3 Ways to Earn Income at Home
Without Being Scammed…

 

These days many people are interested in learning about different ways to earn income at home. Searching online is a great place to start but you really need to know what you’re looking for. It is estimated that for every 1 legitimate online opportunity there are roughly 60 scams. This begs the question… is earning income at home a scam in general?

The best thing that you can do to protect yourself and ensure that your search for income at home is productive is to get specific. Do not simply go to Google and type in generic terms like make money online, you want to learn about specific opportunities that you may be interested and then research the leading websites in that field.

For instance if you searched “income at home” you may find a website like income-at-home.com, a site that may look legit but is really nothing more than a collection of classifieds for costly work at home offers. By focusing on specific types of work you’re interested in you’ll greatly limit your contact with potentially fraudulent offers.

Below is a list of 3 different opportunities for earning income at home along with lists of websites that you can use to get started today.


Get an Online Job…

If you want to earn income at home then the first and most obvious solution is to get a job. Unfortunately many of the aforementioned scams specifically target people searching for work at home. To avoid falling for any kind of schemes the best thing you can do is go to the source. Find forums or job boards that focus on the kind of work you want to do. For instance there are many legit jobs in the customer service industry.

You can get a job as a customer service representative and earn income at home by fielding customer’s questions and providing them with support.

Another growing trend is the use of crowd sourcing to get projects done. Companies may post a work order online and allow people from all over the world to contribute. Amazon’s Mechanical Turk program is a perfect example of this.

You can get paid for doing micro jobs that companies can’t complete through the use of computers or would incur too many costs through traditional labor options. Check out our full list of Legitimate Work From Home Jobs.

Write for a Living…

Writing is one of the easiest ways to get income at home; with the growth of blogging and content publishing as a business model there’s never been more demand for writers. Websites are always in need of new content and they’re glad to pay for it. The best way to find writing work is to become a member at one of the many freelance forums and bid on open projects.

Not only can you find short term work but if you do well and impress your employer a small gig can often turn into long term or even permanent employment.

The other route that you can take is to submit your content to websites that offer revenue share opportunities. They will provide you with the platform to host your content on and in return for your work they will split the ad revenue that your articles generate. You can get started with our list of real Writing Jobs.


Generate Income at Home With a Website…

If you’re serious about making more than just a supplemental income online then this is the route you have to take. With a website you open yourself up to a variety of income sources, primarily making money through Google AdSense and Affiliate Marketing.

The best part is that you no longer need to be a computer or programming expert to make money with a website. Blogging has allowed anyone with a passion for sharing their thoughts, articles, reviews, or advice on virtually any topic.

As long as you can get people to come to your site and read what you have to say you can make money through advertising or product recommendations. Learn more about this method in our comprehensive Make Money Online Guide.

We hope that you’ve found this list of ways to generate income at home ideas helpful, feel free to leave comments below and share this resource with those who may need it.


 

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Average Rating for " Earn Income at Home " is 2.21 out of 5 based on 39 reviews.

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    caleb says:

    June 18th, 2013 at 12:41 am

    I was about to get that kit or kid whatever. I was really pleased to find out the answers i was looking for. thanks guy . I will not be getting that stuff.

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    belle says:

    June 6th, 2013 at 3:58 pm

    I heard supervisor in background saying I was crazy because I wanted to pay with paypal for security reasons. Very professional company, huh?
    He sounded like they just pulled him out of a corn field.

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    hello says:

    May 10th, 2013 at 11:32 am

    I will check into it. But I do not intend to ‘proselytize’ others. If this is another Amway “make the top dog (Wolves) rich” scheme, then I will reject it.
    I am not a blasphemous christian. I do not beleive in financially raping others with lies and half truths.

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    Aaron says:

    April 28th, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    its multi level marketing which actually means pyramid scheme. they keep telling you that you have to spend money to make money. but when you spend money on their kits, all you get are dvd’s of people telling you how rich they are. not helpful at al/ don’t waste your time or money

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    Ashley says:

    November 15th, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    I did liveops and it paid 25 cents a minute per talk time. Sometimes I made $2 a hour and sometimes $15 a hour but since I was at home I cleaned and did things in between calls. It is a good job but my kids (I homeschool) hated it because they had to be so quiet all the time. Im looking for something I can do while my kids are here. This other thing sounds like a scam. Oh well.

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    keri says:

    November 11th, 2012 at 7:29 pm

    I returned the starter kit within the trial period and now 1 month later I just got charged the $39.95.????? I got a delivery confirmation and the status was delivered. I threw the delivery confirmation away after seeing delivered status and now I don’t know what to do. You can’t get ahold of anyone of course so I’m wandering if legal action can take place.

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    Joe says:
    March 22nd, 2013 at 2:53 am

    Part of their business model is probably to make it difficult to stop the credit card charges.

    John L. says:
    November 28th, 2012 at 11:46 am

    You have a some options:
    1. Most important thing to do is to contact your credit card company and “Contest the charge”. Once contested, you don’t have to pay the charge or pay interest on it until it’s resolved.
    2. Contact your State’s Attorney General’s office and complain of fraud. The Feds also have the Bureau of Consumer Protection at www.ftc.gov/bcp/index.shtml
    3. If you returned it via USPS, that’s mail fraud. The Postmaster General can prosecute them (and will, they love the publicity).
    4. You may be able to get a copy of the receipt if you paid for shipping via credit card. Most places can get the receipt for you with a date and credit card number. Go to the place you shipped it from.

    John L says:
    November 28th, 2012 at 11:35 am

    You may be able to get a copy of the receipt from the shipper. If you shipped it by USPS, they should be able to find the transaction by date and address. You can get the date from your credit card statement, if you paid that way. UPS and FedEx will be easier to work with. But one thing you CAN do is contest the charge with your credit card company.
    Remember your jurisdiction’s District Attorney, the State Attorney General and the Federal Consumer Protection Agency all get paid by your taxes. They work for you. Communicate with them.
    But the first thing to do is contest the charge. You don’t have to pay a contested charge, or interest on it. But there’s a time limit (60-90 days on most cards) to contest it, from the time the charge was made.

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    RAYNBO says:

    September 28th, 2012 at 3:36 pm

    I’m glad I searched this site. I was just scammed for $50,000 in a scam with the Tax Club and there affiliates. Glenn Beck say’s “the truth lives here”on his show and now I know it is what he thinks the truth is and not what actually is the truth.

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    Anne says:

    September 24th, 2012 at 9:00 am

    Does anyone knows the return address to return the DVD information ? I of course fell for this but is still within the trial period. I’m going to mail back the materials via Fedex, to be sure. Just hard to find their mailing address anywhere….and hard to have anyone to “reply” to my question via their website email.

    Thanks!

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    Al says:

    September 22nd, 2012 at 6:09 pm

    In today’s economic atmosphere we who are needing to supplement/find a job on line or “stay at home job” must be ever so careful! Sharks are all over the NET/TV/Radio and they go thru very,very elaborate schemes to trap their prey/victims.Its All about the Money…..your money/my money in their bank accounts.Do your homework,Pray,read reviews.Everyone can’t be wrong about the same elaborate money grabbing, unscrupulous Ponzi smelling scheme called “Income at Home USA.com”…….O’yeah I almost forgot.IF IT WALKS LIKE A DUCK,QUACKS LIKE A DUCK…..IT IS A DUCK! Save your Money.

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    Dave says:
    April 4th, 2013 at 8:45 pm

    I’m with you I just got took on there scam two days ago. Thing is the link was sent to me from my step fathers email with his contacts included, so I trusted it. Turn out to be that worm email or something? I have a job but was looking to supplement income maybe even get ahead a little. But they got me for $200. I didn’t break me but it sure does make you mad when you get scammed!!!!!. I really hope, “what comes around goes around”

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    Greg says:

    June 7th, 2012 at 11:00 am

    reading it sounds great!!! after reviewing it and reading all the posts people put here it sounds like S&%#t. I think the good posts few and far between were put by the scumbags. I mean scammerz Nothing like kicking someone when they are already feeling like there at the end or even looking for a new start. these people should be prosecuted and shut down immediately they think its not right. dont let them keep screwing everyone.

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    Dave says:
    April 4th, 2013 at 8:53 pm

    Please see Dave’s comment above! I totally agree Greg!!! I wish the best for you and yours, and still hope what comes around goes around, you low life.scammers

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    Chris says:

    June 7th, 2012 at 8:38 am

    Shame on you Hannity!

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    John L. says:
    November 28th, 2012 at 11:55 am

    Hannity, Beck, Limbaugh … and the list goes on.

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    Giuliana says:

    April 22nd, 2012 at 7:00 pm

    The actual cost is $399.99 plus. Do not fall for it

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    mara burke says:

    April 20th, 2012 at 7:46 pm

    thank you for being + finding you!! research AT HOME USA.COM, started w/ trust guard, NO. listing, reported this on line will call trust guard, business hrs.,for 2nd report. i hope this helps one looking for home income at this NOT LEGIT so called co. mara thank you for companies you listed!!!!

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    Brian says:

    April 13th, 2012 at 2:31 pm

    Well if go to work for big company its a MLM as well you work to the higher up more money. The radio show host say these advertising because the companies pay for it. Shawn and others do not scam people. Its people who get these things think they can sit down eat and watch tv and make money! Well it doesn’t work that way you got to work at it. If I had a radio show to keep in business you have to find sponsers because they pay the bills… To end this debate you have to actually work to make money… Other blogs keep saying if it says it free its a scam. Well so IS OBAMACARE he says its free healthcare for most people well the true workers got to pay for it.

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    John L. says:
    November 28th, 2012 at 12:00 pm

    Sean makes a testimonial that even touts a $1,000 prize “this year” for just going to their site. For me that fits the definition of accomplice. Beck and Limbaugh do the same thing. If the host’s voice is in the ad, the host is involved in the scam, ipso facto.

    bentley says:
    May 10th, 2012 at 8:45 am

    GREAT ANALAGY!

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    Penzman says:

    April 9th, 2012 at 10:19 am

    I think the radio personalities are bound by their contracts and have no saying in their advertising this crap. If they do, damn them all.

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    Sharon says:
    December 2nd, 2012 at 4:49 pm

    The company is similar to Multilevel Marketing (MLM) or also called Network Marketing. You will have to sell something and recruit people into the company. Usually the product is health supplements. If you are not a go-getter, have no sales ability it will be very difficult to make money in this type of industry

    MahaSuresh says:
    October 9th, 2012 at 9:49 pm

    Hi, I just thought of joining this Incomeathome.com. I do not know anything about this. I was just going through all the reviews.Can anyone let me know the nature of job involved in this? Is this is a scam? My email id is mahasuresh1@verizon.net
    Only after hearing from you I have to decide whether to proceed or not. Please help me guys as I do not know anything about this.

    Thanks
    Mahasuresh

    Anne says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 8:55 am

    What is the return address to return the information if anyone knows? I of course cell for this but is still within the trial period. I’m going to mail back the materials via Fedex, to be sure. Just hard to find their mailing address anywhere….

    Thanks!

    Giuliana says:
    April 22nd, 2012 at 6:58 pm

    You should always mistrust a company that makes you pay for Shipping and Handling before they tell you the facts.
    The fact are that you may think it cost you $39.95 to start your business but if you enroll the price is $ 399.00 plus.
    I am disappointed of the celebrity endorsing this business,
    Now I have to pay to ship back the kit or get charged $39.95 for NOTHING
    DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM.

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    Bob says:

    April 8th, 2012 at 12:46 am

    Isn’t it a shame that there are people out there who try to scam their fellow Americans. People who do this are disgusting. When someone told me to check out this program I went straight for the small print. That is where you can find at least some truth. There is no easy way to make money. Anyone who tells you different is lying to you.

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    John L. says:
    November 28th, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    Bob, the REALITY is that there will always be scammers. The shame is that there are folks that are dumb enough to be scammed. Dumb or greedy. I think that there should be severe punishment for scammers. Bernie Madoff was a scammer and his whole family’s headed for prison. If they prosecuted these thieves like the criminals they are, there MIGHT be fewer of them. But probably not. There are severe penalties for selling crack, but it gets sold. A lot of it.

    Al says:
    September 22nd, 2012 at 4:51 pm

    AMEN Brother!!!

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    Soso says:

    March 29th, 2012 at 9:18 pm

    Dear anyone, i still say, that selling on classifieds and ebay
    is the safest way to make money on the internet. take a look
    at ebay’s track record and you will see for yourself! its more
    trust worthy than any get rich scam website thats out their.
    you pay a little to sell on eBay but you are protected to the
    hilt. sure it might be hard to find items to sell but sooner
    or later you will find something! there are more sites similar
    to eBay if you just look and some of them are protected as well.
    so do your self a favor and stay away from these scam scum sites
    that claim to make you $10.000 a week! these guys are dirt bags
    that pray on the uninformed! thats my 2 cents worth! thank you!

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    John Russo says:

    March 28th, 2012 at 7:52 pm

    I never dealt with this offer because my past research for years in internet businesses has educated me to the degree that I can feel a money scam coming on. An older post on this site told of all the additional fees which included monthly credit card fees, internet and undoubtedly site fees. the only people making money are the company execs. I have one site that offers legitimate work at home jobs. these are real jobs you need to know how to do like in the real world. No get rich quick ideas.
    My wife thought it was legit. She heard it on a few radio shows from people she considered trustworthy. Truth is when it comes to you and your money trust no one, except me of course. Read this article on work at homes jobs at essentiality.net You need some facts before looking for another get rich idea.

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    John L. says:
    November 28th, 2012 at 12:07 pm

    I agree with everything you said except the part about trusting you. :0)

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    Nadine says:

    March 21st, 2012 at 10:46 pm

    Incomeathome.com claims in several advertisements to be “an A+ rated BBB accredited business.” Look it up. I received a full refund for any/all funds I invested with the company due to false advertising.

    They are NOT BBB accredited let alone rated.

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    John Bradley says:

    March 14th, 2012 at 3:39 pm

    Income at home, is a major fraud being perpetrated on the US Public the FTC and the District Attorney should investigate the marketing tactics of this company. I get 20 emails a month from a virus that sends out these rogue emails. Virtually every town in the US, has some Mom making $8,000 a month. If this is a lie, then it is a criminal act and the FTC and the DA of jurisdiction where this company is located should get out there and do their job. Also Radio Stations all over the USA should investigate before some poor Mom, who thinks that her next check will be $8,000 plus, eventually realizes that her hard earned money has gone into the pockets of these piranha fish.
    John Bradley Esq

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    Dean says:
    March 19th, 2012 at 7:43 pm

    John, I agree with you. Isn’t interesting that we never get the full names of these ‘$8,000 a month mom’s’ and/or never able to look them up or get in contact with them. Between this and bidding sites, I don’t know which is more dishonest!

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    D SILVA says:

    March 6th, 2012 at 8:26 pm

    If this is a shameful attempt at getting someone to spend their last ten dollars on an investment that should bring a glimpse of hope to a desperate situation i will not be stopped at nationalizing this cheap squamous lie !!! Beware…And this ad has been placed on the john tesh radio show…So you better be real !!! Thank you !!!

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  • mercy says:

    March 3rd, 2012 at 3:54 am

    pls can someone help me out I’m confused and about to register for it

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    John L. says:
    November 28th, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    Don’t.

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    caleb says:

    March 2nd, 2012 at 4:10 pm

    It’s a testament to the talking heads on the radio that are doing ads for these companies. I thought they were supposed to be good wholesome conservatives that have huge audiences. Next time someone calls in to whichever one they fancy, ask them how much they are being paid by the companies that are ripping you folks off.

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    Salty says:
    January 10th, 2013 at 12:18 pm

    Calls are screened and they will not let you on the air. So glad I read this web site.

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    Alex says:

    February 22nd, 2012 at 10:52 pm

    I am glad I came here before I made up mind about this. Well, reviews and 99.99% says it time and money versus income. “Why would I want to give my time to lay an egg when I can get one”

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  • Mustluvboxers says:

    January 25th, 2012 at 3:01 pm

    Shame shame shame on you dr. Laura! How could you dare recommend workathome.com!

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  • Jery Hester says:

    January 17th, 2012 at 6:10 pm

    After receiving my Starter Pack I realized that this was not what I expected. It was nothing more than a marketing tool to keep you going to the next step which would be a additional cost. After reading the first page of the package I knew that IAH had a disdain for the Employers that built the capitalist system in the USA.
    How they can compare Employers to Slave Masters is a insult to the free enterprise system. I dont know anyone that feels like there job is a plantation and if they do they are free to leave. I am just greatful that I have a good job and yes I have a boss not a Slave Master! If you can not identify the author then IAH becomes the author!

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    stay at home mom says:

    January 17th, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    Helen’s remarks are a good point, however, with all the promos “income-at-home” runs, promises made, and the time and money it takes before you actually have a product name to go with all the hype, this is not something respectable radio personalities should be endorsing the way they are. Yes we should all do our research. The ads make it sound so wonderful, I thought surely there must be some truth to it. What most of us stay at home moms are looking for is a job to do, NOT a business opportunity. Something which will bring in a little money in the short run. MLM’s do not deliver anywhere near the promises, and usually it ends up being a situation of spending quite a lot of money you didn’t have to begin with before the reality is apparent. By that time, the “legitimate” business has your money and you still don’t have any more income. Thank you all for your reviews, I like to get both sides of the story, and from what I’ve read today I’m sure I will NOT be going to waste any more time looking at “income-at-home” or anyone affiliated with them.

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    keery says:
    March 1st, 2012 at 9:05 am

    thank you stay at home mom, I am at home with my child as well and i like and appreciate your point of view. i also like to get both sides of the story before jumping in. this is not for me.

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    Helen says:

    January 14th, 2012 at 1:22 pm

    Okay, Online Business Systems is not a scam. It’s not a job either. It’s a tool. A system you can use—if you choose—to help you run your business. The system is designed so go through step by step. The purpose of that is for ease of use, and to help you understand each aspect of the program thoroughly so you don’t miss any part. Every part is important.

    The initial kit that you receive in the mail serves a purpose. As you are exploring options and considering starting your own business is very helpful to hear from people who have used the system with success. They are real people with various work and education experiences and financial goals. That’s good information to have before you make a decision to start a business.
    This starts your decision process and leads to the next step which lays out more details of how the system works. This all happens in a timely manner leaving you ample time to decide if you want to proceed or not. And you can even decide that you need more time to decide. Yes, you have 15 days to return your kit to avoid the $39.95 charge as clearly stated when you ordered the kit. If your goal is to avoid that charge then simply return the kit. If you think may eventually start then hold onto the kit, you do not have to start in 15 days. You start when you are ready. Also, if you do return your kit, and later decide that you would like start, then you can just get started. You don’t have to reorder and start the process all over.

    It is no Big Secret that Online Business Systems was developed to aid Independent Herbalife Distributors run there businesses. There is no intent to mislead anyone about anything. If you have heard endorsements for OBS without the mention of Herbalife there is a very good reason for that. Using the OBS system is OPTIONAL. You can start a Herbalife Distributorship without OBS. You can even start through an OBS-Herbalife Distributor and not use the OBS system. If you choose to do that, you can start using the system at a later date if you decide you would like to. It is your business, and you make your own choices. Any endorsements you may have heard for OBS are because the use of the system is what they are endorsing. If they were to simply state Herbalife, or OBS and Herbalife you could easily be lead directly to Herbalife and not learn about the OBS system for running your business which is what they are endorsing. Now that would be misleading.
    Again, this is because the OBS system is optional. You do not have to use this system to run a Herbalife business. Many Herbalife Distributors have done so, successfully. The point is that you do have options. There are several ways to run a Herbalife business. Before starting a business you may wish to explore your options for ways to operate that best suit you—you decide. The Online

    Business System is designed to do that. People that endorse the OBS system have learned how it works and seen the advantages it offers.
    One main advantage is that it can help you grow your business at faster rate, if that’s your goal. Goals are important. That’s why they help you design a business plan and then help you work toward your goals set in your plan. If your goals are aggressive, so will your business plan be.

    Will there be anymore investments to make after you sign up? Of course there will. Your original investment is to get set up, trained and educated. Does it cost money to run a business? Of course it does. That’s common sense. What the system does is help you learn how to recoup your investment so you will be running a profitable business. That’s the basic goal of any business; this system is specifically tailored to your business.

    The return on investment, or ROI, is dependent on you. The tools in the system, your coach, and your up line can all help you. However this is your business, your success is based on your efforts. Your coach isn’t there to make you spend money. You make your own choices. You choose your own methods of operation, and which tools you want to implement to build your business and attain your goals. Keep in mind that if you have communicated to your coach an aggressive business plan…they are going to suggest your best options to reach those goals as quickly as possible. After all, they are simply working with the information you have provided them. Keep your goals realistic. Whatever your goals are, the business still can work for you. The variable may be the speed at which you attain your goals.

    It is completely possible to earn a generous income in Herbalife. Especially when you consider that 70% of North Americans are overweight, the aging population and underemployment. There are a lot of successful distributors but is important to understand that they didn’t start that way. They started as New Business Owners and built their businesses into successful businesses over time. It doesn’t happen overnight. But with consistency, a good work ethic and commitment it will happen. You just have to start, and grow from there.
    So there is no scam. OBS offers an opportunity to use a proven step by step system. The system does not make an income for you. If you choose to use the system you have the potential to generate your own income.

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    Jerry says:
    October 5th, 2012 at 12:24 pm

    Helen’s claim that many people need Herbalife could possibly be true. She doesn’t explain, however that nearly every product that Herbalife makes has competition in the marketplace. All these other products can be bought off the shelf at Wal Mart, Fred’s, etc.

    If you are an Herbalife dealer very few or no people will be knocking on your door to buy because we’re too used to doing what’s convenient. It’s convenient to buy the competitors’ product when you’re grocery and clothing shopping at Wal Mart.

    I threw my money away on a Herbalife MLM a few years back. I am not sure if it was incomeathome.com. (I think it was.) Bought it for my daughter, finally paying over $3,000.00 for entire package. Their emphasis was on getting “dealers” under you to bring in royalties. They did not seem to care about getting the Herbalife to the end user. Running countless newspaper ads netted zero end user sales of Herbalife, and few distributor inquiries.

    Stay away from this unless you are an experienced arm twister and can sleep at night with the knowledge that you could be ruining someone’s financial life.

    NETTY says:
    May 19th, 2012 at 8:51 am

    Then why do the ads say ” No selling required!” ? Very misleading…

    Mark says:
    January 14th, 2012 at 4:49 pm

    She’s right. It’s not a ‘scam’. If you want to start a business with out spending any money or doing anything to earn it, than this won’t work for you.

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    lola keith says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 2:16 pm

    I tried income at home. I got started about a year ago..NEVER earned a dime!! The only reason I went for it was Shawn Hannity said it was good and I trusted Shawn..Don”T trust him now..Save your money..

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    BRANDY says:

    January 11th, 2012 at 3:12 pm

    I hear the advertisement everyday from Dr Laura on siris radio and thinks its a shame she would endorse something like this. She is always encouraging mothers to stay home but how can a stay at home mother afford to put out this kind of money to get ripped off???

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    HellOfAGuy says:

    January 8th, 2012 at 1:32 pm

    The very fact that the IAH web site does not disclose critical details regarding what their products are and what one has to specifically do make money, turns me off. If this thing is so great, why not divulge this information up front? I have read many derogatory comments about IAH. What confuses me the most is the fact that IAH is endorsed by leading national radio talk show hosts. Why do you think these guys are putting their names and their good reputations in jeopardy, if IAH is really such a bad investment?

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    Trevor Jones says:

    January 3rd, 2012 at 3:14 pm

    Hello, & HAPPY 2012!!!
    My name is TREVOR, & I seriously need a better income than what this SSI provides, so I’m doing some research 2 C what kind of online business would B best 4 me. PLEASE GIVE ME SOME ASSISTANCE, GUYS!

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    Kathleen says:

    December 26th, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    I received an email from my cousin that contained a link to an article about this woman in England who used Income At Home. She became a very successful businesswoman. So I went to Income at Home Website to purchase an introductory package for $20. I continued to email my cousin to thank her for thinking of me. She emailed me back saying she never emailed me or any of her friends about Income at Home. Someone must have hacked into her email account and sent the email. Needless to say I never received any information from Income At Home. I was just looking into Income At Home.com (IAH)to find a very interesting web site that talks about this company. This web site states that IAH is actually “Herbal Life” and a multi level company marketing company. Not something to get into. IAH ads are very clever and in my opinion, trick people into purchasing their product. ALWAYS do your research. If it seems to good to be true, it probably is.

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    Emily says:

    December 4th, 2011 at 4:43 pm

    I contacted incomeathome for information. I got the “special”, just paid the 9.99 for s&h. I got the phone calls, etc. It sounded good and I was ready to do it. HOWEVER, I asked if there were any other fee and they said, if I want to make the big bucks, I would have to use the Internet, not just the 99.95 little program. I asked how much, it was 399.99 . I said OK. They were very happy, so was I. T

    hen I asked, this is it, am I right? No more fees? Then the lady told me (they were two ladies on the other side, 3 way call) . My “mentor” said, it will be 80 bucks for the monthly fee for credit cards. So, I asked how much should I expect? They said, well, I make 10 thousand dollars monthly, it depends on how hard you want to “work” . Something like that. I said, I need to talk to my husband. They were not too happy.

    My husband was unconfortable. I decided to read about it and found out that the average person makes somewhere around 300 a year. Maybe more. So, it would take a couple of years to make my money back. After I told them, thank you, but at this time I will not do it. They got unhappy and charged my credit card with 39.99 for the package. I asked why you did it? They said, you should have mail it back ASAP. I guess my learning experience was 9.99 + 39.99 . It might work, but I don’t like hidden fees.

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    I got Scammed says:
    January 28th, 2012 at 8:54 pm

    I was in this previously for a year and got no income at home at all, I think its a scam, I also see they have slightly changed their name, and yes they do get annoyed if you back out or tell them you will talk to your partner first, its not good ethics, I didnt get my money back at all, first i had to wait for the 90 period to run out and I said I dont want to wait, but they insisted that i would make money so I waited and totally forgot cause I had a full time job that was actually paying me and took up most of my time and having a new baby. Then they said I had gone past the 90 day period and there is no refund, I lost about $98NZ all up.
    Buyers beware! Its a scam

  • HELP been scammed u can help says:

    November 12th, 2011 at 9:04 am

    Incomeathome scam PPL please read.
    If anyone out there has been scammed by herballife to create a income (not the product itself) please email me with your story. I promise one thing I will NOT use your name or email address or what you wrote in your email unless I contact you first and you agree and I get a signature or something from you- I too am a real human with real feelings and a real life, I do respect you and myself. My goal is NOT to get money or any personal info but information from ppl who have paid money to start working at home and have been given all these false hopes and dreams and made nothing. Ppl who have been scammed, its usually the women or men who want to be with their children all day as well as make money online, just like myself. We are comfortable but wanted a little more (we are happy with what we have now, I was being greedy) The ppl who have paid for information they never actually get.. well unless they pay 325.00 first and then what???

    Anyone with info please PLEASE email, I was scammed and I want something to happen and I know im not the only one so,… well I need your help. I too am very embarrassed but I do believe that we can stop this. Not herballife but full disclosure all the info before we pay any money. This does not help you make money unless your willing to recruit others to pay the 325 required to earn money and even then only 0.5% do. NOT once was that mentioned to me until I had forked out this much. And yes many will say its my fault and I agree, to begin with it is but after all the bullshit they thrust apon you no wonder these ppl are making so much money.

    Please help me by sending your stories and I will answer each and every one, from what I gather its going to be a few ill try and reply to everyone even if it’s a attachment of what im telling everyone. AGAIN I will not use your name wmail addy or any info you give me until I clear it (if I can) with you, I seriously need to know how many ppl were scammed and what we can do, as a group, to stop this.
    Email scammedppl@y7mail.com

    Thank you
    PB

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    HELP been scammed u can help says:
    November 14th, 2011 at 7:20 am

    You’re welcome, its hard out there but joining herbalife will just make money worse and u will have no time, its devestating and im so happy you didnt give them any money when thousands have. the only legit thing i found online in money making is to creat ur own website and use google to advertise. however u have to have alot of traffic you need to have a website about what ppl want, and then its takes a while to establish and u have to pay a one off fee for a domain name the name of your website and if you dont know how to run a website u pay for a webhost but all this isnt a scam, its just for home businesses like plummbers or cleaners how own there own business.

    Money is a constant struggle for ppl these days and you a single mum to me your totally amazing and u dont deserve to be cheated no mothers do, all i wanted was to reach one so thank you and your children thank you. the ppl at herbalife are sure to tell u u have made the biggest mistake of your life but without you even knowing it you saved your life. i promise you thanks. goodluck and your a student so one day u will be financally comfortable, i will be too.
    thanks again

    lr says:
    November 13th, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    Thank you i am a single mother and a student, I have been looking for a part-time afternoon or evening job with no luck!!! If it is part-time they need me to work in the am or the training is in the am. so if i could find something to do at home on-line that would be wonderful. I am weary of the ads they all want a lot of money with promises, i don’t have money to give away. I was about to join the income at home, so I thank you for this post.

  • not so smart says:

    November 11th, 2011 at 12:13 am

    PLEASE mothers listen/read this.
    You CANNOT make money from home from the internet through any of this incomeathome groups, not matter how much they look real or the tv promots it or how great ppl on line say it is its fake, it cost about $500.00 to get started and you have to be on the phone and internet alot during the day and then you get to the final step and well, not until you pay another large sum of money can you actually start. Its a trick 100% maybe if you run your own website and sell something o give ppl what they want then you could get money for advertising but it depends on your market audience.

    PLEASE mothers dont make the same mistake so may desperate mothers do, they are targetting us because they no we will pay more and more with the hope of making thousands. This whole time you are speaking to a real human but all they do is tell you you have to change your life and blah blah i couldnt belive it. I didnt need to change my life i needed an online job that i can do casually and look after my children. NO didnt happen spent a forture had the other half upset with me and ended up crying for a weekend when i finally accepted the fact that i had been scammed, and you will too.
    HERBALIFE DID THIS TO ME BE CAREFUL

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    Marc says:

    November 8th, 2011 at 11:01 pm

    You could make more money as a model posing as one of the success stories!

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    bill says:
    November 15th, 2011 at 12:56 pm

    Only an idiot would ever get involved in any type of mlm or income at home scam. Go get a job at mcdonalds and you will make more money, and get free meals!

  • Johnny says:

    November 5th, 2011 at 8:50 pm

    guys – 1 simple fact please has to be remembered:

    if it sounds too good to be true, chances are 99.9% that it is!

    so please don’t fall for those schemes!

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  • Lawrence Clarke says:

    October 28th, 2011 at 11:22 pm

    Most of these work from home schemes are based on the old pyramid selling model and Income At Home is no different. Throughout the long-winded spiels from these scheme perpetrators, we are told about Fred, Sheila, Jim and Julie and how much they have earned, and how their lives have changed for the better. We are barraged by statements promising we won’t be disappointed, that, with a little effort, we will all but become rich, or as near as dammit. Nowhere does it tell us what we will have to do, specifically, and nowhere does it mention product or business method. You send $10.00 for an introductory pack with a DVD included. Still, after closely studying this material, we might as well have stuck with the sketchy information on the web site because the ‘PACK’ is no more informative and, here’s the kicker, if you don’t return the material within 14 days, you are billed a further $40.00 or thereabouts. Ah, I see where the money is made. Tread carefully, Friends, and make sure to return the pack. Let someone contact you and see how difficult it is, even at that juncture, to get information before committment.

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    Joyce says:
    November 6th, 2011 at 9:35 pm

    This deal is all about Herbalife and health and wellness products for weight loss and so forth. It also costs about $200.00 to get started! I have backed off of it, cause people from my church tried this a long time ago and it didn’t help them to loose the weight they needed to loose. If it don’t work well, then I can’t stand behind it.

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    Charles says:

    October 25th, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    The online jobs websites, always show a pictures of every day people make a large sum of money using online job programs, but what isn’t said is the time and effort that went into achieving their favorable outcome.

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    Steven L. says:
    May 21st, 2012 at 4:31 am

    Hey Charles, that’s very true.
    There are some decent opprotunities out there but unfortunately, they’re not easy to find.

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    Anthony T says:

    October 15th, 2011 at 4:53 am

    Informative as far as awareness that there are scams out there, too many people are falling for paying money and not getting any return. I would love to know of specific examples of genuine work for home. I would appreciate if you have any contacts, thanks, Anthony

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    Brenda O says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 5:48 pm

    I purchased this program and I never received the program. I am still trying to get my money back.

  • Mary Gregory says:

    October 13th, 2011 at 12:45 pm

    Ms. M says, I would love to get more detail info on income at home, sounds like something I will enjoy.

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    Cheryl says:
    January 11th, 2012 at 7:06 pm

    Didn’t you read the comments above??

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    matt says:

    October 10th, 2011 at 4:51 pm

    Can you give some examples of websites and people that have done this?

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    Gustav says:

    October 5th, 2011 at 10:40 am

    I have for quite sometime been reading about working at home and earning money, I then started out online searches about opportunities and advise but, I must say I have gotten some good advise here.
    NB: However how can I get more info.
    Thanks alot guys.

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    Phillips says:

    October 4th, 2011 at 10:40 am

    I’m very interested to work from our home,it would help us out so much ,
    Thank you

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    marline alfonso says:

    September 30th, 2011 at 12:16 pm

    I am a stay home mom, and things are so hard right now with jobs out there, I would like to join this team. Can someone please send me more information. Thank You.

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  • Kendra says:

    September 27th, 2011 at 2:07 pm

    I would like to try income at home cause i think it would be good for me to have something for me to do.

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    diana says:

    September 27th, 2011 at 1:28 pm

    Hi I’m a stay at home mom and am interested in making extra income at home

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  • Cris Wilkinson says:

    September 23rd, 2011 at 11:00 am

    I have never received my pack for the Income at Home. I have paid!!

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