Question by Maeflower: Work at home? Any real stories of success? How/Where?
Looking for work at home opportunity. No money to invest. Anyone doing it, and making money? How? Where can I sign up? Details, please

Best answer: Answer by Amanda H

I actually posted my resume on craigslist and have gotten offers from there. I am starting my new job with a 10 year old company on Mon. Try that hope it helps!!

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  1. vivienne r

    i am an entrepreneur with a home-based business. today i just got my first microloan. i don’t have any idea how one would start a business without making an investment. you have to put something in, to get something out. there are plenty of folks out there willing to take your money and never to be heard of again, claiming you can make a boatload of money working through/for them. don’t believe the hype.

  2. Lauren W

    I know how frustrating it can be looking for work from home. I was looking for work from home for about 3 years before I found the right company. I tried the paid to read survey’s (no you don’t ever get the $ 25 one’s your lucky if you get one for $ 5). I tried paid to read emails, $ .10 here $ .05 here, I was lucky if I made $ .50 a day. So then I tried working for a call center from home. That was better than the rest; at least I was making $ 3 or 4 an hour. Eventually though, I got fed up with that. I mean come on; I’m worth more than that. Not to mention you cannot live in Jersey on $ 3 an hour.

    As you can tell looking for 3 years, I’m pretty stubborn, I wasn’t about to give up on my search, but I also wasn’t about to throw my hard earned money away on some scam. I knew there was something out there that would let me make what I’m worth and give me the freedom to stay home and make my own schedule. So finally, after 3 years I stumbled upon my answer in a work at home forum. I researched the company for about 3 months, asked tons of questions on the forums, did Google searches checked with the Chamber of Commerce and finally decided to jump in. I found out that this company was a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Dun and Bradstreet, and the National Association of Dental Plans. They had been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Dallas Business Journal, The New York Times, several home business magazines and Morley Safer from 60 minutes did a special on them. Plus they had the smallest investment out there and I don’t have to sell products or have home parties or do cold calling or telemarketing. So now I’m working from home about 10 to 15 hours a week and I couldn’t be happier. I’m making about a $ 1000 a month right now, but the great thing is that each month my paychecks get bigger and bigger, because I keep getting paid month after month, for work I did in the previous months. But what really gets me excited to get up in the morning is knowing that I’m building a great future for myself and my fiancée, so that when I have children in a few years, I won’t have to worry about money (I’m on track to be making about $ 100,000 a year in 2 to 3 years, which is when I would like to start having kids), and I won’t have to worry about taking maternity leave, or asking anyone’s permission to take time off, or have anyone else raising my children.

    Anyway, sorry for rambling, I just wanted to put this out there for anyone who is thinking about giving up on there dream to work from home. Please don’t give up, you will find your opportunity!

    Lauren W.

  3. Kool-guy

    Hi,

    There is a great legit work at home job opportunity that you should definately try out – At home customer care representatives jobs. There are so many companies that pays you to take inbound/outbound call. Alpineaccess, West, Arise, Teletech, VoiceLog, Willow, O’currance, Connect Plus and many more companies hire you to work from home. You can earn $ 10 to $ 15 per hour from comfort of your home. You need to have computer and high speed internet connection with a headset.

    You can work as little as 20 hours per week. You have to take inbound calls only, no telemarketing Is involved.

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