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Work-From-Home Scam - "Melissa Johnson From... is a Regular Mum Who Lost Her Job"

Work-From-Home Scam - "Melissa Johnson From... is a Regular Mum Who Lost Her Job"

The Work-From-Home email message below is a fake. The email message claims that Melissa Johnson a mother, lost her job last year and started working online, after she was unable to find a job. This is a scam and there are hundreds of other websites with the same message, which are all fraudulent.

Please continue reading below.

The Fake Work-from-Home Email Message

Melissa Johnson from is a regular mum who lost her job last year, and after an unsuccessful job hunt, she started working online. I interviewed her about her amazing story and she revealed her steps for success.

Step 1
Go to Internet Money Path, and fill out the form to get instant activation.

Step 2
Follow the instructions at Internet Money Path and set up your account. Then they will show you what to do. Everything gets tracked.

Step 3
Deposit your earnings into your bank account! Enjoy Life!

These websites are associated with the bogus work-from-home jobs

  • channel18reports.com

  • careernewsweekly.com

  • howtoshopsmart.info/work

  • www.consumerwatch.com-tria l.net

  • onlinebusiness-news.com

  • wealthformula2013.com

  • www.careeronline.biz

  • www.theworkathomejobs.org

  • www.economyandmoney.com

  • www.careerjournalonline.com

This is how the websites look:
fake work-from-home jobs website melissa johnson

This scam is similar to other scams that we have reported on before. Here are a few of them:

You may click each link above to view each article.

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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