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Assembly Work At Home Scams
By Tina Barraclough
(newly revised: 03-09-05)
Many people who need extra money would like to work from home. Unfortunately, some companies cheat people out of their money by preying on this desire to make money from home.
Most work at home "opportunities" look like legitimate ways to make extra cash. They often advertise ads in local newspapers , magazines , or through E-MAIL. These ads typically say something like "EARN &2,500 A MONTH GUARANTEED WITHOUT LEAVING YOUR HOME" send $20-$40 for details.
While many work at home scams exist , I would like to tell you about one of the common work at home scams , known as 'ASSEMBLY WORK AT HOME"
ads are tempting and often misleading ; they may look something like
this, "Make $100's weekly with an Assembly Work At Home Job!
Should you trust an ad like this? The answer is simple: NO! Can you
find any legitimate work at home assembly jobs ? In most cases, you
most likely will not find one that is legitimate, and can back up their
claims of how much money you can earn.
You will find that most of these ads are full of lies and are worthless. These ads are directed towards the disabled, the elderly, and most of all, people that would like to work at home,and/ or start their own home based business.
This is what typically will happen should you decide answer to one of these "assembly work at home" information request ads. First, you will be asked to request "free "information about this opportunity. Then you will receive some information that asks you to pay anywhere from $20 and $40 dollars for the complete details and materials to get started earning money right away.
you pay them their fee, you get back a packet of information about the
assembly work at home opportunity, and which companies are waiting to
hire you. Here's where this becomes a scam: you will most likely never
make a dime from any of these companies. Why? Because after you
purchased the supplies and or equipment needed to get started, and have
done the work, these companies will not pay you.
If you are victimized:
If you become a victim of an "assembly, or other "work at home scheme, ask the company for a refund. If they refuse, or give you an evasive response, tell them you plan to notify LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS. Keep careful records of everything you do to recover your money. Document your phone calls, keep copies of all paperwork such as letters and receipts, and record all costs involved, including the time you spend.
If the company refuses to refund your money, contact:
Your LOCAL BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU at: Your local BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU
Your LOCAL or STATE Consumer Affairs Agency
The U. S POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE at: The U. S POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE
Your STATE'S ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE at: Your STATE'S ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE or the office in the STATE where the company is.
The advertising manager of the publication that ran the ad you answered.
To learn more about Work-at-Home Schemes, contact the following:U. S POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE
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