New Work At Home Leads 05.22.09

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Hi all. Happy Pre Memorial Day! Be sure to enjoy your long holiday weekend. Get your grilling on, enjoy your time off by spending it with those that you love. And remember the sacrifices of all the soldiers that made it possible for you to enjoy that time. I leave you with this inspirational quote to help you push on during your search for a legitimate work at home job or opportunity. This especially holds true for those thinking of venturing into affiliate marketing.

"If you listen to your fears, you will die never knowing what a great person you might have been."


In any event, I've listed some new free work from home job leads that I've located on the web. But before we get to them, let's get some housekeeping items out the way to prevent any confusion, hateful comments, threats, demands, etc… You know who you are. 😉


– The leads have been screened to the best of my ability. But when in doubt, head over to our scam section by clicking here. Then proceed to follow the simple steps of our scam video & read some of the existing scams listed on that page. Within that vast information you should be able to easily determine if any company is scam. And remember scam artists don't always ask for fees. (See Package Forward, Check Cashing, & Cash4Gold Scams)

– Please keep in mind I CAN'T make jobs magically appear to fit your needs or locations. Although I wish I could but what I find, is what I list! This will change from week to week. So as long as you're a loyal subscriber & stay faithful to me, you'll be the first to know. But if you decide to stray & leave me for a younger & hotter site, then you risk missing out on some good leads.

– It should be noted we're a U.S. based site, so most of our job leads will be in America. Look, It's nothing personal against you or your nation. I don't believe in drinking "hatorade". (Eddy loves all people.) So that's why I've created an international work at home job page for people that live outside the U.S. Click here to visit it now.

– I'm not personally affiliated with the employers or companies listed below unless otherwise noted. So any question or issues should be addressed with the companies directly.

– And finally, some of you may be visiting this page all after the fact. This may mean the jobs listed below are no longer available. Again, there isn't anything I can do about that. If you're subscriber, just patiently wait for my next job lead post. Or you can visit my other site to see if we've posted similar jobs there or check out our work at home companies page.

Good luck either way! If you like what we're doing please show your love in the comment field below the jobs or share this page with others.

Work From Home (Telecommuting) Job Leads

Full-Time Hilton at Home Reservation Services Specialist

Medical Transcriptionist (Typist)

Customer Service

Content Coordinators


Online Teacher's Assistant

Part-Time Writer/Editor for Monthly HR Newsletter

$150 Paid Focus Group – Pet Owners

Craigs List Ad Poster (Virtual)

Website Moderator

Data Entry

Recommended Instant Work At Home Opportunities

Email Reader

Online Shoppers

Get Paid To View Ads

Get Paid To Be Green

Mystery Shoppers

Online Chatters

Online Chatters

Message Board ‘Typist'

Survey Taker

Work At Home With Amazon

More Job Leads (Membership based site)

23 thoughts on “New Work At Home Leads 05.22.09”

  1. Thanks again Eddy. This email is one I set up for work and the spam did go to the spam box thanks to your advice I’ve been more careful. I had not found the article you recommended before and I read it right away. It’s all been quite a learning experience and I’m still spending a lot of time doing research . My level of ignorance was higher than anticiapated but it is getting better. A true newbie. God bless; Bruce

    • You’re welcome Bruce! Trust me I didn’t get to this point over night. I was just as “uninformed” about this industry as you. I thought it would be like a traditional job search. However I learned the hard way that it wasn’t and got burned quite a few times. But my many mistakes is how I learned to maneuver around and eventually succeed. So I’m happy to share my mistakes and tips. My goal is to help as many of you avoid the crap I went through and reach your goals faster. So thanks for giving me the opportunity to do that and supporting my little hole in the wall. 😉

  2. I’ve had the same thing happen while applying for a free cash drawing on the Fusion Cash site and answering surveys to qualify and get credit. I remember requesting that no third party advertisers have access to my email address and within 24 hrs I had gotten 100 spam emails and so far I’ve unsubscribed to at least 4 or 5 (conserative estimate) different ad mailers.The last I checked I hadn’t been credited either.I’m trying to watch closer but I don’t know how this happened.I wish you the best of luck Julie and I believe Eddy here gives good advice snd it looks
    like some good people use this site. God speed; Bruce

    • Hi Bruce,

      With Fusion Cash or most get paid to try offers it may take some time to get credited for the offer. The other reason one may not be credited is because the requirements weren’t followed. Usually under each offer for FC they’re very clear as to what you need to do. I.e. Fill out the first page of the form, etc.
      Some of these offers may have a confirmation email that may have been sent to your account and a link may need to be clicked in this email to confirm you are a real person that completed this offer. Sometimes these confirmation emails can
      be stuck in your spam folder, etc. Sometimes it has to do with how your computer is set up and if you’re cookies are on.

      So there are a number of a reasons for a credit delay. The best thing to do is contact their support and see if they can walk you through the problem. If nothing comes of that just email me and I’ll see if I can throw my weight around and see if we can get the problem resolved. lol Get paid offers can be tricky sometimes.

      Keep me posted either way and thanks for sharing your experience.

  3. I hope it’s okay to post this in this thread, but I need some help. I have been enrolling to be a panelist on several of the survey websites. The problem I have encountered is that somewhere along the line, someone has gotten my email address and I am continually getting emails for “My Power Mall.” I have requested to be removed from their list THREE times and I continue to get these annoying emails. I have set up the email account for the purpose of surveys only and continue to get this junk. I’m very frustrated over this. I have done my best to read all the TOUs in order to know what I’m getting into, but apparently missed something that would allow someone somewhere to give my email address to an entity they thought I’d be interested in. Any advice?

    • Hi Julie,

      Hi Julie & Bruce. We’re very aware of this issue with “get paid to…” type of offers. On our article “are get paid to try offers scams”:
      One of our suggestions is to set up a “work email account” for these get paid offers, surveys, etc. Because some of the lesser companies share your email with other companies as a way to earn extra cash for themselves. But they do express this in their terms and services page but most of us ignore it. I’ve been guilty of this and quickly learned the hard way. Since then I have learned from this mistake.

      Obviously Julie you’re aware of this and took the proper precautions. Perhaps you were signed up to these panels with your personal email account prior to setting up your “survey email address”?
      I guess one solution is to mark these emails as spam so they will stop coming to your inbox. Every email provider has that function now. And most email providers also have a mechanism to create a black list where you can add the email address of the people spamming you. So you may want to look to your email provider for some solutions.

      I wish I had a more definitive answer. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help.

  4. Thanks Scherri for the information. I’m 53 and haven’t joined AARP yet. I have looked at their web site but missed that link. I’m having to start over again and that is a daunting task.I’m grateful for Eddy’s site and the information I’ve found here . May the Lord’s blessings be with you both.

  5. Eddy,
    Just a thought here. I am over fifty and belong to AARP…this site is dedicated to folks over 50 years old. I was browsing the site a few days ago and they advocate working from home and they have a lot of tips and some sites to visit for help. the link is as follows:
    this link will take you to the Q&A page on working from home…what it can take to get started and a few companies are listed…I know for a fact that the companies listed are legit…I worked for LiveOps and ACDirect…both are call centers and you will have to pay for a background check with ACDirect since you are taking credit information but it is legit…I just wasn’t cut out for it…I burned out on Call Center work when I did it for a living ten years ago…I was good at it but I did not enjoy it….back a few years ago I decided I wanted to buy a house so I did this for about a year as well as selling Avon…and I did succeed in buying a home of my own…it can help but you have to very self sufficient and have drive to be successful! ACDirect can take up to three months or more to just get an interview but they do good work but it is seasonal work. They are the folks who take the pledge calls for most if not all PBS broadcast TV stations and Radio as well as for ST Jude Childrens Reasearch Hospital. This is a great place to work and they are doing work you can be proud of.

    Hope that helps

  6. @Mary:
    If they found you on Career Builders and are not telling you anything then BE CAUTIOUS!
    I have had one or two job interviews from posting a resume on that site and Yahoo Jobs….none of the companies were evasive as to what the job was, what my duties were to be and my salary limits were..
    If they are legit then they will not hesitate to tell you exactly what the job duties are and what qualifications you should have to be able to perform this job…
    I hope that helps,

  7. Have been having an ongoing email conversation with a company called “Web Action Limited” regarding work from home job. They contacted me via finding my resume on Careerbuilder. Have tried to research on my own and came up with nothing (other than a website “”). They have sent me an employment agreement to review and sign for their Account Manager position. Have you heard of this? Please advise.
    Thank you

    • Hi Mary,

      Does this “account manager” job involved cashing checks and you accepting a portion of that check as payment? You should ask what the description is and why you qualified for it? Many of these jobs that come out of no where are a clever way to make you fall for the check cashing scam we covered on the scam page:

      There are tons of horror stories over there. I would suggest you read it. It should be interesting how the company responds to your question about cashing checks or wiring money. If you don’t hear from them again after that then you already know it was a big scam.

  8. Great that you are doing this cause they are alot of scams out there. I wanted to ask you a question. I’m new at trying to learn about affiliate programs and I was wondering which one is the best one out there for your money and do you have to sell and have your own website? Thank you for your cooperation!

    • Thanks Maria.
      In terms of affiliate marketing there isn’t one best company to be an affiliate of. Affiliate marketing is about helping people find products, services or information they’re seeking by connecting them with companies you’re affiliated with when possible. The key to success with affiliate marketing is to choose an industry you’re passionate about. If you love reading books then you should be an affiliate of companies that are legitimate or may have purchased books from. Another company may pay you $500 for insurance leads as an affiliate. But that won’t do you any good because you’re probably not passionate about insurance and it will show in your marketing efforts such as when you’re writing articles.

      Affiliates don’t need to have a website. As an affiliate, companies give this to you for free because it benefits them. But as you get more training and become advanced in this career, you’ll want to get a website and that’s probably the easiest part of affiliate marketing. Everything else takes more effort. You can read more about this industry and my recommendation for training on the following page:

      I’m sure it will help you.

  9. @Eddy Salomon:
    Thanks Eddy. I have reviewed the scams section as well as reviewed the video. I guess with all the news lately about the Craig’s List Killer it’s just a hesitation. To be honest, I responded to one of the ads posted above and I was just honest with them in my reply. I told them I have concerns and that without knowing more about their company I wasn’t willing to give an abundance of information. I think if they are legitimate, they will understand and should be willing to put my concerns at ease. After all, why wouldn’t they? However, if they don’t respond or make a big deal about it, then I also have my answer. I’m a firm believer in honesty being the best policy. I gave information relevant to my work experience and stopped short of supplying my full name and other personal information. We’ll see what happens. Thanks for your reply.

    • No problem Julie. I prefer people be on the safe than sorry side. You can never be too cautious. Don’t get me started on the craigs list killer stuff.

  10. @Eddy Salomon:
    hii…iam dr reham from Egypt…iam looking for a work from home job…i want to work as a medical transcriptionist …i can send u my c.v to prove my qualifications…pls…help me

    • Hi,
      Follow the directions above which was “- It should be noted we’re a U.S. based site, so most of our job leads will be in America. Look, It’s nothing personal against you or your nation. I don’t believe in drinking “hatorade”. (Eddy loves all people.) So that’s why I’ve created an international work at home job page for people that live outside the U.S.

      It’s important that you have attention to detail and read directions if you want to secure a work at home job. This can work against you especially if an employer provides specific directions and you ignore it. Good luck.

  11. Hi Eddy: Just out of curiosity, should people have any concerns with answering an ad that has been placed on Craig’s List?

    • Hi Julie,

      That’s a great question. We all have instincts that God has given us to protect us from danger. So if something inside you just doesn’t feel quite right about a given opportunity or job then go with it. It’s better to be on the safe side. My philosophy is when in doubt, always do your research. Scammers love using craigslist to lure people. So you should definitely be on guard. If you haven’t done so, read our scam section from top to bottom including the comments. There is such a wealth of information there on scams. If any opportunity sounds remotely like any of the stuff listed there then you should be on guard. The video is also a life saver. Hope this helps.

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