This blog is meant to help you determine which work at home job or program is for you. I am not making any determinations on whether or not a particular program is a scam. I am simply giving you the information to make that call for yourself.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

VIP Desk is hiring!

From what I understand the training period is long, 6 hours a day for 10 days and unpaid.  However once you get beyond that, the pay is great and it's a good company to work for. 

"VIPdesk, leading provider in contact center solutions for premium brands has 500 Brand Ambassador openings immediately!!!

Brand Ambassadors, Customer Service independent contractors, service inbound calls and emails for premium brand clients within the retail industry!! More specifically, VIPdesk's openings are for Brand Ambassadors who reside in Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Utah or Virginia.

If you have:

  • Great Customer Service skills

  • Minimum FICO score of 500

  • Quiet Home-office

  • Computer

  • Business phone line with unlimited long-distance

Submit your resume at for immediate consideration!"

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Anonymous said...

The pay is not great. It averages no more than 14 dollars per hour, and that's gross pay. Also, you are not guaranteed a minimum number of hours and could end up starving for lack of work.

A VIPDesk contractor is not a statutory employee and therefore is solely responsible for federal and state income taxes, FICA, Medicare, etc. Also, VIPDesk requires that their contractors incorporate, which places added financial burden on the home worker. It's a lousy return on investment, in my opinion.

Michael said...

There are two home based different positions. One is contract and the other is employee. My wife works for VIPdesk and they have excellent hourly pay, ok benefits, weekly bonuses and incentives, and they ar ethe most flexible company I have ever seen as far as trading hours and time off when needed. They have overpaid her twice and she loves the management.
Training for employees is paid by the way, as misinformed above.
Training for contract jobs is not paid.
I think the Amabassador (contract) position loooks rediculous for the pay, but they really treat hourly employees great and my wife who has a Masters in teaching is staying with this company because of the flexible schedules and excellent work environment.
I own a masonry business and I have been trying to get hired on for nights because it would be an easy few extra dollars.
Most shifts my wife is only actually talking to customers around 15 - 20 minutes in an 8 hour shift. After 1 year there, I think VIP is awesome.