How to avoid work at home scams, Part 1: Do your research

February 12th, 2008

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Have you ever fallen for a work at home scam? I have. Or rather, my DH has. And I was right there over his shoulder. We didn’t lose huge sums of money because we cut our losses early. But when you have three little mouths to feed, every cent counts.

So when I decided to become a work at home Mom, I promised myself that I would be more careful. I joined several work at home forums and discovered that there are ways to protect ourselves from work at home scams. This is a synthesis of the advice and information I received from the lovely women in WAHM.com.

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