We have been getting quite a few comments and email questions lately that make us wonder (in a good way). For example, Rich writes:
My friend sent me a link to “work at home recuiters”, you know “click here” – tried to read it all, decided to go bach and finish and guess what – site no longer exists, IE wouldn’t open it – error 404 – so i looked up the sender etc. and found your site, and Boy I’m glad I did. I feel like I owe you something for saving me $100. Only thing is I’m not sure how to get back to your site, I kinda a newbee who almost got scammed, thanks a lot I REALLY appreciate the “Heads up”! Rich
Now, Rich is so new that he doesn’t even have an email address yet, so I can’t reply directly to him.
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