April 15, 2024



The Top Ten Worst Work at Home Scams Part 1

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Does that sound familiar? To begin with I will tell you that if you see this or anything like it run a mile away. Do not think that this sounds good and it’s only a measly $29.99 so I can afford to lose that if it’s a scam. Just say to yourself, “It is a scam.” Envelope stuffing has been around for decades and while they have slowly evolved, it is always the same.

Just think for a second, why would any want to pay you $2-$4 to stuff an envelope and pay you over $500 a month or more, when they can buy themselves a machine that will stuff the envelopes for them? The machines are a few hundred dollars. In the long they would actually save money, by not paying someone else to stuff them.

How the scam works: You see an add similar to the one I wrote above. You send in the “small” fee which can be anywhere from $5 up to $100 or more. You sit at home waiting for your package thinking that you can put those brochures, pamphlets or postcards.

The only thing your usually getting is a one page instruction telling you to put the same ad in a newspaper and wait for some sucker to grab the bait like you did. There are also the one in which you are told to send $1 to everyone on a list, usually 5 people, put your name in the first slot and take off the #5 name and send out these letters to those people. You will then be getting all these people sending you $1, and before you know it you’ll be a millionaire.

No you won’t, do I have to tell you this is a scam? A scam that long ago moved onto the internet and is now usually played with sites such as Paypal, and Stormpay. Same scam different twist. You just send $1 or more to these 5 or 10 accounts and you will soon have money flooding into your Paypal account. Scam. This to me is just another for of MLM. Which is another scam to flush your money down the toilet.

“Lose 40 pounds in less than a month. Feel better with this miracle juice. Tone up with this miracle cream etc, etc…..Once you try it, you will love it and even better if you get others to sign up under you; you can make thousands a month.”

This dear friends is known as Multi-Level Marketing (MLM). There are so many that I can’t get through even 1% of them. The usual basis of MLM is you see some product which is often, not worth the money, untested, unproven that you will get the results it claims to give you, and most importantly it might be dangerous.

Just think, would you buy a bottle of green juice off someone on a street corner because they claim it will make you shed 100 pounds? Now the MLM I will talk about here is the “product” scam. This one is you are buying a product or joining up to work for them selling there product. If you buy the product they will tell you that you can get rich if you get others to sign up.

You will be there sponsor and when they join to sell you 40% of the product price and if you sign up another you get 20% of there product price and so on. Or you need to sign up for the gold or platinum membership and make even more money, just $199.99 or more and don’t worry you’ll make that money back in no time. I’ve even seen some so ridiculous due to the fact that your purchasing all these products to try and make even more money, not realizing your losing money or at least no making any, just paying a little less for the less than worth it so called miracle product.

The other part of a product scam is your not using or even buying it, your trying to make money solely by getting others to sign up. All those ads you see? On tv, cheap magazines, free newspapers, email and all over the web, well those are the people trying to get YOU to sign up and make them a commission. All you will be doing is trying to recruit more and more people to sell this product and earn some money. Some do it, but it’s very difficult and over 90% are scams.