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Are envelope stuffing jobs legitimate?

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Stuffing envelopes is not a legitimate work-from-home job. Classified ads seeking envelope stuffers are not advertising a job. These ads are deceptive in that they appear to be job listings, but in reality they are requests for money in exchange for instructions on placing ads or ordering starter kits.

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While stuffing envelopes is not a legitimate job, there are many approved work-from-home opportunities. Web developers and Web designers often do freelance work from the comfort of their homes. Call center representatives and virtual assistants are other common telecommuting positions. As of 2015, 3.7 million employees work from home at least half of the time.

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