Four Clues That You Will Know You're Being Scammed

* “Act now” pitches – Some con artists try to pressure you by saying that most of the positions ate filled, so you had better act now. A legitimate employer will give you time to think about signing on.

* Evasive answers – Always ask for detailed description of what you’re expected to do to earn money and of how, when and how much you’ll get paid. Get it in writing and read the fine print.

* The claim that “anyone can do it” – A real employer usually wants a resume and references.

* Claims that you can make more at home than in a similar office job – You need to check it out and research the going rate for doing the same job in an office.

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