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Working as an independent contractor with Leapforce

I have been working as an Independent Contractor with Leapforce for over a month now. Perhaps you have heard of it and wonder if it's something you would like to try? I have to start off telling you...there's a lot I can't tell you. Tricky huh? Leapforce is certainly not the only company that will ask you for discretion in what you make available to the public. I'm not sure of the exact reasons for their disclosure rules, but don't think that because there are things that I can't talk about that the opportunity is not legitimate.

So...what is it? The best I can tell you is that it's kinda like quality control for search engines and other sites. Here's a little snippet from their page: (Links below won't work, it's a photo.)

You need to have knowledge of how the internet works, be a little computer savvy (but you don't have to be an expert), be able to learn by reading, understand that you're an Independent contractor (for taxes), and be able to pass the entrance exam.

There are opportunities all over the world in many different languages. Other contractors have expressed their gratitude and love of the opportunity and I have to agree. I am grateful for it as well. Click on over if you're interested and read the requirements and FAQ. As you go, more of the information will be available to you. Good luck!

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Working as an independent contractor with Leapforce


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