Work At Home Scams
By Katie Rusconi
What it is
- Investing hundreds of dollars in setting up for the job
- Getting counterfeit checks from your "boss"
- Getting hired for a job as a "distributor". The company sends you your inventories and materials that are cheap and fake.
- Not knowing that you are involved in criminal activity such as identity theft and counterfeit
How to prevent it
- Have the Better Business Bureau check to see if your "job" is real and not a work at home scam
- Learn everything there is to know about the job before you take it