It is good Netiquette to refrain from paying to work from home. Don't pay to work.
Many job postings advertising work from home jobs are scams. A lot ask for money for various reasons. Often they make the work seem easy. They promise large salaries. Generally, it is not what the person expected. They end up spending money instead of earning money. The company earns money by selling you items, publications, and other paraphernalia that does not materialize in a job.
Work from home jobs online do not appear to be legitimate. They fit into the category of, too good to be true. If it were as easy as the advertisements claim everyone would be working from home.
Paying for work is scam because purchasing something requires sales to consumers.
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