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With the holiday season approaching, there are many people looking into work from home jobs to make a little extra spending money for the holidays. The problem is that the true work from home jobs can be very hard to find through all the scams and hustles that are going around. Look below for some ways you can recognize a scam when you see one, recently located on Entrepreneur.com.

Be very suspicious of the ads that show up a lot. These are typically the ones that promise large amounts of money to be earned for very little work at all in return. Come on, who is gonna pay a ton for only a little work?

Always be sure that you have everything in writing, especially if the pay is expected to be over $500.00. When you have everything in writing this gives you the one up in case they should try to default on their end of the deal or start playing some sort of funny business.

Make sure to ask several questions before signing the final paperwork and going to work. You should know exactly what the company does, what your actual job will be, the hours, the exact amount of pay, the work load and time limits you will be expected to complete and so on.

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Originally posted by Jaclyn Wells on November 16, 2009 in Ideas.


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