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Apply Now for a Full-Time Customer Service Gig With American Express

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Looking for full-time work?

That you can do remotely?

With a well-known, reputable company?

Check, check and check: American Express is hiring full-time virtual platinum customer care professionals.

(And if you’re looking for a work-from-home job but this one’s not quite right for you, don’t forget to check out our Work-From-Home Jobs Portal. We post new opportunities there all the time — and we vet them, too.)

Get a Work-From-Home Job With American Express

In this position, you’ll work from home answering calls in a fast-paced environment and delivering extraordinary customer service. You can choose to work a flexible, nontraditional schedule.

Your duties will include evaluating account information and offering tailored solutions to customers.

To be eligible, you must live in any state except Alaska, have a distraction-free home office and have experience “successfully interacting with customers.”

If you live within 35 miles of one of its centers (Phoenix, Arizona; Salt Lake City, Utah; or Sunrise, Florida) then you’ll want to review its on-site positions.

You’ll start out earning “competitive” pay with the opportunity to earn “monthly performance-based incentives.”

Not only is training paid (and from home), the company will also cover the connection cost and monthly fees for “dedicated telephone and Internet service from an American Express-approved provider in your area.”

The company will reimburse you up to $100 for setup fees if there isn’t an American Express-approved provider in your area but you can find a provider that offers the same required cable or DSL connections — and you’ll get a monthly allowance to help cover service costs.


Plus, you’ll be eligible for benefits like health insurance, retirement plans and tuition assistance from day one!

Sounds like a pretty good gig, right?

Susan Shain, freelance writer, is always seeking adventure on a budget. Visit her blog at, or say hi on Twitter @susan_shain.