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I can work from 8 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.

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The training is fast - no room for errors. While in training you are not allowed to go back into the program to study and prepare for the weekly tests. If you DO NOT get their program within the 8 hours of training, per day for the six weeks, and have a low score on the exam, you will get written-up and fired. Using only their program limits your ability as a travel agent/customer service rep., and you decided to further your career. You NEED the GDS training i.e., Sabre, Apollo, Amadeus in the event you should want to be a real Travel Agent and book air, hotel, leisure packages, etc. and not only book cruises.

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I would recommend this company for anyone who is interested in travel and working at home.

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Yes, you can get commision and/or straight hourly wage.

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Did virtual training

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Yes training is paid

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Yes, but you pay for it and reimbursed in part for it later.There are free cruises in the beginning, but they have strings attached to them as well, like in ports far away, which sometimes it is cheaper just to book one close to you.

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Eight hours

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90% remote operators

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The employee has to have a dedicated, high-speed internet phone line. WTH expects the employee to pay for this dedicated phone line with high speed internet service. That's right, out of your paycheck you also pay for that phone line that benefits the company. Something is wrong...Employee beware.

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