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 Post subject: Part time scam(must read)
PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2005 5:38 am 
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Please be aware of an online job offering (work at home-typist/clerk/secretary/supervisor/marketer/manager). You can see many this kind of job offering from some forum , free classified website and even JOBSTREET!

It's totally scam. You will require to pay an initial deposit as much as $100 (RM380) to start the "job".And the so call "doctor" will promise to pay you back when your pay reach $100. My friend have joined for a couple of month and the job is just post the advertisement on the forum or email to attract innocense people just like you and me to join this program (its totally non productive and doesn't have any products or services provided). When he reach the $100 target, he claim for the pay but he was totally frustrated and angry with the "doctor". That person email and ask my friend many stupid and irrelevant question to delay (totally don't want to pay).My friend have replied him a few hundred of emails and finally he gave up. Now he lose his $100 deposit.

And also please becareful if you're looking for online jobs. Many "typist" that need deposit or initial start up cost ($300-$500 per week) is just want you to buy the "training material" that you must resell to others just like what he's selling to you.

Lastly my advise to you all is don't simply trust those website that sold you unknown products like some "success recipe". What they sell you is just want you to follow their step to cheat others with your own website...

Anyway, if you want something true that really pay, please PM me.

ps: to moderator, if you feel this message containing any information that should be removed, please do so but please don't totally remove it. I really hope this post will be useful to others.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 5:02 pm 
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First of all concerning work at home jobs, I am a firm believer that if someone is seriously hiring, and honest there shouldnt be a need to charge upfront fees to work for the company. When you go to a store for a job do they charge you an application fee?

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2006 8:42 pm 
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KarynSolo wrote:
First of all concerning work at home jobs, I am a firm believer that if someone is seriously hiring, and honest there shouldnt be a need to charge upfront fees to work for the company. When you go to a store for a job do they charge you an application fee?


You took the words right out of my mouth! :wink:
The ONLY thing that I have ever had to purchase for a job was a pair of tan colored pants, since that was part of the dress code/uniform. Anything more than that, and I would proceed with caution.

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