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Direct Interactions Provides An Excellent Work at Home Opportunity
In the past if you wanted to work at home, the best way to earn a living was with freelance writing opportunities. While there are still many opportunities to earn a living writing available, more and more people have found they can branch out and earn money working in customer support positions. If this is something you find interesting, you’ll want to check out Direct Interactions.
What is Direct Interactions?
The company is based in Seattle. The company is devoted to creating work at home opportunities and I have to admit that they do an admirable job. Not only do I have an account, but I also know several other people that have created similar accounts and rely on the company for a chunk of their regular earnings.
When I first heard of the company, I had some reservations. I thought I was going to have to do some work over the phone, which I hate. I sometimes find people, especially people who need customer service to be exasperating and tend to lose my temper when I speak on the phone.
It didn’t take me long to learn my first impressions were erroneous. I didn’t have to talk on the phone at all. Direct Interactions has set everything up so all the work I do takes place on the computer. My job consists of tracking people in the running for prizes or elections. The easiest way to explain it is that I’m like a person who counts votes for Dancing with the Stars.
There are several things I really like about working for Direct Interactions. Not only do they have a lot of work available, I can rely on regular payments, the work is fairly easy. It’s something I can complete quickly without having to worry that I’m going to have to sacrifice some other income making opportunity. The other thing I really enjoy is the pay. $11 an hour might not seem like much, but it adds up and is more than some of the other jobs I’ve taken in the past have paid, especially when I know I can pick up a few hours’ work every single week.
The biggest drawback to Direct Interactions is that in order to create an account, you must have worked in a call center for at least one year. This makes many people ineligible. The only reason I qualified was because I spent three semesters working in my university call center. Other requirements include living in the United States and having a high school diploma.
I urge anyone who qualifies, to create a Direct Interactions account.
I would love to hear from you if you're currently working for Direct Interactions – and your experience. Also – let me know if you plan to apply. Please comment below. I read every comment and try to respond.