Since the beginning of the year 2010, I have been struggling to find a part-time work-from-home job that will guarantee me an income. I had a lot of offers from friends to sell cosmetics, nutrition items, anti-aging products, etc—but even those don’t come in for free. You have to give up at least $5-$1000 and basically ask people to buy from you.
If we will talk about me, being a very unsuccessful door-to-door person, it will probably take forever. The reason is I feel like I am wasting gasoline, my time, my money, and my effort, only to go home walking around for 5–6 hours with nothing. Amen to people who have succeeded on selling the foresaid items, and the likes.
But I found legit online job sites, that has helped me get extra cash, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
The benefits of working home, online:
1) You can work anytime you want, depending on your negotiation with your client.
2) You can pick what type of job, and get paid per only the time you work, or per fix price agreement.
3) You can do sales calls, but you already have the contact number of people you need to negotiate with (the annoying phone calls receive just before you go to bed, and ask whether you’re interested for such and such, by the way)
4) You are guaranteed to get paid.
How to look for a legit online job?
The first factor to think of is: “How do I know if this is a scam?” If they ask for upfront payment, then yes, it is a scam. Remember that you are the one who is suppose to get paid for doingthe job. Unless they have to charge for background screening fees.
If you found the website from search engines, open another tab or browser, and go to www.BBB.org, and see if the the webiste is BBB accredited, or at least is on their list. If not, at least do some research and reviews.
If you found it from craigslist.com, google, yahoo, bing, or wherever - please, please, please, don’t just click the link, as you may be redirected to somewhere else, and next thing you know is rogue.virus has already crashed your system. Do a review before you click. I am not sure how much more I have to emphasize, but please open a new window, do yourself and your system a favor -- review, review, review!
Here’s few legit website I know of:
They have a lot of positions, from data entry, telecommute, transcriptionist, virtual assistant, web developer, etc. Just visit the websites, and find out what they have to offer, okidokie?
Well, good luck!