Apparently, some time ago I had applied to work for a company called Working Solutions. I can’t quite remember when I applied, but when I recently received an e-mail stating that I had been accepted and that I should set up an interview, I thought it was a scam.
Rather than delete the email, I went to the Working Solutions website. I then logged into my account (using the info given to me in the email). When I logged in I saw that it wasn’t a scam and that I had indeed applied quite some time ago.
My Gut Feeling about Working Solutions
It seems to be a legitimate company and would work well for someone willing to work in a call center or customer service capacity. According to their website, applicants can make anywhere from $7-$30 an hour as a customer service rep. You must have a functioning computer, a land telephone line and high-speed Internet access.
You can set your hours by letting Working Solutions know which hours and days you are available for work.
After reviewing this opportunity, I’m surprised that I had applied. I must have applied when I first started my work at home venture (that gives you an idea as to how speedy their approval process is). Although I believe it’s a legitimate operation, it’s just not the type of job that I was looking for.
Working Solutions – Open Opportunity
It sounds like a nice opportunity for anyone looking to earn extra cash from home and is willing to work as a customer service rep. According to my confirmation email, I have two weeks in which to schedule my interview. If I don’t schedule it within that period of time they will assume that I’m not interested and will look for someone else. Who knows, if you’re truly interested in Working Solutions, maybe you can take my open slot.
I’d be interested in hearing from anyone who is working or has worked with Working Solutions.