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FL, IL, TX: Employment: Do you have a computer and a good internet connection? HomePro is hiring survey reps!

[floridaactioncommittee.org – 1/15/21] [ACSOL disclaimer: Our re-posting of this Florida Action Committee article is only a courtesy to ACSOL readers and not an endorsement. Please do your own research, starting with carefully reading the article and comments on the FAC website]

From HomePro Telecommunications:

I have immediate openings for part-time Survey Representatives. I started HomePro Telecommunications because I’ve heard from so many people that they simply cannot find work because of their background. This is a great opportunity to get back on your feet. The job involves using your computer to make phone calls from the comfort of your own home. Although we do hire people from other sources, about 80% of our employees have come to us through Illinois Voices, Texas Voices, or Florida Action Committee. We do not do background checks or ask questions about your criminal history.

We have an immediate need to hire several survey representatives. This involves calling people and asking them questions. Survey topics are often related to politics, but we do other types of surveys as well. Although the amount of work we have available varies, we do have opportunities coming in for the new year. No experience necessary!

We are currently only hiring people who live in Illinois, Texas, or Florida. Technical requirements include a good computer (Windows 7 or better or Mac OS), and a fast, reliable internet connection (DSL, Comcast, etc.), a headset with a microphone, and access to email. Your computer will need to pass a speed test that we provide. A printer is helpful, but not required.

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Do NOT get a slave job!
Registrants should be imposing the cost of the govt’s decision to ruin their lives back upon the government as much as possible, in any way possible. This involves taking welfare, and when that isn’t given, making them fear you enough to change their mind. Do not buckle and supplicate for slave wage. You are not slave.

You are a slave and never be free till you die. Like the old black trading of past years. Sex offenders the new trade. Passing laws that are BS and thinking the laws will stop sex offense. Who the F do these people listen too.. Sex is sex and life is life

This could be a good challenge for those I’m sure. I got an e-mail right around New Years from my friend J.P. Welch at Safer Virginia. They are wanting people to make phone calls to round up good lawyers and those that can help in this Sex registry ordeal that are affiliating in these issues and matters. They will provide suggested call times so it doesn’t interfear with your daily scheduale. I have known J.P since I got involved in this registry 8 yrs ago.

Sure a good lawyer principled in these types of situations can bring a lot of good results to some that are involved in all this registry mess. Course J.P. is also into ministry counseling. Please send us a note to info@safervirginia.org or call (804) 525-9186.

I just hope Janice doesn’t shoot me when this is all over but a good lawyer can sometimes challenge much of this registry ordeal. And yes Janice and her team are doing a very good job out in her area.

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