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Stuffing Envelopes: A Legitimate Home Business?

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Envelope stuffing opportunities are still widely advertised in various publications and on the Internet. Many people who are beginning their search for ways to make money from home find this type of opportunity very appealing. Before jumping head-long into this thing, let's take a critical look at how the envelope stuffing opportunity really works.
Maybe you have considered doing something like stuffing envelopes from home as a way to make money. If you've searched on the Internet, you may have noticed that there are a lot of outrageous claims being made about how much you can make doing something like stuffing envelopes. But think to yourself: What kind of idiot would pay someone $5 to stuff one envelope? So you investigate further. They want you to pay a $25.00 application fee even to be considered as such a high paid "envelope stuffer." Look around the site and you'll notice all sort of links that might appeal to the financially desperate. They are trying to take advantage of you!
Making money stuffing envelopes is probably one of the oldest work-at-home scams out there! Since 1997 I've been warning moms about the dangers of sending money to companies who claim you can make money assembling crafts, getting lists of companies looking for home workers, and last but not least, stuffing envelopes.
It seems so easy - once you pay your money, you'll get a list of companies who need people to stuff envelopes with their promotional material, invoices, you name it and because you feel you can make money at it, you'll do it. Unfortunately, that isn't how the envelope stuffing scam works. Once you send in your cash, all you'll receive is information on how to place ads, similar to the one you responded to, which scams more people out of their hard-earned money.
Don't let them. There are other ways to earn cash on the net, and you don't have to pay an application fee. You can get free money if you are willing to spend just a little bit of time.
There are companies out there that want to offer you an incentive for getting involved with their business online. Look at the various ways that you can earn free cash rewards on the Internet:
-Get paid to accept offers

-Get paid to read emails

-Get paid to take surveys

-Get paid to play games

-Get paid to shop
How does it work? Well, it's simple. Businesses want you to visit their sites, become aware of their products, and take advantage of their offers. Reward programs partner with top online advertisers who pay to get connected to consumers like you! The reward program then passes most of the reward onto you. In essence, you get free money for spending some time getting involved with various advertisers.

So, don't go chasing opportunities that are too good to be true. While you are waiting for your costly envelope stuffing application to be processed, you could be earning real cash today through a quality reward program. Most reward programs even offer a cash reward (up to $5) just for signing up!

There are ways to make money from home without getting that "I just stuffed a thousand envelopes and forgot to buy $370 worth of stamps" feeling. Lots of people are making excellent money working from home; without scams. Just do your research... and take your time.
I hope this helps in your future advertising decisions.