Hiring customer support representatives!

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Marina Pashkova
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Hiring customer support representatives!

Postby Marina Pashkova » 11 Mar 2009

Dear MultiCharts users,

We are looking for customer support representatives.

Requirements:
Commitment to MC
Native English speaker
Deep understanding of trading and trading software
Work from home 8 am - 4 pm EST

Responsibilities:
Support customers by phone, via e-mail and on the forum.

For further information, please contact us.
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Postby TJ » 11 Mar 2009

if trading doesn't work out... you can still put your knowledge to good use.

:-)


or,

if autotrade works so well... (and boring)
this can add spice to your daily routine.

traderstuff
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Postby traderstuff » 11 Mar 2009

TJ wrote -

[quote]if trading doesn't work out... you can still put your knowledge to good use.

:-)


***********

LOL TJ - so true!

That is why there is such a high % of brokers who 'usta be traders that found out they could not make their 'Living by trading their own accounts.

The same is true about 'many (but not all) of the people who nowadays offer High Priced "online or 'in person' trading Seminars" , "Expensive online 'trading rooms", "write or have written for them costly 'One Of A Kind', 'All New', 'Get Rich' type computer indicators and systems to make a killing in the markets, etc, etc.

Many have lost 'their Edge' or never had one in the first place, and have found it profitable to 'educate others for a fee.

One I know is a member of this forum, and has chosen one of the above venues, and started out with a "PERFECT" system to trade the futures markets on a very short term basis, but has now mostly shifted to a longer term 'swing' type.

But back to Marina's original post, what better place is there to look for potential customer reps than among their current product users who are already familiar and well versed with the software?

Heck, even the Cruz brothers of TS did the same thing many years ago. [and may still be doing that for all I know]

Best,


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