After being defrauded many times, it is so easy for a person to conclude that there are really no genuine work from home opportunities on the internet and that all those who claim to be earning steady incomes from online programs are scammers.
But there are in fact genuine and legitimate online programs from which you can earn a very good livelihood.
All you need is the ability to distinguish true from fake programs.
Realistic Evaluation Beware of all work at home programs that tell you that you will make up to $1,000 daily with little or no effort.
Such promises are not realistic.
Life has not suddenly become so easy that with little or no struggle, $30,000 can start pouring into your account on a monthly basis.
There might be programs through which you can so much every month; but what they prescribe will not be so easy to put into practice.
Such a prescription will probably require rare knowledge, tremendous skills and profound experience, which you surely cannot buy with the $50 or $75 that work at home scams ask you to pay for subscription.
A genuine online program will not offer you get-rich-quick assurances, but will demand hard work and patience from you.
It will insist that you pay intelligent attention to all it teaches you.
Testimonials After you have confirmed that a particular work at home opportunity is realistic, check the website for testimonials.
Are there testimonies from people who claimed to have used the program? Of course, it is possible that the designers of the program have invented such testimonials just to convince you to purchase it.
In other words, such claims may not be by real people.
However, if what the program offers is realistic, if it demands hard work from you and does not promise you will become rich overnight, then such testimonials are likely to be from real people.
They are likely to be true.
Live Support Does the program offer live support to subscribers? If you do not understand something about the program or its training, are there staffs on hand to ask questions? If there are none, then you have a good point against the program (Of course, there are genuine programs that don't offer live support, but the very good ones offer it.
) A very good work at home program will not merely tell you what to do without giving you an opportunity to ask questions about all it tells you.
You need live encouragement all along the way as you try to put what the program tells you into practice.