Work At Home Offers
Each year the Better Business Bureau receives numerous inquiries on work at home offers. The advertisements usually represents that huge profits can be made by envelope stuffing, watching TV for pay or assembling products.
Nationwide investigations by the U S Postal Service and the BBB have revealed that individuals investing their money in work at home opportunities may lose that money to unscrupulous promoters using misleading advertising claims. The advertisements are not offering employment.
Work at Home scheme promoters will:1. Never offer you regular salaried employment.2. Promise you huge profits and big part-time earnings.3. Use personal testimonies, but never identify the person so that you could check with them.4. Require money for instructions or merchandise before telling you how the plan operates.5. Assure you of guaranteed markets and a huge demand for your skills.6. Tell you that no experience is necessary.
For more information check out the information at http://www.bbb.org/alerts/article.asp?ID=436.