|Overall Rating:||Overall Rating|
|Type of Business:||Data Entry - Type At Home Program|
|Skill Level Needed:||N/A|
Virtual Bee Review
Virtual Bee formerly Key for Cash owned by Virtual Solutions is found at virtualbee.com.
They work as a middleman between businesses and data entry personnel looking to get hired from home.
Virtual Bee has the reputation of being on the level, but that still doesn’t mean much.
You must register for membership with them first.
Then Virtual Bee will give you a set of typing tests to evaluate if your skills are fast and accurate enough to qualify for the work they farm out.
Click Here For Details
Virtual Bee’s evaluations are very stringent and they are very picky as to whom they allow in.
There is a high number of applicants entering daily, after all, and they take quality very seriously.
Those who pass the evaluation get placed on a very long waiting list for months before getting contacted for securing employment.
Thus the issue becomes a question of supply and demand.
This has made Virtual Bee decrease the amount of money they pay out to what they paid under their previous brand name.
So it becomes a matter of you considering if this much lower rate is worth your time.
The rate I mention is now at $0.20 per thousand keystrokes down from eighty cents per. A keystroke equals a character.
There are a little less than 2,000 characters so far in this review.
I would go hungry at that rate working for Virtual Bee, especially since the frequency of jobs is very sparse.
As it is, you wait for months to even get contacted for one with no guarantee you will get it.
The other ugly information that I have come to acquire is that several members have had their payments withheld and no response was made to their complaints.
This is usually when they met the minimum limit to be paid by the company.
A huge warning sign to watch out for.
My point is that unless you really love to do data entry and have other means of earning a real living.
This is not the kind of work that will make you much money at all.
At least it’s free to join Virtual Bee domestically or internationally.
This is certainly not a scam.
But I do see many weaknesses in their business model.
And how it relates to my readers who are seeking serious money for their efforts.
So I do not see how I can seriously recommend Virtual Bee to anyone.
I do not recommend wasting your time or effort on VirtualBee.
Thanks for reading our Virtual Bee review.
by David Harris | Updated on March 22, 2022, at 7:12 AM CST:
I was reading some of your articles on this website and I conceive this internet site is very informative ! Continue putting up.
I have been working for Virtual Bee (now operated by Lion Bridge) since 2008. I have never known them to pay .80 per keystroke; that information is not accurate. They pay .30 per keystroke on the average–some programs pay a little more than that. This is PRODUCTION keying–it is not for the “average” data entry keyer. It also is not the type of “gig” that one should quit their day job for. I use it to supplement my regular income. I key approximately 20,000 keystrokes per hour–which is approximately 95 wpm typing. It would be near to impossible for a slow or inexperienced keyer to work for this company. It’s only good for making “mad money”, not to live off of. Additionally, the work is offered on a “first come, first serve” basis. I love that it’s flexible and I work whenever I want–no supervisor to answer to, no schedule to adhere to. I have always been paid by this company and have never had any difficulty reaching the minimum requirement. It’s a highly reputable company; it’s just not a good fit for slow typists, unfortunately.
Hey nice post! I hope it’s ok that I shared this on my
Facebook, if not, no worries just tell me and I’ll delete
it. Regardless keep up the good work.
Hey nice post. I hope it’s alright that I shared it on my Twitter,
if not, no issues just tell me and I’ll delete it.
Either way keep up the great work.
I every time spent my half an hour to read scamxposer’s articles or reviews every day along with a cup of coffee.