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Haha, my friend posted an ad on craigslist seeking a work at home job.
CyberDan
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banana Haha, my friend posted an ad on craigslist seeking a work at home job.
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This was funny. He posted an ad on craigslist seeking a work at home job and has already got 20 SCAM offers so far!!!

Hahaha. I told him to update the post asking for Company Name and Credentials that can be verified online.

Craigslist is just a bad site that scammers take advantage of people.

chuckle
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RE: Haha, my friend posted an ad on craigslist seeking a work at home job.
CyberDan  Wrote: (11-15-2017 02:02 AM)
This was funny. He posted an ad on craigslist seeking a work at home job and has already got 20 SCAM offers so far!!!

Hahaha. I told him to update the post asking for Company Name and Credentials that can be verified online.

Craigslist is just a bad site that scammers take advantage of people.

chuckle

I got a really cool 6 month contract last year. It was an office job as a translator for a big tech firm in downtown Montreal. The ad I answered was from Craigslist. I guess I got lucky. Jhikpghf
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RE: Haha, my friend posted an ad on craigslist seeking a work at home job.
Most scammers prey on gullible people on craigslist. Make SURE you ask for credentials to verify a company exists first before you accept a job offer.
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RE: Haha, my friend posted an ad on craigslist seeking a work at home job.
CyberDan  Wrote: (11-15-2017 02:02 AM)
This was funny. He posted an ad on craigslist seeking a work at home job and has already got 20 SCAM offers so far!!!

Hahaha. I told him to update the post asking for Company Name and Credentials that can be verified online.

Craigslist is just a bad site that scammers take advantage of people.

chuckle

Send me $5 and a self-addressed stamped envelope and will send you instructions on how to make easy money at home. chuckle

Seriously, I used to run ads like this when I was a teenager in the early 70s and people would actually send me a dollar. It was mostly dumb kids, you could tell by their hand writing. I had other scams going too until my parents caught me and had my post office box closed. chuckle
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