There are some companies that will pay home workers to assembly products from home. Often there is an upfront fee to purchase a kit which is generally refunded to you when you send in your first batch of products. Be sure to do your research on any company offering this type of program. To be honest, I find it difficult to find good things said about most of them, but in spirit providing the most information as possible to my readers about working from home, I've created this post.
Things to look for include:
1. Do they buy back the products or do you resell the products in order to make your money?
2. Do they refund the start kit fee? What are the conditions of refund?
3. What are the work quality standards you have to meet and what happens if you do not meet them?
Also do a thorough search online for reports from others who have worked with the company. Find out what they say about payment policy and work quality standards. Some companies have a reputation for rejecting 95% of all assembled products and some products are more difficult to assemble than others.
Here are some companies to get you started:
Disciple's Cross necklaces
Message board on Disciples Cross producers
Another discussion on Disciples Cross
Magical Gift Co. / New England Crafters (NEC)
Forum discussion on Magical Gift Co (NEC)
Message Board Discussion on Tiny Details
Another discussion on Tiny Details
Forum discussion on Capital Crafts
Report on Capital Crafts
My Prayer Rug
Forum discussion on My Prayer Rugs - latch hooking rugs
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