I would love to be able to work from home considering all of my allergies. I have been looking for a work from home position for over 4 years.
The first scam I was taken on was a doosie. Weston Distance Learning-Medical Billing and Coding. NO one! No one is hiring for someone that pays $5,000.00 to take this course. The only way to get into this position is to take more courses costing thousands of dollars more in the specific field. Take a look at your area. See what they are hiring for. I did a quick search before I enrolled. There are a bunch of practices hiring. None from home and none without certification in the specific field and 5 years experience. If no one is hiring how is anyone supposed to get experience? They suggested to me that I volunteer in a office for 5 years to get experience. Volunteering doesn’t pay a single bill.
Scam number two- Idictate and Quicktate. Only cost me $20 for a supposed background check and hours and hours of my time. I put in two work order requests for payment for services rendered. They have yet to reply to my inquires as well as pay me for work done a full month and a half ago.
And ironically the same day I confirm my information my place of employment and random distant family members start receiving phone calls all on the same day claiming that they need to pay this business money on my behalf, they immediately hung up on me at work because it was my identity that they was being stolen and I knew that they didn’t need money.
A huge word of caution when looking into companies that are hiring work from home positions make sure you read all of the fine print. There are credit card companies that state that they are entitled to all of your personal information and that they will sell this information.
No Thanks! RickabaughReviews comletely disapproves!
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