There are many scams out there when it comes to work-from-home opportunities. The scams are so prevalent that anytime anyone mentions work-from-home the first thought that pops into someone’s head is “scam” and not “Wow! I would love to be able to earn a great income from home”. Well, there are legitimate work-at-home opportunities out there and they can be found by doing your research and due diligence. Below are a few ways that you can find legitimate work-at-home opportunities:
Friends and Family
Approximately 45% of the new business owners, and their agents, who use the Arise® Platform come from referrals from current business owners and their agents. Your friends and family who have found a great work-at-home opportunity can provide you with a wealth of knowledge and honest information regarding their experiences.
There are quite a few blogs online that specialize in providing their subscribers with information on legitimate home-based opportunities as well as the scams that are out there. There are a few work-at –home websites that recommend Arise and provide very useful information such as Rat Race Rebellion and Women for Hire.
Once you have identified a work-at-home opportunity that you are interested in, see what people are saying about them on social media. People tend to share their honest opinion, positive or negative, on social media. To find out the truth about a company look at their social media pages and/or do a search for them on FaceBook, LinkedIn, Yelp etc. and read what people are saying about them
Media and Press
Arise has been featured on many national news segments such as CNN ,Bloomberg, Good Morning America as well as being featured in national publications such as the New York Times and the Huffington Post. Most legitimate work-at-home opportunities will have been mentioned by the media, whether online, print or TV at some point. During your online research you should be easily able to find out if the opportunity you are interested in has ever received media recognition, whether positive or negative.