Work from home scams stand out because they promise big rewards for minimal effort and they do not provide a way to speak to a supervisor directly, says career expert Tory Johnson.
Opportunities to work from home are proliferating as digital resources catch fire among Americans who're looking for work or another way to augment their income. But Johnson says Internet research, reading online message boards and using your common sense are ways to protect yourself from work from home scams.
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