It stinks of a scam, there are thousands of scam work at home sites out there, one 'expert' on TV suggested that 54 out of 55 offers were a scam of sorts. mturk.com and microworkers.com are more legit example task sites where different employers pay you small change for performing such short tasks.
by Jake - 20 hours ago
Don't be stupid.
by David14 - 20 hours ago
If you have to pay to get employed, it's a scam. Check Job Scams: http://JobSearch.about.com/od/jobsearchscams/a/fake-job-scams.htm
by ivxoxvi - 20 hours ago
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