"I really don't read them because I've seen and heard so many times when they actually were scams," said Georgia Manzie of Saginaw.
"I think it’s too good to be true. They seem like a hoax, and nothing could be that easy," said Robin Johnson of Grosse Pointe.
Duquesnel also says if you really want to work at home, you might be better off asking your currently employer for more flexibility. She says that more and more employers are offering that flexibility to keep good workers than ever before.
If you're careful, do your homework, and find a legitimate work at home job that's right for you, it could be a dream come true.
"I think working at home is excellent. If it were up to me I would work from home every single day," said Greg Miller of Grosse Pointe Park.
Below are the links to the websites mentioned in this story, and a link to the Better Business Bureau: