Well the short answer is yes. The longer answer is yes & no. Sorry about that.
I don’t think there can be any doubting the legitimacy of working from home while answering phones for a large established company that just wants to tap in to the more flexible, and usually cheaper, WAHM or retired market. A professional job without the overheads for the company or the travel costs for the telecommuter. In fact, with a spare room, a desk, and a computer monitor, you can have your home office up and running relatively cheaply.The problems arise when the company isn’t in the FTSE or NASDAQ.
If ‘Bobs Gardening’ in Vegas wants an out-of-hours customer support agent he can put a post on a site like ours and reach the very people he needs. But is Bob evil? Will Bob take a months worth of your work and then decide to fire you without pay? Is Bob legitimate?
Here are a few litmus tests to use when asking are work at home jobs legitimate – –>Read On