Not All Work At Home Programs Are A Scam
By Brenda Petty
Yes you have to be careful of scams but there are a lot of people that work from home and are successful doing it so there are legitimate work at home programs. You should check whether the company you want to work with is a scam or not and you can do that by visiting the sites listed below. Search by using the company name.
- Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Better Business Bureau
- Google, Yahoo!, MSN
- Rip-Off Report.
- Internet Fraud Information Center
Don't believe everything you read or hear about work at home programs. Just like buying a house, a car or any other decisions in life, research is the key. Find out for yourself. If the cost of joining a work at home program is minimal or free, your identity is not at risk and your life will not be in danger, then what harm would it do to at least give it a try? You don't really know till you try and then try again. So you say that you have tried to work at home and it didn't work out. Most people that are successful have tried several work at home programs and failed until they found the right one that works for them. Getting over the feelings of failure isn't easy but you stay defeated and will never have a chance at victory if you don't get back up, dust yourself off and try it again