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Watch Out For WAH Companies Who Spam or Seem Too-Good-To-Be-True

I get spam in my email in box all the time, in addition to seeing ads all over the Internet. I know that many of you certainly see these same emails and ads and you may be wondering which ones (if any) are legitimate.

So, I will list some that I have looked into here, in alphabetical order. If you have any on which you would like my opinion, please send me an email. sarah@homejobsformom.com

eBay Success System - (I had a link, but it no longer works. I assume they went out of "business".) This one is very similar to the one below. Once again, I've done some research and found a complaint from someone who is mad because of "hidden fees".

Seller's Lounge VIP - (Again, their link stopped working.) OK, first of all, it's not that hard to make money selling on eBay. I've done it, and any time I needed advice I could find it on the seller's message board on eBay.com! Second, do you really think they're going to just send this start-up kit to millions of people for free? Yeah right. I thought about requesting the kit but I don't want to give them my phone number. Instead, I thought I would do some research about Seller's Lounge VIP on RipOffReport.com. You can read another complaint here. After reading these complaints I see what this website is all about. You pay almost $4 for shipping and handling for the *free* CD, then get charged $50 a month after that.

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