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For a small processing fee, you will receive a "starter kit" or they will tell you how to earn money stuffing envelopes at home. It sounds like they will send you envelopes and flyers and you spend your time inserting, addressing and mailing out envelopes. But that's not what happens . . .
What you get is a letter explaining how to place the exact same ad somewhere else and then send the same information you received to them. The only legitimate thing in this whole scam is that you are essentially stuffing envelopes for money. However, it is illegal and the most common home employment scam, according to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
Some consumers have paid fees of of $65 to $160 up-front for a package of supplies from the defendants after being promised "Big paychecks within two weeks." Sure, they received the envelope-stuffing materials; they soon discovered they were simply sending out more solicitations for the defendants' purported business opportunities. They were never reimbursed for postage as promised either.
Allow me to introduce you to the Formax FD-6100. It retails for about $4000 and can fold and stuff up to 1,350 pieces per hour. It is just one of the many automatic folder / stuffers on the market. They range in price from $4,000 to $20,000. Higher end models can stuff fifty page catalogs.
Now, consider the costs of sending you the product, how much do you think companies would pay to have you stuff envelopes?
Even if the company could not afford to pay for such equipment, there are plenty of places that rent the equipment or can do it very cheaply. It costs less than 50 cents per envelope for this service – often much less – at your neighborhood print shop.
Why would they need to pay a stranger more?
Still not sure they are scams? Check out these links for more information. Note, these are not links to legitimate envelope stuffing jobs. These are links to articles by the BBB, FTC and other organizations exposing the frauds.Court Sticks Envelope-Stuffing Pitchman with Civil Contempt Judgment