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is working at home ads true. do they really pay. is the data entry work from home real. which are the sites

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Some are, some aren't. Rule of thumb: the more you have to pay to get the info, the smaller the chance of success.

Kees

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Yes , it is real
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work from home

can u suggest some good genuiene sites

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Reposted (without unrelated link) for Kathleen

Hi

There are plenty of work from home opportunities out there that are genuine. The way you can tell is to get the company name off the advertiser or website, and check it out with the trade laws of that country. You'll soon find out whether or not they're real.

Apart from that, data entry is not a profitable niche to go into. It depends on what exactly you're wanting to do on the net...are you seeking something in affiliate marketing or an actual home business?

However, data entry from experience and word of mouth is not that great in terms of profit.

Hope this helped...

Kathleen

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Work from home is Real. But you please choose free sites to work. Most of the sites asking package amount which are 100% scam.

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