Finding legitimate information on work at home scams is hard. Most websites out there offering to expose or review scams, are only trying to sell you something and this includes the very scam they’re advocating against. I’ve Tried That is a rare resource. We hardly give out positive reviews and when we do, we truly believe the program or website we’re reviewing can help you make money. Take every scam review you read online with a grain of salt unless you’re at a trusted website. Always do your background research, and be sure to learn as much about the company or program first before joining.
The following is a collection of websites that I like to read frequently. They contain a lot of user reviews, and best of all: no bullshit. You’ll get all of the facts and none of the upsell. Be sure to add them to the list of websites you follow. Doing so could save you plenty of time and money in the future.
Ripoff Report is a community effort to expose scammers worldwide. Nearly all of the content found here is created by consumers. Reporting is completely anonymous and consumers are able to file complaints and identify individuals and business who are in the market to scam others. The only drawback here is that while Ripoff Report urges it’s users to remain as open and honest as possible, the fact remains that submissions are anonymous and may not always be 100% factual. This is a great place to start your background research, but be sure to look elsewhere as well.
Work at Home No Scams
Work at Home No Scams is probably one of the best scam-fighting websites out there run by a single individual. The blog is maintained by Eddy and his goal is to provide you with a s much information on a particular work at home scam as possible. He does a great job with providing background information and he is one of the few work at home experts I trust personally. Eddy wants to protect his readers, not sell them something, which is an admirable quality that you don’t see very often on the Internet. Definitely bookmark his website.
Work at Home Truth
Work at Home Truth is similar to I’ve Tried That and Work at Home No Scams, but it has an even more direct approach. Paul updates his blog fairly often with quality information and often follows a scam until it’s demise. He frequently posts updates and FTC warnings about scams he’s previously reviewed. We’ve worked with Paul in the past to expose the rebate processing scam. I can personally vouch for Paul’s legitimacy and overall concern for ensuring you don’t get scammed.
The Consumerist isn’t exactly a resource for those looking to work at home, but it is definitely a website you’ll want to read if you want to save money. This website provides it’s readers with tales from the consumer. They’re more inclined to post stories of bad interactions between customer and business. This is good because not only can it save you money, but it also shows you the true side behind some of the world’s biggest corporations.
There you have it. These are the websites I follow when it comes to saving money. What about you? Other than I’ve Tried That of course, are there any blogs or sites out there that you read religiously in order to save money?
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