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Old October 16th 06, 12:09 PM posted to rec.photo.technique.misc
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Banking and Insurance institutions nationwide have vested interests in
homes, cars, commercial property, businesses, trucks, RVs, boats,
stores, restaurants, or any entity requiring financing or insurance.
These companies need to have updated and accurate information on the
condition of this property continuously. It is simply not cost
effective for them to have "field reps" in every single town in the
United States. So, these institutions "sub" out their work to freelance
reps all over the country. Once trained, your services will be in high
demand!
Since most financing, insurance policies, mortgages, equipment leases,
etc. are now completed online or via 1-800 telephone numbers, the need
for these institutions on a local basis has decreased dramatically.
This is where you come in! You will effectively become a representative
for 100's of national companies who need constantly updated information
from your local area!
For example: If someone from your hometown goes online and applies for
a home loan from a national mortgage company say in New York or
Atlanta. The mortgage company may require some digital photos and a few
measurements of the property before processing the loan. It is simply
not cost effective for them to fly someone to your hometown for this 15
minute photography job. Are you starting to see the potential here?
Thanks to internet and 1-800 companies, there is already an extreme
shortage of trained "field reps" nationwide...and the need is
constantly growing! Trust me, these companies will be happy to hear
from you once you are trained and ready to accept assignments!
There is no cold calling, soliciting for work or strange people coming
to your home. There is no expensive photography equipment or special
software needed. You do not have to lease an office or building. You
can work right from your kitchen table if desired.
You will also be paid well to obtain information for these companies.
People just like you are getting paid $25, $50, and even $100 each and
every time they take a few photos with their digital camera and fill
out the accompanying reports (mostly online). It takes only 5 -15
minutes to complete each assignment.
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