The Massive List of 100+ Legit Work From Home & Flexible Jobs

Are you looking for legit work from home jobs? If so, you are in luck! Today, I've published a HUGE list of 111 opportunities to consider.

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111 Legit Work From Home & Flexible Jobs

Chat Agent Jobs

  • The Chat Shop – Read The Chat Shop review – Hires people in some US states and the UK to handle chats from home for various businesses.
  • Ana Luisa – Hybrid (must in NYC). Sometimes hiring work at home chat agents (you will also be responding to emails). Phone work is not mentioned. Full-time, seasonal work. You must have at least a few years of experience in live chat support.
  • Signet Jewelers – Jewelry Expert. Full time. Seasonal. You will assist with sales and customer service needs through a chat platform or video interaction. Must have some past customer service experience. Pays $16 hourly.
  • 1A Auto – Customer Service Rep. US. Full-time. The Customer Service Representative has direct interaction with customers via email/chat and is responsible for recommending products, resolving inquiries and processing of orders. High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and two to three years related customer service experience in a high volume environment /or equivalent combination of education and experience. Pay rate not given but they are offering a $1500 sign-on bonus.
  • Drips – Chatroom operator. US. $10 to $13 per hour, part time positions listed as 18-24 hours per week. The listing states that you must be able to come to Akron, Ohio for 3 days of training, but does not specify that you have to live in that area. Background check required.

See more chat jobs.

Social Media Management & Moderation Jobs

  • Crisp Thinking – Read Crisp Thinking review – Open to US and UK. Work from home jobs as an independent contractor, providing moderation and community management services to Crisp Thinking's clients. Earnings may be between $10 and $15 hourly.
  • ICUC – Read ICUC Moderation review – Open worldwide. You need to be able to work in English and also another language to qualify as a community manger or social media moderator for ICUC. You may earn between $10 and $18 hourly depending on your experience.
  • Metaverse – Read Metaverse review – Open worldwide. Virtual work providing community support/moderation services to Metaverse's clients. They have different jobs posted on their site at different times. Flexible scheduling.
  • The Social Element – Read The Social Element review – Open worldwide. Work-at-home as an engagement specialist or moderator for many well-known clients via The Social Element (formerly known as eModeration).
  • VIMWorld – Social Media & Community Manager. US. Full-time. Must be open to working any and all hours since they stress they are a 24/7 company and social media never sleeps. You need 2-4 years managing the social media content strategy across multiple channels and experience creating unique content for channels including Instagram, Reddit, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. According to's salary estimates, you may earn between $47,000 and $60,000 a year.
  • RocketVox – Social Media Jockey. US. Part time. Jobs involves updating and writing content for all different types of social media platforms. Salary and profit sharing and bonus opportunities. Bachelor's degree in communications is required.

See more work at home moderation jobs.

Mystery Shopping

  • ARC Consulting – Read ARC Consulting review – Open to US and some other countries. They have a lot of phone mystery shoppers, which is ideal if you would prefer not to leave your home to do mystery shopping.
  • BestMark – Read BestMark Review –  One of the best known mystery shopping companies around. They have a great reputation, and have been in the business for a very long time. 
  • GAPbuster – Read GAPbuster review – US and possibly other countries. They are regularly looking for people with internet access who are reliable and observant to do mystery shops for them.
  • Second to None – Read Second to None review – Open to US and Canada. Sign up and gain access to their national job board of mystery shopping assignments.
  • Market Force – Read Market Force review – This is one of the most popular of the top 10 mystery shopping companies I have listed. Has several fast food shops.

See more mystery shopping companies.

Networks For Freelancers

  • Fiverr – Read Fiverr review – Open worldwide. List anything you'll do for $5. Also check out this post with tips from top Fiverr sellers. This is one of the biggest freelance markets around, and a great place for beginners to get their feet wet.
  • Upwork – Read Upwork review – Open worldwide. Easily the most popular freelance network, formerly known as oDesk. You have to complete your worker profile, seek out remote jobs that interest you, and then bid on them. Be careful because not all jobs listed on Upwork are legit.
  • People Per Hour – Open worldwide but with a focus on US/UK. Submit proposals for freelance jobs you'd like to do or create hourlies posting what you can get done in an hour and for how much. Pays in bank transfer or Paypal.

Pet Sitting

  • Rover – Read Rover review – This is a service that allows dog owners to connect with professional pet sitters. If you are looking to start doing pet sitting to earn additional, or even full-time, income, Rover might be a way to get going with that. If Rover approves your profile, you'll be listed in their database of pet sitters. You keep 80% of the earnings from the jobs you land through Rover.
  • Wag – This is similar to Rover (above) but with a focus on walking pets. You will have to submit to a criminal background check before being accepted as a walker/sitter.

See more pet sitting companies.

Phone Jobs – Customer Service

  • Alorica – Read Alorica review – US only. Employee position offering some benefits. Most agents earn between $8.50 and $9 hourly. This company was formerly known as West at Home.
  • Amazon – Read Amazon work from home review – US only, varying states. Amazon often has seasonal virtual jobs. These are customer service positions open to different states. I most often see these around the holidays. Pay is typically $10 or more with opportunities for bonuses.
  • Answer First – Read Answer First review – Legit work from home providing customer service to Answer First's clients. Training is paid, interview takes place in-office.
  • Capital One – Read Capital One review – US only, typically limited to specific cities and/or states. This is an employee position that typically asks for at least 2 years of past customer service experience. Per Glassdoor, reps earn around $27K per year. You will have to type “work at home” in the keyword box on the jobs page to see what home-based positions are available currently.
  • Carnival Cruise Lines – Read Carnival Cruise Lines review – US only, often limited to just Florida. This company occasionally has work at home reservation rep openings. In most cases, you work out of the main office for a while prior to  working from home. The position is not always listed, so you'll just have to look under their customer service category on the jobs page for their website to see if there are home-based openings.
  • Concentrix – Read Concentrix review – US. Employee positions. Work in the Concentrix virtual contact center and earn $9.50 hourly. There are no fees to start.
  • – Read – US only, various states. This a home-based job allowing you to provide customer service to's customers via phone. Pay may be between $10 and $15 hourly and training is paid.
  • Intuit – Read Intuit review – US and occasionally Canada. Work at home tax support openings are often available. This is phone work. Pay rate not listed, but I have seen some old job postings stating that it is in the teens.
  • Kelly Services – Read Kelly Services review – US only. Work at home jobs providing customer service to Kelly's clients. This is more of a staffing agency because they work with many well-known companies that use Kelly to find workers.
  • Enterprise Rent-a-Car – Reservation Sales Reps. Different US locations (varies). Full-time. You will handle 80-100 incoming back to back calls daily to book quality reservations for three brands worldwide. Requires at least one past year of sales or call center experience. Benefits offered. Pay is $17.25 hourly.
  • LiveOps – Read LiveOps review – US only. This is independent contractor work and pay is per minute of talk time. Of all the remote phone jobs out there, this one some of the most flexible scheduling.
  • Foundever – They hire work at home customer service reps in many areas nationwide to aid their clients. Full or part-time positions available. This is also an employee job offering some benefits.
  • Working Solutions – Read Working Solutions review – US only. Provides customer service, but also occasionally sales and tech support services for their clients. Earn between $9 and $30 hourly, depending on the program. Independent contractor position.
  • XACT Telesolutions – Read XACT Telesolutions review – US only, varying states. You work at home handling inbound calls, chats, and emails for XACT's clients. Pay is advertised to start at $9 hourly, but could go up to as much as $15.

See a big list of work at home phone jobs and also customer service jobs from home that may be hiring now.

Phone Jobs – Sales & Telemarketing

  • Brighten Communications – Read Brighten Communications review – US only. Virtual work doing lead generation, appointment setting, and other sales related calls from home. Pay is weekly, either hourly or commission depending on which is greatest.
  • I Dial U – US only. The work involves lead generation for automotive and mortgage companies. Pay is listed at $11 hourly.
  • Institute of Reading Development – Read Institute of Reading Development review – US only. Work at home jobs as a sales/enrollment coordinator for this company. It's an independent contractor position with paid training. Your earnings will depend on performance.
  • Paragon Planners – Read Paragon Planners review – AZ, CA, CO, ID, KY, MI, MN, MO, NC, OH, OR, SC, TX, UT & WI. Legit work from home doing scheduling and appointment setting for this company as an employee. Work up to 35 hours per week.
  • Telerecruitment – Blood Donor Recruiters. Anywhere in the US. Must have at least one year of outbound telemarketing or phone experience. You'll also need 2 years of customer service or sales experience. A quiet workplace with a wired internet connection is required. Pay ranges $15 – $18 / hour.
  • HotelPlanner – Reservation Agents. Work from anywhere. Flexible schedule, can be full-time or part-time. If you accept a call which results in a hotel booking, you earn a commission based on the booking profit after the guest checks out. You are paid twice per month, via check, or direct deposit. They state you may earn between $10 and $30 hourly.

Phone Jobs – Other

  • Aira – Read Aira review – This is a way to help the blind and visually impaired complete everyday tasks and also get paid. You must be a US resident and you will work as an independent contractor. Pay is rumored to be around $15 hourly.
  • Causeworx – Canada and US. Most often they only hire Canadian residents, but there is an occasional need for US-based workers. The work involves tele-fundraising, calling on behalf of various Canadian non-profits. While this is cold calling, you are contacting people who have already opted in to be called. Contract work paying around $20 hourly plus incentives, in Canadian dollars.
  • Yardi Matrix – Read Yardi Matrix review – US only. Phone mystery shopping paying around minimum wage. Employee position and seasonal. No experience is required to start these work from home jobs, though you do have to take a test.

Search Engine Evaluation

  • TELUS – Read TELUS review – Open worldwide. Work at home jobs doing search engine evaluation and other types of short tasks for this company. Lots of non-phone work.
  • Appen – Open worldwide. Many different projects going on at different times. Opportunities range from simple surveys that can be completed in less than one hour to on-going projects that last for months or longer.
  • – Open worldwide. Another reputable company with different types of task-based, crowd work you can participate in. What is available changes all the time.
  • WeLocalize – Many Remote Positions. Worldwide. WeLocalize has a ton of freelance, contract positions that are at-home open right now. Better yet, many of these are open to multiple countries, not just the United States. I see listings here for ads quality raters, interpreters, content editors, search quality raters, and more.

See more search engine evaluation jobs.

Selling Your Stuff

  • Spreadshirt – Read Spreadshirt review – A fun way to design T-shirts (funny slogans or your own creative designs) and then sell them, earning a profit! Spreadshirt does the hard work of shipping and customer service for you.
  • Amazon Handmade – Read Amazon Handmade review – Amazon's answer to Etsy. If you have crafts to sell online, this is something to use instead of, or in addition to Etsy to help maximize your profits. You must apply to be considered to sell there.
  • eBay – Read eBay review – Open worldwide. Most people are familiar with eBay, considering how long it's been one of the most popular ways to sell your stuff online. It remains as popular as ever, and it's still a great work at home option if you can learn to get it to work for you.

See more ways to sell your stuff online.

Transcription Jobs

  • 3 Play Media – Read 3 Play Media review – US only. Must have college degree. This is more transcript editing than actual transcription. It is an independent contractor position.
  • Allegis – Read Allegis Transcription review – US only. Work from home doing insurance transcription for Allegis. A minimum of 2 years of past transcription experience is required. Allegis is also one of many jobs that pay weekly.
  • Babbletype – Read Babbletype review – Must be a native English speaker. Work from home jobs doing different types of transcription work for Babbletype's clients. Payments are made weekly via Paypal.
  • CastingWords – Read CastingWords review – US only. Work at home doing short transcription tasks for CastingWords. Payments are made via Paypal. Flexible work, allowing you to work anytime provided they have tasks available for you to complete.
  • CrowdSurf – Read CrowdSurf review – Sign up for CrowdSurf via the Work Market platform and earn money doing short transcription tasks. No prior experience is necessary and your schedule is flexible. May just be part-time income.
  • Daily Transcription – Read Daily Transcription review – US and Canada. This company provides transcription services to the entertainment, corporate, and legal industries. They hire transcribers to work at home on an as-needed basis.
  • Landmark Associates – Read Landmark Associates review – Open to North American applicants only. This company looks for experienced transcribers, and a skills test must be completed before you're hired. The company claims to pay twice monthly via direct deposit.
  • Literably – Read Literably review – Open worldwide. Work from home transcribing grade school students reading aloud. It's possible to earn $10 or more hourly once you build up speed and learn what you're doing. You must be at least 18 years old and neither live in, nor score from, the states of CA, CT, MA, MT, NE, or NJ.
  • Net Transcripts – Read Net Transcripts review – US only. Work at home doing law enforcement transcription. Pay is made monthly and some past experience may be required depending on the position.
  • Quicktate – Read Quicktate review – Open worldwide, though you must have a tax identification number to apply no matter where you live. A background check is also done. This company has been around for a long time and they are also very beginner-friendly.
  • Way With Words – Read Way With Words review – Open worldwide. Work from home doing transcription for Way With Words. They may up to $57 per audio hour. Note this is not the same as a regular hour, considering that one hour of audio can take you 2-3 hours to complete. They prefer people with experience.
  • Scribie – Read Scribie review – Scribie offers only $10 per audio hour, which is not much. When you apply, you'll have to take a transcription test before you're “in.” Scribie pays via Paypal and you only need $1 in your account to cash out, which makes me think this might be a good go-to site when you need some extra cash in a pinch.
  • eScribers – Legal Transcribers. US only. Contract work, set your own schedule, past transcription or legal transcription experience not needed. Pay is weekly with the salary estimated at between $12 and $20 hourly.
  • LegalProofs – Legal & General Transcribers. May be open worldwide, but US English grammar is required. Flexible schedule and very entry-level. For legal transcription, you are paid per page. For general transcription, you are paid per hour. Rate is not given.
  • HappyScribe – Transcriptionists. Worldwide! For this position, you'll need to pass an assessment test. If chosen, you'll then be able to select transcription jobs from their site. How much you make will depend on the quality and speed of your transcription, as well as the jobs you choose. Their top earners make around $2,300 per month.

See more work at home transcription jobs.

Translation & Interpretation Jobs

  • Smartling – Read Smartling review – Possibly open worldwide. Work from home jobs doing freelance translation as an independent contractor for this company. Get paid every 15 days for your accepted work.
  • Rev – Read Rev reviewThis is one of the better known work from home translation jobs. You can choose which jobs you want to work on and you are able to set a flexible schedule. Pay is delivered weekly via Paypal. 
  • Stepes – Join their network of translators and work within their app or from your computer.
  • – If you are multilingual, you can work whenever and wherever you want with They pay per word.

See more work from home translator jobs.

Online Education Jobs

  • Measurement, Inc. – Read Measurement, Inc. review – US only. Regularly hiring remote scorers to read/evaluate essays, open-ended questions, and more. It's project-based, temporary work requiring a bachelor's degree. Flexible schedule.
  • PrepNow – Read PrepNow review – US only. This company hires people to work at home jobs tutoring students for tests like the SAT, ACT, and PSAT. You must have at least two years of past teaching or tutoring experience as well as either a composite 28 on the ACT or a 650 on the SAT Math and SAT Verbal/CR. A bachelor's degree from a 4-year accredited school is also required.
  • – Read review – US and Canada. Work at home tutoring students online. Flexible schedule. Earn between $9 and $13 hourly.
  • Marco Learning – Read Marco Learning review – Hiring remote graders. Flexible work. Starting pay is $14 hourly.
  • Hoot Reading – Provide personalized 1:1 reading support to emerging readers and help change their lives through literacy. Flexible. Earn extra money.
  • Studypool – Homework Helpers. Worldwide. Must either be a college student or already graduated college to qualify. Flexible. They claim some of their tutors earn thousands a month, but this will depend on a variety of factors.
  • Remind Tutoring – Online Tutors. US except for CA, CT, MA, NH, NJ, or VT. This position requires that you are either a certified teacher with at least a year of teaching experience in the classroom or have several years of math tutoring experience. You can work when you want, but you need to be able to have at least two free hours per week to tutor.
  • IvyMath – Math Tutors. US. Must commit to at least 15 hours per week, but you set your own schedule. All sessions are run via Zoom and are 1-1 online, with students in grades 2 – 12. You must have previous K-12 math tutoring or teaching experience. According to some old job postings, you may be able to earn around $22 hourly.

See more online tutoring jobs and work at home test scoring jobs.

Virtual Assistant Jobs

  • Belay Solutions – Read Belay Solutions review – US only. This company was formerly known as EA Help. They hire US-based virtual assistant to work at home assisting their clients. It's a contract position requiring experience, and a bachelor's degree is preferred. Rate of pay is not listed, but some people are may consider it a part-time income.
  • Time Etc. – Read Time Etc. review – Open to US and UK. Work as a virtual assistant from home for Time Etc. as a freelancer. They require at least 2-3 years of relevant experience. Pay is monthly via Paypal, and pay starts at $17 hourly.
  • Boldly – Read Boldly review – Open to US and UK. Work from home jobs doing administrative tasks for Worldwide101's clients. Pay may be between $15 and $20 hourly.
  • $99 Social – Read $99 Social review – This is the kind of VA job where your primary duties involve updating and managing social media accounts. Most people seem to make around $12 hourly, but that’s not set in stone.
  • VA Sumo – US and Canada. Hires remote personal assistants to help clients with a variety of tasks, including writing, transcription, graphic design, social media, and more.
  • Wing – Virtual Assistants. Several countries. Full-time. Mostly entry-level, but you'll need to be comfortable/familiar using online software like spreadsheets, calendars, scheduling tools, etc. Rate of pay not listed.

See more virtual assistant jobs.

Website Usability Testing – QA Testing

  • UserTesting – Read UserTesting review – Open worldwide, but you must be able to get paid via Paypal. Earn $10 per successful test. Tests are available on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Enroll – Read Enroll review – Possibly open worldwide. Sign up and take short little usability tests when they are available. Definitely just an extra cash opportunity.
  • Testbirds – Read Testbirds review – Open worldwide. Earn money in your spare time testing out new software for this company
  • MyCrowd – Another software testing company focused almost exclusively on searching for bugs. Most jobs only pay if you manage to find a bug that hasn’t already been found by another user, and this practice introduces a competitive element where workers are racing to see who can find the bugs first. Pay varies significantly from job to job.

See more usability testing companies.

Writing Jobs

  • BKA Content – Read BKA Content review – US only. Must commit to writing 10-15 articles per week. Work whenever you want. They require all writers be at college-level with their writing abilities.
  • Constant Content – Read Constant Content review – Open worldwide. This is an article marketplace that allows you to create articles on any topic and then list them for sale, setting your own rates.
  • Online Writing Jobs – Read Online Writing Jobs review – Open to US only. Work on writing projects and earn between $10 and $27 per project. Pay is on the low side. Payouts are made weekly via Paypal.
  • Talent, Inc. – Read Talent, Inc. review – Possibly open worldwide. Get paid to work at home, writing resumes for Talent, Inc. clients. They pay twice monthly via Paypal, and it's an independent contractor position.
  • WordGigs – Read WordGigs review – US only. This is a content site that uses freelance writers to create content for their clients. Pay is on the low side.
  • ResumeSpice – Resume Writers. Anywhere in the US. Must have full MS Word proficiency, as well as strong verbal/written communication skills and an understanding of various industries and job functions. Pay rate is unknown.
  • ShoutVox – Freelance Content Writers. Anywhere in the US. Must have understanding of SEO and MS Office proficiency, as well as excellent writing skills and ability to adhere to strict deadlines.
  • Perfect Search – Freelance Writers. May be open worldwide. The ideal candidate has exceptional writing skills, a keen eye for detail, a passion for nailing brand voice, and takes direction well. The number of assignments per month may vary based on needs. They're looking for writers who can be flexible and adaptable.

See more places that pay you to write.

ESL (English Second Language) Tutoring & Teaching

  • Cambly – Read Cambly Review – Possibly open worldwide. Earn money video chatting with non-English speakers to help them learn conversational English. Earn .17 cents per minute of chatting time. Payments are made weekly.
  • Englishunt – Read Englishunt Review – US only. Remote jobs tutoring non-English speakers in English. You must have teaching or substitute teaching certification as well as a 4-year college degree.
  • iTalki – Read iTalki Review – Open worldwide. Set your own prices and earn extra money teaching ESL on iTalki.
  • Learnlight – Read Learnlight Review – Open worldwide. Teach foreign languages from anywhere. This company was formerly known as ISUS. Experience and a foreign language teaching qualification are required.
  • Berlitz – They seem to hire tutors for several different languages specialties. You need exceptional skills in both your native language and the foreign language you plan to specialize in, but there are no special education requirements. Pay isn’t disclosed anymore, but used to be $13 hourly. 

See more ways to teach English online.


  • Shipt – Read Shipt review – US only, specific locations. Earn money shopping for, and delivering groceries to people in your area.
  • DoorDash – Read DoorDash review – US only. Earn up to $25 an hour delivering food orders to people. Keep 100% of your tips and set your own schedule.
  • Instacart – Read Instacart review – US only. Personal grocery shoppers. Not remote, but flexible work you can do whenever you want. Pay is weekly via Paypal or direct deposit. According to Glassdoor, you'll earn between $10 and $15 hourly doing this.
  • Amazon Flex – Read Amazon Flex review – US only, specific locations. Deliver packages for Amazon Flex and earn $18 to $25 hourly.

Miscellaneous Legit Work From Home Jobs

  • Airbnb – Read Airbnb review – Open worldwide. List your home as a rental and earn money. Not really a “job,” but depending on how attractive your home and location are, you could do well here.
  • AskWonder – Read AskWonder review – Open worldwide. This company offers work from home jobs doing  research on various topics and put together the answers in summary form. Flexible schedule. Flexible schedule, independent contractor work. The company claims some people earn up to $2K per month doing this. They always appear to be hiring, although many people do not make it in when they apply.
  • StitchFix – Read StitchFix Stylist review – US and UK only. Work at home as a personal shopper and curate clothing subscription boxes. Earn around $15 hourly.
  • Vericant – Read Vericant review – Open worldwide, though preference is given to applicants based in North America. This company hires you to listen to Chinese-speaking students speak English in videos and then rate them accordingly.
  • – Read review – Open worldwide. Sign up as a voice over artist and begin applying to posted jobs. The amount you earn varies greatly. It is dependent on many factors, including the length of the audio you're recording, your experience, etc.
  • Hampr – Laundry Washers. US. Set your own schedule doing laundry for others from your home. No degree or certification needed. Must have access to a smartphone, be able to pass a background check, access to a reliable vehicle, and own a washing machine that is at least 4.2 cubic feet. Washrs are paid 70% of the standard market rate* per load via weekly direct deposit.

And that wraps up our list! Good luck if you apply for any of the above!

Bonus Tip – Check FlexJobs For Even More Higher-Paying Remote Jobs

FlexJobs is one of my favorite sites to use for finding remote jobs and learning about new companies that hire remotely. Most of what I see there when I check the listings pays well above minimum wage!

The great thing about FlexJobs is that they guarantee ALL listings are scam-free. They list hundreds of jobs — all of which are either remote or flexible in nature — five days per week. There are also no ads on the site.

Because there are no ads, they do charge a membership fee since that is the only way they can see a return on their job-searching efforts. But it's cheap — you can sign up for for just a few dollars and get access for a few weeks to see the listings and figure out if it's for you.

If you sign up and don't like it, it's very easy to cancel right away so you are not billed again for the following month.

Go here to check out FlexJobs.

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11 thoughts on “The Massive List of 100+ Legit Work From Home & Flexible Jobs”

  1. Thanks Anna, i have been thru the whole list , so far i did not see anything that peaked my interest, Anna i`m an old lady , 73 to be exact, and just looking for a way to earn some extra money from home, i can do copy and paste, send emails , i am not sure of anything else, but i really need to find something, SOON. i will look into the FlexJobs site, might find something there.

  2. Awesome work Anna! I wanted to comment that, when a person signs up with FlexJobs, they get free skills training through ExpertRating.Companies working with FJ do look at skill ratings in a person’s profile. So it’s nice if someone has learned a skill but doesn’t have a certificate or diploma to show for it (some of us do well learning on the fly from books or workshops). CAVEAT – this was true when I was with them 1-2 years ago. Hope that hasn’t changed.

    And to brush up on skills or learn new ones, folks based here in the U.S. should also check training provided through their public library system. In Maryland, courses are free to library card holders when they access it through their county’s library website.

    I’m definitely sharing this list. Thanks so much!

  3. Thought I’d share, I am in the assessment process with Net Transcript, it’s very lengthy and time consuming, (Just warning ya!) and you have to pay for the background check. i think it was around $50.

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