Work-At-Home Job Scams Thrive On Economic Trouble

June 29, 2010  |  

(USA Today) — Work-at-home opportunities were supposed to help Chester Mazzoni, Susan Reid and Terry Yeast make ends meet. The only one who made money was Mazzoni — and that stopped when a court-appointed receiver shut him down. He used a work-at-home medical billing scam, EDI Healthclaims Network, to help fund his other businesses by persuading thousands of people to pay up to $6,000 for training and materials to start allegedly lucrative businesses.

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