1. Check the Requirements
Have some basic skills, a decent computer, and as an independent contractor you will need a Tax Identification Number. If you are self-employed or have set up your business as a sole proprietorship, you may use your social security number for your Tax Identification Number. If your home business is a corporation, LLC, or partnership, you may use your Employer Identification Number (EIN). Tax law can vary greatly by state, so please check the requirements in your state. At year end, Callaborate will provide a 1099 Form for your tax reporting purposes.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any questions not answered below, please contact us via Live Chat or on our contact page.
Yes! We can get you onboarded and trained right away and have you working within a few days to a week.
1-2 business days, as long as everything is filed online (by mail takes much longer, several weeks)
After you work 40 hours we will provide you with a bonus to offset the cost that you spent forming your LLC.
You are contacting registered voters or a pre-defined select group of individuals to deliver a predetermined message or gather information. We are not asking for anything of the respondent, but instead asking for their opinions on a variety of issues and topics.
The training process is only a few hours long.
Yes! Our sister company has been in the call center business for many years and are now branching out for work at home opportunities.
No! This is a business to business relationship and we do not run any kind of background/credit check.
Must be hard connected (directly connected from modem/router to computer, cannot use wifi) via ethernet cable
Minimum 4 gig RAM, Prefer 6+
No Phone Landline required, system works on VOIP
Upload at least 1 mbps
NO Satellite Internet