k i need help i want to start working but i dont wnat to put my kids in daycare yet. so i have a couple of questions
what company do u work for? what do u do? how much do u ear, right now anything is good lol. i just wanted to be a legit company and for it to be flexible!
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Answer by IraqiVetWife at 8:51 PM on Sep. 29, 2009
what company do u work for? Ameriplan USA
what do u do? There are 2 parts to what we do. 1.) Help people to save money with the nations leading discount health & dental plans, plans to help them save on everyday shopping and even a plan to help them save on legal and roadside assistance. 2.) Help people work from home with a company that offers residual income and benefits.
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