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Subject: Cybersecretaries . 
Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 07:16:10 . 
To Whom It May Concern:. 
Looking at your home-based opportunities, I found Cybersecretaries listed as an opporutnity for transcriptionists. Be aware that this company is not all that its cracked up to be. After spending over $200 to get all the equipment/software needed and working approximately 40 hours a week for two weeks (not to mention about 10 hours "training"), this company has absolutely refused to pay me! I have been forced to contact an attorney in Texas where they are based. I have heard that this has happened to many others and am in the process of finding out who else has worked for them and did not receive compensation.. 
Judy L. Steinbrink. 
P.S. If you know of or hear of any other individuals who Cybersecretaries has refused to compensate, please have them contact me. Thank you.


Hello everyone, Just a reminder, if any employer requests money to work at home doing any kind of job, such as, data entry, typing, etc., TOSS the email. NEVER pay to for a work @ home job. Business opportunities are different and do require a start up like Tupperware, Avon and so on. Business opportunities are fine as long as it is a good company. I don't know if you all know but NHES is the BIGGEST online scam artist. They take your $30 and do NOT give you anything in return and will NOT refund your money. They even have been known to double or even triple charge your bank account. Vicki, one of my newsletter subscribers brought this to my attention. Thanks Vicki!!! Their newest ad is all over the internet right now and was posted in my newsletter a few issues back. You can view all the NHES info I have. Remember, you NEVER need to pay for a work @ home job. If companies require a fee to work for them, then I would just toss the email. Real work @ home jobs, NEVER require a fee. If ever you have a question about an ad, please email me the ad and I will let you know what I think. Basically, if the job charges a fee, toss it. I really don't know if NHES is going to use another email address or website address in the future when they realize everyone knows its them. Just use precaution when considering any job. Take care, Stacy


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