Data entry jobs can sound like perfection to someone that wants to work from home. Unfortunately, they are also the most commonly used bait in work from home scans. Thus, you need to carefully analyze any data entry job that sounds too good to be true.

In general, legitimate companies will offer a standard wage, nothing incredibly impressive. A hefty payday can be a sign of a scam. You also should never pay for software or a kit because this is also a scam. The following is a list of legitimate companies that offer real data entry positions.


1. Working Solutions

Working Solutions is based in Plano, TX and often brags that it is the first company to take advantage of people willing to work from home. It was founded in 1196 and commonly hires people to work from its virtual call centers. However, they also will hire independent contractors who are qualified for data entry work. All applicants must be at least 18 and able to provide their own computer equipment as well as Internet service and phone line. While it hires globally, U.S. applicants are preferred.


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