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anniedm89 asked:

I have tried a couple but they didn’t make sense to me. I know they all require some type of investment but i’m not trying to be a millionaire-I just want a couple of hundred a month. Can someone please tell me the most legit and best ones; if there are any!?!?!



Robert D on 19 July, 2009 at 8:43 pm #

Try the SpiderWebMarketing System. You definatly can make a couple hundred bucks in a month if you try hard. Best of all……its free to sign up!!! I have had much success with this program. Best of luck!!! (click link below to sign up)

Rose on 23 July, 2009 at 3:05 am #

I sell AVON – it’s legit, been around for ages, and only $10 to start, which gets you your kit and everything you need for your first 2 campaigns. Watch this video on ABC :
and you can email me if you want more information. They have all kinds of bonuses for your first 4 campaigns, and always run other incentives. I like it because everyone knows AVON so once people know you sell, they ASK for brochures. My regular email is.
I’m now paying for my Land Rover out of my AVON money, so it can be done, and I just made Advanced Unit Leader.

I’ve tried all kinds of other stuff and companies, but for $10 this really is about the best you’ll get, I think.

Good luck


SBCI Club on 24 July, 2009 at 9:59 pm #

try to be encoder/data entry, so many people now are looking of that on the net.. and if you want to start a small business, check out my source and it will help you a lot..

vicseo on 26 July, 2009 at 8:04 am #

If you are an accomplished typist – word processor and have recently visited your local city college or university librarian, you can apply as a “certified” graduate typist, earning between $1.50 to $2.00 per page for a master or doctoral thesis. The librarian will provide you with a sample of the typing template (i.e., margin settings, font selection, page set up, etc.) in order to complete these projects. An average weekend income is about $300-$400 for two days work.

Good luck!

wahmofone on 28 July, 2009 at 1:20 pm #

Hi there,

There is alot of weird stuff out there on the net. Your best bet is to find a solid, legitimate company that has been around for a long time. I am a mom to a 10 month old baby girl and am able to stay home with her b/c of the company I am with and am making a full time income from home. If you aren’t into selling products or throwing parties (neither was I) go with a service based company that offers something that people really need!
Let me know if want more information.
Email me:

KLG on 31 July, 2009 at 12:17 pm #

A home based travel business is something to really consider. If more information is desired, please send a message via the profile page.

Magda N on 2 August, 2009 at 11:03 pm #


I’ve got some suggestions for you..

FREE Online-Marketing-System:



Write Reviews about anything (Restaurants, Hotels, Products, Internet-Sites, etc):

For a normal review, you’ll get $0.40, just couple of sentences
For a good one (400-500 words), you’ll get $2.00

Good Luck.. ^_^

A_frustrated_tenant on 6 August, 2009 at 9:39 am #

I work a home based business that is a great opportunity. Do you like scented candles? Do you want a home based business that you can start for under $50? Then you want to check out being an independent Mia Bella Candle Distributor. You do not have to do home parties. You earn up to 50% commission, and can earn residual income if you are into team building. However unlike many other companies you do not have to sponsor others to make a high commission. I would love to talk to you about this opportunity. You can check out my website. There is a ton of info there. You can also find my contact information.

mlc_business on 8 August, 2009 at 9:26 am #

Have you ever heard of a Virtual Assistant? It is a great work at home business. A Virtual Assistant, or “VA”, is an independent entrepreneur who provides services, virtually (via Internet, email, fax, phone), to businesses that are in need of support. Services provided by VA’s can include word processing, database management, desktop publishing, email management, bookkeeping, web design, marketing – the list can go on and on. The services that you decide to provide is up to you. It is best to provide the services that you are really excel in.

If you have at least 5 years experience in the administrative field or other specialty services you may want to consider becoming a Virtual Assistant.

You asked if anyone has had any success with a home based business. Well, I just started my Virtual Assistant business but I know of many other VA’s that are building a very successful VA business.

I am not going to mislead you though. A business takes a lot of work. You need to have a lot of patience, persistence, and work hard to market your business and also provide great services.

If you do decide to become a VA you should check out this website -. It really helped me to get started with my business. I am still a member and enjoy everything they have to offer.

Good luck to you your search for a great work at home job or business.

MLC Business Solutions

Adam S on 11 August, 2009 at 3:18 pm #

After much failure, I’ve found success in making money online. Finally.

So, I can help you.

I’m an Engineering Student, and I make enough money online doing Freelance Projects to pay for rent and school.

The question is: what kind of skills do you have?? The amount and type of skill you have will determine what kind of work-at-home job she could get.

I found my job through a site that has a big Free, WorldWide list of almost 200 Work At Home services, with reviews included. It’s address is:
(It’s Worldwide.)

There’s links to sites that will pay you for:

Freelance Writing
Taking Digital Photos
Data Entry
Being a Virtual Assistant
Running an Auto-Pilot Home Business
Doing Surveys

The Free list of survey companies there actually has over 100 websites in it. If you are signed up with 100 survey companies; believe me; you’ll have survey offers being thrown at you.

And, they are currently giving away Free Copies of Roboform!! (The form-filling software.) It’s awesome. It will save you up to 80% of the time it takes you to sign up for Work-At-Home jobs online.

So, you can visit there, read the reviews, and decide which way is best for you.

Good luck!

Sherra C on 14 August, 2009 at 2:48 pm #

I just started working from home. There are def. a lot of scams out there. I learned this myself because I spent countless hours researching. I even tried a few and ran into nothing but dead ends. Finally, I recently found this company that I am amazed with my earning potential. I am a college student and this is how I have been paying all my bills.

I was always skeptic of work from home jobs but this company has been working for me. I believe that it’s all about getting what you give so, if you’re willing to put in the time to work, you will see rewards. The check is guaranteed. I have never had a problem with them. You can check out my site which explains everything I do.

Oh, always remember that legitimate work from home jobs should never cost a thing. Signup should be free. You should just work and get paid for your work. That’s how it should be. Good luck in finding the right work from home job for you.

Ron on 15 August, 2009 at 10:34 am #

Hi – I have to admit there is so much junk out there it’s really pathetic and I feel so bad for so many people including my wife… but since being scammed so many times she kept at it and about 2 months ago found a really good site she likes… they have different options such as a company that has been around a long time that offers many different sources of good work at home services which she has joined and has made about $325 last month and so far this month about $200… grant you it’s not a great deal of money but she’s thrilled to finally find one that is legit and pays for work completed. They also offer a course that looks pretty cool that I opted in for that is free for the first 6 or 8 segments… I’m on #2 and I think it’s good so far if it continues as such I’ll join the paid option which looks to be very cool… but being the skeptic that I am I wait to finish the free part first. One of the many options they have there in a home business in home care and nutritional products but the pay plan to me is a bit over the top and I can’t figure out how they can pay out so much commission but again being burned so many times I’m always very skeptical to say the least. Over all the main site has many options and it seems this site is legit so far but I’ll know more very soon.

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