Decoding the Real Cash from Data Entry

March 5, 2018 by
Filed under: Data Entry 

Freelance businesses and home-based jobs are rampant in this modern technological era. However, we can’t deny the fact that because money is involved, scams will scourge all over the cyber network. Unlike traditional job hunting where the applicant is required to show up in person for an interview, for online jobs the transaction, application, and  interviews are done through exchange of emails, chat sessions, or just filling out online forms at various websites.

While paid-to-click ads are the most scam-affected type of online job, data entry is also prone to such problems.  Since data entry is essentially a direct-to-client service, it is bound to be vulnerable to swindlers who will hire you but won’t pay you what you are promised. But then, there are still genuine data entry jobs that exist. To know more about the authenticity of this online job, here are some of the things you should consider:

1.    There’s a test. Yes, you read it right! Though encoding some text seems to be a really easy task to pay you back money, this job will require its applicant to undergo and pass at least a typing test. To avoid taking a test, you may have to prove you have experience in data encoding from a previous position.

2.    Most employers are based locally. While the medium of communication is through the internet, the information being transferred is normally very important in nature. Because of this, most employers prefer to employ someone who lives near their organization. For a large international company that could mean they might employ people from almost anywhere, because some companies have local offices around the world.

3.    Getting into the job is free! You want to earn, right? So why pay just to get a job? One tip is useful, and that is to just ignore, log-out or say No to data entry offers with registration fees.

Remember, you are to going online to earn, not to spend or be cheated! So decode it wisely!

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One Comment on Decoding the Real Cash from Data Entry

  1. Susan Kishner on Mon, 6th Apr 2009 1:47 am
  2. I found your site on Google and read a few of your other entires. Nice Stuff. I’m looking forward to reading more from you.