How to find legitimate work at home opportunities?

@anoni9 (30)
United States
October 12, 2006 2:12pm CST
I'm looking for a legitimate work at home job that isn't a scam. Can anyone help?
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7 responses
@missybal (4492)
• United States
18 Oct 06
I finally found one! I'm with Stayin Home and Lovin It! and they are partnered with a wellness company that is 21 years old, in good standing with the Better Business Buerau, and an Inc. 500 Company. There is no selling door to door, no big investment and no risk. If you'd like more information go to http://healthybetterme.com Use search.bbb.org and you can look up any company by name, address or url. That's how I avoided so many scams in the past, and found this company.
@dellion (6706)
• Malaysia
18 Oct 06
Thats really very good suggestions:)
• United States
19 Oct 06
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@missybal (4492)
• United States
19 Oct 06
What on earth is that! I like my company thanks very much, but what I like the most is my company cares and has such great one on one support. It is only in the U.S. so I guess that leaves you the rest of the world. Good luck with it, I hope it truly works out for you.
@dellion (6706)
• Malaysia
18 Oct 06
I think lot of peoples ot there just like you and me were eagerly look for real homebased work to try and most were actually turn up to be scams. Personally I think we need to build our own site in order to earn some real money from the net unless you wish to try it on site like ebay.Try don't rush for it and make sure you didn't pay for anything in advance or anything thats sound to good to be real and do some homework by search it to get some useful info from internet.Good luck!
@missybal (4492)
• United States
19 Oct 06
I do also have a business on ebay, I sell lap quilts that I make. I don't make a whole lot except around the holidays but it is fun and it's also great to get rid of the things you have lying around the house not being used anymore. Also great for getting rid of ugly christmas presents you can't return to the store. Someone will love it.
@dellion (6706)
• Malaysia
19 Oct 06
Thats nice:)
@Theresam (1181)
• United States
4 Sep 07
Please be careful of some of the scams listed. Work at home jobs are hard to find. Technical, phone work or writing jobs are the most common legit ones. You may want to check out some job leads at http://wahjobs.blogspot.com Plus there is a listing of companies that regularly hire telecommuters
5 Apr 07
I am going to make money with the Power of a dollar internet site. We are starting a search engine so that it will be free for active members there to then be entered into the paying programs. You can have a look at the current discussion in the forum at http://tinyurl.com/2kl8t4 I am sooo excited.
• Philippines
5 Apr 07
Hi Anoni9, you can try below site. Actually, i'm into online business and make sure also i'd get paid. Just watch the 7-minute video and decide if you wanna join. www.businessadvantage.ws
@Bee1955 (3886)
• United States
16 Feb 07
4 minutes ago This growing trend throughout the country is focused on agents handling incoming customer service inquiries from their homes while connected to a network via computer and landline (no cell or cordless) phone (which you must provide). There are two distinct business models in this industry: independent contractor or employee. Prior sales or customer service experience is a plus, but not a requirement. Bilingual skills are also an asset. Two companies, Alpine Access (www.alpineaccess.com) and Working Solutions(www.workingsolutions.com) hires virtual (online) agents as employees. Other companies, including Willow CSN (www.willowcsn.com), LiveOps (www.liveops.com), VIPdesk (www.vipdesk.com),and the West Company (www.workathomeagents.com) among others, require agents to incorporate, and they're hired as independent contractors. Hourly wages range from $8 an hour to $15 an hour, which is determined based on experience, skill level, and the specific needs of the client you're serving. Ask in advance how the company pays its agents. Some pay hourly from when you clock in until you clock out. For others, the meter runs only while you're on an actual call; you're not paid for downtime between calls. Good luck - I work for Alpine Access.
@rlporter (516)
• United States
19 Oct 06
Here are some companies that you can join as a rep... www.freewebs.com/wahmlinks I highly recommend Stuff-A-Friend and Patty Gale Designs. These two are free to join and easy and reliable.