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Are those Work at Home programs really as good as they claim

Discussion in 'Random Discussion' started by OCCDAVE, Sep 2, 2004.


    OCCDAVE Thread Starter

    Aug 20, 2004
    I seen a bunch of work at home programs but my questions is are they really that good like they say they are, cause i remember my friend awhile back tried it he ended up mailing what they told him and didn't get **** lol reason i'm asking if it was this easy wouldn't everyone just sit home and mail letters all day :p
  2. angelize56

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    Apr 17, 2002
  3. mach9


    Jan 26, 2004
    Many of those things are scams. Be very, very careful, especially if you are required to pay for supplies up front, or find your own customers (i.e. your family and friends). They end up taking your money, disappointing your hopes and dreams, exploiting your friends and family. Although it is a trite cliche to say it, I will anyway: If it sounds too good to be true...watch out! Good luck in whatever endeavors you get into OccDave. (y)
  4. lisaa7002


    Jul 14, 2003
    I worked for Abacus a company that does surveys for businesses, towns & hospitals. I tried to find them again, but didn't find them in a google search. If you can find them they are a good company to work for. I checked them out before I worked for them-- called the Hospital (looked it up through telephone info- not a # the survey company gave me.) they said they were doing the job for & it was on the up&up. All I did was call from a list they sent me & got the name & address of people who were willing to be sent the survey. It paid really well, and the people were nice. That's been about a year ago, I don't know what I did with their #....
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