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Wingsy On July 24, 2020
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#1New Post! Jul 15, 2009 @ 14:48:06
Read this first.

Not all work from home opportunities are a scam, and they're nearly irresistable for people who've been out of work for a while. But take care to watch for scams. I'd hate to see any of us fall prey to these people.

(The article is from CNN)
rashad On December 08, 2009




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#2New Post! Jul 15, 2009 @ 14:56:57
I've been involved in MLM and affiliate programs and all required some form of payment or the purchase of something in order to qualify to earn a commission. However, I must say that I haven't found anything until a month ago that actually doesn't require you to pay anything for life to get paid.

This company is redefining social networking as we know it by sharing its advertisement revenue with it members. The only requirement is to help increase it membership. So you're able to get paid for something you're already doing.

@Wingsy Said

Read this first.

Not all work from home opportunities are a scam, and they're nearly irresistable for people who've been out of work for a while. But take care to watch for scams. I'd hate to see any of us fall prey to these people.

(The article is from CNN)
ReAdSaLoT On September 23, 2019




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#3New Post! Jul 15, 2009 @ 15:08:34
Working from home has a lot of challenges; I work for myself, but not with one of those companies. People forget how hard it is to have the self control to work without supervision. If you're not a self starter work will pile up and you'll be in trouble from day one. These co. have quotas and you will still have a so called boss. Yes, I work from home, but I have deadlines and editors and pesky paper work. Insurance needs considering, work space, type of work. Unless you love what you're doing, starting your own business, can work yourself into the ground, working from home has only one advantage. You can do it in your jammies.
Wingsy On July 24, 2020
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#4New Post! Jul 15, 2009 @ 15:14:12
I had a job where I worked from home 3 days a week, and went in the other 2. I had deadlines, and projects, and due to the nature of what I was doing, and the fact that I could NOT do it at work, I was permitted to work from home to accomplish the things that needed doing. I liked it. I had the freedom to take breaks when I wanted, and to start working a little early, stop working a little late...whatever, as long as I completed the project.
ReAdSaLoT On September 23, 2019




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#5New Post! Jul 15, 2009 @ 15:25:27
@Wingsy Said

I had a job where I worked from home 3 days a week, and went in the other 2. I had deadlines, and projects, and due to the nature of what I was doing, and the fact that I could NOT do it at work, I was permitted to work from home to accomplish the things that needed doing. I liked it. I had the freedom to take breaks when I wanted, and to start working a little early, stop working a little late...whatever, as long as I completed the project.


I love working from home, I didn't mean it that way. Some people don't realize, it's still WORK. They think it's an easy way out. I'm never just on tfs, which is why I'm slow to answer, etc. You aren't either, I know that.
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