Work from Home Assembly Jobs are a Scam
The ads blare out at you from their static websites: Free Home Assemby Jobs. Make money
doing easy assembly work. Assemble product work from home offers are abundant online and
offline. I know how tempting it is to believe their claims.
You see, several years ago, I too looked at these types of ads and was lured in by their
promising offer. I mean, I liked doing arts and crafts and since I was reasonably intelligent,
I was sure I could do jewelry assembly at home in my spare time and make as much money
as I did working full time.
So, I sent away for the information from the home assembly company and got back a starter
kit which had the pieces of the beaded earrings I was supposed to make and instructions on how
to make them.
The company stated that I needed to complete this first assignment to see if I could do the
work they needed competently. So, I proceeded to assemble the earrings, and did a nice job -
so I thought.
I sent the earrings back to the company and eagerly awaited their approval so I could get
started fulfilling lots of orders for these cool earrings. I assumed the home assembly company
was working with other businesses who needed to have these types of handmade goods made
on the cheap. I was assured by the company that this work was so easy anybody could do it
and I could do as much as I wanted. The more earrings I made, the more money I'd make.
Except, there was a problem.
The company sent me back a notice stating I had botched the job of making this test pair
of earrings and I would not be qualified to do any work for them at this time. I was puzzled by
this because those earrings were pretty easy to make and I had followed their instructions to
the letter. So, I couldn't understand their logic.
Of course, they sent me an order form and encouraged me to order more jewelry making
supplies so that I could practice making these earrings and get my work up to the quality
level they preferred. I declined to continue with this scheme.
No matter. Now that I was on their mailing list, they could bombard me with all kinds of
tempting easy moneymaking offers. You see, they know that there is lots of appeal in creating
offers featuring crafts and assembly work from home opportunities. This is how they lure you
into their never ending stream of bogus offers. If you failed at one opportunity, you're still likely
to try others - and that's how they make money off of you.
If you are looking for legit home assembly jobs, sorry to say, but you're wasting your time.
These offers are all bogus. If you really want to make money creating handmade crafts, you're
better off buying a few instructional books⁄videos and teaching yourself, then going to
your local flea market and selling them. This way, you can create something that people really
want, and keep all the money for yourself.
Do not give your hard earned money away to these scammers. They will not pay you a dime
for your assembly work, but they are hoping that you'll be fooled into paying them lots of money
for endless make easy money scams. I hope you know enough now to hold onto your money and
forget about these cheats once and for all.
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