Subscribe: Comments for Telecommuting Journal
http://telecommutingjournal.com/?feed=comments-rss2
Preview: Comments for Telecommuting Journal

Comments for Telecommuting Journal



telecommuting news & resources - when work is what you do, not where you go



Last Build Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2017 19:29:15 +0000

 



Comment on Assemble Booklets at Home? Yeah, Right… by Mary Robles

Thu, 26 Oct 2017 19:29:15 +0000

I have received 2 such letters MC Media Mailers Los Angeles and MG Marketing Las Vegas, NV. Both asking for money to receive their product to be processed from my home. Have not sent any monies to them, very tempted. The money they promise would really come in handy.



Comment on Assemble Booklets at Home? Yeah, Right… by Wendy

Tue, 24 Oct 2017 23:20:27 +0000

I got a letter today. Form Priority Publications Signed by Bradford Dillon. It came from Costa Mesa CA and asked for a $99 refundable fee that you'd get back after you've mailed one hundred booklets.



Comment on Assemble Booklets at Home? Yeah, Right… by Robert Caummisar

Fri, 01 Sep 2017 16:28:57 +0000

As an old consumer protector I read the Priority Publications offer to receive $20 for stapling 17 page pamphletbooklets/s. for 3 to 6 hours a week "That's $1,000 for just two or three hours." If there was ever a too good to be true scam in play I 've never seen it. To think it has been going on for at least ten years. The registration fee is up to $99.It is back in Kentucky.I expect I received the offer because I just retired which is widely known.



Comment on Assemble Booklets at Home? Yeah, Right… by Mike Humphrey

Tue, 29 Aug 2017 12:03:33 +0000

I got a letter just like what you described. Thank God I was smart enough to Google it and found your website. You save me some cash. Thanks again.



Comment on Assemble Booklets at Home? Yeah, Right… by Lisa

Thu, 06 Jul 2017 20:16:24 +0000

That is the trick, Victor, figuring out what you can legitimately do from home to make a few extra dollars without BUYING into scams. So far as I know, there are no jobs doing things like stuffing envelopes. Feel free to peruse the "finding telecommuting jobs" category here, but there really are no short-cuts or quick answers to finding work you can do from home.