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Is Central Coast Networking (CCN) legit?

I recently saw an ad for an e-receptionist posted by CCN, and am wondering if this entirely online company is legitimate. The pay seems good, and the work relatively easy, but I'm hesitant due to the fact that they require a $10 processing fee before beginning to put you to work. At the same time, I've seen a couple of testimonials that say the company is for real, and that the money one can make is genuine. Any info/help? Thanks!

Asked By: R.S. W - 6/25/2009
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First off, I'm not impatient. I'm a verified PayPal member. My payments are not delayed. It is now June 27, 3 full days since I've sent payment ( verified by PayPal ). I've sent an additional e-mail with no response. They were quick to respond when I was inquiring about the "job". Nothing but crickets since I sent... More
Answered By: Mike - 6/27/2009
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I just recently paid them the $10 fee. It's only been 24 hours since I sent payment - nothing yet in my e-mail. I will let you know if they are legitimate as soon as they respond to my payment and send me the "training manuals". Mike.
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Answered By: Mike - 6/25/2009
 
Hi am applying to one of CCN's jobs and I was wondering the same thing. Can you send me a message or email if you know whether it's legit or not?
Answered By: xxxxx - 6/26/2009
 
This place is the WORST! Did you send them any information on yourself? Did they send you anything in return other then their automated response page on what the job entails? DO NOT EVER work for this company! It is a complete scam - 2 friends of mine have already tried it. They take your money and then they run! I... More
Answered By: Not Lyin' - 6/26/2009
 
your immature. first off it takes more then 24 hours to process money online.2nd they probably have a bunch of training manuals to hang out. and 3rd dont bash a company just because of what 3 impatient people said. and then to post it on kjijiji. you need to grow up.
Answered By: pretty.beexo - 6/27/2009
 
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