Dion Data – A Legit Data Entry Company

Dion Data is a legitimate data management service bureau who hires home contractors for data entry. They’ve been around since 1999.

How much does Dion Data pay?

Because the people who work for Dion Data are required to sign a non-disclosure agreement, I have been unable to find the exact rate of pay. However, I did discover that Dion Data pays per piece/document rather than per word or keystroke as many other data entry companies do.

How often does Dion Data pay and what method do they use?

As of 2007, Dion Data paid their workers once every two weeks with a paper check. No idea if this is still the case, but that’s the most recent info I could find. Would really appreciate it if anyone who has worked for this company recently could update me on this if it has changed!

What are the requirements to work for Dion Data?

You have to be able to type at least 60 words per minute and have a good understanding of how to use computers for basic things like navigating the Internet, emailing things with attachments and downloading files.

How does the application process work?

Dion has an application on their website you can download and fill out. They just want to know basic information about you as well as a little about your past work history, country of residence, and your typing speed. They get a lot of applications and state that they cannot respond to all of them. You are free to apply again with this data entry company if you haven’t heard back from them in a month.

Does Dion hire workers who live outside the United States?

When you apply, you’ll be asked if you’re a U.S. citizen and also whether or not you’re legally eligible to work in the U.S. if you’re not a citizen, so I’m guessing they do. You just have to be able to work here legally.

What do other people say about working for this data entry company?

Other people really seem to like the job, and I think the fact that they hire so rarely is a good indicator that they have a low turnover rate. Even though the rate of pay is not disclosed, their workers seem to be satisfied with what they get. I can find almost no negative comments about working for Dion Data.

Is applying to Dion Data worth it?

If you want to do data entry, I think it is worth it. However, don’t get too discouraged if you don’t hear back immediately — just apply again. There are a lot of people who have tried for as long as two years to get on with this data entry company and finally managed to make it in, and there are also people who have applied and heard back pretty quickly. So you never know! But yes, I think it’s very much worth your time to apply here if you want to do this sort of work.

Visit Dion Data’s website to learn more about the company and get started on your application.

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  1. Alicia says

    Hi Anna! I came across your blog through Pinterest I believe. This is a pretty old post but I decided to check Dion out and submit my application. I received a response a few hours later that they want me to start working for them.

  2. Letumile says

    Good day!

    Is this opportunity for Americans only?

    Would you please send me an email for DION

    By Letumile Selogilwe from Botswana (Southern Africa)

    • says

      I’m pretty sure it may be for Americans only … if you visit the link in my post to Dion Data, it should have the information to apply. But just a warning — I don’t know if they honestly ever hire.

  3. Marion says

    Just went to their website. They stated that they are not accepting any vendor applications after 12/1/12. Does anyone know if they are now accepting apps?

    • says

      I’m not sure Marion, but it doesn’t hurt to apply and see what happens. Unfortunately, I’ve never heard of anyone getting hired by this company. I applied myself over a year ago and haven’t heard back. But it never hurts to try.

      • says

        Patt – I can’t speak for anyone else, but I applied a LONG time ago and have still not heard back. I also type extremely fast. I am seriously beginning to wonder if this company is still in business or if they just absolutely never have a need for employees.

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