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Finally Reliable Work At Home ....

"Discover How You Could Earn Money Working From Home Helping People Get Or Maximize Their Disability Income!"
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Hi..   

     If you’re frustrated with trying to find reliable work at home.Then bolt the door, unplug the phone, grab a snack and a drink, and read this entire website, because this may be the best opportunity you've come across in all of your research!  Here's the deal.

     As a Disability Digest advocate, you can work from anywhere in the world and get paid to contact members by phone. text and email.  You will be making sure new members are receiving our emails, answering questions, and explain how we help them weave through the maze of disability issues.

     New members are typically looking for information about:

1. Where to find affordable housing,
2. How to work and not lose benefits, 
3. How to maximize a SSDI check, 
4. How to apply for and win their SSDI case FAST, and
5. How to maximize their medicare health care coverage

     Most of your calls will be to members who are trying to get their SSDI benefits and maximizing their medicare.  Most people who are seeking SSDI need guidance to understand if they qualify, how to apply, how to speed up the process, and most importantly what exactly they need to do to maximize their chances of winning.

     All of this information is available in our membership and it’s your job to understand the resources we have and be the tour guide for members.    

Required Skills

1. Rock'em sock'em really Wow me communication skills!
(proven phone sales skills are helpful but not necessary).

2. A computer, wired internet access, and moderate to good computer skills.

3. Familiarity with using Microsoft Excel spread sheets.

4. Average email skills.

5. Available at least 3-4 hours a day, Monday - Saturday.

6. Ability to learn and to follow a call flow "script" we provide.

What you will be doing?

You’ll be assigned tasks contact members and walk them through our strategy to win Social Security Disability, Long Term Disability Or how to maximize their medicare.

The Disability Digest strategy is to understand how to apply for or advance their case on their own with our free resources and to interview with an attorney or non-attorney representative about their case. Then compare both options and decide which strategy is best for them to move forward with.

You get paid to communicate the strategy and help members complete it.

We Provide Everything

Its FREE, no experience required, we train you, easy to do.  Proven way to supplement your income since 2007.  Your efforts are supported by weekly meet ups, mentoring, ongoing training.  

How Much Can I Make?

Minimum draw and commissions monthly earnings for a part timer start at $250.00 per month. Full-time and advancement have earning potential for $3520.00 month.

Learn how it has worked these advocates.

I'm supplementing my income now- Thanks

This is Dennis from Atlanta.  I just wanted to spend a few minutes to say thank you.

I am disabled on benefits. Of course, you end up with more a  month than you do money when you’re on benefits especially from the government.

Through The Disability Digest I was able to attain a work-at-home job to supplement my income to enhance the quality of my life.

I just want to thank Brian and the work that he does and the  work that The Disability Digest does cause I know together, we can all make a difference.

Thank you so much disability digest and thank you Brian.

Dennis Berry
Atlanta Georgia

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Grateful For The 6 Years Of Work With "The Best Boss"

It was a wonderful 6-year experience with The Disability Digest. Not only did the work help me through with my family but the mere fact that I was making a difference through helping disabled individuals get their Disability benefits.

It made me appreciate my life more because knowing the unique struggles of each disabled person made me realize that I am privileged to become more of who I am. A simple contribution of my time and energy knowing that I could help someone is very fulfilling. As I look back, I can say that it was all worth the time and effort.

To Sir Brian Therrien, who has been very kind, patient, and understanding, you have a very good heart, and I pray that God will bless you more and your family and guide you as you continue to help disabled individuals. You are the BEST BOSS an employee could have. I have learned so much from you and I thank you for that, you are a fantastic leader.

To the Advocates that are very hardworking and patient with me, you guys are truly inspiring because you never gave up despite of your health conditions.  It saddens me to choose a different path for now, but this decision is something that I have learned in the company, and that is, family first, how a support system is very important for someone who is going through something.

I believe that God has a plan and everything happens for a reason. We may not see it now but we will, in Gods perfect time.

 I wish The Disability Digest more success ahead and cheers for the amazing experience. It’s surely something that I will cherish and can share with my family and with other people.


Susana D. Dumlao
Davao City, Philippines 

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Got My Benefits Approved And Worked Here To Help Others
 
I was a paralegal for a law firm for 30 years. During that time I struggled with fibromyalgia and arthritis and lost my hearing in my left ear due to a benign tumor.
Eventually, I could no longer work full time and filed on my own and won without a denial using the Disability Digest's strategy, which is following the mini course on how to win SSDI and interviewing with a disability representative.

As an advocate, I use my experience and the Disability Digest's strategy to help people plan their own strategy to win disability.

Gail Seale
Alabama

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The Disability Digest has given me a new outlook on life.

I have been working as an advocate a The Disability Digest for almost 5 months now. I am also a full time single mother of two and a home based entrepreneur. Being a business owner isn't all that it's glammed up to be. There will always be months wherein sales won't be in your favor; and being a single mom, finances, time, and sometimes even your mental state can be very hard to manage.

Working with the Disability Digest has opened up a lot of opportunities for me in this aspect. It truly has been a gratifying and enlightening experience.

Let me impart a few key opportunities:
One, it has given me the opportunity to work at a time I am free without having to compromise my duties as a mother or jeopardize my business. Tasks can be challenging at times, but definitely the good kind. I give credit to this mostly to Brian. He has been the best team leader and boss I've had so far. Being that helping is his main agenda with the Disability Digest, he also extends this to his people and for that I am very thankful.

Two, I have severe anxiety, being able to earn a stable income for a few hours of my time has really been the best salve for it. It's not even a back-breaking job. You get to talk to people and get to see life from their eyes - and that to me is it's own brand of a cathartic experience.

Three, and probably the best so far, being with the Disability Digest has given me a new perspective and a new outlook on life. I have always loved talking to people, but being able to be part of the journey and their story in this trying process is extremely gratifying. Knowing that I've been "step 1" to moving forward to their next chapter is in itself a victory for me.

You will earn, while helping others - this, for me, is mostly why I consider this job fairly easy. As you go along, you will realize that the pay is just a bonus, and that what you are advocating for is what matters.

Lastly, getting settled into a new job can be a little intimidating, yet I've never had this problem. Getting to know the tools and procedures have been both challenging and fun. Another bonus would be the people you work with are really great and are very helpful, and welcoming. You work as a team, but it really feels like an extended family.

Having said all of this, I'd just like to thank the Disability Digest and Brian for having me and expanding my views and knowledge on compassion and generosity.

Biela Ching-Uy, Davao City, Philippines

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Helping Others I So Rewarding

My name is Margie and I’m one of The Disability Digest Partners. I am disabled and have been on disability for the past 5 ½ years. I’ve had a few of jobs before my disability but none so rewarding working here at The Disability Digest.

The members that I call are in need of help and are so appreciative to get the help they need. After almost every call, I get a great big thank you before getting off the phone. What a great feeling to be able to help others especially when you have been there and know the struggles and heartaches of being disabled.  

The saying, “it is more blessed to give than to receive” is true and proven out in my work with The Disability Digest. I am so thankful to Brian Therrien and his heart towards the disabled. It’s not just a business or a job, it is a ministry and a blessing.

Thanks Brian for having to the vision to see the needs of the disabled and the desire and will to help. It’s an honor to be a part of The Disability Digest.

Margie Serio
Wisconsin

I don't believe you will ever run out of work because there's 54 million people affected by a disability and over 500,000 individuals searching the internet for the information that The Disability Digest offers.

     But that's not all... lots of the members with whom you'll be speaking are in need of financial assistance to get through the qualifying process.      

     In conclusion, I'm looking for motivated candidates, forward looking - and - moving with an "Anti-Get-Rich-Quick" mentality. 

     This position is easy work, but there is lots of it.  So, if you have an "ambition" disability, this is not for you. 

     This is an easy job for the right person.  If you feel you’re that person, complete the application below and put your experience to work today!

 
 
 
 
 
 

Regards - Brian Therrien

p.s. This is an ideal position to give you a quality life style while making a difference in people’s lives.  Work that will give you a satisfied feeling at the end of the day.

We are an equal opportunity employer