Work at home schemes.
Work at home schemes are not true with all the advertisers. any scam people know which is the good time to post there fake advertisements to attract those home working job seekers through the internet. We agree that there are some genuine ones when comparing with the over all advertisements in the internet. Most of them used to show off their checks that were handed to their workers. Actually we can’t find out that those cash cheques are real ones or just bogus ones to show off in the advertisement.
Find here some intresting article if you are looking for genuine work at home jobs to make any money.
Target 11 investigates work-at-home schemes.
We’ve learned criminals are actively targeting people in our area. They promise easy money for simple work, but as Target 11 Consumer Investigator Robin Taylor found out, many of the opportunities are bogus.
The jobs always sound fantastic! You can make thousands of dollars a month while staying at home with the kids. All you have to do is surf the Internet.
Does that sound a little too good to be true? Well, it probably is, and that should send up a red flag.
One website I was alerted to looked as if it was a legitimate news organization’s blog, with an article about a work-at-home opportunity written by a reporter.
It included a picture of a young mother with her baby, and it claimed she was making $10,000 a month working part-time.
Scroll down and there’s a picture of a check for $5,000 with the name and address blurred out, along with several testimonials.