They always have charged a fee. They are not a company hiring people to work at home, their site is a job board that posts hundreds of work at home/flexible jobs every day that you can browse, and it’s not free to access. They work with a ton of legit employers to find candidates, and the reason they charge a subscription fee is because they do not use advertisements on their site for making money like many other websites.

In addition to the answers posted here which are mostly the usual freelance markets that are popular, you can also find leads for work at home jobs through professional builder sites like LinkedIn and even through actual job search sites like Monster, etc. There are also job postings through social media sites like Facebook (particularly groups) and even ad sites like Craigslist. You just have to filter the posts in order to find out which ones are legitimate from those which are not.
Are you looking for a work at home job but happen to live outside the United States?  Maybe you are wondering if there are any companies that will even hire in your country.  Although it seems that the majority of the companies hire people to work from home in the US, you may be surprised to find out some employers recruit and even specify remote workers who live outside the US.
Whether you’re simply crossing the border to Canada or Mexico, or heading to Europe, Asia or elsewhere around the globe, the best credit cards for international travel are accepted nearly everywhere and do not charge foreign currency transaction fees—sometimes called FX fees. Even better, some offer 24/7 international concierge service. Here are our picks—all require excellent credit:
I am a teacher and social media administrator for Magic Ears! We are an online ESL company based in Beijing, China! We pay all new teachers $22 an hour after bonuses for arriving to the first class of the day early and having at least 60 slots open for availability each month. We are hiring North American Native English speakers that have an ESOL cert + 8+ months online ESL teaching experience OR 2 years online experience or 5 years offline experience.
Because these small charges can add up quickly, you will probably want to withdraw larger amounts than you might normally do at home — so be sure you have a safe, well-concealed place to keep your cash. (See Money Safety Tips for Travelers for more.) When deciding how much to withdraw, try to choose an uneven amount (180 euros rather than 200, for instance) so you don’t wind up with huge bills that you’ll have trouble breaking.
Thank you for the response. I’ve been looking into a lot of them and most pan out as scams or “front Companies” that either have been shut down or have horrible reviews(if any). If I happen to find a legit one…. I’ll let you know so that you can offer this info to anyone else that are interested in this type of work. One that I found as a verified scam is “tiny details”, which has changed their name to “Artisan Miniatures”.
Hello this is a great list, however if you do not have proven experience in office work or a college degree, most will not hire you, i have tried for month and even so i am as computer savy and office work accomplished as most , i have not worked in an office before and so do not get hired. On the surveys i have tried every single one out there and exept for one they are all a scam as they will run you through about 30 minutes of answering questions and then decide you do not Qualify, that is unless you wish to do a hour long survey and get paid 25cents. Pine cone research is the only one that has ever worked for me, qualify for every survey they send and get paid 3 dollars via pay pal every time, no waiting no minimum pay out. The other proplem i found with at home work also this hold true with going out to work as well is, when you over 50 NOBODY wants you.
Note:  Nearly all of these programs require an upfront investment for purchasing your initial inventory. They’re not our first choice when it comes to work from home jobs for this reason alone. We don’t like seeing users getting stuck with thousands of dollars in inventory only to realize they’re trying to offload their LuLaRoe into already saturated markets.
Teaching and tutoring is a very popular way to earn for international folks. You can actually earn a living if you're good at what you do and can actually find a company that pays well. If you want to know more about teaching and tutoring jobs, check out the best free tutoring work at home jobs guide. Anyway, here are a few examples of international work at home tutoring and teaching jobs.
It takes an inordinately long time to collect enough points to get even a 5$ gift card, let alone 5$ in paypal… there are other sites that pay out way better. You’d honestly be better off collecting cans and recycling them for change rather than using swagbucks. I’ve tried using it for months now and I’ve had nothing but problems— not receiving points after watching tons of really bad videos/clips, not receiving points after completing a survey (or being told i was “screened out” of a survey AFTER i had a message saying it was complete!) Their customer service is terrible. It might work well for people who shop online a lot, but if you already don’t have any money in the first place, it is not very useful (half the things on there just redirect you to places where you have to sign up, give personal information, a lot of them ask for CREDIT CARD NUMBERS…beware!)
Online International Jobs are a perfect way to begin a professional online career. These positions will assist you in establishing a solid resume. You can also enjoy more flexibility in your personal work scheduling. It is easy to begin a career with an international online job. Review the complete listing of available international online jobs below.
Some folks are just too busy to handle a few daily errands or commitments like answering emails, scheduling appointments or even making calls. So they hire virtual assistants to do that instead. Sadly, we couldn't find a good number of international virtual assistant work at home jobs. I'll be sure to keep you posted when anything comes up. But there's one very popular one you can check out.
Transcriptions n’ Translations provides transcription and translation services to the entertainment industry. You can work as one of the company’s transcribers. There’s not much information available about this position, so it’s unclear how much the company pays. But, if you’re interested in transcribing stuff for the company, then apply for a position.

Virtual assistants, commonly referred to as VAs, come in all shapes and sizes. Many companies will hire VAs if they are looking for help with online administrative tasks (email, calendar management, data entry, etc), but don’t necessarily want to hire a full time employee just yet. They’re the perfect work from home job for busy people that may need to drop their work at a moments notice, or have very sporadic availability.
Holly fell into freelance writing on a whim. She submitted several pitches for guest posts and ended up landing a few clients. After roughly 6 months of freelancing on the side, she was making enough money to replace her income and work at home full-time. Now, she makes over $200,000 a year from writing alone. Not bad for a home-based business, eh?
I am regularly asked for recommendations on worldwide work from home jobs available outside the US. The problem is with so many online scams you have to be careful to only find trustworthy sites that actually pay. As a result, I have put together a list of worldwide jobs and gigs allowing you to work from anywhere no matter where you are located. I will add to this list as I come across more sites that I trust.
E-TRADE Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: ETFC) has a checking account with unlimited domestic ATM fee refunds, regardless of the account balance. There are no monthly account fees. Features include online bill pay, a free Visa debit card, unlimited transactions and the first order of checks. E-Trade operates a very limited branch office network throughout the United States.

Or you could just open an account with Fidelity and keep a minimum balance of $1000 in one of their debit cards. I don’t believe there’s any reason for a credit check (after all, it’s just a savings acccount). Been using this for years and never a charge either domestic or abroad. Since I’m in Thailand right now, all the banks charge 150 baht, so I save $5 with every transaction.
LiveOps.com: Virtual call center offering home-based agents in the United States contract opportunities in sales, insurance sales, insurance claims, customer service, healthcare and roadside service. Most client companies require applicants to undergo a comprehensive background and credit check that typically costs $65. Independent agents will also need to meet technical requirements including the installation and maintenance of a dedicated landline telephone only to be used for LiveOps work.
The company offers transcription of short audio files, such as voicemails and dictated notes, by hiring work-at-home transcribers. Quicktate pays $.0025USD per word, and iDictate and Quicktakes medical transcription work pay $.0050USD per word via PayPal. Successful Quicktate transcriptionists may receive work from iDictate, which transcribes a wider range of longer documents. Bilingual, particularly Spanish and English, transcribers needed, but other languages such as French, Italian, German, Chinese, Farsi, Portuguese, and Japanese are desired as well.
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