Archive for ‘Scam’

November 14, 2011

How to Identify Scam Jobs

Finding a genuine work-at-home-job may not be an easy task but can provide you success in no time once you know how to spot those websites offering scam jobs. Scams are everywhere around the web and commonly targeting those stay at home moms and first timers who want to earn online.

 Consider these helpful tips:

Scrutinize each job offer from sites featuring job listing opportunity

Don’t go immediately for a job offer without doing research. From the entire job listing from certain site like Craigslist, check if the company asks for any fee before getting the job. Remember, legit company will never ask any fee for you to make money. Once you encounter this, it’s definitely a scam job.

Use WHOIS Lookup Tool to check a website credibility

It is one of the best tools that will help you examine how credible a website is. If a certain website invites you for a job offer, check first the year of the domain registration. A scam site usually starts not so long ago while a genuine site remains relatively old.

Visit Work-at-home forums

Forums like WAHM.com, WorkFromHomeForum.com, and Work-At-Home-Forum.com are some trustworthy blogs that will help you share their information regarding which site is legit and which one is scam. Information is based directly on several participants who have shared the same experienced while working online.

FRIENDLY REMINDER!!

If you’re interested in making money from work-at-home jobs, there are websites that offer genuine jobs. Nevertheless, keep in mind that selection process may either help you find the right one or may provide you traps in falling to scams so be extra cautious during your online job hunting. Learn how to weigh things out with supporting facts before you go with a job offer.


		
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