Watch out for these scammers! They are smart and it looks like the real-deal. Click on the information link in an email and you will be taken to a long and quite interesting-looking email blast that explains how you can make thousands of dollars at home, by posting 'links' on the internet for 'the world's biggest companies'.
It all looks quite feasible and has the usual testimonials and questions/answers from 'other' people. Don't be fooled! You finally get to the bottom of the page where you enter your (of course) credit card details to be sent the information to set up your account to start 'making money immediately'
THIS IS A TOTAL SCAM!
You will get a 'welcome' email back with a link to 'your account' at the 'member login page' at the 'Work at Home University'. If the link 'doesn't work' there is another link to take you to the 'troubleshooting' page. Click on the member's page and you won't go anywhere - it doesn't exist.
Click on the second troubleshooting page and you will get a nice little user name and password box. If you enter your so-called user-name and password, you will get a message saying it is 'INVALID'!
So - did I get fooled? Yes and I bet lots of other people sent these bastards $97 too! There is, of course, no way of contacting them or getting your money back from the bank, because it is an authorised transaction.
If you have been done by these or any other scammer, CANCEL YOUR CREDIT CARD IMMEDIATELY! And learn a hard lesson like I did. IF IT LOOKS TO GOOD TO BE TRUE - IT IS!!!