Are there any real work at home jobs that don't require start up money OR signing up for other programs?

Are there any real work at home jobs that don't require start up money OR signing up for other programs? I would like to give working at home a try but I am having a hard time finding anything that seems legit. They look okay until you make it to the end and they ask for money or they tell you you have to sign up for 5 other programs. Does anyone have any experience in this?

Asked By: - 4/20/2011
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Sure there are plenty of work at home jobs that don't require start up money or signing up for any programs. Those types of jobs are called telecommute jobs. Millions of people work permanently from their homes for Fortune 500 corporations in positions such as customer service, project management, marketing, program... More
Answered By: Landlord - 4/22/2011
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The only thing I can think of is doing online surveys, questionnaires, giving your opinions on things. You can get paid alright money for it, but it's never going to be the same wage you'd get from a good job and it's never going to be a consistent wage that you can rely on each month.
Answered By: Arnold_Is_King - 4/20/2011
no such thing as work-at-home "JOBS" a job pays an hourly wage for PRODUCTIVE work - no such thing exists online only legit way to make money from home/online is by selling goods or services
Answered By: Zarg222 - 4/20/2011
You can try working for ChaCha. You answer questions for reimbursement. If you're interested in trying it, email me and I can give you more information. I've been doing it for about six months and I make about $200-$300 a month. Don't do anything that requires money. That is a HUGE red flag.
Answered By: Kelp - 4/23/2011
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