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The Internet has made it extremely easy to distribute information to millions of people, including fraudulent business deals and email scams. Fraud and scams are lurking all over the Internet, waiting for innocent victims who will pay or give out their personal details for what they think might be a legitimate business deal. Being aware of what's true and what's not plays a large part in being a responsible citizen of the cyber world.

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Work From Home Scams- What you need to know

Work From Home Scams- What you need to know

There are several work at home scams, here is a list of the work at home scams that are in operation:-

- Envelope stuffing

- Pyramid scheme

- Advanced fee payment

- Typing

- Data Entry

- Medical claim

- Assembly

- Online businesses

- Posting ads

- Multi Level Marketing are just to name a few

In order for you not to fall for any work at home scams here are a few tips to help you.

- Check the job listing. Ask several questions to clarify certain things about the work at home job such as how you will be paid, what are the hours you will work, how do they evaluate your work and will you need to be contactable online.

- There is no such job that you can earn money quickly and also earn a high income. If there is a job site that is offering twice the money you are getting now working form home its likely that this site is a scam.

- Sites that ask you to pay money upfront to work at home are scams.

- Check the authenticity of the work at home opportunity. Ask for references and contact that you get in touch.

- Be vigilant when you get email offering work at home opportunities.

- Check if the company is registered and have fulfilled all legal obligations.

- Check if these types of businesses are scheme that are offered by sites as work at home opportunities are legitimate.

- Be ware of envelope stuffing and other work at home scams that are using other excuses and plots to lure you into their schem.

- Carry out an investigation about the company you will be work for or the work at home job opportunity that you have been just offered.

- Ask family and friends to recommend some reliable work at home sites. Chances are that you will not get caught to a scam this way.

- Check the disclaimer and the company details out. If you are not successful in finding any details, chances are that the site you are looking for is a scam.

- Join a scam forum so that you get to share your knowledge about scams as well as see what others have to say about scams.
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