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The Perfect Writing Jobs Are Here: (Teaneck, NJ)

Company Name:
gigmarketer.com
Hello,
We are trying to find 5 to 7 motivated writers in most fields for ongoing assignments writing reviews. This position requires highly motivated people that are able to work inside tight deadlines and below their own supervision. We need for you to create reviews on websites.
We need one to review our partners and customers websites, and be sure their process works smoothly for his or her prospective customers and users. We would require you to find bugs or errors that happen during the process of clients going through their websites, and create a review on it. No training is needed even though the much better a writer you happen to be, the more you are likely to earn.
In order to be accepted, we desire for you to create an evaluation review based on what you discover. Following successfully submitting your data there, you will end up prompted to submit your resume or CV to us.
Since we don't like to be spammed with fake resumes or spyware on right here, we require that you submit your application as a client service review, then upload your resume.
Your compensation is going to be generous, according to your experience and writing ability, so we can offer the maximum amount of work as possible handle. By doing 2 things, go to the link below and show us you're a good website reviewer and good at following instructions:
1 Test our client sites and check for errors or problems and NOTE IF ANY, in detail!
2 Report the problem (if any) you found in step 1 above, AND prepare to upload your resume later.
Head to this hyperlink to begin: --->>> http://websitereviews.gigmarketer.com/bpbo/
Thank You,
Stephen K. Maynard
Human Resources Administration

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