O beautiful for spacious skies,
For amber waves of grain;
For purple mountain majesties,
Above the fruited plain!
God shed His grace on thee,
And crown thy good
From sea to shining sea.
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I am making a major change for my web site First of all I wish to thank each of you for visiting my site which I developed for Monteagle and the surrounding area. Certain events have occured that I feel should be addressed. Please bear with me as this site is changed.
WARNING Paul Schledgel has just flagged 14 "Work From Home" sites to stay away from. I suggest you follow his recommendatons. My link to Paul and other warnings about Internet scams has been removed. Only content on this page is to be relied on. <email@example.com> is still active.
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Is the dream of working from home by Internet a reality?
The answer is "YES", but you will not likely find it in a Spam message, or a piggy-back proposal that flopps onto your computer screen. I have no control over ISP ads.
Virtually 100% of those offers are bogus. If you are trully desireous of finding an honest-to-goodness workable
"Work From Home" opportunity. e-mail me at
Tell others that may need a paycheck.
Up Date on the $4,000
You remember the Monteagle housewife that claimed to make $4,000 by using her computer at home. You also will remember that I cautioned it was all a scam on this web site. She did not live in Monteagle or any other place. She and the money was only the figment of immagination.
I now have the Federal Trade Commission report that you can reference yourself. David Vladeck, director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protectiom recently stated that ". . . almost four million consumers" fell prey to the lure of making money from work-at-home with such programs.
One of the largest was a group of ten individuals in charge of 51 'shell' companies. It is estimated that loss to consumers at millions of dollars.
in Jeremy Johnson and My Credit Card
This link offers some excellent advice - use with caution!