Work from Home Guide Links
- Better Business Bureau
- Check out any company with the BBB before spending your money.
- Local consumer protection agency finder
- Your second greatest resource after the BBB.
- National Association of Attorneys General
- The place to find your state's Attorney General.
- Federal Trade Commission
- A great source of information on the latest scams.
- National Fraud Information Center
- Another source of valuable information and a place to go if you're the victim of fraud.
- U.S. Postal Inspection Service
- If you've received any schemes in the mail, you can locate your local postal inspector here.
- Internet Crime Complaint Center
- The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C).
Legitimate and Free Sources
Disclaimer time again. Although I am "recommending" these organizations, I urge you to check them out for yourself before giving them any information. I also want to repeat, I am not affiliated with any of these companies, and I do not earn any money if you decide to sign up with them. I am including them as a service to you and not as a service to myself.
- Mystery Shopping Providers Association
- The place to start if you really want to be a mystery shopper.
- Katie's Hugs
- Katie's Hugs is a great source of work at home information. You'll often see the host of the site warning people away from frauds over at Scam.com under the name Katiescorner.
Links that don't fall into any of the above categories and are included for one reason or another.
- Web Reunited
- A site designed to help people build websites for people and not search engines.