Tuesday, July 3, 2007
Work at Home Jobs
When if comes to work at home jobs trying to find the program that actually works is sometimes the hardest this to do. If you think you may have finally found the "right site" it may end up being a scam. I am going to show you some keys to look for to assure that you are not getting into a work at home scam.
First, when selecting any work at home opportunity look to see if any kind of guarantee is given. Web sites that are not offering any guarantees for their work at home program is more than likely not confident enough in their program to offer this, so be very cautious.
Second, even if a work at home company does offer a guarantee whether it be 30 days, 60 days etc. may not always honor the guarantee. So what do you need to look for when it comes to making sure you WILL get your money back as stated in the Web sites agreement. You will be surprised a simple way to assure you will get your money back. Before selecting any work at home companies, always look at who is their payment processor. The reason is that companies that do not use a reputable third party pay processor will nave no guidelines and agreement terms they will have to follow. You will then be at their mercy. Companies that use pay processors such as PayPal, Plimus, and 2CO as an example will have to follow a strict code of ethics as in the terms of agreement of these payment processors.
If any company does not follow the terms of agreement set by their pay processor can face suspension, or cancellation of their account. If a company does not give you your money back that uses companies such as PayPal can get in trouble if they do not hold their end of the agreement.
Be careful of companies using merchant software such as eSellerate, which is just a software program to process their own payments, and not a third party pay processor. I am not saying eSellerate is the problem, for it is a very good software program, but I am saying to look out for companies using this software that may disguise the fact they are processing their own payments.
So choosing a good company that offers a guarantee, and is using a reputable third party pay processor such as PayPal is two keys to assure you will not get scammed out of your money.
Many people think that if the program is not to their interest that this should be categorized as a scam. Because every ones interests are different this is not the true definition of a scam. When you pay for something and lose out on the money you initially invested is a the proper definition as a scam. If you are able to try something, and get your money back if you do not like it, is actually good business.
If you are looking for a few good options that meet the criteria I have mentioned, I personally will suggest a few companies that you should look at. These companies offer great training programs, and jobs along with a 100% guarantee. You can at least try these out and not have to worry about getting scammed as per my definition.
Posted by Don Price at 7:32 PM