Almost everywhere you turn these days, it seems that you see ads that claim they can offer you a home base typing job. But are they for real?
In a word, "no". While there are legitimate companies that do use home typists, your chances of finding genuine type from home jobs by answering one of these ads is just about zero.
If you do answer one of these home base typing job ads, what you'll receive is an "application to be a home typist" telling you that you must fill out this application and send it back with an "application fee", usually of between $19.00 to $79.00.
And if you do send in the application with the fee to a home typers scam, you still have virtually no chance of finding a home typing job this way, because typically all you'll receive is a bunch of sheets of photocopied paper of businesses along with their addresses and phone numbers that "might" be able to benefit from someone typing at home. In other words, the businesses listed aren't necessarily actively looking for people to work at home typing documents. In fact, they probably don't hire people to work from home at all.
I think the question you have to ask yourself is why did a home base typing job appeal to you? Is it the promise that you can work at home? If so, then you may want to check out the detailed review of Home Job Stop, one of the Internet's leading legitimate home jobs databases.
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Whatever you do, be sure to check my list of scams before parting with your hard-earned money.
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