All Work at Home Jobs are Scams- Work at Home Myths

Updated on: by Miranda Grimm

Work at Home Jobs are Scams- Myth #1 wahadventures.com

All Work at Home Jobs are Scams?

This common work at home myth is one I see a lot of and one that gets under my skin the most. I have no idea how many times I have shaken my fist at my computer screen as I read those words from advice givers.  I know that many of the people who have said “all work at home jobs are scams” are pure in heart with their statement. I too once believed this to be true.

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However, I am so glad I didn’t let that mindset stop me from digging deeper.

I hope sites like WAHAdventures.com make the task of finding legitimate work at home jobs a lot easier for those beginning their search.

I hope you enjoy the first of 5 video series debunking the Myths of Working from Home.

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TeaJae

August 31, 2013 at 7:05 pm

Glad you posted this do more videos I like them :). Yes far too many people do not research for themselves to know if something is legit or not. They hear something, a comment, statement from someone who may have never work at home before or who did run across a scam or two and then said it was true of all. A member of my congregation once “attacked” me once saying I was robbing people and hoodwinking others to join in on the scam. Which wasn’t true at all. I would never do such a thing most certainly not knowingly doing such a thing. It was because she had been misinformed and went with it. I too have run across my fair share of scams and crooks however I began to fortify myself knowledge, became armed with it so I was well informed prior to taking on a job. With the internet there is rampant room for misguided souls to disperse their falsehoods and gain an audience of folks who blindly go with it. Good job bringing the light to the darkness of working from home¦

Miranda Grimm

September 3, 2013 at 9:21 am

I recently talked to a woman who owned a print store. I wanted to see what it would cost to have a few t-shirts printed up for this site to giveaway to readers. When I explained my website the woman gave me a ‘holier than thou’ look- snarling her nose. She then rambled on about something that I was no longer listening to until I heard her say

“You just found yourself an easy way to make quick money”.

My mouth literally fell open. I looked at her, laughing, and said “I will let that one go. Have a nice day.” And walked out of her store.

Thomas

October 2, 2013 at 10:21 pm

Proof it!

Proof to me that work at home are not scams!

They have to pay for me to proof they are not lying & not a scam!

How I know they are not lying!

Fifi

September 12, 2013 at 7:50 pm

Thank you SOOOOO much for this website, I knew there were legitimate work at home jobs( hired by one last month). I received a couple of scam offer but with a little research and they were found out. I don;t know how you found these companies and job search engines can not.

Thomas

October 2, 2013 at 10:18 pm

There are skeptic people.

Work at home are scams!

They have confidence me they telling me the truth! Only way is they pay for me to proof they are tell the truth and not a scam!

Than I’m right! All work at home are scams!

MLM = Making Less Money!