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Q: Iss there any way to earn a money??

I want a easy job in tnis website ..is there any???

22 weeks 2 days ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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You have to speak  and write in proper, understandable English language. 

 

 

Majority of the posters and readers here are present or ex-English teachers in China, mind you ...

 

If you find that easy, knock-yourself-out ..., please! 

 

 

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You have to speak  and write in proper, understandable English language. 

 

 

Majority of the posters and readers here are present or ex-English teachers in China, mind you ...

 

If you find that easy, knock-yourself-out ..., please! 

 

 

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I want an easy job, high salary, no responsibility or KPI where I can work from home. And I have no experience.

I'm ready to start.

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contact ECC Admin to become a puppet poster.

they are looking for people to manage at least 5 'alias's' each.

 

you don't need anything more than a basic grasp of English, as you won't be required to actually behave like a real person and respond to your 'questions'

 

(I hear the pay is rubbish !!!)

 

Good luck !!!

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"(I hear the pay is rubbish !!!)" — fortunately the poster only wants 'a money'.

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I can help you to make money online.

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If you are a clever you can earn a hundred money.

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