Scam - "Work At Home Dad Makes $ Part-Time While Spending Time On Facebook"
Nov 4, 2014
The work-from-home website www.career-journal.net is a fake. The website claims that Luke Douglas or some other persons started making thousands of dollars every month after they lost their jobs last year and started working online, after they were unable to find regular jobs. This is a scam and there are hundreds of other websites like www.career-journal.net, which are all fraudulent.
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The Fake Work-from-Home Website
Work At Home Dad Makes $ Part-Time While Spending Time On Facebook!
Have You Ever Considered Working Online?Luke Douglas from ? never thought that he would work online, until curiosity got the best of him and he filled out a simple online form. Before he knew it, he discovered his secret to beating the recession, and being able to provide for his family while at home with his three children.
Luke puts his computer to work and makes money while working from home. He says that Facebook Fortunes has helped change his financial life and recommends it to people as a good opportunity.Have You Ever
Considered Working Online?
never thought that he would work online, until curiosity got the best of him and he filled out a simple online form. Before he knew it, he discovered his secret to beating the recession, and being able to provide for his family while at home with his three children.I read Luke's blog last month and decided to feature his story in our weekly consumer report.in our phone interview he told me his amazing story.
This scam is similar to other scams that we have reported on before. Here are a few of them:
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If you are taken to a website looking like the one above, the website is more than likely a scam.
Do your research before registering with work-from-home websites. These scammers know that there are millions of persons seeking employment or looking for a quick way to get rich, so this is why they create these fraudulent websites to rob persons of their hard earned money.
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