Home sewing assembly jobs

Looking for legitimate work-at-home assembly jobs can be an uphill battle because of the number of scams out there. That being said, there are plenty of legitimate home assembly opportunities. Knowing more about some of the legitimate assembly jobs will help you decide which is best suited for you.

New England Crafters

This company has a list of projects for which it needs home assemblers. The projects range from simple glue gun crafts to things that require sewing. To get started with New England Crafters, you must buy a training kit. Complete the crafts in the training kit and return them to NEC. The company inspects your work and pays you for any crafts that meet the guidelines. Any that do not are sent back to you with a critique so you can fix them. After approval of your training kit, your project supplies are sent to you free of charge. New England Crafters is also called the Magical Gift Co.

Disciple's Cross

Former "Survivor" contestant Pastor John Raymond started Disciple's Cross. The program teaches you how to make cross necklaces and sell them on your own or back to Disciple's Cross. Backed by a 30-day money-back guarantee, the starter kit costs about £45. Once you make and have eight units accepted, Disciple's Cross reimburses you for the cost of your starter kit.

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