Sunday, October 21, 2012
Work at Home as an Auction Listing Agent Scams
From time to time this blog brings readers information related to bogus work from home jobs. Working from home is a real empowerment and a growing resource used by a number of people. Along with in increasing number of real work from home jobs comes an increase in the number of conmen promoting fraud and deceptive work from home jobs. Keep your eyes open for these scammers. This is a work from home as an auction listing agent scam alert and what to look for.
A number of people have received emails inviting them to participate in working from home as an auction listing agent. These are cheats and cons using scams to offer people a lot of money for nothing. Scores of members that sign up with these fraudulent companies are asked to pay an upfront fee in addition to ongoing monthly fees as an auction listing agent.
The web has a lot of unscrupulous people that want to take advantage of decent hard working people who want to work from home making an honest living. Check out any company’s credibility before investing time and never invest money-especially in a company you know nothing about. Nearly all legitimate companies will never ask for a money investment for home work opportunities.
Auction listing agents do actually exist. Unfortunately a majority of the queries that are found with search engines for work at home as an auction listing agent brings up scams instead of actual working resources.
A number of work from home business persons are reporting rip offs instead of actual prospects to earn money working from home. Casualties of the scam are asked to enter their zip codes to check for work in their area or simply given a huge amount of long winded info about how wonderful the money is in working from home as auction listing agents without any real business material.
The companies that deliver the spill will give workers the promise of making huge profits of up to $100 an hour or more. This sounds great, but how many work from home jobs do you really imagine can make up to $100 an hour to start out? Anything that usually sounds too good to be true, usually is.
There are no companies with listings in the Fortune 500 that are seeking auction listing agents to work from home. Targets of these companies are directed to sign up as a Certified Auction Listing Agent and sent garbage after they send in a fee. Some of the trash received in emails includes;
1. How to set up an EBay and PayPal account
2. Tips on using EBay
3. Fake certification to use EBay as an auction listing agent
How to use eBay and set up PayPal is free information available in numerous places all over the web and a useless certification as auction listing agents is worth nothing. Some of the companies that members have identified as sending on bogus info include HomeJobPlacement and Jennifer Johnson.
There is plenty of excellent work from home job opportunities for real companies that will make you money. Unfortunately, there are more and more scams around the web that will rip you off and take your money. Keep your eyes open and use common sense when it comes to companies such as these.