I am trying to find out if some work at home filling envelopes Jobs are legit?

I have run across several ads, some sound too good to be true, some sound as if they could be legit. I hesitate to send fees because how can it be a JOB if they require a fee. I really need to work at home, I live in a very small town and employment is practically non existent. I have a disabled husband at home so I don't want to travel to another town to work. Does anyone out there have and suggestions for a legit work at home job?

Asked By: Mamaw - 4/7/2008
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The envelope stuff gig is a scam. Stay away... More
Answered By: Amy Letts - 4/8/2008
Additional Answers (5)
The ones that aren't scams actually require work on your part - and if you're in need of money soon then you're likely to be sorely disappointed in any of those as well. Most of the legitimate opportunities out there take time to build - so if someone makes an outrageous claim of income it probably isn't true ( and... More
Answered By: Jermone J - 4/7/2008
The envelope job is a one way street ,they get your money and run down the street.You have to pay everything up front. And you are very right,you don't pay an employer to be hired in any circumstance.
Answered By: Opa - 4/7/2008
none of them are, unless uyou already work at a company that also gives tyou option of doing some of the work at home cause your such a skilled person there all waste money. Only thing you can do at home is start a business, that again is a business.
Answered By: Totalbullshi T - 4/7/2008
1. What is a data entry job scam? What can you LOSE... More
Answered By: brilliantman_i - 4/7/2008
They are scams. Let me repeat, envelope stuffing jobs are scams. There are some work at home places that only hire disabled people, can you husband do some sort of job on the computer?
Answered By: - 4/9/2008
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