Can you really make money stuffing envelopes at home?
My investigation in the at home job stuffing envelope industry didn't take long to complete. Making money stuffing envelopes at home is a flat-out scam. In fact, I've never met someone making money after trying these "paid to stuff envelope" schemes.
At home job stuffing opportunities easily tops my list of work at home scams of all time. If you want the proof, just visit any work at home discussion forums -- you get one sad story after another.
Promoters usually advertise that, for a "small" fee, they will tell you how to earn money stuffing envelopes at home. Later - when it's too late - you find out that the promoter never had any employment to offer.
Instead, for your fee, you're likely to get a letter telling you to place the same "envelope-stuffing" ad in newspapers or magazines, or to send the ad to friends and relatives.
The only way you'll earn money is if people respond to your at home job stuffing envelope ad -- and my investigation finds most people lose money stuffing envelopes at home.
Although many promoters of envelope stuffing schemes claim that their program is "guaranteed to work", often when consumers try to get refunds after realizing they've been scammed, they are rarely able to do so.
I think the question you have to ask yourself is why did "envelope stuffing" appeal to you? Was it the promise that you can work at home? If so, then you may want to check out the detailed review of HomeJobStop, one of the Internet's leading legitimate home jobs databases.
Or maybe you're swamped with bills and need to bring in some extra cash. Then you may want to check out my unusual review of James Jones' Emergency Cash Generators.
Whatever you do, be sure to check my list of scams before parting with your hard-earned money.
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