Beware of Work-at-Home Schemes That Promise Internet Riches

Work at home scheme promises riches
Work at home scheme promises riches

It sounds appealing, doesn't it? Set up your own Internet business, and make money from home. And you'll only have to pay $1,200 to $1,700 to learn how to do it.

Unfortunately, some offers are just to be good to be true. That's why Boise, Idaho-based Accelerated Mentoring, a company that sells Internet-based training, software and personal coaching to help consumers establish e-commerce businesses, recently entered into a settlement agreement that requires the company to change its business practices, Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden said in a statement.