17% would recommend to a friend
(7 total reviews)
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- "The pay is low." (in 3 reviews)
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Updated Jun 19, 2023
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- 4.0May 4, 2022Anonymous ContractorCurrent Contractor, less than 1 year
Very flexible schedule, make as much or as little as you want.
You have to be able to work fast and accurate to make money. It took me a little while to get used to things. Read the specs, then read them again. Watch the YouTube video and attend the zooms.1
- 2.0Jun 19, 2023OriginatorCurrent Contractor, more than 1 yearKent, WA
You never need to talk to anyone ever. The job is self-explanatory. Work whenever you want just be quick and accurate if you want to afford lunch.
Low pay. Rude staff. Inconsistent work as it directly aligns with the voting season so be aware of that.
- 3.0Jun 10, 2022Data EntryCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsOrlando, FL
Lots of work deciphering petition signatures.
Trying to decipher signatures. Their rules are somewhat vague and are applied according to the way it's interpreted by the checker, which is usually random. The pay is low. I decided to stop working for them and they never paid me the balance on my account. For $25, I decided to just let it go so I'll probably never see it.5
- 1.0Mar 25, 2022TaggerCurrent Freelancer, less than 1 yearLos Angeles, CA
The flexibility is great, but there is not always work when you are available to work.
You literally will not make any money. After you tag, the reviewers double check your work. For every mistake you make, they get double the salary and you lose your .04, so when things are subjective (like a squiggle in a signature), they come out ahead. You train yourself and each contract has different rules so you have to spend time studying the specs (on your own time). The bottom line is that it is an okay job if you don't need the money.2
- 2.0Aug 15, 2022Data Entry ClerkFormer Contractor, less than 1 year
Work from home You chose when you work Easy employment
Very limited training Poor communication. Below average pay.1
- 3.0Apr 25, 2022Anonymous ContractorFormer Contractor, less than 1 year
Contract work you can do on your schedule
Learning how to actually do the job is not easy, there are many rules and you are being graded by other people who nitpick your work.1
- 3.0Aug 1, 2021TranscriptionistCurrent FreelancerBoiling Springs, Spartanburg, SC
Work from any location in the US except California or Maryland
Work is not always available, and sometimes when it is, it's nighttime. Training is pretty much trial and error unless you find someone who wants to help you.