As someone that works from home as a freelance writer, I know how difficult it can be to find work at home jobs that aren't scams. And on top of that, there are many different types of scams out there and unfortunately, it's easy to fall for these scams especially if you are in desperate need of a job. Here are some tips to help you avoid work at home job scams. 1. You're contacted by a company you didn't apply to. If an employer or company reaches out to you for a job that you didn't actually apply to that can often be a sign of a scam. This may not be the case if you have a resume on a job site but if that's the case make sure to ask them how they found you. Some scammers get hundreds of resumes from sites like Linkedin and Indeed and they reach out to all those people hoping that someone falls for their scam. 2. Pictures of beaches and luxury cars. A job that's really a scam needs a way to lure people in. A lot of these scammers put tons of pictures of beaches, luxury cars, and…
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