Thousands of people work from home these days. From professional dog walkers to certified computer technicians - like me - work from home jobs are common and plentiful. However, for some hard working entrepreneurs, ambition isn't enough to find a job that will allow them to work at home and support themselves successfully. This difficulty often leads to desperate searches for assistance in finding just the right job. Taking advantage of that, there are some who will offer work from home employment that sounds too good to true. Consider the recent offer being sent around the web below:
Here is the email exactly as it's currently being sent around the web:
Did you know every day big corporations write large checks to people who stay at home and share their opinion.
These corporations from every business sector are spending huge amounts of money gathering opinions from people like you so that they can zero-in on products and services that consumers will want.
Incredible as it may seem, most people are totally unaware that big corporations will gladly pay you to fill out simple surveys on the internet.
They do a lot of testing before they launch a product on the market.
They really have to because if it bombs, it costs them millions of dollars.
That's where you come in. These companies need your knowledge, opinion and expertise to prevent them from shooting themselves in the foot again.
They will gladly pay for your time in order to save themselves from a potential marketing disaster.
Companies will pay you $5 to $75 per hour just to fill out simple online surveys from the comfort of your own home.
Get paid from $30 to $150 per hour for participating in focus group panels for 30 to 60 minutes.
Have new products sent to you before they are released on the market.
Get paid to preview movie trailers - $12 to $35 per video!
If you have the willingness to participate in this new and tempting program, please reply to my e-mail.
If you are looking for a legitimate work from home position, do your research. Never accept an unsolicited, random offer like the one above.