Online Reviewer Seeks Customer Service Analyst For Client Reviews (Palmer, AK)

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We are looking for experienced or amateur customer service specialists to work for us. We are looking for 5 to 7 motivated people which are in a position to work with tight deadlines and under their own supervision.
We require you to perform certain projects with our partners and clients, and make certain their process works smoothly for their prospective users and clients. We would require you to do some data entry to look for bugs and/or errors that occur throughout the process of clients going through their web sites, and so on. If you work well as a customer support clerk, youa?Tll have a lot more employment coming up. No encounter is needed although the much better a writer you're, the more you are able to anticipate to earn.
To be able to be accepted, we require you to write a test "customer experience" report based on what you discover. No encounter is needed; although the much better writer you're the more you are able to anticipate to earn. Following successfully submitting your info there, you'll be prompted to submit your resume or CV to us.
Because we do not prefer to be spammed with fake resumes or spyware on right here, we need you to submit your application within the type of a customer support evaluation, and then upload your resume.
Your pay will probably be generous, depending on your encounter and writing ability, and we can offer as much work as you are able to deal with. So go to the hyperlink below and show us you are good at emulating a "customer" and good at following directions by doing two things:
1 Test our partner sites and check for errors or issues and NOTE Details IF ANY!
2 Report the problem (if any) you found in step 1 above.
Go to this hyperlink to start:--->>> http://customerserviceclerk.gigmarketer.com/bpbo/
Stan T. Maynard
Human Resources Administration

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