to the weekly Work-At-Home Success Newsletter with 30 new job posts, Work At Home Success Podcast, recent news, home-based opportunities and much more! Be sure to check out “News from Leslie” for updates and important information!
This Week’s News:
- News from Leslie:
- WAHS Podcast: Holiday Marketing
- Recent Work-At-Home Jobs and News from the blog
- Work-At-Home Jobs
- Ask Leslie– How to tell a job from a scam?
- WAHS Hall of Shame – Scam Alert
- Work-At-Home Opportunities
Have you taken a tour of WAHS? If you’re having trouble finding what you’re looking for at Work-At-Home Success, watch this short video that explains how the site is organized and how you find the info you need.
New Features! I’ve added a couple new features to the newsletter including Ask Leslie where I can answer your questions. You’ll also find a scam alert section with recent scam news you need to know to stay safe. You can find links to the new features listed in the table of contents.
The Work-At-Home Success Affiliate Program is up and running! If you’re an affiliate marketer or would like to be, you can now make money helping other people work at home. Current products that are available are the Jobs Online Toolkit, all the courses at Work-At-Home Success University, and even the new Profit Blog Blueprint. To sign up or learn more, visit Work At Home Success Blueprints.
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REMEMBER … only the items listed in the “Jobs At Here” section are job (employment) listings. You’ll find that section below “Recent Work-At-Home Jobs and News”.
This week I talk to Crissy Heron about marketing during the holidays. Listen here or download. You can get the podcasts through iTunes as well.
Resources listed on the show:
I post work-at-home jobs every week day along with scam alerts, reviews and other work-at-home related news and information on the blog. Below are the latest posts. Visit the WAHS Blog for more.
JOBS ARE HERE ….
READ FIRST! To apply to the jobs listed below, please follow the directions posted in the announcement. DO NOT CONTACT WAHS TO APPLY TO A JOB LISTED HERE. Work-At-Home Success is not representing or affiliated with the companies posted here. These jobs are found by Work-At-Home Success or submitted for posting. Further Work-At-Home Success can make no guarantees about the jobs posted. Remember to never pay money to get hired or use your personal bank account or credit card to help a company do business!! Please let me know if any job posted below asks for money or is otherwise questionable. Visit WAHS’s Scam Alert page to get information on protecting yourself from scams. Canadian jobs are listed in it’s own section below.
Administrative Support, Clerical Job, Customer Service
Financial/Bookkeeping/Real Estate/Insurance /Business/Legal Jobs
Health/Wellness/Nursing/Medical/Social Work/Case Management
Booker for Speaker ($500+ commission)
JOBS END HERE
More Resources To Find Work-At-Home Jobs
Want to find more jobs? Here are some of the sites I use to find jobs. These resources list hundreds of jobs in a variety of categories. Please note that the listings below are NOT jobs (jobs are posted above). These are services that provide work-at-home job announcements. Some are free and some aren’t. While you never ant to pay a company to hire you, it is okay to invest in a service that can help you find a job. The services below are the ones I use.
Telecommuting Job Databases (fee required to access these services)
FlexJobs– Has tons of work-at-home and flexible job options plus a personalized login system that will identify jobs that fit your criteria, ability to have multiple resume profiles, job search tips and checklists, and much more! For the number of jobs and added service, its a must use for the serious work-at-home job hunter.
HomeJobStop has over 100 jobs in clerical, and more in customer service, writing, transcription, miscellaneous plus 100’s of others. Very affordable.
Free job search sites (you need to search by keyword to find work-at-home jobs on these sites).
NEW! oDesk – Tons of freelance jobs in administrative support, customer service and more!
Beyond.com- Check out this video on how to find work-at-home jobs on Beyond.com.
I received several questions on the recent Work-At-Home Success Survey about being able to tell the difference between a job and a scam. Here is some tips on evaluating job opportunities:
1. Does the employer ask for money or want to sell you materials or equipment? If so, it’s not a job. Legitimate employers never charge to hire people. In the traditional work world, you’d think a boss was nuts to charge you for paperclips or to put you on the payroll. The same is true in telecommuting. Some legitimate employers may require you to have specific tools or materials, but won’t care where you get them. Avoid any employer that requires you to buy equipment exclusively from its business. This is a common scam that results in you having expensive equipment and no job.
2. Does the company have a website hosted on a free site? If so, beware. Web hosting is so cheap these days that any company that can’t afford paid hosting can’t afford to hire you.
3. Does the company use a free commercial email account. If so, proceed with caution. As a way with managing spam and organizing email, many businesses are using Google’s free Gmail service. However, any business using Gmail or other free email (i.e. Yahoo, Hotmail, etc), should be investigated a little more thoroughly. Scammers often use these services to run their scams and get rid of the email after getting complaints.
4. Does the company have a street address and phone number? If not, proceed with caution. Many small and solo-business people avoid providing a street address and phone numbers for their privacy and protection. However, as a work-at-home wannabe, you want to be able to verify there is a legitimate business.
5. Does the job ask you to use your personal bank account to help it do business? If so, avoid at all costs. Legitimate employers will never ask you to manage its money through your personal account. Using common sense, what company would trust an employee, particularly one it’s never met with thousands of dollars? It wouldn’t. This scam could not only cost you thousands of dollars, but it could land you in jail for cashing a fake check.
6. Does the job involve stuffing envelopes, processing email, processing rebates, typing, typing ads, data entry or assembly work? If so, avoid at all costs. These types of jobs are nearly always scams. Occasionally a data entry job may be legitimate, but it will always require skills, experience or special equipment, and it will be free.
I just got an email job offer (by the way, you’re unlikely to get a job out of the blue from email), that had to do with accepting packages, repacking them and mailing them. This is a scam that could land you jail for accepting stolen goods. See below.
For more tips on avoiding scams, check out the Scam Information page here at WAHS.
Do you have a question for Ask Leslie? You can send it here.
RECRUITMENT MASTER dns@——-
11:13 PM (10 hours ago)
to undisclosed recipients Who would send a job offer to just anyone? A legitimate job offer will be directed to you by name.
II am seeking the service of a personal assistant to work for me due to my very busy schedules. There is no charge to become my P.A and you do not need previous experience. All i need is someone who is competent enough to handle my Personal and business at his/her spare time.Someone who can offer me the following services-below: Very few jobs require no skill or experience. Most personal assistant jobs I find at least require skills in a specific area.
1. Mail services (Receive my mails and drop them off at UPS store or Post office) RED FLAG – Odds are these good were bought by a stolen credit card. By sending them to you and having you resend, they put you in the way of the police instead of them.
2. Shop for Gifts
3. Bill payment (pay my bills on my behalf) Most likely you’ll receive a fake check to make these payments.
4. Sit for delivery (at your home) or pick items up at nearby post office at your You’ll be easy for the police to arrest when they track the stolen goods to you.
The content of the packages are Art Materials and Paintings, clothings, business and personal letters. All expenses and taxes will be covered by me. You will work between 15 to 20hrs a month.
The pay is $500 weekly.That is not a bad offer is it?
I need your service because I am constantly out of town. I own an Art Gallery in London.I will be returning to USA in november so this process will be going on till then. How can he own an art gallery and not have an employee on site to accept packages?
If I were to mail you money to do my shopping plus upfront payment for your service, where will you want it mailed to? How should your name appear on the payment. Again this will probably be a bogus check, which you won’t know until you cash it, spend it and then get a call from the bank to repay it.
Please provide the following information below if you interested. All fields are required in order to serve you better.
– First/Last Name :
– PhysicalAddress :
– City :
– State :
– ZipCode :
– PhoneNumber :
– Sex & Age : This could constitute job discrimination.
– CurrentJob :
– EmailAddress :
You will have access to training materials after this one complete and your full Job Description will be sent to you prior in your assignment.
Thank you for responding, we waiting your good response.
Here are some work-at-home opportunities and resource currently used by visitors of Work-At-Home Success. These are not jobs. Opportunities are specific money-making programs and Resources are educational materials that can teach you how to make money from home. Please note that Work-At-Home Success does not guarantee or endorse any of the opportunities or resources here unless otherwise stated. These opportunities and resources are offered to you for informational or educational purposes. It is up to you to research companies and find the best opportunity for you. For more information on protecting yourself, please visit WAHS’s Scam Alert
Make Money Blogging – The creator of this program paid off over $70K in debt through blogging. Great details including videos to show you how to set up a blog!
Make Money Giving Away FREE Satellite TV – Especially in today’s economy with people wanting to save money, and satellite being less expensive than cable, giving away the system plus offering special deals, is a great way to earn an affiliate income from home. VMC pays $120 for each system install you give away (see site for complete details). Click on “Affiliate Program”.
Can you write a simple letter?If yes, you could be in big demand earning big money, writing just a few hours a day. Learn the secrets of this little-known, lucrative work. I found this course helpful. If I’d found it when I first wanted to work at home, I’d have probably ended up being a copywriter!
(WAHS Approved programs — those with the WAHS Approved icon — are those that I have either personally used or reviewed. Other opportunities or resources have been screened only. Note that these are business opportunities, affiliate programs, or educational resources and may have a fee. In any work-at-home venture, always do your research before joining.)
*Disclosure: Work-At-Home Success (WAHS) occasionally receives free or trial products or services to review. Although these products/services are given free, the reviews are always based on the quality of the products/services, and are thorough and honest. WAHS will let you know if it doesn’t like a product even if it was given for free. Work-At-Home Success also provides recommendations for products or services that have been tested and in some cases received compensation when visitors of the site take advantage of these suggestions. However, all products or services that are reviewed or recommended have been used and or tested. Only products/services that provide quality information, education or other work-at-home related services are recommended. Work-At-Home Success also accepts advertising to the site, newsletter and blog. All ads are screened for quality, but WAHS cannot guarantee the quality of any companies advertising on the site, nor be held responsible for the action of those companies. Always do your due diligence in investigating work-at-home products.
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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