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Working at Home Assembling Products

Mar 18, 2008
All of us have seen advertisements such as these in many newspapers. Most wonder if it's really true. How can one run assembly work from home? Shouldn't that be done in a factory? Well, these ads say that you can do this work at home and the things they want you to put together varies from computer componants to clothing to electrical parts. They claim that it's an easy job that anyone can do in their spare time and make hundreds doing it. There are a few legitimate jobs out there for this type of work, but it's extremely rare.

The advertisment makes it sound so easy to do and is a fantastic way to earn a little extra money. It's no wonder that so many people fall for it. But you should be aware that most of these "opportunities" are nothing but scams. These are very well designed ads by a con man. These are set up to scam you out of a little money and won't give you anything in return.

How do you know if the assembly work at home is a legitimate opportunity? For one thing, the scam ads will usually have you send anywhere from $20 to $40 in order to get the information. You will need to fill out the form and send a registration fee. This registration fee will get you a information packet along with the needed materials and instructions to do your home assembly job. All of these companies tell you that your work will have to pass their high standards of quality control or they will not accept your work.

Okay, you've sent in the form, the registration fee and recieved your packet and materials, now what? You set to work assembling the products. Once you have completed it, you will send it in to the company, usually at your own expense. Soon you receive the notice stating that your work is not up to par for their high standards and they will not purchase it. Of course they won't. They never wanted the product to begin with, they were only interested in getting the registration fee that you sent in to them.

So where does that leave you? You end up with several products taking up space in your home. If you are extremely lucky, you may be able to get a little of your money back by selling them yourself. So it's always advisable to check out any of these so called opportunities for home assembly work yourself before sending in your money.
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