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I got an email about an idea to be in the credit card processing business. What do you guys think?

Have any of you had experience in this idea or know someone that has? Give me some feedback please. I am trying to some homework on some of the various at home business ideas for extra income.

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5 Responses to “I got an email about an idea to be in the credit card processing business. What do you guys think?”

  1. Christy said:

    Did they ask your for any money? I work from home and it took me lots of wasted money before I found something legit. I know there are a few companies that hire for credit card processing but very few.

    Please be sure to check them out and if they require you to pay anything for software….Don’t do it!!

    Good luck,
    Christy

  2. barbarainholland said:

    Home businessess make one person happy, the person who got you into it. You may find companies who will let you do something from your home, but these companies need to be contacted right in your own hometown. I used to stuff envelopes with billing from the local auto store. My daughter sells candles, and makes good money. But getting an email tells you one thing; it is a racket. Never, never, never answer any email sent to you unless you know the person. You are opening yourself up to losing your time, energy, and money. Be aware of scams.
    Call your Better Business Bureau with their name, or google Dangers of working from the home, and read up on this scam.

  3. pinwheelbandit said:

    I don’t think it’s legal for an individual to process credit cards from home. Even if you have a website that accepts credit cards it’s really hard to get that authorization and you have to go through a third party.

  4. Joseph J said:

    E-mail offers are almost always a bad deal. These have the potential to be huge scams, simply because they put them out to thousands of people at no cost, and they depend on someone gullible picking up on the teaser.

    If you reply, then look at them very, very carefully, and keep your antennas up all the time. If they ask for any money up front, drop them without hesitation and without remorse. At first blush, I’d say don’t reply — and mark it as spam to your e-mail provider.

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