Is Home-Based Work The Answer?
Do you wish for a shorter commute and to have more free time or maybe travel more?
Sounds great, but what exactly is the solution?
Could the answer be to start a work-from-home job?
Beginning a work-at-home job could be the answer, but where do you start looking?
With increased alerts of online security, it’s important to do your due diligence.
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Be In The Know
While you search for a work-from-home job, it’s likely and unfortunate that you’ll run across many scams.
Luckily there are some quick ways you can be confident to avoid work-from-home scams before you spend your time applying for a fake job.
Further down, you’ll find a few guides we created for you to avoid job scams and determine if a work-from-home job is legit or definitely on you want to avoid.
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We diligently work for you to sort out all the bogus jobs and junk and provide you with high-quality remote, work-from-home jobs. If you are interested in these services, here is our full line of Professional Employment Services.
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Easy Check List of 4-Quick Must Know’s Before You Apply
- If it’s too good to be true, it probably is!
- Does the company have contact info: Email, Social Media, Address, Phone, etc.
- Know the hiring process.
- Avoid filling out multiple forms that request your personal information before they provide details of the job.
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With the increasing popularity of online work-from-home jobs & gigs, unfortunately, it brings out more nasty scammers.
The FTC recommends before pursuing an online “Business Opportunity” the first step is to ask for a one-page disclosure document.
This document is part of the FTC’s Business Opportunity Rule.
Should You Pay to Work?
If you’ve been on the search for a legit work-at-home job, it’s possible you’ve seen companies hiring and require a fee to work.
You should never need to pay a hiring company an upfront fee to work.
However, employment services are different where a directory of jobs may require a subscription fee.
For example, we do the research and hard work for you.
Our skilled team diligently conduct thorough high-standards screenings on every one of our high-paying work-from-home jobs in our directory, job matching services, and resources. We sort out the bogus jobs and junk leaving you with high-quality high-paying jobs.
One great resource for determining if a work-at-home job is legitimate is to Google the company’s name. Check if they have social media links, “contact” and or “about us” information on their website. If you feel the company is lacking in information then go with your gut feeling and stay clear.
As suggested by the FTC, if a company is legitimate and they are offering a work-at-home job, then they should welcome any or all of the following questions: (Find FTC recommendations here)
What tasks will I have to perform?
Will I be paid a salary, or will I be paid on commission?
Who will pay me?
When will I get my first paycheck?
Reporting A Work-At-Home Scam
If you have purchased a work-at-home program and now feel the company is not legitimate, the FTC recommends you first contact the company for a refund and relay to them you will also notify law enforcement officials on their practices.
If they do not respond with a resolution you can file a complaint with:
The FTC at ftc.gov/complaint or 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).
The Attorney General’s office in your state or the state where the company is located. Find yours at naag.org. The office can tell you if you’re protected by a state law that regulates work-at-home programs.
The advertising manager of the publication that ran the ad. The manager may be interested to learn about the problems you’ve had with the company.
Our Work-From-Home Job Finders Crew works hard by conducting detailed research and high-standards screenings of our provided resources. While we believe all companies we provide to you are considered to be legitimate, we are unable to guarantee their legitimacy. We encourage you to please exercise your due diligence before submitting any personal information to potential employers, freelance work, contract jobs, online learning/courses, etc. We have no control over other companies, businesses, bloggers etc.
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