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Afton Dora ObjectiveTo apply my education and experience with in a professional business environment. Education2001-2003 Everest College Rancho Cucamonga, Ca •Associate of Science in Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) •Graduated April 26, 2003 •Relevant Course work and skill: Ms WordMs Power Point OutlookMs Excel Typing 35 wpm10 Key by touch Experience2007-Present Luxottica Group Port Washington, NY Accounts Receivable •Processed customers payments in a timely manner •Answered customers questions about their monthly statements •Researched customer charge back questions. •Processed customer request for copies of statements or other request 2006-2007 Western States Wholesale Ontario, Ca Customer Service/Inside Sales •Processed orders/data entry •Helped customers in choosing the right product for their needs •Handled customer complaints, questions, and returns •Scheduled customer orders for delivery •Processed monthly flyers for company specials 2005-2006 Source Interlink Ontario, Ca Customer Service •Processed orders/data entry •Processed reports for customers •Invoice auditing •Handled customer complaints and questions with follow-ups ReferenceAvailable Upon Request

Asked By: sweetone12 - 7/25/2010
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Answered By: Chris - 7/25/2010
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1. objective work on it. Its too general. If you are looking for customer service job say that...if you want accounting job say that other wise it sound like you will take anything. So just change the objective with the type of position you are applying for... More
Answered By: h k - 7/25/2010
It's pretty good... More
Answered By: Fred S - 7/25/2010
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Answered By: BuffaloWings - 7/25/2010
In your objective "with in" should be "within". Consider tailoring your objective for the specific type of job you're going after. For example: To find a career in the Human Resources department of a Fortune 500 company... More
Answered By: Nutter B - 7/25/2010
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