Are there any genuine online jobs, who don't charge us any fees?

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How far are online jobs/work at home jobs genuine. Why they should charge fees for allowing us to undertake their work online. When they are willing to pay us, for doing their work online, what is the logic in collecting a fees. Are there any genuine online jobs, who don't charge us any fees?

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  • Profile picture of the author newxxx
    1) i think you should put pictures of yourself on your webpage, so people will know that you are a real person

    2) i think you should list your web skills - what you are good at doing

    3) you can set up a fiverr account and offer jobs through fiverr

    4) you can become a virtual assistant and earn $8-$10 an hour with good online skills

    5) if you have a fast computer connection, you can offer services uploading videos and photos

    7) you can ask gurus here to help you

    8) you can google "free online jobs" for free job offerings
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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by newxxx View Post

      1) i think you should put pictures of yourself on your webpage, so people will know that you are a real person.
      How does putting a picture on your website "prove you are a real person?"

      All that proves is that you know how to upload a picture to your website.

      Oh, I get it. No one ever lies on the Internet and every picture you see of 'the team' is for real.

      Think about what you are saying. lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Corey Geer
    The sites or "opportunities" that charge fees aren't real jobs. They're usually just multi-level marketing garbage or independently ran websites that will send you some list they scraped for free. Don't ever pay for any kind of remote job. Remote jobs are real but the requirements usually mimic the real job requirements you'd face in person.

    You aren't talking to a real company if they're asking you to pay.
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  • Profile picture of the author ctrlaltdelete
    Ah, you must mean those pyramid scheme folks. You would do good not to trust them.

    There is plenty of work to be found online, OP. You need to be careful of where you look. Try looking here or on Freelancer, Fiverr, Upwork, etc., or on job sites that cater to your nationality (ex. Philippines has Onlinejobsph). You increase your chances of landing a real job with a legitimate employer. Just don't buy into those "get rich quick" type of ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author rowdys
    there are.. but not in all niches, depends on which niche you are looking for online job.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
    This site gives information on online jobs:

    https://ratracerebellion.com/

    These are actual jobs, not online business ops or freelance gigs.

    Rose
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  • Don't know about online "jobs", but you could consider delivering pizzas. (?!!?) At least you get paid same day. If you deliver at night time... expect $100 in tips per night - for a 6 hr shift.
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