Want to be a work from home agent...

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by sarahef83, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. sarahef83

    sarahef83 New Member

    Hello everyone,
    I'm new to this site, but I'm def. not new to the work from home search. Over the years I have tried several things that have turned out to be scams and I'm sick of it. After finding this forum I spent several hours just reading everyone's posts trying to get an idea of what work form home jobs are really legit. It seems that the most consistent answer is becoming a work from home agent. I would really like to try this, but I'm wondering if anyone here is an agent that is working full-time (35-40 hrs a week) making more then $12 an hour.
    I saw that someone said Arise pays well at about $14 an hour...but there is a huge start up fee. I really can't afford that because I am currently saving up for my wedding in May. Of course...if I have to I will as long as I know I am guaranteed to make all of that money back and then some.

    I don't know about everyone else, but I want to work from home because I hate fighting the traffic in the morning (I work in down town New Orleans, LA) and having to get up at 5:15 am every morning. It's really starting to take a toll on me. Plus, I work 10 hour shifts every day, so I'm completely washed out by the time I get home. Then it's only about 3 hours of free time which I spend cleaning up, cooking dinner, etc. before it's time for bed. I'm just so sick of the so-called "rat race".



    Thanks in advance,
     
  2. sarahef83

    sarahef83 New Member

    Any advice would be great....



    Thanks,
     
  3. opendomain

    opendomain New Member

    Working at home is still a rat race, just a different cage[​IMG] More comfortable definately. If you want a guarantee I think most companies are only going to be able to give you a money back guarantee. Beyond that MOST work from home type jobs are riskay. If oyu don't have alot of time or money to start something up then I would start off small with little investment and work my way into it. Or go big and hope for the best. I'm not very familiar with Arise, so I can't really comment on them, BUT I know you can get a free power mall to test out your like or dislike of affiliate marketing and see if it is something you'd like todo.

    it's what I do and I have an overhead of 10/month. With only a few hours of work time. I really don't consider posting here work only because I enjoy it. But if I count the posting time here then I'm up to about 2-3 hours a day online...sparadically and some of it from work(i have an outside the home job as well.) At home I have 2 jobs. I'm a work from home book keeper and then I promot GDI(see my sig).

    Best of luck in your search. If you need any more help keep posting here, most are more than happy to help.
     
  4. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    There are many other companies like West, LiveOps which hire, you can also do freelance writing.
     

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