Cindy, last I'd heard folks like the FTC were all basically singing the same song on this:
EVERYPLACE that ADVERTISES "Work from Home...Make Money" is a scam or a fraud.
The companies that legitimately hire teleworkers of one kind or another are few and far between. IIRC JetBlue hires reservations agents that work out of their homes--but you need experience, and often specifically a landline phone
, no crackly connections need apply.
The folks who are established and experienced programmers, etc., who can co-incidentally telecomute? They're still a minority. It is way easier to get suckered by the scammers than to find a legitimate "work from home" offer.
Run like all hell if they ask for money
up front. Have no doubts about that.