It looks like inflation has kicked in again. Used to be that you got paid every Friday for all the hard work you put in during the week. Now, they want you to pay for the privilege to work from home. Who are they? They are the scammers and spammers, and they're coming up with new ways to try and prey on work at home hopefuls every day.
Tammara Nelson warns of one Email Processing Work at Home Scam she found on the web in a recent post here, and is out in the trenches scouring the web for the latest phishing scams and work at home fraudsters to warn us about on her Phishy-Pedia Guide.
It can't be stressed enough: Never pay for a job whether it's to work at home or otherwise. You may be able to do a lot of things, but one thing you aren't going to do is get rich quick in your underwear by sending your hard-earned cash out to unresearched sources.