You may or may not have known this but my first work-from-home job was a scam. So today, I’d like to share the signs of a work from-home-scam which are very important to know. But instead of telling you about it, I’d like to show you with my first ever infographic. I hope you enjoy!
The Signs of a Work-from-Home Scam
Other Things To Look Out For
- If you never applied for a job and suddenly you’re approached via email
- If there is no company information
- If the so-called recruiter will only communicate with you via chat
- If an ad claims to make hundreds of dollars a day for only working 1 to 2 hours a day
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Over To You
I’m sure we’ve all come across an ad that sounds kind of fishy. What’s the most creative scam you’ve come across? What other signs did you pick up that sounded the scam alarm? Let’s talk about it in the comments section below.
Corina is a work-from-home mom rolling with the punches while trying to balance a family and an online business. She is dealing with teens, grey hair, and wrinkles all at the same time! She recently launched a new blog known as Not Now Mom's Busy which talks about teen issues, juggling family life with work life, living on a budget, and so much more.