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I removed the following sentence from the end of the Consequences section because it looked to me like vandalism:
- Urban term for working at home is Durick
I think "Durick" is a surname. What else it might be, I don't know. I've certainly never heard of working at home being called "Durick." It just doesn't ring true. If someone knows that this is legitimate, please restore the material, but include more information and, for goodness sake, a source! —CKA3KA (Skazka) (talk) 07:17, 4 February 2008 (UTC)
section = good schemes
The scheme itself
The article doesn't say a word on what the very deceit is. Is it low payment? Or not paying for the job at all? Making to sign a fraudulent contract? How does a conner actually 'extort' money as the preface mentions? I can't figure that. — Vano 08:54, 8 December 2010 (UTC)
- The article mentions an "initial fee to join", but you're right, this should be more obvious. Skimming the sources, the other obvious con is to sell apparently cheap goods to the victim for resale, which turn out to be worthless or very hard to resell. I'll update the article. --McGeddon (talk) 09:32, 8 December 2010 (UTC)