kgb is a privately held, New York-based company and the world's largest independent provider of directory assistance and enhanced information services.
kgb offers work at home opportunities with their 2-way mobile text service. Their home based jobs offer the opportunity to learn, grow, and have fun.
You get paid for answering questions that people send via mobile text message.
Home based agents are called kgb Special Agent. They enjoy work schedule flexibility, no commute which saves time and money.
You can apply to become a kgb Special Agent by going to their Special Agent Challenge site at www.beginkgb.com.
Steps to become a kgb Special Agent:
1. Apply at www.beginkgb.com
2. Pass the Special Agents Challenge
3. Complete Special Agents Training
4. Complete Registration Paperwork
5. Become a Special Agent
Your responsibility as a kgb Special Agent is to research and respond to 2-way text inquiries quickly and accurately. Special Agents combine ingenuity with research skills to solve real problems for real people every day. Some questions require a serious answer, others require a sense of humor, and some require both.
kgb Special Agent are paid on a per second basis based on your actual work or per valid answer, whichever is higher. Actual work is deemed to start when you take in or handle a query from the queue in the system and ends when the action is completed, i.e. when you have validly sent the answer to the query of the customer.
Special Agents are paid every other Friday.
Monday, November 23, 2015
Friday, November 13, 2015
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