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How to ID fake work at home programs

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  1. 1. Legitimate Work at Home Opportunities - How to Spot the Fakes Legitimate work at home opportunities are more abundant than you might think. Often, we fall into the trap of buying into a home based business opportunity without doing the necessary research to make sure the program has potential to actually earn money for you. Here are a few tips that may help you avoid purchasing another fake business opportunity: 1. Reviews: there are many websites that offer reviews on the business opportunity or program that you are looking into. Just typing in the business name and doing the search for example " xxxxx Reviews", replacing the "xxxxx" with the name of the opportunity will bring up many results where others offer their experience with the program. 2. Customer service: call or e­mail the business opportunity you are interested in. If you can't speak with anyone, that should be a warning sign of a possible fake program. If you buy this program, who will you call when you have a question? 3. Over hyped: if the business opportunity is over hyped, the age old statement, "if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is" generally holds true.