Hopefully you are reading this article because you are thinking about, or looking for a way to work from home stuffing envelopes.
I’m sorry to inform you this work doesn’t really exist, at least not in the way you think it does.
The webpages and companies advertising this type of work paint the picture that you would be performing a service for a company stuffing envelopes for them. This is crazy. What company would entrust complete strangers with potentially sensitive or personal information about their customers or whatever?
I used to fix machines that do this exact job. Pitney Bowes and Francotyp Postalia among other companies make machines that do this work extremely quickly. Much faster than any human could do. So do you really think a company is gonna pay someone a decent wage in order to do something that a machine can do much quicker and cheaper?
So perhaps you are wondering what this work really is all about? This is by no means a legit no fee work from home for free job. You will have to pay some sort of a fee in order to do it. Some say it’s a fee to have access to a list of companies that want this service, or the fee is to weed out the people who aren’t serious about the opportunity.
Bottom line is the fee is what feeds the program. Sure there are very likely people out there who do actually make money with these envelope stuffing companies. The money they are making however is just from getting other people to buy into the same program. Where does the stuffing of envelopes come into the equation you may ask? Very likely it is just one of the ways in which they market the idea. You can mail postcards or envelopes with the info about this “work from home job” in hopes that others will buy into it and repeat the process thereby making you money via an MLM or Pyramid type compensation system.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure it is possible to make money working from home doing this envelope stuffing business. However, just realize you aren’t providing a service for companies who need help with their mailings. You are just promoting the very same opportunity you have bought into in hopes that others will do the same and make you money along the way. If you are clear about that and still think it is a decent or potential home based business then by all means give it a try. Just be careful about giving credit card details away as that could come back to bite you in the butt. Try to use paypal to pay the fee as it’s much safer.
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