Work from home positions?

@911Ricki (13602)
Canada
September 9, 2012 6:44pm CST
My friend just sent me this link: www.Kimoodle.com (not a referral link). Its a work at home job, but Im a little iffy about it. Not sure if its lefit or not.
4 responses
• Canada
12 Sep 12
I just received an offer of employment from Kimoodle for a Social Media Marketing Manager role. I have never had an interview, and there were a few obvious spelling issues in the offer letter. They have asked that I pay $29.99 for a parking pass - upfront. This seems strange to me, since it is a work at home role.. WHen I questioned the company about it, they said I had to pay upfront, on the off chance that I may need to drive to Toronto (4 hours away) to sign paperwork.. I tried to get a physical address for the organization and my question was promptly avoided. I am skeptical.
@dorannmwin (36695)
• United States
12 Sep 12
I have never heard of this site so I am not able to tell you whether or not this particular work at home opportunity is legit or not. However, there are some things that I have come to know about work at home opportunities and whether or not they are legit in the time that I've been trying to make a little bit of money from home. First of all, if they do not require any kind of money upfront, then there is no reason at all that you couldn't look more into this site. However, if they want you to pay something up front, then I would definitely steer clear of that site.
@jenny1015 (13394)
• Philippines
10 Sep 12
I haven't heard anything about it but just to be sure, do some research about the site snd look for reviews. You just might gind the truth about what they truly offer.
@TeamCholent (2843)
• United States
10 Sep 12
I have never heard of that site but on a side note I know this isn't a money earning but who doesn't like free stuff. Have you ever tried the site bzzagent? We just signed up and got some free Glade air freshener and also a bunch of laundry detergent. I figured free goodies is just as good as free money.