Data Entry Work at Home Sites?

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  1. Patty Inglish, MS profile image93
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 10 years ago

    I would like to find for some of my contacts needing work, home data entry employment. I've tried these three with dead ends:

    Axion Data :  "Axion Does NOT Advertise -- There are NO openings at this time"

    Palm Coast Data :

    "Apply Online: You can apply for a position and send your resume electronically to us by clicking 'here'.  NOTE: You will need to register with to view our open positions." -- I called EmployFlorida and Florida govt job offices and found they don't work with Palm Coast. Then they found only one listing for a Data Entry Keyer to work for Palm Coast in Florida, not online at home.

    Anyone else have any luck with this employer?

    Dion Data Solutions: Dead Link.

    I'd really like to find some data entry at-home recommendations for people. Thanks!

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      lovesorrowposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      have a blessed day

      Data Entry

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      kayrodriquesposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Hi, I just saw this. Palm Coast Data only employs work at home data entry keyers who live in Palm Coast! They really should put that on their website. I know, because I used to live in Palm Coast and worked at Palm Coast Data.

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      Michail Bartonposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Hi friend,
      really data entry is a nice job, where one can earn a handsome salary.
      Here it needs a good typing speed. I would suggest a site  which offers cost effective data entry services with a reasonable price.

  2. christianwork4u profile image59
    christianwork4uposted 10 years ago

    he demand for Data Entry From Home jobs is so high that this has become one of the most saturated markets for all types of work-at-home programs. There are hundreds of programs masquerading as sources of real data entry work, when in fact they’re really selling something completely different. They basically stretch the meaning of data entry to include anything that involves using a keyboard online. The majority of these programs sell you outdated internet/affiliate marketing strategies that tell you to engage in direct advertising for online products. When the ads say you’ll be filling out marketing forms for large companies, they neglect to mention these forms belong to search engines like Google and Yahoo. These marketing forms are part of Pay Per Click advertising campaigns in which your ads show up as sponsored listings in search engines. However, you get charged anywhere between $0.10 - $5.00 when someone clicks your ad. These companies deliberately hide this information from potential customers until after they purchase the program. Data entry jobs DO exist but they are with companies that do not charge you for the opportunity to work for them.

    1. Patty Inglish, MS profile image93
      Patty Inglish, MSposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for this info. I never looked into it before someone asked me to help them find this type of work. You've been very helpful!

  3. thranax profile image62
    thranaxposted 10 years ago

    Due to the layoffs and the prices of everything, Data Entry jobs are almost imposable to find. People know this too, that's why they make many "fake" data entry jobs for people to do that are scams. I would bet you that 95% of all the companies you try are scam sites. I personally would suggest not applying or working for an at home data entry job unless you can actually go to an office in real life and get employed the old way! It's the safest way, and the best way to tell if it's for real or not.


    1. Patty Inglish, MS profile image93
      Patty Inglish, MSposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      I'll pass this along. My city has one large insurance company that does employ at-home data entry workers, but they don't advertise. They want people their employees already know and trust.

      Thanks for the help!

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    urateupposted 9 years ago

    I can tell you DionData Solutions is a legit company. I can not post the link here as I do not want to be labeled a spammer. Do a google search on them and they will come up...several times. It seems they are all over the internet. I do not think they are hiring right now though but it never hurts to ask.

    1. Dale Mazurek profile image73
      Dale Mazurekposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Come on.  They are all over the internet so that makes them legit.

      You are really not so gullible are you.

      I am an alien here to force feed you dead, rotten shrimp and squid.  There now that's on the internet so I hope you are hungry.

      Sorry that may be rude but way too many people treat the internet like it is the gospel(not starting a religion thread)

      Do you know how many stories I have seen online already stating that MJ is alive.

      Do me a favor get off the internet for a while before it is too late.

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        urateupposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        Hey Dale you are rude and a bit of an (bleep) in my opinion.  I can tell you that DionData Solutions is legit, no not because they are all over the internet. I can tell you they are legit for a few reasons. First because they are listed on Dunn and Bradstreet. Second they have been WBENC certified. I know that the WBENC is not an easy certification to get. A company must be legit and have at least 51% women ownership.

        Hmmm imagine a fake company getting a legit certification. Wow Einstein think maybe you should have done research before you attacked me?

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    AMBERBIRDposted 9 years ago

    I recently just got signed on with Palm Coast name was on a waiting list thru an app I did online...they only hire three times a year based on how busy they are.  Everything is legetimate......i called a few times to see how far my name was down on the list a few times but i know they are very busy right now i would call them if your really interseted

  6. NYMiskovic profile image68
    NYMiskovicposted 9 years ago

    There is a website that is a legitimate data entry job.  I have been working for them for over a year now. It is a good way to earn a little extra cash on the side but not a great source of steady income as they offer no benefits and do not always have work available.

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    probafixposted 9 years ago

    Quite a nice information that you have provided to us.


  8. dataentryoutsourc profile image58
    dataentryoutsourcposted 9 years ago

    Thanks for sharing great info...

  9. optimus grimlock profile image59
    optimus grimlockposted 9 years ago

    I Wanted to do the work from home thing, but everything seems to good to be true!!!!!


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