Most are probably scams but my brother assemles fishing lures at home for a local company. That isn't a scam. Maybe you could look for a business near you that would be interested in paying you to assemle from home.
Most of them are scams and you will never be paid for your hard work.Well why you are not entering the affiliate marketing world? Just choose a network like clickbank,select the best converting product,promote it well,make sales and make money.
You'd be better off making your own crafts and selling them on eBay, Etsy, eCrater or setting up your own site. I highly recommend Etsy, especially if you are into crafts. Keep in mind you probably won't be making a living but it might be good and rewarding side income.
Home Assembly jobs are often going to be scams because if you think about it from a business point of view it would cost them more money to hire you, ship the materials, ship to their customers than it would to hire local labor in their warehouse.
The only one I have ever heard of that was legit is New England Crafters. Some women over at the WAHM forum say they do make money from it. You have to pay for a kit upfront, do some samples, and once approved they send you the materials and you make a batch and send it in.
Supposedly they have some success with it. I don't know personally. I don't have the time for things like that but that is the only one I've heard spoken of in a positive light. The rest were all scams.
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