Is there any companies that you can work for at home that are office oriented? N

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  1. jenosuth87 profile image56
    jenosuth87posted 9 years ago

    Is there any companies that you can work for at home that are office oriented? No scams/money scheme

    Full time mom and Student, just needing more time for child.  Classes are not offered online for the school I am attending.  I just want to work for a company that is more corporate oriented.  I can learn quickly and am self motivated.  I also have experience in customer service for almost 3 years. The only downfall is I don't know which companies are not scams or, are actually hiring.  If any one knows of a company, not a website add-on please respond to the question.

  2. sarovai profile image76
    sarovaiposted 9 years ago

    There is in US and other developed countries and even in Asia. This type of job is virtual marketing, Virtual office assistants etc.,Please search in the web . you can find lot of companies offering this type of jobs.

  3. vinnyd55 profile image45
    vinnyd55posted 9 years ago

    I read this article on facebook today that may help you. … amp;ref=mf

  4. apasquale profile image59
    apasqualeposted 9 years ago

    Hi Jen, about four years ago I was looking for something to do in the AM for extra cash, I tried a ton of those scams you are talking about and non of them worked (of course). However a friend of mine mentioned a company that is a home based internet business, The first thing I told him was I have very little time and didn't want to build, do parties, sell (personally) I need something I can plug into and it has to fit my needs, So he sat with and explained the company to me and how it works over the phone, I have found that this company was exactly what I was looking for and I can earn anywhere between 300 to 3,600 a week, if you want to talk about it, I would be happy to chat with you, you can contact me at

    All the best

  5. MikeNV profile image77
    MikeNVposted 9 years ago

    The most legitimate way is to find a company that is in business in the real world and willing to train you then allow you to telecommute.  This is common in some industries like Travel and Health Care.

  6. NunezWillLearn profile image52
    NunezWillLearnposted 8 years ago

    Even I was looking for something similar. I searched for few sites and came across this article. I have visited their site from here. Check out if this is of any help to you. … bs_For_You

  7. arindam1234 profile image56
    arindam1234posted 8 years ago

    Most of the companies i have seen are worthless, but not the all. Some really means business and i am the one who have come in touch with  I think you guys also can be beneficial with it.


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