Work-at-Home Call Center Companies
Name of Home Call Center Company
How long have you worked there?1-6 months
Did you have call center experience when hired?Yes
Was your training paid?No, I had to pay for it
Were there intial fees (background check, training)?More than $100
How many hours a week do you work?Less than 10 hours
How much do you make per hour?
Although while investigating this company before I signed up nothing prepared me for what I found. I was ok with being an independent contractor as I actually started under another company that was already setup which will save you to start, then you can incorporate later if you choose. Once paying for training ( which I did not like but went along with) completed training, and started bidding for hours I found I was very limited in the amount of hours I was actually "allowed". Pre-signup posting states minimum per week of 15 hrs with 5 of those hours done on the weekend. I was limited to bid for 5 hours only per week. There are also opportunities for you to pick up additional hours as needed by the client but you can't count on those. And you can work for more than one client as well but I would not be able to afford another training as this was to be my only source of income. This is definitely not a company to work for if this is your only means support, however if you are looking for extra income and can live with a few hours Arise may be a fit for you.