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Old 11-29-2011, 11:06 AM
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Talking Ver-A-Fast - Customer Service Rep (Unresearched)

Here is the webpage link: Ver-A-Fast: Job Opportunities

How would you like to work from the comfort of your own home; enjoy flexible hours; use your personal computer to help us meet our clients needs? Sound too good to be true? Think there’s a catch? Well there isn’t. As you can see from our home page, we work primarily with the newspaper industry. Our customer service representatives work from their homes making customer service calls for our newspaper clients. In most instances, we are checking on the customer’s service and reporting back to the newspaper so they can take appropriate action.

If you are currently employed full time, generally you will not have the time or flexibility required for this opportunity. To juggle home and work responsibilities, you need self-discipline, a schedule, and cooperation from your family. The nice thing about working for us is that child-care, wardrobe and transportation are virtually non-existent.

Are you…

A self-starter with good communication skills?
Well-disciplined and able to work on your own?
Able to commit to working 15 or more flexible hours per week, mostly in the evening and on the weekend?
Do you have…

An IBM compatible personal computer that is a Pentium III or better processor, running Windows 2000, XP, NT, Vista or Windows 7?
A working printer with ink and paper attached to your computer?
A color monitor (800 x 600 resolution 16 bit color or greater)?
100 MB of hard disk space available?
64 MB of RAM?
A CD-Rom drive?
A DSL/Cable modem?
Internet access including your own email account?
You also need...

Basic typing and personal computer skills.
A quiet work area without interruptions.
A social security card and current state issued photo ID.
If you meet the above requirements and have the drive to make a job like this work for you, contact us at:

For a quick response, fill out our on-line questionnaire:

Would you like to Contract?
For Greater Cleveland Area residents, please call: (440) 331-9962 ext. 3202
For all other areas:
(800) 587-4052
(24 hours a day for pre-recorded information)


CALL or fill out the on-line questionnaire

Good Luck!!!

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Old 11-29-2011, 12:09 PM
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This is a legit company, 1 of my sister in laws worked for them for a couple yrs..the downfall is they have a weird pay system and if you live in the greater cleveland area you are required to go in office once or twice a week.
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Old 11-30-2011, 02:36 PM
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My first online job was with Ver-a-fast. The pay is horrible and I would only recommend applying if you're looking for part time cash.
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Old 12-02-2011, 09:01 PM
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when you guys say the pay is awful, how awful are we talking? lol Is it under say, $350 a week?? I was thinking about applying, but not sure I can handle less than that.
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Old 12-03-2011, 03:01 AM
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When I worked there it was commision only and that was years ago. I imagine with newpapers on the internet, subscriptions are declining.
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Old 12-03-2011, 11:35 AM
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what is the pay structure for verafast now?
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Old 12-03-2011, 06:13 PM
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This is a legitimate company. I worked for them for a few weeks & it did not work too well for me. I had customers saying that they had signed up for the newspapers but never receieved them. And most callers hung up. I also had problems with the automatic dialer calling the same number back in the same day. It may work for you if you stick with it. It just wasn't for me.
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