VirtualBee Reviews – Legit or Scam?

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VirtualBee is a company which specializes in outsourced data entry work by taking projects from their clients companies and distributing it amongst their online workforce, both domestically and internationally.

VirtualBee is the new name and face of KeyForCash, an online data entry company that was well established in the work at home community.

VirtualBee claims to be building on the solid foundation they established as KeyForCash, but with many improvements, including expanding their workforce to include international options.

According to their website, all you need to work for VirtualBee is a home computer, an internet connection, and basic typing skills. It is free to sign up at VirtualBee, and they claim to charge no fees, at any time.

The Work

If you wish to sign up as a member of VirtualBee’s online workforce, you must answer a few questions and take a short evaluation – an assessment of your abilities and skills, such as typing speed – and then you will be placed on a waiting list.

Members who have higher evaluation scores will be taken from the waiting list first and presented with projects. You will be given an image of the data that needs to be entered and you just type it in.

You are paid based on the quantity of work you complete, which means that the amount you earn is tied to your speed and accuracy. However, there are different rates of pay at different times for projects, so you should be aware of that.

Is It Legit?

Anyone searching for an online work opportunity should ask themselves if the program or employer they are looking at is safe, or even real – there are far too many scams and unethical businesses online today.

But VirtualBee is a long established online data entry company that claims to be both risk and commitment free. You never have to pay them a dime, and you are completely in control of how much and how often you work.

In order to sign up at VirtualBee, you must be eighteen years of age or older, and live within the continental United States to take part in their domestic program, otherwise you may qualify for their international program.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " VirtualBee " is 2.38 out of 5 based on 8 reviews.
  • I was 100th percentile, but it took about a month or so until I got an invitation to join. I'm sure they get a lot of applicants--you just need to wait in line.

    It's a LOT of work just to get a few I hope you aren't planning to make the big bucks on this site. Lower your expectations a lot with companies like this. Why WOULD they email you back if they have hundreds of other people that won't bug them.
  • Currently I am sitting on 100th percentile as they requested. I have sent two emails in 10 days and everytime they copy and paste from there FAQ even if it doesn't answer the question. I am pretty sure you can't take a company serious if they don't even answer your questions correctly.
    • thanks michelle, I actually redone there evaluations everyday for two weeks and I was at the 100th percentile the entire time. I'm still waiting for that invitation in hopes that it's not a scam company although I haven't received one yet. Keepin my hopes up though.
    • Shannon, I was sitting at 94th percentile for 8 days and just today I received my invitation to work which really surprised me. I emailed Virtual Bee from there "contact us" link to ask for how close to 100th percentile I needed to be and was told 100th percentile. I was discouraged because I couldn't get past the 94th but what do you know. Maybe you should go back to the tests and just retake them to refresh the score. (or maybe they have already sent you an invitation:) )
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