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Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by hausadreturn(m): 12:10pm On Jun 26
salt1:


Can someone answer please? The older members are just talking jargon
Oh, c'mon!
What the hell!!!
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by eClaireJacy(f): 12:24pm On Jun 26
Please how do we know the calls belonging to the funding circle people are talking about?
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by drawnobet(m): 12:27pm On Jun 26
eClaireJacy:
Please how do we know the calls belonging to the funding circle people are talking about?

Any call more than about 1hr30mins for a 5min audio has issues. That's where you find iWyze and FC

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Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by eClaireJacy(f): 12:34pm On Jun 26
drawnobet:


Any call more than about 1hr30mins for a 5min audio has issues. That's where you find iWyze and FC

Please I'm still new to this, is Funding Circle same as iWyze abi FC? I'm seeing calls of about 1.6mins as I just logged and I don't want to start off on a wrong note please.
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by drawnobet(m): 12:39pm On Jun 26
eClaireJacy:


Please I'm still new to this, is Funding Circle same as iWyze abi FC? I'm seeing calls of about 1.6mins as I just logged and I don't want to start off on a wrong note please.
You don't have to worry about Funding Circle yet. All the calls you will be seeing for now are short calls. If you do well in those then you'll start seeing the long calls.
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by somehow: 12:42pm On Jun 26
I had to step aside after 5 low ratings at a go.
raybaba97:

still rejected even after I used prorate and modified as about to you asked about..
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by eClaireJacy(f): 12:48pm On Jun 26
drawnobet:
You don't have to worry about Funding Circle yet. All the calls you will be seeing for now are short calls. If you do well in those then you'll start seeing the long calls.

Okay. Thank you.
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by raybaba97(m): 2:04pm On Jun 26
eClaireJacy:


Hey.. I was able to take a screen shot of these before the other thread was taken down. I Hope it helps you.
Thank you.
It helped immensely and I figured out what I was doing wrong.

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Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by psyqs(m): 2:10pm On Jun 26
mcjibs22:
Qa-world is becoming strict. With there cheap pay rate

Scribes is far better.

Mtis.
Oga come and explain this scribes abeg.
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by Playz(m): 3:20pm On Jun 26
I'm new here and I'd like to start transcribing. Can anyone please point me in the right direction?
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by PharmJohn88(m): 3:23pm On Jun 26
Let me go and sign up.
Great biz!
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by thunderfirebubu: 4:43pm On Jun 26
I failed d test.. Pls wat do I do next
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by drawnobet(m): 6:56pm On Jun 26
thunderfirebubu:
I failed d test.. Pls wat do I do next
Try again with another email but this time don't submit it without first sharing it here so that we can check your transcript and correct if need be.
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by drawnobet(m): 7:02pm On Jun 26
Playz:
I'm new here and I'd like to start transcribing. Can anyone please point me in the right direction?
You can get directions from the first post and some responses to newbies on how to onboard. Should you however have a unique enquiry after following the steps, you can share it here. We would be more than happy to help

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Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by thorrvik55(m): 7:46pm On Jun 26
Who has that I'm returning a call from David test clip (clip 6) should drop it, so those dat want to register can use it...

hausadreturn , do u have it??
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by hausadreturn(m): 8:20pm On Jun 26
thorrvik55:
Who has that I'm returning a call from David test clip (clip 6) should drop it, so those dat want to register can use it...

hausadreturn , do u have it??
I'm returning a call from David.
Hi, David. In your message, you mentioned not being able to log into the platform.
We have a forgot password link on the signup page.
But I can also reset your password.
Which would you prefer? Great.
So, you'll receive an email in the next few seconds with instructions. If you don't see it, check your spam folder.
I also noticed you have a pending invoice, but in an account credit that you haven't used.
Would you like me to apply your credit to the invoice?
That would lower your bill by $15.
Great. I'll do that now.

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Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by thorrvik55(m): 8:43pm On Jun 26
I'm returning a call from David.
Hi, David. In your message, you mentioned not being able to log into the platform.
We have a forgot password link on the signup page.
But I can also reset your password.
Which would you prefer? Great.
So, you'll receive an email in the next few seconds with instructions. If you don't see it, check your spam folder.
I also noticed you have a pending invoice, but in an account credit that you haven't used.
Would you like me to apply your credit to the invoice?
That would lower your bill by $15.
Great. I'll do that now.


If you've applied before and you failed the transcription test, to apply again u need to use a new email. Once u apply again and u are directed to where u will take the test, simply refresh ur browser continuously till u see clip 6 (the test audio). Then copy and paste the quoted text above and submit.



N.B: Passing the transcription test is the easiest part

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Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by buklarbest(m): 10:30pm On Jun 26
drawnobet:
You can get directions from the first post and some responses to newbies on how to onboard. Should you however have a unique enquiry after following the steps, you can share it here. We would be more than happy to help


INTERESTED BRO

I followed the link you provided for the paypal stuff but it's not UAE or lesotho but South Africa paypal acct ,hope it's gonna work .
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by thorrvik55(m): 10:36pm On Jun 26
buklarbest:



INTERESTED BRO

I followed the link you provided for the paypal stuff but it's not UAE or lesotho but South Africa paypal acct ,hope it's gonna work .


Paypaldotcom/ls should take u to d Lesotho own...

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Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by fennels007(m): 1:57am On Jun 27
Is this the first test?

Hey, yeah, so you asked about discounts? We don't really offer any to our monthly members, but we do have 5% discount off the annual package, considering you've been a member for nine months and might make sense to switch over to in the annual package, we can prorate the previous nine months. Is that something you'd be interested in? Happy to make that change for you.[font=Lucida Sans Unicode][/font]
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by drawnobet(m): 6:26am On Jun 27
fennels007:

Is this the first test?

Hey, yeah, so you asked about discounts? We don't really offer any to our monthly members, but we do have 5% discount off the annual package, considering you've been a member for nine months and might make sense to switch over to in the annual package, we can prorate the previous nine months. Is that something you'd be interested in? Happy to make that change for you.[font=Lucida Sans Unicode][/font]

Yeah. It's only one test to get onboard. Did this work for you? If it didn't, you can always open a new email and check thorrvik55 and hausadreturn 's posts above for a surefire way to onboard
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by Blackmiserable: 8:47am On Jun 27
drawnobet:
Yes you can be self employed anywhere you are in the country transcribing for a living.

This thread will teach you everything you need to know to start up and the tools needed to deliver the goods.

You would need

1. A PC, tab or mobile phone
2. Affordable internet connection
3. Good head phones
4 Good command of English

Everything else can be learned on this thread. For those of us who have already started transcribing, we're welcome to share our ideas here so that this can be our online community.

To avoid this thread being banned, kindly let us adhere to all the rules of Nairaland.

Should we want to share screenshots, kindly let's block the company and important call info.

Also all forms of advertising is prohibited and will be reported.

If I follow the guide here

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1L1TiijdFxxx81cj8a1q5rXZAjeidcQyC/view

You mean, I'd be able to cash out from PayPal to my bank account?
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by Blackmiserable: 9:01am On Jun 27
drawnobet:
You can get directions from the first post and some responses to newbies on how to onboard. Should you however have a unique enquiry after following the steps, you can share it here. We would be more than happy to help

Sir this tutorial

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1L1TiijdFxxx81cj8a1q5rXZAjeidcQyC/view

Is as comprehensive as it gets.

You mean, I'd be able to cash out from PayPal to my bank account if I followed the guide there?

However, what I am not getting is how UBA International Africard comes into the picture. When the guide talks of linking debit and credit card, how do I get the verification code if I link the UBA Africard, and will it work?

Seems the info is a bit outdated.
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by drawnobet(m): 9:50am On Jun 27
Blackmiserable:


Sir this tutorial

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1L1TiijdFxxx81cj8a1q5rXZAjeidcQyC/view

Is as comprehensive as it gets.

You mean, I'd be able to cash out from PayPal to my bank account if I followed the guide there?

However, what I am not getting is how UBA International Africard comes into the picture. When the guide talks of linking debit and credit card, how do I get the verification code if I link the UBA Africard, and will it work?

Seems the info is a bit outdated.

The info is up to date.

Yes, you will be able to cashout to your prepaid card if you follow the info.

It details the steps to getting a PP account that will accept withdrawals. The notifications for transactions on the Africard will be send to your mobile phone so that is where your verification code will be sent to. You can use another bank card to verify for now and get the Africard when you want to make your withdrawal.

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Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by abdeiz(m): 11:08am On Jun 27
drawnobet:


The info is up to date.

Yes, you will be able to cashout to your prepaid card if you follow the info.

It details the steps to getting a PP account that will accept withdrawals. The notifications for transactions on the Africard will be send to your mobile phone so that is where your verification code will be sent to. You can use another bank card to verify for now and get the Africard when you want to make your withdrawal.

Please how much would PayPal deduct after verifying the account? I want to avoid using my main account by transferring the approximate amount to a lesser priority account. Thanks.
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by Blackmiserable: 11:10am On Jun 27
drawnobet:


The info is up to date.

Yes, you will be able to cashout to your prepaid card if you follow the info.

It details the steps to getting a PP account that will accept withdrawals. The notifications for transactions on the Africard will be send to your mobile phone so that is where your verification code will be sent to. You can use another bank card to verify for now and get the Africard when you want to make your withdrawal.

Thank you very much for your input. Is there a way to check the balance on the card?
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by drawnobet(m): 12:24pm On Jun 27
abdeiz:


Please how much would PayPal deduct after verifying the account? I want to avoid using my main account by transferring the approximate amount to a lesser priority account. Thanks.
I think close to 800 Naira but just make sure you have like 2k on the card cos the fee for the card too will be deducted. It's 1050 Naira

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Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by drawnobet(m): 12:24pm On Jun 27
Blackmiserable:


Thank you very much for your input. Is there a way to check the balance on the card?


Yes. There is a platform online where you can see all the transactions on the prepaid card
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by abdeiz(m): 1:22pm On Jun 27
drawnobet:
I think close to 800 Naira but just make sure you have like 2k on the card cos the fee for the card too will be deducted. It's 1050 Naira

Okay thanks
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by Prinss: 9:55pm On Jun 27
drawnobet:


You are not opening a UBA account. You just need to get their Africard. Go with a passport photo and your ID to get it same day, but make sure you tell them that you want the international one

You can actually use your MasterCard and other banks Visa cards or even virtual cards to withdraw to your bank account but we have found out that the Africard works best.

You can start work right away after opening the Lesotho or UAE PayPal even before adding your card. You can even start before opening your PayPal account. All you need do is indicate the email you will be using for the paypal account on the platform and start work. If the paypal account is yet to be opened and you get sent a payment, paypal will send you a notification mail. It is just advisable that you get it all up and running before you start.

But the link provided is about how to open a south african paypal acct. But here you are referring to lesotho and UAE are they same or...??
Re: Self Employment Opportunity: Transcribing For A Living In Nigeria by thorrvik55(m): 10:00pm On Jun 27
Prinss:


But the link provided is about how to open a south african paypal acct. But here you are referring to lesotho and UAE are they same or...??

As a Nigerian u can't withdraw with ur Nigerian PayPal account that's why u need to create either a Lesotho, UAE or South Africa PayPal account, so u can withdraw ur funds here in Nigeria without any hassle...

Whichever one u prefer to open is fine, just don't open a Nigerian one. Me sha, I make use of a Lesotho PayPal account...

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