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You know you're about to get caught up in a Home Based Business Scams by a work-at-home and the question is when...

Here is how you can avoid Home Based Business Scams

  • The very first line in a Home Based Business Scams website states you can make hundreds of dollars a week working from home. Is this realistically possible? Many Home Based Business Scams site you need to avoid.
  • There is no experience needed. Which actually is a lie and can be one of many.
  • You can work just a few hours a week and still make a bundle of money. Have they given any proof in the site? Watch out this site too can be one of many Home Based Business Scams. There are lots of CAPITALIZATION’S AND!!!!!! Used.
  • You read an extremely vague ad. You haven’t a clue what the business is about, but boy, could you be making the bucks. Read through the lines and the fine print you will surely realize this is one among many sites promoting Home Based Business Scams.
  • You're asked to call 900# for more information.
  • For a fee, a company will send you a list of businesses that are looking for home workers.
  • You are forced to make a decision immediately and are made to feel stupid if you say no to their offer.
  • A friend, relative, acquaintance tells you to come to a meeting at their house. They can’t tell you what it's about until you get there.

Questions You Should Ask If You Are Thinking About Buying A Business Opportunity

Find out from your sponsor, in writing, what is involved with this business. Such as; Are you able to return merchandise if it doesn't sell? Is there a money back guarantee? How long have they been in business for? What is your total cost of this business opportunity? Including fees, supplies, equipment. Will you be paid on salary or commission, how often and who will pay you? Ask the program sponsor to write down every step of the business. Be informed, Avoid getting caught in Home Based Business Scams.


What to do if you get caught in one of many Home Based Business Scams

First you need to write to the company who was involved in Home Based Business Scams that you feel has ripped you off telling them you would like your money back. If they don’t agree with you then you need to let them know you plan to notify officials. The following people should be notified.

If you read about this work-at-home scheme in a magazine. Let the editor know the particular company is involved in Home Based Busines Scam.

The Attorney General's Office in your state or in the state where the bogus Home Based Business Scams Company is located.

National Fraud Information Centre Call them if you feel you are a victim of a Home Based Business Scams. Check out their web site for daily alerts or new Home Based Business Scams. 1-800-876-7060

Your local Consumer Protection Offices.
Your local Better Business Bureau (BBB) and the BBB in the state of the Home Based Business Scams operator.

Postmaster. If you received the misleading Home Based Business Scams information through the mail.

The Federal Trade Commission. While the FTC cannot resolve individual Home Based Business Scams, the agency can take action if there is evidence of a pattern of deceptive or unfair practices. To register a complaint about any Home Based Business Scams, write to: Correspondence Branch, Federal Trade Commission, and Washington, D.C. 20580.


How to Check A Home Based Business Scams

Whether you have those funny feelings about the claims of a company or not, do some background research on them. Hire a lawyer. This may seem like a waste of money, but in the long run it could really save you some financial heartache of getting caught in a Home Based Business Scams .

Call the Better Business Bureau (in the state the company resides in) to see if there have been any Home Based Business Scams complaints against the company.

Ask the company if you can talk to any of their happy customers. Please be aware that companies can and will give you false customers to talk to. If these people sound way too happy, they too can be part of Home Based Business Scams of this bogus company .

Visit the Bizy Moms Message Centre Home Based Business Scams Message Board to ask for advice about companies and the experiences other Bizy Moms have had with them.


Web Sites That Deal With All the Work-At-Home Scams Out There

Kevin's Corner A good place to find out about the newest Home Based Business Scams. However, this site does suggest business opportunities to buy. So be careful. I link this site only because there is some great Home Based Business Scams info here. Kevin actually looks into the many different business opportunities out there and tells you all about them -- what you get for your money and what are the Home Based Business Scams.

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