Scam Alert: Home-Based Search Engine Company

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I do my best to screen all the work at home jobs I highlight on Work at Home Mom Revolution, and I am always hesitant to share a home-based job lead if I’m not familiar with the company.  I always do research on the Internet prior to posting an opportunity, and if I see anything at all fishy, I will not share it with my readers.

However, it looks like one may have slipped past my radar – the Liberty Workers opportunity I shared last week. Miranda at Work at Home Adventures has been contacted by a reader who claims to have been scammed by the company.

Sadly, although I do my best to research companies to be sure they are legitimate, one will slip past me every now and then. This appears to be the case with Liberty Workers. That is why I state in my disclaimer that it is ultimately up to you to do your own due diligence.

I can’t tell you how upset I am that this one got by me. If you applied for the Liberty Workers position, I suggest you report your experience to the Federal Trade Commission. You can start your claim report on the FTC website.

I also suggest you alert credit agencies to protect your credit. You can do so at this website.

Again, I am deeply sorry for sharing a job which now appears to be a scam. I urge you to always do your own due diligence, especially before sharing your Social Security number or banking information with a company.

Thanks to Miranda Grimm at Work at Home Adventures for alerting me to this scam. You can read her article here.

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