- Do not pay money upfront.
- Asking for debit or credit card information.
– An offer occurs after simply filling out a Google form, and/or an interview was only done over chat—no phone call or video chat/interview.
- Be wary of pyramid schemes and multilevel marketing ventures.
– A job ad claims that no skills or experience are required.
- It offers high pay for little or no work.
– A company promises that a business opportunity is surefire and will pay off quickly and easily.
– You’re required to pay upfront for training, certifications, directories, or materials.
Of course, there are legitimate work-from-home opportunities, and knowing how to find them is also important. There are a variety of sites that offer advice on how to find legitimate work-from-home jobs.