What do you think is getting stuffed Into those envelopes?
Who wouldn't want to sit around the house watching TV while doing envelope stuffing work at home, and the money just rolls in!
Not so fast partner. Ask yourself what am I stuffing into those envelopes? Is it a Sears catalog? How about Fingerhut? Maybe it's a Radio Shack Christmas Brochure? And you think they are going to give you a big fat
commission for every envelope you stuff with their catalog!
Sign me up! Envelope stuffing work never sounded so good.
Unfortunately, this is not the case. Here is a common envelope stuffing work scenario..
You read an ad or get some junk mail claiming that "Aunt Missy" makes $1,645.20 every week by doing fun and easy work right from her favorite armchair. They say you'll earn $1 or $2 or some other amount for every
envelope you stuff.
Often they ask for an up-front fee of $29.90 or more just to make sure "you're serious" about their legitimate envelope stuffing work.
You pay the fee and send off for the package. After all, they guaranteed your satisfaction with their envelope stuffing starter package (watch out! that guarantee is very conditional).
You pay the fee only to find out you earn your $1 or $2 by advertising the same legitimate envelope stuffing work. They want you to help them earn those up-front fees.
You place an ad asking people to send you a dollar to find out about legitimate envelope stuffing work. That's how you earn $1,645.20 every week. One dollar at a time.
The National Homeworkers Association, since 1976 offers only legitimate home employment
Now you can make money by assembling products in the comfort of your own home and working at your own pace! Choose from a large variety of products which
appeal to both men and women, and choose the type of work that suits your desires.
You'll be working as an independent contractor, which means you get paid according to the number of pieces you complete. There's no boss watching over you, no time clock to
punch, you can work when you please, and even watch television while making money. You can assemble a variety of products for several different companies at the same time and earn the money you need.
The demand for hand made items has become overwhelming and many of these companies don't have the man power to keep up with their orders. This is why they are looking for assemblers to do the work out of
their own home. In order to compete with foreign manufacturers, these companies use work at home assemblers to cut their costs.
The companies do all the selling! All they want you to do is to follow their easy instructions, and pay you for the completed work. These items are easy to assemble and, in most cases, there are no
special skills or equipment required. Some items may require a basic sewing machine or a simple screw driver.
There is NEVER a finish without a start, and the associates at The National Homeworkers Association encourage you to stop wasting your money on "stuffing envelopes at home" scams, and start your
new life today.
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