Work At Home Special Report

Fake news sites claiming to have a work at home special report have been pervasive online for several years. The sites use fake stories about women who allegedly discovered a way to make good money online. They often include real news videos about working at home that they are using without permission.

The sales pages for the scams these sites promote almost always include many of the red flags shown on the following page:
http://www.workathometruth.com/home-business-scams-red-flag-priority-list/

The fake news sites typically use one of the names found on list shown on the page here:
http://www.workathometruth.com/fake-bizop-names-z/

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