Review of the VoiceLog Work at Home Live Operator Job

VoiceLog is a company that occasionally hires people to work from home as independent contractors.

They have many well-known clients that they provide with verification and recording services. The company has been around for more than ten years and there are a few different VoiceLog work at home positions currently available.

I should mention that a lot of people seem to apply at VoiceLog and never hear anything back, so don't get your hopes up too high that you'll be contacted if you decide to apply.

Currently VoiceLog only hires U.S citizens living in the U.S.

Type of Work

The two types of work at home positions available at VoiceLog are Live Operator and Third Party Verification Agent.

The live operator “receives live verification calls for telephone companies and other service industries looking to help combat sales fraud.” The verification agent “listens to recordings of sales calls to determine if the sale is valid or if there is evidence of sales fraud or undue customer confusion.”

It appears that for the verification agent position, you must have strong listening competency for other languages although you need to be fluent in English. Note that both of these positions aren't always listed.

Pay

The live operators earn a guaranteed $8.50 to $9.50 an hour (bilingual or multilingual workers earn more than the minimum of $8.50 hourly).

The pay is not listed on the VoiceLog site for the verification agent position, but it does say that those agents are paid based on the number of calls reviewed, so that one isn't hourly.

VoiceLog pays twice a month, on the 8th and 22nd, via direct depost.

Scheduling

VoiceLog appears to have a fairly flexible scheduling system for their live operators. You can schedule yourself for 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 hour blocks, whatever works best for you.

There is no scheduling info listed for the verification agents on the site, so I'm curious as to how that one works. Since that one is pay per call reviewed, maybe there is no “set” schedule?

Training

There is a training period to go through before you begin working, which takes roughly two to four days to complete. You are not paid for training.

Minimum Requirements

For the VoiceLog work at home live operator position, the job description says it is required that you have at least one year of customer service experience.

However, this is contradicted in their FAQ where it says that experience is not necessary but it is helpful. So you may want to go ahead and apply even if you don't have prior customer service experience. It is also necessary to be able to provide a quiet home office setting.

No past customer service experience is necessary. VoiceLog seeks candidates who are detail-oriented, very computer literate, with typing and transcription accuracy.

Tech Requirements For VoiceLog Work at Home

For the live operator position:

  • Personal computer running Microsoft 2000, XP, Vista or 7or MAC OS X
  • At least 2 Gigabytes of RAM
  • CPU (processor) of at least a Pentium 4 1.6 GHz or higher
  • Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher
  • Microsoft Word, Excel and a working printer
  • Paid e-mail provider that allows enough space to receive fairly large documents
  • Reliable DSL or Cable HIGH SPEED Internet access (dialup or satellite not acceptable)
  • Current anti-virus software and Ad-Ware software
  • AOL Instant Messenger account
  • A dedicated land line phone

For the verification agent position:

  • Pentium-class computer with a minimum of 1 Gigabyte of RAM and capable of running Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher, sound card, speakers and printer
  • High speed Internet access – DSL, ISDN, cable or satellite (regular dial-up not acceptable)

Feedback

Doing a search on WAHM.com for VoiceLog work at home jobs will provide you with a list of many different threads.

What you'll notice is that most of these are just people sharing the lead and/or asking for more information about the company. There appears to be some info about the live operator position online but precious little on the verification agent position.

I did read some negative things about VoiceLog. Some people complain about high call volume and little time for breaks. Also, hours are occasionally cut unexpectedly. Glassdoor has many more reviews if you'd like to read them.

Where to Apply

If you would like to apply for the VoiceLog work at home live operator position, you can go here. Good luck!

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5 thoughts on “Review of the VoiceLog Work at Home Live Operator Job”

  1. yeah, if you honestly want to work from home for a really legitimate company with nice pay, Voicelog is it…gotta admit. I presently work for them. I prefer the 6 hour shift because I am paying a car note monthly. training is two days. it’s a cool at-home job if you know how to read directly from various scripts pertaining to different companies that will automatically come across your screen. right now, if you apply on their website, they’ll almost instant reply back the next day, if not within two days max. perfect at-home job for the unemployed or the retiree.

    • I recently received an email message from them asking that I complete a computer scan. I completed the scan and submitted the information. Do you know how long it takes to hear back from them after that process.

  2. Well, i have to say that voicelog is legit, the job pays 8.50 per hour regardless how many calls you get, you have the option of scheduling one hour shifts ..you can work four hours straight but have to take a 30 minute break in between,then work four more if you want. weekly theres a max of 35 hours that you can schedule to work.. over all is great company you have support via chat with aol..if any questions let me know.

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