The Internet is awash with job offers; all you have to do is check your spam folder –you’ll find a “guru” telling you that he/she will teach you how to earn $1,000-7,000 a week after buying his/her book or CD. That’s a scam– and no matter how tempting the email/video offer looks, do not buy it. You don’t have to pay someone to give you a job; it should be the other way around. Last year, more than 17,000 work-from-home internet scams and spam were reported to the Internet Crime Complaint Center, costing victims over $20 million in losses.
RT @DalaiLama: Many think that happiness is to be found outside ourselves in material things, but actually happiness is something that come…
- Monday Sep 28 - 5:07pm