- Report: #648486
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Complaint Review: Next Job at Home
Next Job at HomeInternet United States of America
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Sounds promising. Taken directly from their homepage: Legitimate work at home job openings! Next Job at Home is a news reporting service for the work at home, telecommuter industry. We research and then verify work at home job listings from legitimate companies that need to hire remote labor. We have helped thousands of people earn money online.
However, in their e-mail - in fine print, they state: Next Job at Home, a Next Green Media LLC company, is a news reporting service. Our goal is to provide consumers with information that is public on the internet with regard to work and income. (and) You understand the Next Job at Home, does not guarantee the legitimacy of the companies posted on our website. Our website is for information purposes only, use at your own risk. By using Next Job at Home, you understand that you cannot hold Next Job at Home, or Next Green Media LLC, accountable for any event that may occur from the use of this free service.
So, it's either genuinely researching these work at home offers to ensure legitimacy, or it isn't. Based on the few things I have checked out, I would say, BEWARE!
The first one I looked into was to do copy writing. However, the company you would work for maintains the ownership and control of YOUR writing on the topic you chose. You basically give up any rights to publish the same article in the future anywhere else without THEIR permission.
The second one was Anthony Morrison. Anthony Morrison writes a very compelling e-mail -- he's an average person, just like you and I. He was not well-to-do, neither were his parents, but they were comfortable. His father invested in World Com, and lost all. Anthony found this fantastic work-at-home job - just keying in items for sale on eBay for companies. He is now going to help you do the same ... and because he's such a terrific person, he's only going to charge you 697 ... no - make it 497 ... no make it $197.00!!!
Anthony Morrison is a hidden millionaire. He has paid for infomercials - and according to my research, you have to pay in the neighborhood of 7 figures to sponsor one. And if it's such a great way to make money, and he's now averaging about $10,000 a month - why is he charging anyone to offer them the same opportunity?
By utilizing Ripoff Report and doing some research, I found all of this out.
Conclusion: If it sounds like easy money, it's probably going to cost you hard-earned money to make it!
Please research thoroughly any and all online at-home-jobs that are offered. I have yet to find one that is truly legitimate, although I am sure they are out there somewhere.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/07/2010 10:22 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Next-Job-at-Home/internet/Next-Job-at-Home-Jobs-at-Home-THOUSANDS-of-people-earn-money-online-Internet-648486. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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