DATA PROCESSING JOBS

@stori1 (331)
United States
October 25, 2006 5:29am CST
does any one know if there are jobs in data processing that are not scams or jobs along that lines. I do't mind paying a small fee to get started as long as I know they have a good reputation. There are jobs online where you can make an extra $200.00 a month. Please respond. Thank you
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2 responses
• United States
24 Mar 08
I cannot actually give you any names of legit companies but can advise you on some good advice. NEVER pay anyone a FEE to work FOR THEM. If a company requires a fee, most likely it is a scam or very close to a scam.
@stori1 (331)
• United States
27 Mar 08
Thanks slammer_169. I reall appreciate your response.
@Bee1955 (3885)
• United States
16 Feb 07
4 minutes ago This growing trend throughout the country is focused on agents handling incoming customer service inquiries from their homes while connected to a network via computer and landline (no cell or cordless) phone (which you must provide). There are two distinct business models in this industry: independent contractor or employee. Prior sales or customer service experience is a plus, but not a requirement. Bilingual skills are also an asset. Two companies, Alpine Access (www.alpineaccess.com) and Working Solutions(www.workingsolutions.com) hires virtual (online) agents as employees. Other companies, including Willow CSN (www.willowcsn.com), LiveOps (www.liveops.com), VIPdesk (www.vipdesk.com),and the West Company (www.workathomeagents.com) among others, require agents to incorporate, and they're hired as independent contractors. Hourly wages range from $8 an hour to $15 an hour, which is determined based on experience, skill level, and the specific needs of the client you're serving. Ask in advance how the company pays its agents. Some pay hourly from when you clock in until you clock out. For others, the meter runs only while you're on an actual call; you're not paid for downtime between calls. Good luck - I work for Alpine Access.