Beware These 5 Common Work-From-Home Scams
Money Talks News
The idea of staying home and working in your pajamas can sound appealing. But use caution when searching for such work. That great-sounding work-from-home job offer may be an internet scam in disguise.
Most job websites are not policed carefully, says Brie Weiler Reynolds, senior career specialist and coach at FlexJobs, in an interview.
Steve Weisman, an attorney who teaches about white-collar crime at Bentley University, in Waltham, Massachusetts, adds in an interview with Money Talks News:
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