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I was wondering if anyone works or has heard any good or bad things about Ameri-Plan, reachable figures to make per month, and how hard it really is to get a job working there. Of course, what I would *really* be doing as well.
I have a phone interview set up for tomorrow so I'm sure they'll want my bank account then LOL
I've heard both good and bad. Personally, I don't think you can make a decent living with it unless you put in a 40 hr work week. If you want to find the nitty-gritty of a company, try googling the name of the company with the word scam. If you get lots of results on lots of websites, it's a pretty good bet that only a certain type of person can really succeed. If you only get a few results, or if you see one disgruntaled guy posting on lots of forums all over the web, you know it's probably a good deal and only a few people got burned.
I looked into AmeriPlan and had a really nice woman help me make my decision. She wasn't pushy at all and actually helped me decide that it wasn't for me. I would strongly recommend asking all your questions and then telling them to contact you back in 48 hours. Then you'll have plenty of time to think and not make a bad decision. Good luck!
Thank you! I recieved an email back before the phone interview I can call this automated line wehre it tells about the company and common FAQS. Even if I could make 500 a month I would be happy! The thing that attracted me MOST was that our whole household would have benifits through them. It beats having nothing.
Even if I could make 500 a month I would be happy![/b]
Be sure to ask them about taxes! If you're an independent contractor, you'll have to pay your own taxes, so you should put at LEAST 25% of your earnings into savings. That means to get $500, you'll really have to make $665-700.
In the end of it all I decided that it wasn't the right opportunity for me.
I don't know a whole lot of people who would be interested and it would probably cost me more to accurately advertise than it would be worth in the end. At least for me.
I have a job interview on Monday for a part time job (telemarketing bussinesses ahaha they get a taste of there own money!) .. At least until I can find something that I can do while working at my current "job" online.
The one thing that worries me about taking an outside job is actually having the effort and the ambition to come home and work MORE.. kwim?