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What is a Work-From-Home Scam?

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Work-from-home scams promise big money for little effort. You think you’ve landed the perfect job, but it turns out to be a scam. These scams will often ask you to put up money in advance in order to get the job. This may be in the form of an application fee, special software to purchase, or a business investment. Fraudulent job postings tend to include tasks such as: Reshipping or repackaging, mystery shopping, envelope stuffing, data entry, medical billing, paid surveys, and reselling discount products. To learn more, visit