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Make Money Doing Home Assembly

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by skylimit, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. skylimit

    skylimit Junior Member

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    I had never heard about home assembly, but I did some research on the web and came up with a few assembly companies that were all registered with the BBB. There are some companies that are paying up to $500 per week. If you want to make make more than that then join more than one company. All of you internet marketers know how much investing it takes to make just a little amount of money. This method is so that you don't have to get a real job with the drug testing, office politics, wasted gas, not to mention that you could get fired at any time! This is very legitimate work, if you complete the work correctly and send the package back, you will get paid in 3-7 days.

    Some of these companies pay for shipping and some to not. But it does cost money to join these companies, most of them are around $30-50. But the good thing is that they will refund it, they just don't want you to take their product and leave them in the dust. You do also have to buy some some glue for some of the products, but they reimburse you on your paycheck.

    I have researched these for the past week, and now I am going to join a few companies myself. This is not the answer to getting rich, but you can definitely make $2000 a month if you put in the effort. Here are the companies that I have found. I am not an affiliate of these companies, I am just simply trying to help anyone who needs extra money in the internet marketing game.

    The assembly projects are for men and women, I will incorporate guy assembly projects also...

    Artisan Corporation of America
    (Make Beaded Jewelry) Make $350 by producing 50 pairs of earnings.

    Valerie's Hattery Inc
    (Bookmarks) They will pay you $10 for every 40 bookmarks.

    New England Crafters & The Magical Gift Co.
    (CD Cases, Magnets, Paint Boxes) They pay $50-100 for one unit depending on the project.

    The Gift Wrap Company
    (Make Water Colored Gift Wraps) When you make 50 sheets you will make $375 per week.

    Wine Keepers
    (Beaded Wine Keepers) You will make $2.00 on every completed wine keeper, its only like 15-20 beads per keeper.

    Cottage Industries
    (Assemble Jewelry Boxes) Put together 100 jewelry boxes and make $500 per week.

    Simple Knots Inc.
    (Bracelets) They will pay you $100 for 33 sucessfully completed bracelets.

    These companies all have easy to follow instructions they say, no experience is necessary for these. You guy will have to look these up on google.

    Hope this helps
     
  2. dvdlvdy

    dvdlvdy Registered Member

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    As far as I'm concerned home assembly is a big fat scam! You pay their "fees" they send you crap then you never hear from them again.. I learned that the hard way years ago when I was 18... Assembly jobs are VERY rare.. In fact I only heard of 1 legit one and that was a local auto company needing small assembly work...

    SCAM.. be careful with that crap and don't be to quick to send your money


    I wish I had took a pic of the crap some "assembly job" sent me.. It was looked like a kiddie project you would do in elementary school... " a reindeer pencil holder" and it cost me almost 50 bucks so they could see a "sample" of my work.. Needless to say I never did receive anything back from them... OLDEST TRICK IN THE BOOK
     
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  3. jetti789

    jetti789 Junior Member

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    Here's how the scam works.

    They sell you all the material and you assemble it and then you send it back to them and they say it does not meet our standards. So they don't pay you.

    This is a really old scam. Why would they pay someone so much money to assemble these things. The cost would be incredible and they would not make any money.

    They make money by getting you to buy their materials/kit.
     
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  4. dvdlvdy

    dvdlvdy Registered Member

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    yes exactly ty :)
     
  5. whodi

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    Red Flags should rise whenever a "Job" needs you to pay money before they pay you....
     
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    cheaplaser Junior Member

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    big scam
     
  7. Dynastic

    Dynastic Registered Member

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    Everyone is right, I almost got sucked in to home assembly awhile back. Not sure if its a scam or not...
    Best of luck!
     
  8. skylimit

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    It just takes one of these stupid companies to leave a bad taste in someones mouth. It is true that their are a lot of assembly scams out there, but these companies have all been listed with the Better Business Bureau. Besides, some of these are so simple to do, you would have to be an idiot to mess them up. This is the most legitimate work I have found so far, aside from those ridiculous start up home business scams. And it's not like they are giving out all of this money, you have to put in many hours just like a normal job. They need assembly people in the US because it costs too much to ship overseas. They also can afford to pay people hundreds per month because they don't have a large overhead (office space, employees). They do not have to pay federal income taxes, social security withholding's, unemployment fees, and a state income tax to name a few.
     
  9. zapprentice

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    try one out, post a thread about your experience.

    at this point all youve done is "research".

    not that im ragging on you but research is a far cry from reality on the internet.
     
  10. skylimit

    skylimit Junior Member

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    I am buying into one of these on Monday and I will keep people updated on my experience. But it seems pretty straight forward to me. If people can follow directions then their should not be any reason a person could not make money.
     
  11. jetti789

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    Here is a quote from Valerie's Hattery FAQ page

    [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica]6.) Can home assembly be considered a job? No! Never! Home assembly is simply a fun hobby, nothing more! Sorry.[/FONT]

    I would suggest you check these companies out carefully
     
  12. sandchica

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    I would advise not sending any money to these types of con artists. They prey on people who are looking for a way to make money while staying home with their families and basically steal their money. This has been going on for a very very long time and it is indeed a scam. I fell into this stuff about 20 years ago and worked like crazy to make 100 hand braided bracelets. They accepted 3 of them, paid me my couple bucks (although it cost me $20 for the instructions and training.) and sent the rest of them back to me saying they were faulty. The problem with that is I used to make macrame plant hangers for local plant shops and I can guarantee they all done correctly.

    Everyone here who is advising against this is not just blowing smoke, why would they bother. If you really wanted to make money in assembly, hire someone to make stuff for you then sell it.
     
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    Yes it's a scam and its been around for years. One of my favorites is "Get Paid To Stuff Envelopes"
     
  14. skylimit

    skylimit Junior Member

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    I think I am starting to figure this scam out piece by piece. These websites that I go to all seem to be the same. One thing is for certain, I don't want some airhead to be in charge of my paycheck. This one company said on the phone that they will send your crap back for you to fix. I hope they charge me for shipping:)
     
  15. BozoClown

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    If it were legit and lucrative, they would set up shop, hire local to cut costs. It would be a win win for everybody.
     
  16. MrDoru

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    hey guys. I live in Romania. Labor is quite cheap here, for example for $300 some people will work their ass off 8h/day. So if any of you guys find an offer that is not a SCAM, PM me and maybe we can work something out. :)
     
  17. prittykitty

    prittykitty Newbie

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    I've tried a couple of these and they never paid! Most of the time my product was just as good or sometimes better than the example that they send you and they always came back as unsatisfactory! Whatever you decide to do, just try not to get your hopes up too much.
     
  18. skylimit

    skylimit Junior Member

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    Hi PrittyKitty,

    You are the second person that said that they would more than likely send back the product even if the items were completed successfully. And if you have tried the businesses listed above, then this whole thing is a complete scam. I'm sure glad I am in BH, you guys will save me much money.