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Part Time Home Based Data Entry Jobs, Home Based Typing Work
Posted By: madhu9168
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2021
Remuneration: Best Offer
Simple Part Time Full Time Home Based Data Entry Jobs, Home Based Typing Jobs, Work At Home, Home Based SMS Sending Jobs, Home Based Data Entry Operator, Call Center Jobs, Branch Employs, Data Entry, Data Entry Typist For More details Call 07569385888 Or visit company website- www.evurionlinejobs.com
* You can earn money by spending 2-6 hours a day at home
* This work can be done from any location in india
* Should be at least Higher Secondary passed.
* Interested candidates APPLY NOW in company website- * Your payment will be transferred to your bank account which you register with us. www.evurionlinejobs.com
* It is not a target base job.
* Salary : Rs.8000 to Rs.17500 Per Months
For more details Call 07569385888 Or visit company websitewww.evurionlinejobs.com
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