Scribie is a transcription company that allows people to work from home.
How does Scribie work?
Scribie hires work-at-home transcribers with different levels of experience, which means that there is a good opportunity of getting on with them regardless of whether you’re just starting in the transcribing field or perhaps currently have many years of experience. There are actually no minimum hours that you need to work, that makes it incredibly flexible. You can just login at any time and pick up what work you want.
Each and every file you do passes through a three-step process: raw transcription, review, as well as verification, and you also are paid out per audio hour for what you transcribe. The stuff you’ll certainly be listening to is phone calls, interviews, speeches, and so on, and no file is longer than Six minutes.
An additional nice feature with Scribie is you can listen to a little bit of an audio file before you decide to select it, so if it is something that’s definitely garbled as well as difficult to make out, it is possible to just drop it and choose something else instead of being stuck with it.
How much does Scribie pay?
You get paid Ksh 500to Ksh 2000 per audio hour. Yes, this is not a bad pay in Kenya to earn.
A file that is Six minutes long would certainly pay Ksh 100. Payments are made through Paypal and your cash will go into your Scribie account immediately after your transcribed work have been approved. You simply need Ksh 100 to request cashout, and you will probably get your money within 4 hours after requesting it.
Before you register, make sure that your Paypal account is verified. Or else your application will not go through and you will need to start all over.
How do you apply at Scribie?
If you want to apply to Scribie, you can sign up now.