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TeleReach Work at Home Review


What is TeleReach?

TeleReach Corporate is a well-known outsourced call center focusing on business-to-business sales appointment settings.  Candidates will work from home in their dedicated home office on a full-time or part-time basis.  The company was established in 1999 and is a Better Business Bureau accredited business with an A+ rating.  Their company is privately held.

TeleReach is very reachable to respond to inquiries that you may have.  They hold information teleconferences and live Q & A that you can sign up for at to receive an invitation.

How much does TeleReach pay?

Employees are earning anywhere from $12 to $28 per hour (performance-based pay).  Some of the top full-time employees are earning $60+K/year.  If you are interested in medical and vacation pay, you will have to be a full-time employee to receive these benefits.

This position is not for someone looking for temporary, evening, summer, or B2C work.  They do not hire in the following states: AK, CA, CT,FL, HI, IL, MD, MI, MA, MT, ND, NH, NV, PA, WA.

Does TeleReach have benefits?

Yes. There are a variety of benefits as follows for part time and full time employees:

  • Over Quota Pay ***click here for further explanation.
  • Vacation Pay (Full-time Employees Only)
  • Flexible Part Time or Full Time Hours
  • Flexible Appointment Account (callers who average at least $11.50 per hour each pay period acquire appointment credits which can be cashed in during a low productivity week or cashed out at the end of the year for dollars)
  • Opportunity for Higher Advancement
  • Frequent contests and promotions
  • One-on-One Coaching
  • Group medical insurance (Full-time Employees Only)

What hours can I work AT TeleReach?

You can work Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5p.m.  Calls are not made in the evening hours or on the weekends.

How can I be sure this is not a work at home scam?When seeking employment online, make sure you do a thorough research of the company before sending any confidential information such as your name, home address, phone number, etc.  You can start by using my free scam search tool, or visiting the Better Business Bureau to gain a report.TeleReach currently has an A rating with the Better Business Bureau.

Is there an investment to start?

No, but you must have a fully equipped home office.

Will I be an employee nor an independent contractor?

You will be an employee and will receive a copy of your W2 at the end of the year.

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  • Lester

    Land line telephone with unlimited long distance (VOIP is NOT acceptable)— I find it had to believe that all these businesses are using copper landlines. The price would be astronomical. So the companies that hire are allowed to use VOIP but the employees can’t?
    To get unlimited US calling with Verizon it would be over $80/month. My cell phone and my Optimum Voice combined is cheaper.

  • Cathy Ammons

    This information is incorrect! I work for Telereach! I do not have a landline phone, we use X-lite through the computer only, provided by Telereach. You also sign a disclosure that you are an independent contractor and you receive a W9.

    • Tanisha Blue

      Cathy, how can I apply to work from home?