If you’re new to searching for an e-commuting job, you might be frustrated by the large numbers of scams hiding behind apparently legitimate work-at-home ads. I mean, the ad said it’s a typing job, right? So why is the “employer” now asking you for $50 to buy the training kit?
We have lots of experience with job ads at IveTriedThat. Steve reads so many that ads spill out of his mouth whenever it’s open. Call him on the phone sometime and you’ll hear, “How much money you make is up to you telecommuting is ok live the life you’ve always dreamed of Hello?” It’s sad, really. But his friends are helping him through it.
Because we’ve tried it, we’re going to share with you our secrets on how to read work-at-home job ads. This post will show you how to spot a scam after reading just a few words of the ad. No more wasting time reading fruitless ads and writing inquiries only to be disappointed. And these amazing secrets can be yours for a one-time fee of
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