The fact that so many people are out of work or struggling financially has inspired a feeding frenzy among scammers. In early February of this year the FBI even issued a special warning about work at home scams.

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Our own research shows more than 95 out of 100 web hits on the phrase “work at home” or “work from home” are scams, links to scams, or dead ends. Some of the worst offenders are the web sites that claim to be on a mission to protect readers from scams (they claim to be scam busters themselves). Even the legitimate sites often run ads that link to scams.

A chapter from our book, Undress For Success—The Naked Truth About Making Money at Home is about the common work at home scams and how people can avoid them. Here is a list of a few of the articles we’ve published here on the topic:


So yes, we’ll continue to be scambusters, but keep in mind that not all who say they are scam busters really are. Be careful out there!

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