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I Speak U Speak work from home opportunity (3 posts)

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kamille
Posted on 27 Feb 2009 11:23
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I found this company advertising online last year called I Speak U Speak or ISUS for short and checked it out. It´s a great company based in Spain that offers telephone classes to business english learners. The great thing is that they let you work from home. All you need is a fast adsl internet connection, a computer and a headset. I´ve been working for them for the past 4 months and everything´s been ok so far. They´re very professional and have a great online system for attendance, lesson and lesson planning (so you don´t forget the lessons you´ve already taught), etc. Lotsa great stuff! Check them out at jobs.ispeakuspeak.com/isus-job-description/

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rubyut
Posted on 24 Apr 2009 11:27
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Did I understand it properly or did you just say you are teaching through the telephone? I cannot imagine that it is professional work, teaching someone you do not know, or see through the phone. I consider it strange. And how about the people you are referring to on the phone? do you know them? or see them somehow? And what about the payments? I cannot imagine how you might get paid for teaching on the phone. That definitely does not sound very professional to me, actually, it sounds like being a big rip-off.

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MaffeiZthe1
Posted on 29 Jan 2010 15:13
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Hello Kamille,
Just wondering if you're still working for ispeakuspeak? How much do they pay? Are you still happy with them? Tell us more about this company....
Thanks!



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