Envelope stuffing is a job where an individual earns money working from home to stuff envelopes and sends them out to a list of recipients.
Printing companies, direct mail marketing agencies, and fulfillment centers may have openings for envelope stuffers.
Legitimate envelope-stuffing jobs often involve working for companies that generate or deliver direct mail products.
With the advent of technology, machines have taken over the bulk of mass mailings, making bona fide envelope-stuffing jobs as rare as hen’s teeth.
Real envelope-stuffing jobs may pay an hourly or piecework wage, but the salary is usually poor, hovering around the federal minimum.