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Anyone know of any NON-MLM work at home opporturnities? I have fallen victim to may companies that claim to hire when really they are recruiting bottom level people to advertise for the top people to profit from. I have found that in most Multi-Level-Marketing jobs I either spend too much time on free advertising sites re-newing ads or too much money on paid sites to advertise and no profit in the end. It literally becomes nothing more than another bill to pay every month.”

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  • Hi. My name is Jill and I have 2 children, 12 and 2. They lead very separate and busy lives and I decided to quit my job and stay at home with them. I found this great work at home opportunity and I just wanted to share it with all of you. The company is called the Mom Team and it had been around since 1999. We are backed by the BBB. It has been a great, steady income and been very flexible so I can schedule to work around my kid's schedules. If anyone is interested you can go to www.ExecutiveMomsOnline.com for more information or if you want to give me a call you can. My number is 678-417-7694. Thanks and have a wonderful day!

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by WAHMom on 6th August 2009

  • I have created a series of work at home articles on eHow. You can check them out here:

    http://www.cafemom.com/journals/read/1396278/Work_at_Home_Article_Series_on_eHow

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by on 13th May 2009

  • Just a tip. If you find something that charges, type the name of the company into a search engine. For example "Monavie" type in "Monavie Scam" and see what results it comes up with. Find three or four and skim through what they have to say about the product and then decide for yourself through their sites if it's the right company for you. Typically you can find links that say "this site is a scam, they took my money and ran" or "I love this company, I get paid ___ amount of dollars a month."
    FYI: Monavie is an MLM but it does pay. It's just hard in today's economy to get people to buy a $40 dollar bottle of fruit drink. (I have been paid and it isn't a scam because it has a product that is currently in my home. LOL) However unless you're a great sales person I honestly don't recommend it. I just used it as an example. =)

    http://amothersdevotion.blogspot.com

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Michele on 28th March 2009

  • I have not had much luck finding work at home however you may have more luck. This site is not a scam, they charge though $18 dollars as a ONE TIME fee, it gives you a lifetime membership so you can continue to go and search. www.homejobstop.com has a ton of work at home jobs. They screen their jobs too so they aren't filled with MLM's. You can also check www.scamxposer.com to see his recommended work at home sites as well as not recommended sites. He checks them himself which is how I found www.homejobstop.com (I haven't had any luck with them because of personal reasons. Even though I haven't had any luck I think it was worth the 18 dollars)

    today.com though pays you to blog. You only get $1 a day though and $2 per 1000 visitors. (Yes I've been paid through them.)
    I used to have a site dedicated to working from home but I stopped posting and now I'm not able to post there. LOL findingworkathome.today.com it's still active though

    http://amothersdevotion.blogspot.com

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Michele on 28th March 2009

  • There are a huge number of work-at-home articles and some great WAH information right here at Work It, Mom! Check out the Essentials Guide to Working from Home: http://www.workitmom.com/essentials/detail/5378/working-from-home

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by Lylah M. Alphonse on 23rd March 2009

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