- The "job" is actually a money-making scheme and doesn't provide actual employment.
- The work-at-home scheme claims that you can make lots of money with little effort and no experience.
- You have to pay money upfront in order to be considered for the job or receive more information.
- The exact same tweet touting the program is posted by many different Twitterers. The links in such tweets could lead you to scam sites or install malware onto your computer.
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