Sources for Regularly Updated Work At Home Job Listings

Places to check out for regularly updated lists of work from home job openings

Many people over the years have asked me which companies are hiring people to work from home. There are several sites that post lists of companies hiring people to work from home (telecommute). Of course, you still have to submit your resume, interview, and sometimes go through background checks, etc. Since these job lists are updated regularly, I recommend you either bookmark this page or bookmark each of the sites listed on this page.

Note, most of these sites do a great job of screening their jobs. However, you should still always follow the rules for searching for home jobs here.

Workers On Board

Workers On Board posts it’s weekly jobs list along with a few freebies every week here: Workers On Board Friday Freebies (these seem to be mostly U.S. and Canadian Jobs). Worldwide work at home jobs posted on the weekly job section of Workersonboard Worldwide here.

Leslie Truex’s Work At Home Success

Work-At-Home Success was one of the first sites I recommended when I  started helping people find legitimate resources for work at home jobs and freelance work. You can find the list of Work At Home Success weekly job announcements here.

Rat Race Rebellion

Rat Race Rebellion is another site that’s been around for a long time and has a great reputation. The only thing I don’t like about their job listings is the way they position the Adsense ads above them. However, the site gives clear instructions on which part of the job listing page has the current list of home job opportunities. You can find their screened job leads here.

Mom Corps

Mom Corps specializes in professional job opportunities that offer job seekers better work-life satisfaction. You can visit Mom Corps here. I’ve also included a video below of the founder of Mom Corps explaining why she started the company.

Real Ways to Earn Money Online

Real Ways to Earn Money Online posts home job leads every few days.  There used to be a block of ads on the site that I didn’t think were marked clearly enough, but Anna, the owner of the site quickly removed them when she realized what they were (note, she didn’t have any control over what they promoted). That’s great news.

With that in mind, I do recommend you check the job listings here regularly.

Work At Home Revolution

The owner of Work At Home Revolution says she started this site as a way of sharing work at home opportunities with other moms. She  started this website and began posting new telecommute job opportunities daily. You can check her job listings here.

I’ll continue to keep this list updated.


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Internet Income Commissions Research

Here’s the bottom line about the Internet Income Commissions work from home program – you need to stay far, far away from it. Here’s why:

The Testimonials Have Been Used By Many Work From Home Scams

Not only have testimonials found at been used for many work from home scams, some of them have actually been used by websites shut down by the Federal Trade Commission!

Take a look at the following video for proof:

You can read more about those commonly used fake testimonials at my post called fakest of the fake. You’ll also find Ashley James on my list of fake names commonly used to promote home business and work at home scams.

Internet Income Commissions Features A Story By Karl Goodard

Karl Goodard is a fake reporter name that has been used to promote hundreds of work at home scams – mainly claiming to be link posting jobs. Here’s a video of just a few of the scams that have used the fake name Karl Goodard:

Major Red Flags

The Internet Income Commissions program has any of the red flags I’ve listed on my home business red flags priority checklist here. Here are just a few of them:

  • The site states “Work From Home Opportunities Have Been Featured On: Fox News, NBC News, USA Today, abc, & CNN. That claim has nothing to do with whether or not Internet Income Commissions is legit or a con.
  • Claims you can make money by simply posting links. I’ve been warning about link posting scams for years. Read this page to see how they work.
  • Promises a free consultation with an Internet Wealth Expert. That is the most dangerous part – that is simply a money grab to try to get as much money as possible out of you – often thousands of dollars.

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Fakest Of The Fake

Of course, grammatically speaking,  the term “fakest of the fake” doesn’t make sense.  However, I’ve decided to call this page “Fakest Of The Fake” because many of the testimonials and fake pictures here have been associated with sites that have been shut down by the Federal Trade Commission in the past.

Some of these are included in my list of Fake Bizop Names A-Z. However, these may be the most notorious fake names and testimonials you will find – even among some of the biggest scams online.

Most Pervasive Fake Testimonial Headlines

Not only are the following the most pervasive fake testimonial headlines, but you’ll often find many of them on the same page.

Video Of  Most Of The Fake Testimonials Discussed On This Page

The following video covers the following fake testimonials and associated images.

  • “I Received A Check For $628.53″.
  • “Altogether We Have Made Over $2,000″ or “Altogether We Have Made Over $2,197.06″.
  • “You Got Me Fired!”
  • “Amazing Way To Make Money Online” – this is usually preceded by “I’ve never heard of this before…or “I’d never seen this before”.
  • “I am now making $400 a day part time”.
  • “Quitting My Day Job”

Fake Headline #1: “I received a check for $628.53″

Here’s what you need to know about the fake testimonial below:

  • The image (stock photo) often uses the name Wesley R.
  • The image has used to promote some of the most notorious work at home scams of the past few years.
  • The testimonial headline can be found in the FTC complaint FTC Vs. Penbrook Productions here.


Fake Headline #2: “Since I signed up, I have made a profit of $1,147.02 “

Here’s what you need to know about this fake testimonial headline and the image below.

  • As mentioned previously, this image typically using the name “Wesley R.”
  • The image was used on websites by a company that was shut down by the Ohio Attorneys General Office.
  • If you want to go into the nitty gritty of how many of these sites and companies are connected, you may want to read through the following analysis: Utah Connections.00002.

Profit Of 1147-02-Wesley-R

Fake Headline #3: “Altogether we have made over $2000.00″

This headline has been used by numerous work at home scams, including recent scam Online Cash Commissions. You can read about the Online Cash Commissions scam here. This fake income claim is typically used with the image shown below.

Altogether-Over-2000 Dollars

Fake Headline #4: “I am now making $400 a day part-time”

Again, this testimonial headline that has been used by some of the worst work at home scams in recent years, including the following:

  • Fortune Agency Online – See my warning here.
  • Freedom Agency Online – See my warning here.

Typically, this fake testimonial is used with the following image:


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