Too many posted ''work at home jobs" are deceiving!

Lee - posted on 12/19/2013 ( no moms have responded yet )

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I truly believe I've run the gamit of the work at home positions offered online. The bulk of which require you to 'GET' someone in under you. Many of which require you to 'resell' your 'free website' and still, even more require you to pay a fee. UM.. no thanks! I did do a work at home job in customer service, and worked for one year before they terminated me .. released a call that was inaudible, with their snooty attitudes, the HR dept claimed a no tolerance policy and 'slam' I was fired. No warnings, and well, while on the job, a bunch of non-job related mandatory training and meetings. Notes were mandatory but! you had the whopping 20 seconds to complete 3 pages of notes. lovely. I'd like to find a real work at home job where in I can type up a document and click 'send' and then get paid. Something simple. I'd also like the possibility of doing the 'contact us chat box' position but apparently everyone wants those and they dont care if you type 120 wpm... you apparently have to know somebody. Anyway, the reason for my post is, I'd genuinely like to know if there is real work at home opportunity without all the hidden agendas so widely discovered once you've already given your personal information.. and NO thank you.. I am not interested in furthering my education, sorry.. I'm still paying off my school loan. uggghhh!

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