Work at Home Assembly Jobs Fraudulent Scams or Real Opportunity’s

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Work at Home Assembly Jobs

Many viewers have asked me about work at home assembly jobs, where to look and are they real. The answer is yes and no, let me explain! Because of the many scams over the years, when a legit opportunity opens up, they are grabbed fast and not widely advertised. But with a little caution and lots of research you can do work at home assembly!


What Company Would Need Work at Home Assembly Workers?

Sounds self-explanatory, but I will try to explain a little deeper on the subject “working from home assembling products” for others! Some companies need real help with their product assembly that might be permanent or just short term as with a promotional product giveaway.

My friend’s dad assembled dog leashes part time for a dog food company, a promotional play naturally! He did this for about two years, so I know the job was legitimate and the agreement satisfactory to both parties.

 Work at home assembly would be like any job, is your time worth the effort? I will point out some tips later to help you stay clear from work at home assembly SCAMS. That’s my whole experience on the topic; the rest is just our research, so you have a better starting point.


Safeguards When Looking for Work at HomeAassembly Jobs

I was hesitant about writing about this topic because of the dangerous scams on home assembly. With anything before you send money or make a decision DO YOUR HOMEWORK. The old saying if it sounds too good to be true, it’s probably a scam. Big money for little or no work is a red flag!

On the other hand, to be fair, with some legit work at home assembly jobs QUALITY & DETAIL is a must. If you would not buy it, nobody else will too. So if you’re like me all thumbs and fall short in that regard, work at home job assembling may not be for you! It’s all about working hard and getting ahead, not going backward with sick people and scammers!


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15 Safeguard Checks with any Work at Home Opportunity

  1. Again do your homework on the company
  2. How long have they been in business?
  3. Look for reviews online
  4. Do they have a real address or p.o box?
  5. Can you contact a real person?
  6. How much cost upfront?
  7. Does the offer sound too good (little work for big money)
  8. Check BBB (better business bureau)
  9. Ask friends and family for advice
  10. Do not give credit card or bank account information
  11. Not fully explain work details
  12. Hide behind fake testimonials
  13. Talk more about the dream than actual job
  14. Have any complaints check FTC
  15. Try BBB Scam Tracker link 


Some Work at Home Assembly Jobs

  • Sewing anything from bears, baby bibs to angels
  • Cutting and gluing crafts
  • Jewelry assembly beaded necklaces & bracelets
  • Bookmarks
  • Dollhouse
  • Wood product assembly
  • Hair ties
  • Refrigerator magnets
  • Coasters
  • Gift cards
  • Door Hangers
  • keychains
  • Bald eagle plaques
  • door knob covers
  • Hair caps
  • Wooden boxes
  • Dino dinosaurs
  • Candle Making
  • Electrical outlet covers

As you can see if someone can dream an idea you could be asked to assemble that for them. Be careful, do your homework and do not get sucked into something that sounds like easy money for nothing – that theme does not exist trust me.

I have been researching ways to make money online and off for five years now and have run into many fraudulent schemes. Ok, let’s move on with work at home assembly jobs and finding the gems, not the duds!

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Assembly Home Job Links

Here are some links around the web that offer even more links or information if you are trying to land a work from home job and assemble products!

  1. AssembleAndEarn
  2. Easy work-Great pay
  3. TinyDetails
  4. Angelfire
  5. AmericanHomeCrafts
  6. Disciples Cross
  7. Jobslistcah


That about concludes my work at home doing assembly, good luck looking for those top home job opportunities. Here is a great site to find more work at home jobs  ” The Work at Home Woman.”

As always if this information was of some help and might help others not get scammed, please share we do not mind!

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Aircraft Technician by Day – Blogger by Night! Just your average daddy raising two awesome girls, providing Job Links, Resources, Ideas, Tips & Tools for Bloggers & Freelancers! By Helping others, we keep learning too!