Avoiding Crafty Work at Home Scams

There will always be a new angle that crooks will try to bait honest hard working people with. Work at home and telecommuting positions are filled with opportunities with false hopes and promises. One has to really do their homework to make sure they don't fall for a scam.

It seems to be a double-edged sword when one really needs to earn an income only to find out they fell for a scam and it cost them either more money, or their precious time, which could have been devoted to working for a legitimate opportunity.

The fraudsters are crafty at what they do and we have to be all the more cunning. They can even be found when one pursues opportunities to create crafts for a living. In order to outsmart them we have to do quite a bit of homework and make sure we are taking on a legitimate offer.

One of my blogging friends has recently found a way to make money from creating craft kits. She's excited about her new opportunity and has done her homework to ensure she is not creating crafts for the crafty fraudsters! So like her, do your homework before you reach a decision about any work at home or telecommuting opportunity.

This post was inspired by a Link & Blog Challenge!

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