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We found this good article about too-good-to-be-true job scam at examiner.com. This is exactly what we mean when we see websites offering “great opportunities” to earn as much as a CEO even when you are unskilled.

Check this out, its a great article by Margaret Hansen

“If a job is too good to be true, chances are it is, but how do you know?

As
the Internet continues to open up vast opportunities for real
telecommuting and work-at-home jobs, the scam artists have also hopped
on the bandwagon…

Here are some questions to ask:

Does the job require almost no skill and require a fee?
Do they require that you call a 1-900 number for more information?
Do they offer per-piece compensation for craft or toy assembly?
Do they claim you could make a living taking surveys?

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