Home working scam warning as son targeted on social media | Personal Finance | Finance
Answer: “This sounds like a home-working scam. Be cautious of unsolicited offers to make easy money.
“These offers to make easy money usually start by asking you to set up your own business by working from your own home. The criminal will make you pay an advance fee, like the £79.99.
“They will then send you the work to do, which could be for example assembling things.
“However, no matter how well you do the job, they will always avoid paying you for the work you’ve done, make you buy worthless products or make you sign up others to the scheme before you’re paid.
“We suggest that he definitely doesn’t respond, report it to the social media platform and report this scam to Action Fraud.”
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