Homepreneurs often posts leads to work from home jobs but we can’t always verify whether these are legitimate. Recently, we posted a lead for virtual jurors or eJuries. Homepreneurs signed up for this option to see if we’d be asked to serve on an eJury.
* 10-17-12 update:
Here is proof of payment:
Just thought you’d like to know eJury, L.L.C. sent you $6.00 USD.
Note from eJury, L.L.C.:
Thank you for your participation in Case No. 0818. We value your opinion and hope you enjoyed the experience.
Case No. 0818
This was my second payment in a week. Not much, but every bit helps.
I’m pleased to say Homepreneurs received a notification yesterday asking for us to serve on a virtual jury, read a case, and render a verdict. While not one of the 50 selected to serve, we believe this is a legitimate work from home job. And today – 10-8-12 – I was called again, served this time, and I’ll get paid for my time! See below for details of in the email:
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