There’s a lot of work from home advertisements out there. I’m sure if you search on the web you’ll pull up plenty. It can be hard determining which work from home opportunities are legitimate and which ones are scams. One day, while surfing the web, I came across this website called FabJobs.com. It advertises the ability to work from home doing the career you’ve always dreamed about. The curiosity of another work from home scam drove me to look more into these FabJob Guides. The more I researched and looked into what they were selling, the more I came into the realization that these FabJob Guides could be legitimate.
FabJobs Guides are detailed books describing how to start a certain business. For example they have a book called FabJob Guide to becoming an Image Consultant. This guide entails information on doing just that, becoming an image consultant. The books are written by knowledgeable people in that specific field. The FabJob Guides also include a CD-ROM with sample business forms formatted for your guide.
FabJobs is a company that was started by two sisters, Tag and Catherine Goulet in 1999, who wanted to aim at helping people break into their “dream careers”. There are over 120 different ebooks and paper back books describing how to “break into” anything from becoming a book publisher to being a professional organizer. From what I have read, these FabJob guides allow people to do just what that creators intended, to start their own “dream careers”. Many are jobs that you can easily work from home.
Now you maybe asking yourself, all of this information sounds great but what’s the catch to these FabJob Guides. Well I searched the web, researching for any hints of another work from home scam. I looked high and low for any complaints and “red flags”. I never found any. Quite the contrary I found that FabJob Guides were accredited by the BBB (Better Business Bureau). So here’s the catch, these are just guides to help you start the business you’ve always wanted, allowing you to possibly work from home. These dream “fabjobs” are not something that’s going to be given to you on a silver platter. Like anything in life, you got to put the time and effort into it.
So these FabJob Guides appears to be nothing more than a bunch of books selling dreams to those who thought it wasn’t possible. I would recommend trying it out. There’s nothing wrong with reading a guide that will give you ample of information on that business you’ve always wanted to start but never thought possible or perhaps you’ll get a business idea that will enable you to work from home.