Need an easy, flexible, non-phone job from home? These work from home data entry companies…
Legitimate Date Entry work from home jobs are a very sought after telecommuting career. Unfortunately data entry work from home jobs are also used frequently to scam people out of money and many of the positions you see online are not real. Key for Cash is one of the legitimate day entry companies I recommend for those of you who have not worked from home before.
Key for Cash hires people to do data entry from home and you can do it in your spare time as much or as little as you want to. There are no set hours and no phone work. I am sure experience helps but I know others who have gotten hired who have not done data entry or transcription previously as long as you are a fast typist.
Like I have mentioned previously data entry and transcription are a great way to make money working from home but many of the companies require experience and even specifically want you to have experience working from home doing it so these types of companies are a great way to get your foot in the door.
The pay is per piece so the faster you type the more money you can make. You must be 18 and live in the United States, have a computer and a internet connection. Other than that they don’t really have any other specifications. As usual, no fees.
Be careful when signing up for any data entry jobs you see posted on job boards especially if they sound something like “make $500-2000 a week!”. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true it usually is.
Don’t give anyone your banking information and if they start asking for money it’s time to bug out. Many of the jobs for data entry or “rebate processing” on job boards are scams and when you reply they will try to sell you “training materials”.
These training materials basically are directions on how you too can post ads(data entry) on job boards just like they did and charge other people for “training materials”. If you have not heard of a company do your research. Google the company and see what you find. Check ripoffreport.com and scambusters.com and search in a few WAHM forums.
If you do get scammed be sure to contact your BBB and post on the above websites to warn others about the company. I try to only post companies I know have been around for a long time and that I have talked to people who work for them but still always be careful.
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