Work-at-home assembly jobs typically make many promises that appeal to people who need to work from home. Unfortunately, these promises have often proven to be empty. It is unlikely there are legitimate work-at-home assembly jobs that have no fee.
Work-at-home assembly jobs promise good money in exchange for goods produced in a worker's home. The companies running these jobs ask individuals to send in a fee in exchange for the material to make the requested products and the instructions to do so. However, when an individual sends in the completed products, a company often finds the product isn't made to its standards. Essentially, the company makes money from the individual making the product as opposed to from the products themselves.