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Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 October 2011 11:48 Written by admin Monday, 27 June 2011 12:46
Many people are choosing to work from home because it provides the flexibility and freedom that they desire. It is nothing like being able to set your own schedule and play by your own rules. There are many legitimate home-based businesses that allow a person to do just that. However, it is important to be wary of the fact that there are many home business scams out there. That is why it is important that people be able to spot these scams so that they can avoid them.
A general rule of thumb to remember when trying to find a legitimate home-based business is when something sounds to good, it most likely is. All one has to do is google search home-based business and he or she is likely to get a-lot of hits back saying “you can make 500 dollars a day just putting in 3-4 hours” or ” you do not need any experience to work for us.” Seeing ads like that you should set off a red flag because they are most likely a scam.
Another way to avoid home business scam is to check with the Better Business Bureau. If there are complaints about the business, then it is most likely a scam. Additionally, if the business is not listed, it may also be a scam. People should also consider contacting a business that they are interested in and asking to speak to satisfied customers. If the customers sound overly excited, the business is most likely a scam.
While there are many legitimate work from home business, there are twice as many scams. Fortunately, knowing how to spot a scam will help prevent a person from falling into the trap. Businesses that sound to good to be true, are not backed by the Better Business Bureau or have costumers that sound way too happy, are most likely scams and should be avoided like a plague.