The scammers never seem to stop scamming and are always cooking up a new scheme to steal your identification, money and disappoint on the highest levels.

There's a new scam and they're hiding behind Amazon.com's shield this time.

According to Clark.com, the scammers are targeting those who would like to work from home. According to Clark's team, a woman had called them and asked about a recorded message she had received for a work-at-home job opportunity.

The woman stated that the recording said she could work from her own computer and directed her to an amzjobs.com website.

The recorded message came from this phone number: 1-816-281-9811.

The scammer identified herself as 'Sarah', according to Clark.com.

Recently, the Clark.com website stated that the scam has extended and now the website retailincome.org has been added to the list of fake websites.

How Can You Avoid This?

When you search for stay-at-home jobs, don't use the terms 'work-at-home' or 'work-from-home' as they can potentially lead you to bogus websites that aren't real ones when looking for a job that allows you to work from home.

If you're really looking for jobs from a legitimate website that can help you with that. flexjobs.com is a good one.

According to their website, they offer over 32,000 jobs from over 49,000 companies.

When in doubt, don't hesitate to check it out. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.