I just got this message about Mary Johnson’s Home Job Institute recently:
“I think you might want to include Home Job Institute on your list of Not Recommended WAH opportunities as soon as you get the chance. I clicked on a link that led me to www.top3workathome.net and then to www.homejobinstitute.com. Trust me, I was tempted to check it out, but only under a pseudonym first while giving “name and phone number”. But am I glad I found your website before I gave away any information, real or pseudo.
Home Job Institute closely resembles Instant Income From Home and Work At Home Institute listed under Not Recommended, to name a few!
Thanks in advance for your research!”
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