as old as it is, was so, so funny and right on point!!

    Eddy Salomon - June 16, 2012 Reply

    Hey Wanda, Welcome to the site. I’m happy you’re appreciating the information and getting a good laugh in the process too. =)

Eddy Salomon - January 8, 2011 Reply

Glad you like the guide. But hopefully now that you read the scam page and watched the scam video listed above, it should be very easy for you to figure out what a scam is. It’s just a matter of doing your research. If so, it’s almost impossible to get scammed. I haven’t been scammed for years applying that philosophy and research. So keep that in mind.

ebusinessmom - January 8, 2011 Reply

Its very informative. There are alot of scams but its hard to differentiate if thats real or not. Thanks for your advice.

Eddy Salomon - December 24, 2010 Reply

Thanks Marlen. Great to hear from you again.
You’ve given some great advice: Read everything on this blog. Most people that spend a couple of days doing that end up making money or avoiding scams. But unfortunately for some people even reading is too much work. But for those that don’t mind helping themselves then this site will be a great tool for them. So thanks for chiming in!

Sakara Jackson - December 22, 2010 Reply

hello this is like the seventeenth website i have been on how would i get an job with your company and what would i have to do?

    Eddy Salomon - December 23, 2010 Reply

    How about actually read the guide above if you’re serious about working at home? That’s probably one of the things working against your success, you’re not READING information presented to help you succeed. Good luck to you.

Janet - December 20, 2010 Reply

Hello. I have been enjoying what I’ve been reading and the videos also. My husband and I are looking for jobs to work from home. You have great information and look forward to reading and seeing more. Thank you so very much for this site.

God Bless

    Eddy Salomon - December 20, 2010 Reply

    Thanks Janet, I’m glad you’re both actually taking the time to go through the information. I’m confident as a result you will land something that will make you money. God bless you and your family as well.

yhanie - December 14, 2010 Reply

hello there,, i’ve been reading your articles for about 3 days now.. i’m just a student and need to have a part time job to support my own without risking my studies

    Eddy Salomon - December 14, 2010 Reply

    Did you actually read the guide above because it pretty much gives you everything you need to find a part time job? We’ve made it very clear and simple for anyone who has really read our site.

    Eddy Salomon - December 14, 2010 Reply

    Did you actually read the guide above because it pretty much gives you everything you need to find a part time job? We’ve made it very clear and simple for anyone who has really read our site.

yhanie - December 14, 2010 Reply

hello there,, i’ve been reading your articles for about 3 days now.. i’m just a student and need to have a part time job to support my own without risking my studies

yhanie - December 14, 2010 Reply

hello there,, i’ve been reading your articles for about 3 days now.. i’m just a student and need to have a part time job to support my own without risking my studies

ebusinessmom - November 25, 2010 Reply

Thanks for your article. it is very informative. there are lots of scams out there. It is good to know how to recognize scams. Thanks!

anita - November 19, 2010 Reply

hy there we all need to stick together and catch all theses scam artists ,just not right us spending all our hard earned energy and time on these people ,we are clearly here to earn cash ,not to be conned & robbed !

Bobbie - November 12, 2010 Reply

I get alot of crap from the internet because I am out of work and my resume is on the job websites. When I first received the Postal Money Order, the sender was greedy, he sent 2 for $998 instead of one, MYSTERY SHOPPER!!!, BULL. If in doubt which I was, I went to the Postal Money Order Website and they explain how to tell if it’s fake or not. Then I found your website and have been reading from it almost everyday. Thank You. If you are still in doubt I went to the Post Office and turned it in with all the information I had. The sender began to harrass me. He was the Scammer!! I also went to Transamerica for transcription since I am a typist and yes they wanted all this money after they get you excited. Another I am not so sure is stay at home woman in San Luis Obispo Area makes thousands, seen on TV. I live near that area and it looked good. They want you to order the Business System and still I can’t seem to get an answer from this they want you to pay monthly to belong to an Association?? When I ask about that I can’t get a straight answer. Then almost everday I get another email regarding this venture with different pictures of people for the same thing. I ask which is it?? I am broke, on unemployment for the first time in my 56years, am educated and still cannot get a job. I am the best worker you can have. I don’t play on the computer. I always give 110%. Why do I want to put more money out if I don’t have it to begin it. I can see maybe putting out up to $50 if it’s for sure but I cannot pay monthly fees on top of it. So, back to, “if it sounds risky it is”. It really hurts me to see how people want to scam you for their profit. Watch for the emails, you will notice when they want you to send private information, the reply to: is usally a totally different name. I look on the internet and find alot of the things out there are are already on a watch out for list.

    Eddy Salomon - November 12, 2010 Reply

    I’m happy you have found the site and are learning from it. It’s sad that we even have to worry about these con artist but that’s the industry. The best way to fight it is to be educated about the scams and share them when you run across them. That’s why we have our scam page:
    It’s amazing how many scams people have reported there. It has helped a lot of folks avoid them because of the brave folks like you that report them. Don’t let the scam artist get the better of you. The way to beat them is to succeed with legitimate options and sharing scams when you come across them.

    Marlene - December 24, 2010 Reply

    Hi Bobbie,
    Please don’t let scammers get you down. They got me too. But there is some good money to be made with the right program. Stick with Eddy, he won’t steer you wrong. I always check everyone out at
    But there are lots of other ways to protect yourself. Browse around this site. Theres a lot of info here. I made some money writing for a site called Textbroker. Eddy lists them here.
    They pay $6-$8 an article depending on your skills. I thought that was a bit low but they have a good rep online and pay on time, every time.Their great for quick for pocket change. Anyway keep searching! Don’t give up! And read as much as you can on this site. You won’t find a better site on scam free biz opps.

    Merry Christmas Eddy to you and family. God bless you!

Tim K. - November 8, 2010 Reply

Hey Eddy,

I discovered this site about a month ago, but ignorantly gave it no attention. Well, now I’m finding myself in serious financial trouble. I gave this site another look 2 days ago, and have been reading EVERYTHING I can find. I looked at that video you made about that and affiliation, and was wondering if there were any other legitimate survey sites. As of now, my income is basically dead-locked for bills, and I am wanting to make a go-of-it at WA. So, I’d like to try to raise the money for a subscription ASAP. So far this site and your advice has saved me countless hours, and I feel I might actually be on the right track this time.

    Eddy Salomon - November 8, 2010 Reply


    Welcome back. Sadly there are a few people that come here and fail to read the material. Then when they venture out and see the nonsense out there they have a better appreciation for what we do here. So we’re glad to see you back here and actually READING everything. I’m confident if you continue to do so you’ll find a lot of different ways to make money.

    It’s nice to hear you’re considering the business of affiliate marketing and looking to WA for your training. It can be a very profitable business if you know what you’re doing and stick with it. I like that you want to leverage other opportunities to pay for the training. It’s something I always suggest when folks are tight for money.

    However surveys alone probably won’t get you the results you want relatively quickly. You see surveys are not a consistent way to make money. You only get surveys if you fit a certain demographic profile. Sadly some profiles aren’t as desirable as others which may decrease your chances of getting surveys even further. Surveys are nice to have when do qualify. But don’t look to them for consistency. That being said we do list other surveys here:
    Swagbucks actually has surveys now as well:

    But what you probably need to focus on is getting a traditional work at home job.
    We list new job leads on the following page every day: so be sure to check it out regularly. Hopefully you’ll be able to land something that can help pay for your training or if you’re lucky support you totally.

    In the mean time you can also make money with other non-traditional make money opportunities that I have listed on the following page:

    I hope this helps either way. Again welcome back!

Fern Kartchner - October 11, 2010 Reply

@Eddy Salomon:
Thank you so much for that great info, has given me a great guideline to go by, Really appreciate the fact that you took time to do this, so many places are scams and it’s hard enough without wasting needless time and energy to find the right places to go, and you have saved me alot of time. Your help has been invaluable. Have a wonderful week 🙂

God Bless

Todd - October 8, 2010 Reply

Thanks Eddy!
Your guide really helped me sooo much!
I’ve decided to tackle the PTC/GPT business.
Maybe you have a guide somewhere for that as well 🙂 Take care!


Nancy - October 5, 2010 Reply


farrah dewitt - September 19, 2010 Reply

i am new to trying to work from home. thank you for your information you post on hear. i’m so afraid of falling for a scam. i can’t afford that. all i want to do is find some kind of work i can do at home. so i can quit my job and be home with all my children.

    Eddy Salomon - September 19, 2010 Reply

    You’re quite welcome! Obviously I can relate to your dream. It took me a while to achieve the same one you have. But I also didn’t initially have the guidance you have here on this site. So I’m sure you’ll be able to achieve it sooner than I did. Don’t let the fear of scams freeze you into inaction. As long as you do your research, scams are pretty easy to avoid. I haven’t fallen for one in years because of the information listed above about scams. So be sure to watch the video on my scams page, read the articles and the comments and you’ll be fine:

    Everything you need to succeed is already on this site. Provided you’re willing to read, take action and keep an open mind, you’ll find success like many of the people that visit this site regularly. Between my scam page, the jobs page which is updated daily and my recommendations page, you have everything you need:

    I encourage you to become a subscriber as well so you’re aware of new scams or legit opportunities I may cover:

    You’re very fortunate to find this site, now it’s just a matter of using it and you’ll eventually reach your goals!

DonnyCash - September 16, 2010 Reply

Hey Eddie nice site. You provide a lot af really good honest advice and thats good to see. Ive been doing alot of reaserch and your site has giving by far the most comprehensive and honest info ive found.. as someone who is just getting into blogging and working from home you’ve been a great resource..

Mike Williams - September 10, 2010 Reply

Great guide and videos. I think this was the most honest post I have read in a while. Nice for a change.

glenda simpson - September 4, 2010 Reply

Im a single stay at home mom. I have two boys with muscular dystrophy, Im there caretaker and teacher, they are homeschooled. I do have spare time and despretly need to bring in extra income, but I cant put alot of money into a home based job. So please help me earn money for my family.

    Eddy Salomon - September 4, 2010 Reply


    I’m not sure if you actually read the guide above but it pretty much has everything you need & it doesn’t cost you a dime. The same goes for most of the articles on this site: All you have to do is READ them and take action and you can help your family. So go back and actually READ the information and you’ll be well on your way. I wish you and your family all the best. It definitely sounds like you can use the information we provide on the site. We did all the hard work so it should be pretty easy at this point with resources like the one above and all over this site.

Kandy - September 3, 2010 Reply

I was disappointed to find out there was a fee required to apply for the Trivia Writer position you posted on your recommended job list .

    Eddy Salomon - September 3, 2010 Reply

    Are you sure you’re not confusing an ad with a job? Because our jobs listed here: are free unless a shady marketer disguised it as a legit job which then would slip through our screening. We’re not infallible. Either way we have a flag job link you can use in situations like that. In those rare occasions of this type of slip up, just flag the job and move on to another one of interest to you which is why that section is updated daily with new listings.

KC - September 1, 2010 Reply

Hi Eddy,

Your site is really informative and perhaps one of the best I have came across. However, I am from Malaysia. Could you advise me if there would be online work for foreigners and how would that work?

Many thanks.


    Eddy Salomon - September 1, 2010 Reply


    Thanks for the kind words. I would recommend reading the page above as we listed a link regarding finding work at home outside the us. So be sure you are carefully reading our material so you don’t miss any more opportunities and information that is designed to help you. Thanks.

Princess - July 30, 2010 Reply

hi eddy,

thanks for this! I hope to find a legitimate work at home now …I’ve been searching for a website that will teach me how to find a real job that fits..great help!

    Eddy Salomon - July 30, 2010 Reply

    You’re welcome Princess.
    I’m sure that if you continue to read my site you’ll be avoiding a lot of scams but more importantly making money if you haven’t already.

C. - July 21, 2010 Reply

That’s funny :o)

I just found this site and jumped straight to the end of the page and started typing, so I never even saw the top part or the guide. I do believe this is the place for me right now. I just wanted to know if there was anything you would personally recommend as you seem like you know what you’re talking about, however, I’m going to go ahead and read the guide and see where I can take action.


C. - July 21, 2010 Reply

I am ready this very minute to begin working at home. I am ready to do some genuine, scam-free, honest work where I don’t have to pay one penny or give my bank details. (I’ll happily accept cheque payment to begin with) Can you give me the exact, specific (not vague) website/work etc. where I can start right now, see results and not be disappointed..

Thank you in advance


    Eddy Salomon - July 21, 2010 Reply

    How about you start by reading the guide above and taking action if you’re so ready?
    That’s what the folks that actually make money on this site do. We’ve already done the hard work by researching and providing legitimate options and presenting them on this site. But if you’re not actually willing to READ the information and take action this isn’t really the place for you. But we wish the best either way. Good luck out there.

Juanita G. - July 16, 2010 Reply

Hi Eddy I just came across your website on work at home scams, thanks for the info. Being I am 50 yrs of age and unemployeed at the time I don’t have money to send someone that wants me to work for them. Thanks again for the helpful Info and God Bless you for what you are doing to help people from becoming scammed and broke!

    Eddy Salomon - July 17, 2010 Reply


    You’re quite welcome. I’m glad you found our site. I’m sure as you read through the information especially the guide above you’ll find a lot of free options.
    Good luck.

call center dude - July 14, 2010 Reply

hello eddy,
Glad i found this site i’am a working student know i know i can work at my home… thanks for this tips…
i enjoyed watching your video….

    Eddy Salomon - July 15, 2010 Reply


    I’m glad you found the site as well and have the hope to work at home now.
    As you can see it is possible if you have the proper guidance and resources. Good luck to you.

Cathy - July 13, 2010 Reply

Yup, those work at home scams are thriving. I just ran into one. They have you give them just a phone number. A person will call you so you can decide if it’s the right fit for you. Can you say “melaleuca”? I got hit twice. No money out the door, just my precious time! They had me go to an “interview” for Customer Service. They said they saw my resume’ on CareerBuilder. They were located in a tiny strip mall 7 miles from here that just so happened to be using the address of a street named after a medical building. It was nothing but a cheesy infomercial. I walked out. Yesterday I was hit by myLot. There is a site called internetCEOmoms. They have “partnered” with melaleuca. Liars! They sell melaleuca! Yes, your site runs well, even though you’ve taken the summer “off”. Happy sunshine! Just thought I’d share.

MJ - June 18, 2010 Reply

Hi Eddy,

I just want to say a big THANK YOU for this guide and your website. I have been applying to jobs for 6 months and never was called back in all that time. I found a job lead through that you recommended and they are forwarding my app to a potential new employer. I feel so encouraged! I want to leave an awful job and now I am one step closer to that goal 🙂

Thanks again,

steve - June 14, 2010 Reply

@Eddy Salomon:
Hi Eddy, Unfortuneatly I am one of the people scammed by TRANSAM. I thought that because I found the job through which I got through your website, I thought it was a good scam-free site. I have just started reading your website and someone told me ( about your work at home no scam website. I did only pay half of what they wanted me to, but I feel so violated and stupid. I assume there is no way to get my money back? I am disabled and that was alot of money for me. I want to remind everyone to RESEARCH YOUR POTENTIAL NEW JOB. Like you said not all the site here are really from you. I even found it through your suggested sites. I feel like a fool. Be sure that next time I will research, research, research the next job I want to apply for. Thank you for all your advise. Steve

Stephanie - June 7, 2010 Reply

Hey Wendy if you are still interested in joining Ameriplan email me at and I will give you ALL the information you need! I was a skeptic about this at first but not anymore and we have a fantastic upline!

wendy - June 4, 2010 Reply

Hi Rachelle,

I wanted to know if you are still with Ameriplan and how is it working out for you. I am thinking about joining the program.

kathy blanton - June 2, 2010 Reply

So, after reading your guidelines and listening to the video, and checking out your suggestions. Honestly, do people really make as much as I’ve read by working at home?

    Eddy Salomon - June 2, 2010 Reply


    I don’t know what people you’re referring to. There are a lot of outrageous claims out there.
    There are some people like me that earn 5 figures per month and others that earn a fraction of that.
    Ultimately it doesn’t matter. The fact of the matter is there are legit ways to make money from home.
    It’s not a urban myth. Don’t let your own experiences cloud your judgement. I personally never knew anyone that
    worked at home but I knew it was a reality. Despite all the naysayers, I pursued this dream and obviously after a lot of hard work and time, I made it a reality.

    So yes it’s possible. The amount you or anyone venturing into this earns will vary just like it does offline. It’s that simple. But at the end of the day making money at home legitimately is a reality. If you take the time to read through this blog and the comments you’ll here from real people attesting to this. But they were only able to achieve this because they finally left their skepticism behind and took action. That’s the only way you’ll know for yourself.

    At the end of the day just do your research if you decide to venture into this. You have the right to be skeptical. Just don’t let it cripple you from taking action otherwise you’ll just get more of what you already have. If you’re fine with that then don’t change anything. But if not take a calculated risk and find for yourself. Good luck.

Lori Martin - May 19, 2010 Reply

Great job! Wish I had found this site years ago. You are one of the good huiman beings left!!

    Eddy Salomon - May 19, 2010 Reply

    Thanks for the kind words. Better late than never I say.
    You have found us now and I’m sure you’ll be able to make up for lost time.
    Take care.

Jed - May 12, 2010 Reply

What’s a realistic paycheck if i work here?

    Eddy Salomon - May 12, 2010 Reply


    I have no idea. Like any job, it will depend on your skill, the company you work with and the job your apply for. All those details are usually presented to you during an interview with a company.

verna - May 6, 2010 Reply

i would like some help finging a home from home

Jessica - March 31, 2010 Reply

Thanks Eddy for you wonderfull tips. I now know what to look for while searching for ligitimate work at home jobs. Your website had been very usefull. Wish me luck!!

LaVonne Larsen - March 17, 2010 Reply

I am a 54 year old mother and grandmother. With only a GED, 4 major back surgerys in the past 9 years. I am still very physical but limited. I tend my 2 grandchildren (1 a toddler, 1 in school) so they don’t have to go to day care and I can pick them up from school if needed. My husband is self employed and the economy has hurt us. I need to bring in an income to help and I to have investigated the work at home scam night mares. I would like to continue to care for my grand children but do work at home on my extra time. Do you have some suggestions for me? You are the only safe site I have seen!!! Thank You

    Eddy Salomon - March 17, 2010 Reply


    Have you tried reading and taking action on the guide above? Because everything you need happens to be right above.

    Minister Marlene - December 24, 2010 Reply

    Wow guys! Start reading everything on this blog. Most of your questions are answered and there are a ton of jobs and work opps here. No, I don’t work for Eddy but I’ve spent a lot of time on this site. I’ve seen the jobs Eddy has mentioned on this site-on major employment sites. I’ve seen most of the jobs for freelance writers on major sites as well. Even Pro Blogger has some of the writing opps. Eddy has done and continues to do a lot of legwork on this site. He’s giving you up to date and real opps.

Sweety - March 10, 2010 Reply

Hey Eddy…really good work…i’ve already gone through half of your guide…m from India and desperately looking for a virtual work but most of the sites like etc. do not provide memberships for few countries including India…so just waana to know if you could help me with that..

Dennis - February 26, 2010 Reply

Thanks for the great content and information on a legitimate home based business opportunity. I search the net looking for this type of content to give me ideas on future articles that I am going to write on this same general subject. Appreciate reading your article and information on this particular subject.

Guru - February 26, 2010 Reply

hi Eddy!

its a fantastic site for the beginners. keep rock!


Angi Stovall - February 19, 2010 Reply

Wow I just now came across your website. It is amazing, I wish I’d found it sooner.

debbie fenoglio - January 20, 2010 Reply

i would love to work at home p.s help thanks @ GOD BLESS

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Lorena - January 17, 2010 Reply

Eddy, can I trust in because to apply for a project they are asking me to pay $ 169/year.
Great website Eddy.
God Bless you,

    Eddy Salomon - January 17, 2010 Reply


    Try reading the guide above. There is a section about scams and a video that shows you how to research companies. Your type of question is basically the reason it was created. Legitimate jobs are also listed above as well. Everything you need is already here but you have to actually read it. Good luck.

gwen - December 6, 2009 Reply

Hi. Eddy..
Thanks for the hard work you put into this site. I have read alot here in the past week.
So glad I found it. Wish I had found it sooner. Simply amazing.!!!!!
I have a home business, which I love, But looking for a little extra income, while
building my business and helping people and children.
Could you give a little insite on which company would be the best to work for??
I have found the best business, just looking for the best work from home job now.
Thanks for what you do. Glad to see people out there like me, trying to help.
Thanks for your time.

sharon Jones - November 30, 2009 Reply

You are a blessed man and may the blessing keep pouring with much praise (“Keep your praise on”.

sharon Jones - November 30, 2009 Reply

@Eddy Salomon:
I am real serious and glad to have found this website.This my first time registering for twittering. I typed in my information with hopes connections were made of my interest in working from home. I am single parent and also includes a parent of 70 years old on dialysis. I just trying to keep the faith no matter what challenges. Once I am register as a person follower, do I just come to this website or/and my email to check for responses?

    Eddy Salomon - November 30, 2009 Reply

    Hi Sharon,
    Thanks. I do feel very blessed and try to spread that as much as I can with others around me. Everyone can use a little blessing in their lives. You have a great attitude and despite what may be going in your life as long as you keep your faith and take action when opportunities are presented to you, you’ll always thrive in the midst of any storm.

    In any event, I’m glad you found our website as well. I’m sure as you read through it you’ll find a lot of options and ways of making money that you never considered or were even aware of. That being said, I’m not sure if I really understand your question about twitter. If you want to be aware of when I posts new articles and opportunities then all you need to do is subscribe via email:
    The twitter option I have listed is for people that actually use twitter. If you don’t, then you don’t need to really be concerned with it.

    In terms of the articles, you’ll notice that you can subscribe to comments for any article. So if you want to be emailed when someone responds to a specific article then you check the subscribe box in the comments area to subscribe to that given article. Hope this helps. Take care.

Nancy - November 29, 2009 Reply

First time I’ve been on this site and this is exactly what I’ve been looking for. Lots of great info here. Thanks!

K.Wayne - November 27, 2009 Reply

@Eddy Salomon:
Don\’t know if you did or not. Keep up the wonderful work your doing too. Great to have someone that others can come to.

K.Wayne - November 26, 2009 Reply

Wonderful Info.
The first video doesn’t work.

Eddy Salomon - November 17, 2009 Reply

Thanks Bisaani!

bisaani - November 17, 2009 Reply

hello Eddy this is my first visit to your website.Liked your about me page.Surely i want to visit regular on this informative website.

Lee - November 9, 2009 Reply

Your website has been nicely put together, but without sugar coating things, I wanted to tell you that, yes, I did read it.. a few pages of it, at least..and one thing that is a major turn off is this affiliate marketing lingo term that is so generously used it denotes confusion and quite the misunderstandings. When ever I personally think of the term and meaning of affiliate marketing.. my next immediate thought is – cost to advertise. This is always a problem because while you can tote yourself as being an expert and in the affiliate marketing field, you and everybody else talking about the same title NEVER explain that it costs gobs and gobs of money to advertise.. AND if you were to come back with – no, it doesnt.. you are reading from a person who has been online network marketing going on 6 years..and YES it does cost money.. the FREE classified and promotional sites do one thing for you.. they get you gobs and gobs of upselling solicitations.. lovely, just lovely. I want a real work at home job that I either type, and submit a form and receive a check. I have the paid to click sites like send earnings and inbox.. it has taken me upwards of 2 years to earn $38.50 from sendearnings.. and why? because I flat out will not use my debit card or cc card for any such offers – even though they say you can cancel before the trial period is up .. why? simple.. I do not TRUST them. I have earned this piss poor amount simply by clicking and getting credit of a half a frickin penny! that is WHY it has taken so long to earn with these particular sites.

No matter what you or anybody writes or says – affiliate marketing does not come without some type of price tag….albeit loads of time.. but more like MONEY spent in promoting.

    Eddy Salomon - November 9, 2009 Reply

    Hi Lee,

    You may want to read the following articles:

    There are tons of people using free affiliate marketing techniques such as article marketing, SEO, blog commenting, forum marketing etc to make money online. So it is possible to do well in this career without spending a lot of money or any money assuming you know how to apply those free techniques. If you have enough free time on your hands and are pretty good at research you can learn anything about marketing for free. Then it’s just a matter of applying it.

    There is this false perception that you can only make money with affiliate marketing using PPC which is BS. I’ve done it and know how to make money with it. But it’s far too time consuming and costs lots of money. Whereas I can get the same results with SEO and that’s “free” because it just takes a bit of my time to write articles and such. So I don’t necessarily agree with your assertion fully. Where I do see most people spending money is learning these techniques and I think that’s fine because it’s no different than paying to go to college to get skills for a career. But once you’ve been trained in various affiliate marketing techniques you can basically focus on the free methods and do fine. It usually involves a lot more work and patience but it can be done. Just don’t expect magical results right away. It has to be a long term investment in time and effort. The problem is most people come into this business with an employee mentality and I’m sorry that’s not going to cut it. If you’re looking for a set amount of money based on the hours and time you put in, then you need to focus on a work at home job:

    If you’re looking to build a lifestyle where you determine how much money you’ll make, when you work and play, then you need to be willing to make the sacrifices to do that. Ultimately Affiliate marketing isn’t easy and not for everyone: But that’s why I’m constantly providing folks with different options. You’ll notice this as you read my blog. I sing the praises of affiliate marketing because it’s what helped me get out the rat race but i recognize it’s not meant for everyone and that’s why this whole site isn’t dedicated to promoting tons of affiliate marketing products. It’s just the opposite, I provide various non affiliate marketing opportunities: and job leads: so that no matter what your preference or experience may have been, you have options. This is only clear if you’ve read enough of my body work. Hopefully in time you’ll see that.

selina - October 26, 2009 Reply

i thinkin about moving back home (philly) i now live in florida, igoing to need a job when i go back to philly what best work at home job be good to do?

    Eddy Salomon - October 26, 2009 Reply


    That’s like asking what’s the best non-work at home job? What might be the best work at home job for me may not be the best job for you. That being said, I do have a list of the jobs that tend to be in demand and pay well. I provided a link to these jobs in the guide above, make sure you actually read the guide if you hope to be successful at landing a work at home job because it isn’t easy. Good luck.

Rajesh - October 5, 2009 Reply

@Eddy Salomon:
That is a sure thing Eddy. I will be spreading the word around about this site whenever I can.

If I come across some good work from home locations, will let you know. Is there one common page or address it can be sent to? As I see, the reader comments and your responses are spread across your articles.

I hope others do as well and make this a great hub to land on.


Rajesh - October 4, 2009 Reply

Dear Eddy,
This is probably the best and definitely the most genuine collection of information and advice on “work-from-home” that I have come across on the internet.

With so many desperate souls looking for an extra income including me, and cold-blooded scamsters around, your are doing such a great service to so many people around the globe.

Congratulations and do keep up this great work! My all best wishes.

Though I do not get to spend a lot of time on the net, please let me know if I can help you in any small way in this service.

Take care and may all the good come to you and your near and dear!


    Eddy Salomon - October 4, 2009 Reply

    Hi Rajesh,

    Thanks so much for the kind words. It always feels good to know the efforts are appreciated! The best way you can help me and people in general is to spread the word about this site so others can avoid scams and learn how to find legitimate work at home opportunities. That would be a great help to me. Thanks for asking that! That’s the first time I’ve had someone visit this site and ask what they could do for me. It’s great to meet people like you. Thanks again for the continued support and taking time just to express your sentiments.

Anil - September 28, 2009 Reply


Could you please advice me how to start works at home, please advice, Is there any hidden charges?

Looking forward your advice

Amy C. - September 15, 2009 Reply

Thanks for the advice and the kind words. I will definitely read the links you put on there. I’m not so much a big poster on message boards and stuff, but it sounds like I will be working to change that.

Amy C. - September 14, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy,

I have been reading your site for about 2 months now, but this is the first time I have posted. I just want to say thank you for this site and for the guidance you provide. I have signed up for a few of the PTC sites you have recommended. I originally was looking for information on a site I was looking at, but I found so much more. You have truly been an inspiration for me to set out on a journey that I have no idea where it is going.

A few weeks back, I decided that I was going to build up a steady income out of absolutely nothing. My goal is $500 per month. I have spent nothing out of my own pocket and will keep it that way. I will reinvest much of what I am earning, as well as everything I earn from Mechanical Turk in upgrades and advertising. My profits are currently around $50 total, but it is a start. I am keeping a blog (it’s a work in progress, only 2 days old) of my journey for anyone that is interested in following along. I even have free hosting for that for now.

My primary reason for doing this is that there are so many who do not have extra money of their own to invest, and they may decide to not do anything because they can’t do everything. My hope is that my blog will inspire them to take that first small step and work their way toward their own goals, whatever they may be.

My main reason for posting here (besides the free advertising – click my name people ;)) is to thank you for providing me the inspiration and the knowledge to start on my crazy journey and to pass on some knowledge I have gained from you and some of the blogs you have linked to on to others.

    Eddy Salomon - September 15, 2009 Reply


    Thanks for the kind words. But more importantly congratulations on your progress with your money making efforts! It’s always great to hear from people taking action and making money! You go girl.

    You may want to get the following free blogging course to help you with your site:

    In terms of promoting your blog, you definitely don’t want to post comments on other blogs asking people to click your name. That’s a no no.
    Blog commenting marketing works as follows:

    Visit popular blogs in your niche that get more traffic than you. Then post useful feedback and comments. Always include your website address in the url field. Make it habit to post useful comments often. Don’t just post stuff like: “Hey I agree with you author” or “I love you author”.

    Provide some real depth and useful information when possible even if it means linking to sites you’re not affiliated with but is related to the topic at hand. Then people will start viewing you as someone that knows their stuff and they’ll be more inclined to click on your name without you having to ask them.

    That’s how you can get some free traffic off established sites.

    You can also try to use the technique in my free affiliate marketing guide:

    Hope this helps. Thanks for your continued support and good luck on your site.

Sandra Lagos - September 10, 2009 Reply

Mr. Salomon,

Thank you for the infrmation provided in your website.


Carol - September 9, 2009 Reply

I wanted to say that you have one of the best sites on the web. 15yrs on the net I think I can say that. I have tried quite a few sites and have been ripped off. But, when I first started there wasn’t a lot of information out there.
I did join Ether but am having problem getting it going. But it is a good program.
Keep up the good work and also may I mention that if you read the terms of use and the earnings at the bottom of a website you will find out more information about what you maybe getting into. Many times more info is in that.


    Eddy Salomon - September 9, 2009 Reply

    Thanks for the kind words Carol.
    I really appreciate that. I totally agree with you about reading the terms and conditions of a site. Most people don’t. Scammers and shady marketers prey of this. But in general, the more you read the less likely you are to get scammed.
    Thanks again.

LaFaye Perkins - September 7, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy,
This is LaFaye Perkins and I am a 19 year old disabled woman and I want to start a Home Business or more pacifically an online pet supply store. I was wondering can you help me get started or do you know what I should do to get my business started?

    Eddy Salomon - September 7, 2009 Reply

    Hi LaFaye,

    If you’re thinking about starting a site about pet supplies I would suggest you do a blog. You also need to think of a more specific niche vs just a general pet supply store because you’ll be competing against a site like and a new site like yours can’t do that. But if you focus on a sub niche like Italian Grey Hound pet supply store for instance, you have a better chance of succeeding. I would encourage you to get a free mini course on blogging here:

    It will help you get started.

    Good luck.

Debra - September 7, 2009 Reply

Hello Eddy. What can you tell me about secret shoppers. I had thjis one email where after I did the task I was to wire money to someone in thew UK. Now reading everything you have said, wiring money to someone else is not part of it? But keep up the good work and may God bless you and your family. Debra

Kalpana - September 7, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy,

This is Kalpana from Singapore. I am visiting your site for the 1st time. Looks good and interesting. Now, I’d like to tell you that I’d invested some amount in a website that said it would provide me with surveys. I was scammed. Can you tell me if there are actually any opportunites outside the US for work at home. Esp. Singapore

Nicola - September 3, 2009 Reply

Well, I just found this link, thanks much…

    Eddy Salomon - September 3, 2009 Reply

    Hi Nicola,
    I’m glad you found the link. lol I was just going to point out it’s right above in the guide.
    So just be careful as you read the site because there is a lot of information listed there, It’s just a matter of taking your time
    to read it.

Nicola - September 3, 2009 Reply

Hi Mr Salomon, first I must say thanks for providing us with such great valid information on your site. I am a Jamaican ( Caribbean West Indies ) I have, in the past signed up with online home based work and paid for packages etc. which obviously were/are scams, as I followed through with instructions and did what I was assigned to do but never recieved a cent, each time after completing a work I’d check my account but it would always be empty. I had given up hopes of ever finding a ligitimate work from home job, especially one that excludes sign up fees or paying for a package etc. until reading through the info you provide here. However, I tried signing up with a few of the sites you recommended and realise that being/living out of the United States is a disadvantage 🙁 … Are there any sites that accepts applicants/workers who live outside the US, Canada, UK ?

darryl cruise - August 31, 2009 Reply

hope this works,i’m sick and i need this bad.

    Eddy Salomon - September 1, 2009 Reply

    Hi Darryl,

    It does work. It may not happen over night but people are able to land a job or make money with the non-traditional opportunities we recommend. The options are there. It’s just a matter of patience, research and taking action when an opportunity presents itself to you. This isn’t an easy industry to succeed in but that guide provides you with a great detail of information that will help you avoid the pitfalls when lacking it.

Betty - August 23, 2009 Reply

Hello Eddy,

WOW! The Lord answered my prayer. I’m blessed I came across your website. God is good all the time.

Your website has a lot of info. I’m pretty much a single parent, work full time for the Veterans Administration providing combat counseling and helping homeless veterans get rehabilitated and find jobs. I also, attend school full time and have an hour commute to work, so I am very busy. However, what I make isn’t cutting it during these difficult times. I’ve always said, “It’s good to have a backup plan” when all else fails.” Of course, I have been scammed several times and have heard this from my husband numerous times, “I TOLD YOU SO, THERE’S NOT SUCH THING AS FAST MONEY”, “You can’t make money from home, everyone needs to get off their lazy butt and go out and get a job like every normal human being.” I on the other hand do dream and believe in miracles. I’ve heard of being an affiliate for particular companies with my interest but wasn’t sure how this would make me any money. I have an AOL account and a facebook account is it difficult to attach the affiliate links? I’m sure your website talks about this somewhere, doesn’t it? And, I know you’re response will be READ READ READ! Will you please, tell me where exactly on your website to look?

Again, thank you so much for providing us all with the FREE information unlike other Entrepreneurs who want us to purchase their E-book to obtain the information on how they became successful. What happen to not forgetting where we came from or where we once where? I believe success is when we teach others how to become successful. We have enough managers who manage what we need are true and honest leaders, successful leaders lead people to success like you EDDY!!

Quick question, do you have any information on if you have an idea but don’t have the money to get it started, there are prospects that are looking to pay for your idea? How about if you write short stories i.e., children stories but again do not have the money to get copyrighted, any information on this too will be grateful.


    Eddy Salomon - August 25, 2009 Reply

    Hey Betty,

    Sorry for the delay. I’m happy you found our site as well and you’re right God is always good!!
    I really admire what you do for our Veterans. I feel that all the sacrifices they do for all of us can never full be repaid and that they should be afforded every privilege and resource. I’ve heard from Vets and breaks my heart to hear about the lack of benefits and resources provided to them. So its good to hear that you work for organization that is giving back to these folks! Sounds like the best job.

    In any event, let me try to answer your question. Yes the first thing I’m going to do is make you read. lol That’s how I learned and why I spend so much time giving you content. So that being said you may want to read the following articles:

    Your husband is right that there is no such thing as fast money! Like the offline world, the online world requires a lot of hard work as well. But with all due respect to your husband there are people that make very good money at home and they’re regular human beings. lol You’re talking to one right now. The problem with people outside our little work at home world is that since they were never able to make it in this world or know anyone that has, there is an assumption that it’s not possible. Just because you don’t see something or understand it doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. I can’t see microwaves but I do know if I throw some food in the microwave oven it’s going to come out hot in a few seconds. So I understand why your husband would think that. All my family and friends thought the same thing. Now that they see my lifestyle they’re all believers and inspired. Because they know a regular joe like me made it, so why can’t they.

    So if this is what you want you’ll need to learn to ignore some of the forces that may tell you it’s not possible. Lord knows they have our best interest in heart but it doesn’t mean they’re right. Hope that makes sense.

    In terms of your question about getting paid for articles, there are so many websites that offer this:

    You should also read my international article where I list freelance sites: Don’t worry it applies to you here in the states too.

    Amazon may also be an option for you:

    So you have options Betty. I hope this helps.

    In regards to entrepreneurs selling information, I find nothing wrong with that. These people put in a lot of sweat, tears and hard work to get where they are and for us to expect that they shouldn’t be compensated for sharing their experience with the masses isn’t realistic considering we live in a capitalist society. I commend the fact that they are willing to share the information because there are a lot of people that come up and don’t feel obligated to help others come up. They’re under the false impression they did it all on their own. So I take more issue with folks like that.

    At the end of the day I feel it’s every one’s responsibility to help each other out as human beings. I don’t know what changed over time that has made this concept a dirty word or principle. I admire entrepreneurs that give back for free. A lot of the ones I follow do a ton of that before ever asking you to buy their products. And because they do this, I always more inclined to do so. So I think it’s all about balance. If folks are giving back by selling books or information that will help your life than more power to them. If folks want to do the same thing for free, that’s great too. Either way that’s a form of giving back.

Bo Shirley - August 20, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy,

Loved the info on My Survey and the affiliate oppurtunities. I’ve done some survry sites and a little mystery shopping but wanted to find something I could use to get my feet wet in affiliate marketing. I was thinking of starting a site but using the classified ads and craiglits is great.
Thanks for putting this stuff put there.

Marly - August 5, 2009 Reply

Wow, thank you so much for your fast reply, I will do what you told me!!@Eddy Salomon:

    Eddy Salomon - August 5, 2009 Reply

    You’re welcome. Don’t get use to the speed. I usually take a day or two to respond. I just happen to be working right now. lol 😉
    Good luck.

Marly - August 5, 2009 Reply

Is this a scam? I just signed up for it and then found your site! then I clicked on Google Money master, which is where I paid for it:

Thanks so much for this website!

Marly - August 5, 2009 Reply

Help! I just signed up for this and then I found your site. Is this a scam: this then takes you to this website:

If you say it is a scam, I will cancel immediately! I wish I had seen your site sooner.

Thanks for this website!

Flatbill - August 4, 2009 Reply

Very good , thanks for the info.

JoAn Jolley - August 3, 2009 Reply

Dear Eddy,

I stumbled upon your site by accident while looking for income opportunities, and was very impressed. I noticed that your background includes affiliate marketing – a business that I’d very much like to pursue. Could you tell me, from your personal experience, if there is a particular affiliate marketing program out there that you could recommend for a beginner – one that covers all the bases and gives me sound instruction? I’m moderately intelligent and willing to work very hard, but I’m aware that many programs promise much more than they deliver. If there are one or two high-quality ones that you could recommend, I’d be most grateful for your suggestions. (I’ve just been laid off, so have some time but not much money to invest.)

Many thanks for your insights,

Michael Few - July 31, 2009 Reply

Eddy, Thanks for having a site like this. Can you recommend a business that I can work at home part-time and has no out of pocket expense? I am a novice when it comes to technology. But I’m just looking to suppplement my income and pay some bills. Thanks

    Eddy Salomon - July 31, 2009 Reply

    Hey Michael,

    You’re quite welcome. No I don’t know of any legit home based business that you can start for free. After all you can’t start an outside business without money. That being said I do know of non-traditional work at home opportunities that you can look into on the following pag,. most of which are free:

    Hope it helps.

Nancy Ciccone - July 26, 2009 Reply

Eddy, Love your site! I’ve been looking for P/T telecommute work for a long time. I’m sure I’ll find something here. By the way, have you ever thought of a “Telecommute Staffing Site”? It would be like one of those agencies that place employees with employers? Just an idea. It would be great – an employer gets a resume of someone for whom he’s placed an ad – the temp agency arranges for a phone interview. Let me know what you think. Thanks for all the info! Nancy

    Eddy Salomon - July 26, 2009 Reply

    Thanks Nancy!

    I like your idea! I had a friend that did the same thing. But she gave up the business because it was too much effort than it was worth. And truth be told I’m more of a passive income type of guy. Running a staffing agency would start feeling like a job again. But nonetheless it’s a good idea for the right person. I might be too lazy for it. lol

Joon - July 25, 2009 Reply

Also Eddy… One thing i noticed was unlike other bloggers and forums, you are always on top of every comment… And i give you an A+ on that… Glad you value what we have to say because some even argues and sometimes fights with the posters. Take care man.


Joon - July 25, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy!
I’ve been reading for about a week now and the first thing i said was “Man… how come i didn’t get across to this site before, why just now?” There’s a lot of very useful information… I could’ve probably made some decent money if i only have found out sooner… Well… It’s never too late and i can always take advantage of it. I’m starting to be a fan Eddy and you will start to see me around more often now… You are very knowledgeable, smart and very professional… I was never fooled by this rats and i thank my guts or that… See you around Eddy and keep up the great work!


    Eddy Salomon - July 26, 2009 Reply


    Thanks for the love. I really appreciate it. I’m glad you found my little site too. But don’t worry, its never too late. There is a lot of options for you listed on this site. Many of which are still available. I try to focus on ever green non-traditional opportunities since they’re always available. Again I really appreciate the nice comments and look forward to hearing from you on this blog.

    Thanks again.

    P.S. I wish I can say that I do respond to every comment. But I would be lying. lol Sometimes I miss a few or some are deleted because its obvious the person is a spammer, being abusive/negative or the person just refuses to read the information that already addresses their answer. So I definitely try to respond to everyone as much as I can. I think its the least I can do since you guys support me.

Connie - July 20, 2009 Reply

Eddy, Hi. I just had to drop you a line to say thank you. I am disabled and unable to work, I have tried so many work at home jobs on the net that has only really hurt me and left me feeling hopeless. My last two tries was angel pin creation. They wanted money & marketing specialists filling envelopes. They wanted money. When you’re trying to earn money there something that is very wrong when you have to pay some one to work for them. Thank you so much for helping your fellow men especially the ones of us that cannot hold down any kind of outside job. I appreciate you.

Ashley - July 16, 2009 Reply

last week I found a friend of yours…you mentioned/provided a link to her site
in one of your reply-notes…..I’VE LOST IT….CAN YOU RESUPPLY THAT INFO ?

Thanx so much,as ever

Nancy - July 11, 2009 Reply

Eddy –
I have been going through the information on your site and have to say I seem to be on info-overload?!?! I am looking for a work-at-home opportunity that would supplement my income $500-1000 per month. After reading through this blog, I keep hearing you say “Read-Read-Read” – I have been!!! And I feel overloaded!!! Help!!!!

    Eddy Salomon - July 11, 2009 Reply

    Hey Nancy,

    I totally understand. But trust me its for your own good. lol The more you know about scams the better your chances of avoiding them. The other thing you have to keep in mind is that I try to give you guys as many options as possible. I hate the fact that people aren’t able to land the traditional work at home jobs so I give you a lot of alternative options. At the end of the day, you just need to narrow down the opportunities that fit your needs. It’s very much like going to a grocery store and being faced with tons of products. You only pick the ones that you life and feel comfortable with. The same applies here.

    With that said the type of money you’re looking for will require a certain skill set. I included a link in the guide above about Work At Home Jobs that are in demand that you should read. Because those are the type of jobs that can afford you that type of money. So give that a try.

    You can also just go straight to the work at home companies page which is also included in the guide above:

    So all the information is at your finger tips. You just need to buckle down, read it and most importantly just pick the options that are right for you. I can’t pick them for you. I can only provide you with all your options.

    Hope this helps.

    Good luck.

Amanda - July 7, 2009 Reply

@Eddy Salomon:
Thank you so much for the fast response! 🙂 I am very happy to hear this from you, I was pretty interested in the company. I will be sure to check out the link that you posted. I am very happy also to speak with someone that is so caring of others needs and helpful! I will be sure to visit regularly and learn all that I can from you! I am interested in working from home because I want to go to school and start a family soon. I often think that people would be more productive if they could work from home…. less traffic, less pollution, less stressed out people, more personal time to accomplish what you need to on the home front as well as for people with children, more time to be around. I have never worked from home before, although when my husband was in the Army, I sold my crafts on ebay. Well, I guess that is enough about me, once again, thank you so much! I look forward to your emails and advice!!


    Eddy Salomon - July 7, 2009 Reply

    You’re welcome Amanda. Glad to help. I appreciate your future support. I really admire the reasons that you want to work at home and totally agree with you. Too bad more companies don’t realize the benefits you’ve highlighted. There is this misconception that people that work at home will goof off more. But it’s just the opposite. People that work at home are happier and thus work harder because they don’t have to deal with the annoyance and stress of commutes and office drama. But I think the tide is turning in our favor. Companies are looking for ways to cut cost and avoid layoffs so telecommuting is becoming a lot more attractive now. Its sad it took such dramatic economic circumstances for corporations to wake up. But I guess it’s better late than never. In any event, great chatting with you. Let me stop babbling and get to bed before my wife decides I need to sleep on the couch tonight. 🙂

Amanda - July 7, 2009 Reply

Hello there! I came across your site when I googled “work from home”. I find the information on your site to be very informative! I actually had a question for you about a company that I read about in All You magazine. There was a work-from-home-mother that was telling her story about a company called Arise Virtual Solutions. She says that she read their ad in the newspaper and contacted their HR staff. She does customer service calls for AAA and such. It sounds really good and I went to their site and read every page. It sounds great to me but I was just wondering if you had any info on them? Good or bad? I know that I would need to buy certain equipment, such as a head set and be sure that my computer is up to par, ect. Does this company have any bad reviews? Have you heard of them? I appreciate any response, thank you so much for your time, you have a great day!


Lydia - July 5, 2009 Reply


I have dealt with SMC and it’s legit, but you have to pay upfront for the membership kit. The kit used to have catalogs/brochures/how to guide/membership card/order forms but that was a few years ago. I’m not sure what the kit would have in it now. There is also an annual fee. Basically the annual fee is for the product catalogs you get twice a year and the right to purchase products at wholesale prices. Then it’s up to you how much effort you want to put in to make the money.

You can sell products on your own website, flea markets, mail order, showing the catalogs to friends, family, businesses etc, and you can also get sub wholesalers to sell under you. You can also pay SMC to set up a website for you. There website is

I don’t know of anyone personally that has gotten a steady income from SMC, but you can make money from it, depending on how much you’re willing to put into it.
I know that I have seen several people selling SMC’s products at flea markets in my hometown, at Walmart, and whenever there are festivals I’ve seen people selling pieces from SMC.

Bobby Z - July 2, 2009 Reply

Sup eddy, i was browsing the internet and i came across and ad on craigslist about a job, i responded to it, and in less than 1 week a recieved 2 money orders. im getting nervous, is this a scam?? i need your help.

    Eddy Salomon - July 2, 2009 Reply

    Hey Bobby,

    Yes it is. I covered it in the scam link mentioned in this guide. You better head over there and read that info. In fact be sure you actually absorb ALL that information we’ve listed in the guide. It will help you avoid these type of scams and actually find legit work at home opportunities. Good luck to you.

ak - July 1, 2009 Reply

I have been researching work at home opportunities for a few weeks now; I am very happy to have found this site. I have a ? has any one dealt with speciality merchandise corporation (smc)

Ryan - June 26, 2009 Reply

This may be just the best site and most useful site I have ever found

Sue Fegan - June 23, 2009 Reply

FYI folks if you READ ALL of Eddy’s “Ad Typist” Affiliate article— WA is on special sale right now– I do not know if that is a permanent recession reduced price or a short time special. It is certainly making me think that this is the time to try it out! You are still locked in for a year, but like Eddy says it is cheaper than a course, or a workshop or all the other stuff you can buy that does not give you any support!

Sina - June 22, 2009 Reply

@Eddy Salomon:
LOL, funny. Your welcome. I appreciate you taking time out of you and your family’s summer to respond. Yeah, many sites are run by WAHM or SAHM. Sorry. But you’ve got my support for sure. I don’t recall ever stumbling upon a WAH related site that has received such coverage by the media though. I mean you were on the news!

Well, I’ve already been doing a lot of reading and signed up for Amazon MT opp. I mean this site is a wealth of information and my mind is spinning wheels. Thankfully I’m not frying my brain here, rather soaking it all in like a sponge and safely.

Thanks for extending your continued support, too. Again, I’m glad I found some real treasure at the end of the rainbow.

All The Best!

    Eddy Salomon - June 22, 2009 Reply

    I appreciate your support. Amazon MT program is a great place to start. I’m sure you’ll do well there. You’re taking a great approach with all this information. Slow and easy is the way to go because there is a lot of stuff on the blog. Maybe to a fault. lol

    Just happy I can help people. So thanks for taking a few moments out your day to make a blogger feel appreciated.

Eddy Salomon - June 22, 2009 Reply

Thanks Sina! You made my day. I’ve been in this industry since the early 90s. But my current sites came on the scene in the early 2000’s. I think I’m the step child of the industry. There aren’t a lot of work at home sites run by stay at home dads. I don’t get the same love or attention as my counterparts. Maybe it’s a sexist thing or my sites just suck. lol Who knows.

In any event, I’m sure you’ll learn a lot here. I’m all about helping people find ways to make money at home. And one of my big crusades is to get people out of the shadiness of corporate america. Spending 7 years there showed me how toxic it was. So anything I can do to help people escape it like I did, I plan on doing.

Good luck to you. I’ll be here along the way if you need some help, guidance or motivation. This can be a long and painful process sometimes but trust me its worth it!

Sina - June 21, 2009 Reply

OMG! I’m so distracted right now! I wish I had of known about your site a long time ago. How long have you been up and running? I’m stunned that I am just now finding your network of sites. Well, I’ll be reading some many pages on here before I get back to my work, hopefully =). You’re definitely bookmarked and I will need to share this with my sister. We are all about working out of “corporate america,” if you will. But we really just started going at it as a team just recently. So, I’ll be following you. This is gold! Thanks for existing! And congrats on your successes and achievements! Godspeed.

Rachelle - June 19, 2009 Reply

So ummm Eddy… you were right Ameriplan isnt as easy as I thought. Really stressed right now…doing everything the training says…maybe it just isnt my thing? So…Im off to explore the internet once more LoL I will let you all know what I find ( that is if its not already listed here) Oh…No right now Im not quitting Ameriplan. Im just not going to stress over it as bad as I have been. So those of you that would like to tlak about the company Im still here contact me any time…dont sleep much 🙂

    Eddy Salomon - June 19, 2009 Reply

    Hi Rachelle,

    LOL. I hear ya. But honestly any of the opportunities that will make you decent money isn’t a walk in the park. Affiliate marketing wasn’t all that easy for me when I first started. But I stuck with it because I felt it was right for me and I couldn’t swallow the idea of making some corporation rich the rest of my life while they gave me crumbs. So try to keep your eyes on the prize. The road to the top is always bumpy. If it were easy then everyone would do it. But for those that keep the course the rewards are so sweet. Some times we may need to take some detours. After all I tried Ameriplan and a number of other opportunities before I realized that affiliate marketing was the best option for me. Just don’t give up on the dream. Make adjustments where necessary but keep plugging away.

    Hope this helps you.

Bongani - June 18, 2009 Reply

A bit out of context though! Can I also find assistance when I’m in South Africa?

    Eddy Salomon - June 18, 2009 Reply

    You missed the section in the guide about how to find jobs outside the U.S.
    Reading is important, otherwise you miss out. So go back up to the guide and be sure to use it. Good luck.

Al - June 5, 2009 Reply

your a God send my friend.

I came across your site today, and i learned quite a bit on how to find work at home.

I was hoping to see if you can answer this question for me? I came across a site that’s called My Data I did exactly what you had said on your video on how to find work on Google Search Engine. I came across on quite a few sites that said really great things about My Data Team and a lot of bad, from members that have or not have join that program…

I was wondering if you had any information, or new of this company at all. As i have been scammed before in the past, I pretty much became a skeptical guy on the net (or at least one of many)

I want to thank you again for putting your knowledge out on your web site. You sure helped and gave me some hope again that there is a legit work at home job on the Internet! 🙂

Your Pal,

Barbi J. - June 4, 2009 Reply

Hey Eddy: Is there a way to make money fast at work at home scam free web site here? I need some money to pay my bills that are coming in fast. I’ve almost used up my 401k that I got when this company laid me off almost 6yrs. ago. I’d loke to stay at the apt. bldg. I live at now because I feel so safe. I hope there is a way to get money in my bank account right away. Barbi J.

max hopkins - June 3, 2009 Reply

I have read many comments on this site and I appreciate the hard work and diligence that has gone into all of it. My comment/question is though, is there anyone (meaning a live human being) that can say, say, I have tried ‘such and such’ site and it actually works for me. And by a human being, I don’t mean anonymous ‘John D.’ or some such, but a human with a functioning telephone that is actually willing to talk about a site, what is involved, and how it has helped?

Cheers, Max

    Eddy Salomon - June 3, 2009 Reply

    Hi Max,

    You’re welcome. In my experience the people that usually yap on the phone about a given work at home opportunity are the people promoting a home based business opportunity.

    So if that’s your cup of tea, you might want to head over to the the Ameriplan article:
    There are tons of folks there that would be happy to talk to you on the phone about their opportunity and how it worked for them.

    The folks that work for GDI are also the same way:
    So if you want want “human” contact via phone just try contacting any of the home business folks and trust me they’ll be happy to jibber jabber away. I’m sure someone promoting a home business will be commenting here soon enough to talk to you. lol

    Side note:
    I would like to address some of the recent comments of late that have a tone of skepticism. I totally understand that many of you have been scammed or are frustrated by the work at home search process. I know because I was once there and why I created my sites. But at the end of the day, most of the advice provided to you in this guide cost you nothing more than time. And let’s be honest, many of you are already spending hours per day searching & applying for work at home jobs. If you’ve been happy with the current results then you should keep doing what you’ve been doing. But if the desired results haven’t be achieved then logic would dictate that you give something else a shot especially if it cost you nothing.

    For example I’ve provided a list of work at home companies in the guide above that don’t cost you a dime. What is the worst that can happen if you actually apply to a few of the companies? You don’t get a response? With all due respect you’re probably already accustomed to that outcome with your current efforts. So what is there really to lose by adding some new weapons to your current job search arsenal? I totally understand the need for social proof when it comes to purchasing something. But for God’s sake it’s free information that is sound and has helped a lot of people avoid scams which can be easily seen in the scam section via all the comments listed there.

    I’m sorry if I’m going off on a tangent and sounding annoyed. Maybe I’m having my Man-estrals. But I’ve just found the last couple of comments “disturbing” to say the least. I’m very open to constructive criticism. But I’m just not getting what people are going to lose by giving some of the advice above a try. Especially when it comes to the sections of avoiding a scam and the list of companies that hire work at home seekers. Anyone care to enlighten me?

    Max, please understand this rant isn’t addressed to you. I know some people just feel more secure being able to hear another person on the phone. To each their own. But that rant is more to the comments that seem fearful as if they’ll be losing money by implementing some of the free strategies above. Just confused is all.

Fatima L - June 3, 2009 Reply

Glad i found this website, as i am a single mother and looking for a stay at home job, i currently work in a hospital 8hrs a day and i’m dead tired by the time i get home but someone has to do all the cooking, cleaning, helping with homework etc and that someone is me, so i’m going to do everything u suggested and hopefully i will find a legimate work at home company

    Eddy Salomon - June 3, 2009 Reply

    Hi Fatima,

    Glad you found us as well. As I new parent I have a greater appreciation for super women like yourself that are able to juggle everything. I’m fortunate to have my wife and we make a good team but I don’t know if I could do it myself. Then I hear stories like yours and it just amazes me. So applaud you and everything you do. Parents like you don’t get the recognition or the compensation you deserve. I hope that the guide will help you. I’ll be here to do so either way.

Sonja - June 1, 2009 Reply

Lots of comments but not one person who said “hey, I actually have a paying work from home job!”

Barbi J. - June 1, 2009 Reply

I have just visited your web site for the first time and it was interesting to find out how many different scams there are. I had an idea that government grant to the people in gurnee,IL was a scam and by reading what you said about them proved it. Thanks Eddy

    Eddy Salomon - June 1, 2009 Reply

    Glad you found our site. It’s always nice to hear when we can help people avoid scams. Be sure to read our scam guide from top to bottom including the comments. There is a wealth of information there that can really help you avoid a lot of the crap out there if you read it and apply it. Take care and good luck.

Sharon - May 28, 2009 Reply

Hello Eddy,

I have just visited your website for the first time and I have to say I am trully amazed. I am very interested in reading and learning more about the information you have provided. It seems as if you have taken an enormous amount of time to gather this research information and made it very simplistic. It’s funny, I am sitting here looking over all this and I am thinking to myself, “Is this for real? Why is this guy so intrested in posting all this information just so I don’t get scammed? This is to good to be true. People in this world just aren’t this nice any more.” I do hope that my skepticism doesn’t offend you, it’s just with all the garbage out there it’s hard to believe in something. I believe I will stop all the rattling now and get back to reading some more of the information. Thank you for taking time to post this site and make it available. Again, I am amazed. Great job!

    Eddy Salomon - May 29, 2009 Reply

    Hi Sharon,
    First and foremost welcome to our little hole in the wall. I’m so happy you’ve found us and hope that you become one of our loyal subscribers:
    In terms of your skepticism, I’m totally accustomed to it. This industry is so riddled with scams, how can you not be skeptical? That’s why it’s very important to me that I put that fear to ease by providing you with more than you expect of me. I’ve been on the other side and remember what it was like to be out there searching for work at home jobs. It wasn’t a fun experience. So I always keep that in mind when providing content and leads to you guys. I would like to help as many people avoid the crap I went through as possible. Fortunately this labor of love also pays my bills because of the affiliate marketing aspect of my work. This allows me to refer legitimate companies to good folks like yourself and getting paid to do so ( ). So I’m very blessed to get paid to do what I love while helping people. It’s the best feeling in the world. So thanks for the kind words and being honest with me. I really do appreciate it and hope that I’ll hear more from you in the future.

    Take care.

Arlene F - May 25, 2009 Reply

Eddy, I have spent several days going over each article and link on your site …still have a few to go. I have already learn a lot. I really think you have already taught me, there are stay at home jobs, and not all are scams. I am in health care, and ready to stay home with Grand kids. You give me hope that retirement is within reach someday soon. Thank you so very much. Arlene

    Eddy Salomon - May 25, 2009 Reply

    Thanks Arlene. I’m glad I have been able to restore your faith. Yes most of the opportunities out there are scams or products misrepresenting the facts. But with the right guidance it’s easy to weed that stuff out and find real work at home jobs or non-traditional opportunities that can make you money. So keep reading. I’m sure you’ll find something. Good luck!

lisa - May 24, 2009 Reply

are there really any REAL work at home jobs that are free, no monthly fees. any type of work like filling in data forms, etc? too many links above to read. thanks for your help

    Eddy Salomon - May 24, 2009 Reply

    If you don’t have time to actually read free information designed to help you find legit work at home jobs and avoid scams, then you’re not serious about working at home. I wish you luck because you’ll need it.

Jackson - April 30, 2009 Reply

Just wanted to comment on the website Eddy. “Outstanding” Information i read here and all the different links, “Phenomenal”

    Eddy Salomon - May 1, 2009 Reply

    Hey Jackson,

    Thanks for the kind words and thanks for spelling my name correctly (Eddy). lol But seriously thanks for the support. Always great to hear from my satisfied visitors. Be sure to spread the love to others that may be able to benefit from the guide. Take care.

adrean - April 26, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy,

I tried to go to your website and the link doesn’t work?

Whats up with that???


    Eddy Salomon - April 26, 2009 Reply

    Hi Adrean,

    Seems to work fine for me when I go there.
    Maybe there was a temporary glitch in the Matrix that caused the problem you experienced.
    But the site is live and running.


Barb - April 23, 2009 Reply

Eddy, thank you for your info. I REALLY hope it helps me find something at home that is legit and that I’m able to do. I’m forced to stay at home and care for our handicapped son. After my husbands lay off we are in dire need to get more income into the home before we loose it. (SOON) and its just one scam after another. I’m 50 this year and really need something to work here so I can contribute and save our family. I just wanted to say thanks for your info and Ill try it out next. Barb Peto

    Eddy Salomon - April 23, 2009 Reply

    Hi Barb,

    You’re quite welcome. I’m confident at the very least if you follow the scam information, you’ll avoid a lot of the garbage out there. Our recommendations page provides some various non-traditional opportunities that you can start right away while trying to secure a traditional job. So you do have options. It’s just a matter of going through all the information and applying it. If you do so, you’ll be well on your way.

    So I’ll be praying for you and your family.

    Take care & God Bless you and your family.

Cindy - April 22, 2009 Reply

Guess what Joe, Google Treasure Chest is a SCAM. I was scamed by that one. Paid for the program and did not ever recieve it. Seemed like i took for ever to get my money back. Take it from me – do not get involved with that one.

Tamora - April 16, 2009 Reply

Thanks Eddy,

I really did not know how to look for *work at home* until I watched to your video on the subject. I hope that I can soon come back and report that I have found a career at home.

Thanks again

    Eddy Salomon - April 16, 2009 Reply

    You’re welcome Tamora.
    I’m sure you’ll find a lot more options now. Be sure to check out the recommendations link we mentioned above as well. There are some opportunities listed there that can be started right away. Good luck.

Joe - April 14, 2009 Reply

Hello Everyone,
Have a question? Can anyone out there tell me if is a scam or not?

    Eddy Salomon - April 14, 2009 Reply


    There is a section with a video right in the guide that reads: How To Tell If A Company Is A Scam.
    Use it & you’ll know it seconds.

Shareen Marie - March 24, 2009 Reply

Thanks Eddy!

Shareen Marie - March 24, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy,

Thanks to you and your video post I can familiarize myself on how to watch out for scams like these. I know plenty of people who would sit back and let this company take advatage of people as long as they are not the ones being taken advantage of. That’ not my style. I feel if I can use this information to warn people of the potential harm these companies can do, then I feel what I have set out to do has been accomplished. We all need to make money to live and support our families, and in times like this anything to keep our bills paid and keep us afloat seems tempting. A great philosopher once said—- “Your life will not change because you know what to DO. It will change when you DO what you know”. Researching information is very viable and effective. I am the kind of nosey woman that researches and questions everything. I’m just weird like that.

    Eddy Salomon - March 24, 2009 Reply

    You’re welcome. You have a great attitude. If more people had the same perspective it would be so much harder for the scammers to thrive. That’s why we’re always trying to encourage people to share these experiences. So thank you for doing your part!

Shareen Marie - March 24, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy,

I have a question. Why would send me a job alert for a company that has such negativity attached to their name? I posted my resume with and I was sent a Beyond Alert – Job Offer. It was a job for medical transcription through a company called Transam Assocaites Inc. I googled the company like you said and typed in Transam Associates Scam and Whoaaa!! I was baffled by the amount of negative feedback I have found on this company. Before you begin they require you to transcibe a sample dictation. The company also states that this is for entry level individuals and if you are not yet qualified, we’ll provide tuition FREE training and a personal trainer that you’ll need to become qualified. Once you meet our criteria, which will be defined for you before you begin, you will be certified by us as an accomplished medical transcriptionist and can begin to work for Transam Associates, Inc. Special books and software are required. Come to find out they require you to pay $60.00 for the book and $495.00 for the software that is not even sold by them but one of their affiliates… I went to the website and spoke to a recruiter. I was in utter shock. I saved the converation. I have to say this to EVERYONE. If you come across this company, please by all means STAY AWAY from this company. They are also in trouble with the BBB and was under another name before changing it to Transam. All I can say is TRANSCAM.

    Eddy Salomon - March 24, 2009 Reply

    Hi Shareen,

    Thanks for posting your question. is no different than any other site or news channel that is supported by advertisers. I’m pretty sure the “job alert” you received was a sponsor’s message and not personally endorsed by It’s just like when you watch those infomercials on your favorite channel. The channel isn’t personally endorsing the infomercial. They just sold that time slot to a given advertiser. So you have to keep that in mind when you’re using a site, watching TV, reading a magazine or newspaper. Just because it’s listed in any of those legitimate entities doesn’t mean it’s a personal endorsement. Even on this blog there are ads I don’t agree with at all. That’s why we try to make it clear what links are sponsors so you know it’s not one of our personal recommendations. Everyone has bills to pay and advertisements are a necessary evil. The alternative would mean charging good folks like yourself and I for one aren’t willing to do that.

    At the end of the day you’re a perfect of example of the scam portion of this guide being used effectively. 😉 When in doubt, don’t assume, just do your research. When you do, you avoid bad situations. So pat yourself on the back. And just keep in mind what I said about ads. You’re bound to run into them on various sites you visits. As long as you understand they are ads or at the very least do your research you’ll be fine!

    By the way, feel free to report the information about transam company in the appropriate area which would be our scam section:

    I’m sure folks would appreciate it. Although I think it was already reported there or the medical transcription article we wrote:

    In any event, looks like the guide is helping considering you followed the scam prevention tip listed. So I’m happy to see it being put to good use.

Shareen Marie - March 24, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy! Great Video. It is very informative. I have a question for you. What do I type into the search field on youtube to vote for this video? Hope to hear from you soon. Take care.

Shareen Marie

max hopkins - March 18, 2009 Reply

I have found a number of offers to do work for Google by posting links or some such. One was from someone in my home town (allegedly, but I do not know the person personally) and it was very convincing. They sound legitimate (e.g. a couple of thousand a month, not millions), but I am still wary. Do you have any thoughts or comments?

Jeanine - March 4, 2009 Reply

Great guide Eddy! 🙂

Zack - March 4, 2009 Reply

I agree with you, You must do research before starting something.

Cindy - March 3, 2009 Reply

Simply put….thank you Mr. Salomon for your website!

Manuel - March 3, 2009 Reply

Nicely done Eddy! I know I spent a week or two just touring your website, because there’s a ton of info. Newcomers will definitely benefit from this page that sleekly sums up the good work you do. I’ll be emailing this Fri or Sat to let you know how my own from-home gig is panning out so far.

Take care,

    Eddy Salomon - March 3, 2009 Reply

    Thanks Manuel.
    I appreciate the kind words. I know there is a lot of information out there so it only made sense to consolidate it. I was getting tired of repeating the same pages over and over again in my responses on the site and email. So this was a great benefit for me as well. lol

    Good luck to you!

MsJaxxee - February 26, 2009 Reply

Wonderful! A one stop shop. Have a good day all!

deb - February 26, 2009 Reply

I am just looking desperately, for a job, a work at home job. I need to try to stay at home. I have been scammed. Why should I pay for a job?

    Eddy Salomon - February 26, 2009 Reply


    Did you actually read the information above?

    Jemeicaanderson - May 9, 2011 Reply

    yes very helpful

    Eddy Salomon - May 10, 2011 Reply

    Glad to hear it!

    toton - July 12, 2011 Reply

    hi eddy i am presently working in a indian manufacturing company,How much i erning from here is not enough for me,so i am looking for other source of income,will this work from home will profitable for me if i wanna do that in exta time? please reply

    Eddy Salomon - July 12, 2011 Reply

    You can start by actually reading the guide above.

    Liven71 - September 21, 2011 Reply

    Thanks so much for 2 videos I have watched from you. I am just now getting into this. And I will look into the website Work at Home Careers @ Get I am only assuming that these jobs have been looked into for scams. And here’s to hoping that I don’t become an online statistic. Thanks Again

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