what to look for in
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is exploding with Work At Home
opportunities. How do you know which ones
are legitimate? These tips will help you
separate the good from the bad:
company’s standing with the Better
Business Bureau. You will find
information about complaints and if they
were resolved by starting here. Don’t
expect to find a company without
complaints unless the company is new and
a start up. You are not looking for a
company without complaints. You are
looking for a company that takes care of
complaints. In other words, if they had
a complaint did they take care of the
customer and satisfactorily take care of
of companies that ask for money up front
or don’t offer a money back guarantee.
In looking at any company, ask yourself
“What could I lose?” If you have to pay
hundreds of dollars in up front fees you
will most likely have a high degree of
the company has excellent customer
support. You do not want to be put in
the position of having to take care of
tons of customer needs. Make sure that
the company offers easy access to the
customer to resolve and needs,
questions, or problems.
the company’s financial status. Are
they growing? If they aren’t, you won’t
either. Growth is a sign of customer
satisfaction, good management, and that
the company will be around tomorrow so
you have job security.
companies that ask for additional fees
AFTER you join to “ensure your success”.
Make sure there is nothing hidden.
Ask questions and remember there are no
“free programs” simply want your
personal information to sell to
advertisers and spammers. Ask what
their policies are regarding selling
your information to other companies.
that the company offers a product or
service that is in demand and will stay
in demand. Is the service or product
recession proof? Remember when the
economy is down, people eliminate non
essentials. If you are with a company
that offers a product or service that is
not a necessity, you may not have a job.
company have credentials you can
verify. Don’t rely on gossip or he said
she said rhetoric that can not be
verified or might be biased. Check with
the BBB, US Chamber, and other business
organization that track and review
companies as a part of their consumer
and professional services.
that a company is solvent. If they are
up to their ears in debt they may not be
tips will help you avoid making a mistake
that could cost you hundreds or thousands of
dollars. In closing, we suggest you call
the company direct and talk with them. This
may help you make a smart and well informed
The best way to make your dreams come true
is to wake up.