Working from home envelope stuffing jobs have always been sought after, but if you’re looking for working from home envelope stuffing work then you do need to know exactly what type of working from home you expect to do – and to understand exactly what type of working from home envelope stuffing jobs are being advertised and offered to you.
While there are a few legit working from home envelope stuffing jobs available across the world, the majority of working from home envelope stuffing adverts you see online and in local newspaper shop windows are actually promoting opportunities at best and scams at worst.
It’s up to you to understand, read the adverts carefully – what working from home envelope stuffing work are they actually offering? Most asking for money will be a scam, 99.99% of working from home envelope stuffing jobs advertised are scams, but if you really want to do this type of work then just make sure you understand enough about the envelope stuffing jobs market to know when you’re being sucked in.
Look locally, rather than internationally. Find their contact details, check out the address on Google Streetview, see if you can phone the company. Don’t just rush in and send off your money.
If you don’t understand what the job actually is and you can’t ask the company …. don’t walk away, RUN!
I can’t recommend any working from home envelope stuffing jobs companies as I haven’t researched the market myself recently and things do change rapidly these days, but I’ve also not come across adverts that (to me) seemed legit. If that changes, I’ll update this post with details of any legit envelope stuffing jobs companies I find, but I don’t expect to!
Last checked: Oct2016