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work-at-home scams

Yesterday a community member asked for help filling in a web page for a work-at-home job.  While it's possible to find legitimate work-at-home opportunities, it's important to keep your eye out for work-at-home scams.  When the job sounds too good to be true, your best bet is probably to steer clear of it.

For example, if a job says that you can earn up to $3,000 per week, that's automatically suspicious. Few legal jobs offer that kind of compensation. Be especially wary if these work-at-home opportunities require you to send them money.