Work at Home United is a relatively new website that promises people an excellent work at home opportunity. According to Work at Home United, they can set you up with your own work at home business, where you can make your own hours without any selling, multi level marketing, or risk.
This opportunity is available to you without a large monetary investment on your part, and, probably the best part, this opportunity is closely affiliated with a Fortune 500 company who is going to give you the basic plan toward making your company successful.
In addition to all the wonderful promises made by Work at Home United that are listed above, they also promise you that the business opportunity you could potentially embark on is all about making the environment better for this and future generations. So not only can you be your own boss and make a good living without selling or investing a lot of your own money, you can also help save the planet.
All Work at Home United needs is your contact information so they can call you and discuss this business opportunity with you in person.
So is Work at Home United a Scam?
Well, Work at Home United isn’t really a scam, since they don’t take any money from you. However, all they really are is an affiliate for Melaleuca, Inc, a company that specializes in selling environmentally friendly products.
I assume that Work at Home United never says on their website that they are promoting Melaleuca, Inc. because then you would simply search Melaleuca in Google, and undoubtedly come up with all sorts of terrible results. This is not because Melaleuca is a bad company, it is simply because any MLM company tends to get tons of bad reviews just for being an MLM.
To be fair, Melaleuca is not a standard MLM company as they don’t “pay” you for recruiting people to sales, instead they give you bonuses and incentives.
The problem with Work at Home United being a front for Melaleuca, Inc, is that to make money with Melaleuca you have to be able to sell their products. While Melaleuca, Inc. is dedicated to environmentally friendly products, their products tend to be expensive, which used to be excusable in the 1980s when finding eco-friendly products was really difficult.
But now, you can just go to the nearest WalMart or Target and pick up Seventh Generation dish soap, Method hand wash, and a variety of other green products for almost the same prices as the regular not eco-friendly brands. This is going to make it extra difficult to convince others that they should their eco-friendly products from you.
However, if this is a business opportunity you’re still interested in, just be aware that it will take lots of time and effort on your part to make any business, including this one, successful. Don’t believe promises of easy money or you’ll be sorely disappointed.