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Stuffing Envelopes at Home?

I am just inquiring if anyone out there has researched or has stuffed envelopes at home. Thinking of doing so for extra income. Any advice?

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October 6, 20171 found this helpful

A friend of mine tried this and it was a scam. She never made any money at all. I would definitely research the company and get a clear answer on when and how you will be paid and do not whatsoever invest in any kits or business opportunities they may offer you to get started.

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