i recently got something in my email about a work at home position open, and it claims about how all you have to do is pay 97 dollars to get this supposed kit, and then make some sort of website, post links and you're making money. now considering i'm out of school and don't have a job, this seems like a good idea, and you know the old saying if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. so im really itching to try it, but i don't really feel like spending 97 dollars to be scammed. http://home20income.com/positions-available/index.php?n=Andrew#b
asked Oct 03 '11 at 15:27
This does not seem to be a nice propostion. As you say 'sounds too good to be true' . You may still try this if there is a money back guarantee for say 15 days.
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answered Oct 04 '11 at 06:29