Data Entry Jobs: How the Scam Works
(with video below) Are you looking at work from home jobs with data entry tasks? Don’t fall for the How to Make Money Fast Scam, aka the Data Entry Jobs Trick or How To Make Money From Home Scam. Let’s take a look.
Watch the video below to see in action the Work From Home Jobs/ How To Make Money Online scam exposed:Work From Home Jobs Scam Video
Spending a lot of time on your computer, you know there are ads and emails everywhere about people making ridiculous amounts of money working from home, but you’re wise – you don’t fall for any tempting offer.
One day, however, one of those How To Make Money From Home ads is showcasing opportunities such as “data entry on Google or Yahoo,” “make money online,” or “work for home jobs.” People are making a lot of money by doing something that looks like a decent job, and you may think: ‘If they can, why can’t I? And it’s Google; it is a huge company, it can’t be a scam!’
So you pay $1.97 (or a sum usually under $3) for online details (or a CD that will be shipped to you). The ‘job’ is posting links to forums or websites for various clients, and there is a promise that you will be provided with a massive list of customers.
Providing your credit card numbers for that $1.97 charge will rack up your next financial statement, without getting anything instead.
Data Entry Jobs From Home Scam: How to Avoid
Do not fall for this; Google and Yahoo are not involved in this. All the scammers need is your credit card. You will notice a $169 charge billed to your credit card shortly that may prove almost impossible to cancel. If you don’t see it, the monthly fees will keep coming. Always do your research and work only for legitimate employers.
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Data Entry Jobs: How To Report a Scammer
Warn your family and friends about the Data Entry Jobs From Home Scam by sharing it on social media using the buttons provided. You can also officially report the scammers to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:Report To The FTC Here
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