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Attorney General Richard Blumenthal stated that "Consumers under financial pressure and seeking additional income should be very cautious of these illusory promises." He also said that "Money never comes fast and easy, particularly when working at home.
Consumers should not allow their financial ruin to suppress their suspicion of big-pay promises for stuffing envelopes..."The federal government website, On Guard Online, states that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has yet to find anyone who has become rich by stuffing envelopes from home.
In the event that you have become a victim of this scam, want to file a complaint, or would like to obtain free information on consumer issues, you can visit or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).
The FTC collects consumer complaints and adds them to the Consumer Sentinel Network, an online database that is used by criminal and civil law enforcement agencies in the United States and around the world.
In August of 2007, The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs issued a warning in which it called envelope stuffing a something-for-nothing scam and an old con game that was simply making a comeback.