Official sit for "work from home"
January 5, 2010 1:52pm CST
I believe there is no official site for "work from home" jobs. People get cheated by many sites. They will demand us to pay to join and what is obtained from them is "Nil". Government should have frequent checks on these sites, their content etc. In my opinion, there should be official site for government, which could guide the people who wish to work from home. What is your opinion?
5 Jan 10
Yes, I agree with you on this point. I recently joined a work from home site workfromhomeinus.com and was scammed by them. I paid a registration fee of 60USD and I received some typing assignments. I did all the assigments and submitted them via the internet and I have not received any news from them for almost 1 month already. According to their information, they would pay me within 2 weeks after I submitted the assignments. However, all my emails to them were not replied for almost 1 month already. So, I am sure they are a scam programme. I really wonder whether there are any genuine work from home sites. I guess almost 80 to 90% of online porgrammes are scams. I have searched for genuine work from home sites for almost 6 months already but I still can't find one. It is really disappointing. Have you found any genuine sites yet to date? If you do, hope you can share them with me. Thanks.
• United States
5 Jan 10
I agree that earning online can sometimes be a risky business. Alot of these programs come and go so quick....by the time someone got around to checking them...they would be long gone. I personally believe that one can make better decisions if they would just be more patient. And do their research...it is out there, it just takes time.