Working Solutions connects people who want to make money online offering virtual call center sales and customer services with companies across the United States.
Working Solutions' clients range from Fortune 100 healthcare and pharmaceutical companies to financial services, retail, government and nonprofits.
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Working Solutions is available to residents in the United States.
Working Solutions focus primarily on:
Sales and service projects include:
Working Solutions also provide technical assistance on:
Each project is paid differently. You may be paid:
Working Solutions agents have earned anywhere from $7.50 to $30 per hour, depending on the project.
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It's hard to tell whether an online job or business opportunity is any good. So I've scoured the internet searching for the most relevant comments by people who've worked for Working Solutions.
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Have you made money with Working Solutions? Please share your experiences with the community at the bottom of this page.
Here's a summary of what's good and not so good about Working Solutions.
Working Solutions has over 100,000 independent contractors, by far the largest workforce of all the virtual call center companies I looked into.
Working Solutions has been featured on major news networks, such as CBS News and ABC 7 News. Working Solutions is legitimate and not a scam.
I particularly like the fact that Working Solutions provide all training for free, unlike some other virtual call centers.
Overall based on what I've seen and read, I think Working Solutions is definitely worth considering if you want to be a virtual call center agent as an independent contractor.
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