Wouldn’t it be nice if you could find a great income earning program that didn’t require too much skill and yet paid well? While working at home is straight forward and fairly simple, its not always easy and it ALWAYS requires work. When you run across a work-at-home opportunity the promises big pay for easy work, you need to be skeptical and do your research.
Data Entry, Typing, Rebate Processing, etc: The truth is that you won’t find legitimate work in typing, rebate processing, repackaging, email processing, most data entry ads, envelope stuffing, and assembly work. So my suggestion is to not even bother looking at these offers. They are scams. For more information on protecting yourself, visit the scam page here at WAHS.
Surveys and mystery shopping: While you can make a few bucks and often get free stuff, you can’t make a living off these options. Further, most sites that charge you money to do surveys aren’t actually survey sites. They list survey sites. Real survey sites are free to join, as are mystery shopping sites. I list a few in the free report that comes with the newsletter subscription here at Work-At-Home Success. You can also check out this article on Can You Make Money With Surveys, which also lists a few survey sites.
If you’re serious about working at home, start your journey by reading the articles posted here. The more you know, the faster and easier it will be for you to become a Work-At-Home Success!
Leslie Truex is an ideaphoric writer, speaker, entrepreneur, social worker and mom trying to do it all from the comfort of her home. Since 1998, she's been helping others create careers they love by providing work-at-home information and resources through Work-At-Home Success.
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