Work at Home Scam Example #2
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What do I do if I am the victim of a Work at Home Scam?
If you have paid in advance for materials, software, or fees in conjunction with a work at home position, and attempts to contact the employer are unsuccessful, contact your bank or credit card company immediately to attempt to stop or reverse charges. I
Work at Home Scam Example#1
What are the signs of a Work at Home Scam?
Company initiates contact with you from a generic or free online web email address. Company information cannot be verified. Company requires advance payment for materials or software. (Some legitimate companies will require a fee, however you should be ver
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