Do Your Homework on Home Work

Formichelli, Linda
March 2010
Momentum (19403410);Spring2010, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p28
The article presents guidelines for multiple sclerosis (MS) patients on avoiding work-at-home scams in the U.S. About.com job search expert Alison Doyle stresses that real companies do not charge employees money. Kate Lister, author of the book "Undress for Success: The Naked Truth About Making Money at Home," mentioned that work-at-home opportunities in unsolicited e-mail are fraud. Doyle advises against disclosing Social Security and bank account numbers for such work.


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