Is working at home for advanced medical solutions group a scam?
I don't know for sure, but they probably are not if they are one of those companies that employs people who go through new medical insurance claims and "translate" them into the applicable code numbers. There are several online and mail-order technical training companies that train people how to do that.
They are not listed at the Snopes web site.
They are not listed at the Snopes web site.
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No it isn't a scam but I wouldn't expect to be rolling in the dough immediately. Look, from what I can gather from reading their sales pitch, they will point you into the d…irection of signing up with paid survey sites so you can make money taking surveys, participating in focus groups, etc. They will then tell you to go to Clickbank and pick out products to advertise (they may even tell you the products and what to put in your ad) and direct you to Adsense where you will set up Pay Per Click campaigns. That is also a legitimate way to earn income, however, if not done properly adsense can cost you BIG TIME. You have to really know your stuff. I wouldn't follow their ads to a tee because everyone else who joins up with them are putting out the very same ads. Making money with Adsense on your site....adsense sites are not as great a way to earn money as they once were. Google is very into fresh content and penalizes websites that appear to be just adsense sites. So the site is not a scam. But you need to know that it is not a Get Rich Quick thing either. You will need to work your business. It is a home based business and you need to treat it as such. If you expect to plop down your credit card, pay the sign-up fee and see the money roll in....you will be severely disappointed. I am not a member of this program. I do, however, work from home. Making money is possible and you can make very good money. You just have to put forth the effort, be willing to learn and (if you are lucky) find a good mentor. . From other contributors: . work-at-home-123.com - Blue Income - Steve Roberts is a SCAM Never refunded my money Internet . http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/0/344/RipOff0344663.htm . YES!!!!!! IT IS AN ABSOLUTE SCAM! Do not waste your time and hard-earned money with this program, and another "PaidSurveyPlan.com". They both collect your money through a "business" called NIV Consulting Corp., so I am presuming they are in the scam together. I stumbled upon them from a website called "Steve's reviews", pointing to both plans as legit. money-makers, with a "30 day guarantee for refunds". HA!!! I have been emailing them since I joined on Feb 2 for a refund, and they conveniently ignore me. I am quite sure I have been blocked from their "customer service" (I use the term loosely) by now. That's about $90 down the tubes. I guess I learned my lesson, but don't waste your time on these two huge scams!!!!! . This is absolutely a SCAM!!! . I read the ad on http://work-at-home-123.com/ and decided to try it. The web site says 30 day money back guarantee. After I reviewed the information I received, I saw I will be using my own money to do ad for this Steve Roberts. I wrote an email to request the refund the 2nd day(6/19/2008) and a few days after(6/23/2008). I have not heard anything back. And my money was not refunded. And do NOT believe any scan reviews that promotes this site as legit. It is probably he is promoting himself under a different name. Please learn from me and do not fall for similar scheme. To give you more information, this one says it will give you a free web site, but you will really need to join a internet service company and pay for that service yourself. Then they ask you to send them your username and password so that they can push information into your web site. You also need to join Clickbank so that you can get paid. All very suspicious. And the survey company's link do not have much good information, either. Some are broken, others you are entered into a drawing. . I think this person himself is a member of this site also and provided the previous answer I saw a week ago, which says it was not a scam. .
I guess you are talking about work-at-home-123.com. I can't be 100% sure about it but when you scroll the sales page, you see a screenshot of the proof of income. There you …can see $1179.94 and $1163.12 to have the same length of bar. So, looks a bit manipulated. Secondly, the name of the person who claims to be his income is not stated. So, even if there is a line: Here is a screen shot of my monthly income from May 2009 You don't actually know, who's earnings it is. So, you have enough reasons to doubt it.
Workathomeunited Anytime a website does not offer any information and wants you to submit your name, email address, etc, It's a MLM for selling Melaleuca
I don't know that it is or isn't for a deffinate fact. Just go by your own oppinion.
Advertisement deleted. And yes, it's a scam. Fortunately, they are having a bit of problems right now, and can't take on new "clients".
I found a review for them. Some have success, some dont. It works, but not for everyone. You should always do research on these companies.
If you have the necessary skills and knowledge, work from home is real. expect the same employment process as a traditional job.
A work from home job is the same as applying for a traditional job. You fill out an application with a real company with a physical address and you will be interviewed to see …if you have the necessary skills and knowledge to do that particular job.
There are both. Research a company before you apply or join. Google its name followed by the word "scam" and see what comes up. Also Google its name followed by the word "revi…ews" and see what comes up. Remember, you can't please everyone all the time. Even the most reputable companies may have some negative feedback from someone who didn't make millions overnight, for example. You must weigh negative feedback against positive feedback, see if the company is accredited with the Better Business Bureau and what its rating is, etc. Research the company's products and services. Talk to people who have had personal experience with the company. Then make an educated decision on whether you'd want to be part of it or not.
no not all of them but most of them are. Be very careful with them
This forum has already got heaps of answers. http://www.workathometruth.com/not-recommended/2011/08/23/home-working-connection-review-of-red-flags/
yes, i believe it is a scam i signed up for there program and let me tell you what went down. they sent me to www.bonus pages where the adobe flash player was infected with tr…ojans information stealing trojans.( highered my seond computer virus and malware, thanks geeks for your help). and on the information help on bonus pages guess what! its coming soon, people. been signed up for three weeks havent seen a dime. and it took three days to set up the program, Ebay,Ebooks,google,paypal, save yourself the head ache and buy a gun and shot yourself. because all these things that there going to help you do, you can do for free. google active x is infected with information stealing trojans as well. have a great day! firstname.lastname@example.org
Work at home opportunities are definately not a scam, at least a great deal of them. Actually some can be really exciting and helpful with the household income.
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