7 Work From Home Data Entry Companies

If you'd like to get paid to type, check out these 7 Work At Home data entry jobs! Most require no to little experience!Lately, I’ve run into a lot of data entry scams. So I decided to put together a list of 7 work at home data entry companies that are completely legit. Now there might be some more out there, but these are the ones I know are scam free and safe to work with.

If you’re not familiar with data entry, the primary job description is transferring information from one source to another. This could be finding information through searching and adding it to a spreadsheet or entering information from a printed list into a computer program.

For the most part, Data Entry is not high skilled labor, but more tedious work that business owners may not want to complete themselves. With this in mind, it’s not an extremely high paying job, but some companies pay better than others.

Data Entry Jobs are not in high demand at this time, due to that the pay is usually pretty low. If you’re looking to make a large online income I’d check out My #1 Recommendation. It’s how I made over $13,000 last month!

On this list of 7 data entry jobs, I will give you the necessary details of each job and how much each job pays.

7 Work From Home Data Entry Jobs

Axion Data (Full Review)

A data entry company that pays $5-$10 per document that takes 30-60 minutes complete. Hires in the US and India. Payments by PayPal.

From what I can see they rarely have openings, but applying is very simple, and you can apply at any time. If they have openings, they will contact you.

No real requirements other than being comfortable with a computer and internet access.

Virtual Bee (Full Review)

Virtual Bee offers jobs such as transferring information from forms along with internet research. Each task ranges in pay, but most pay $.40-$.60 per 1000 keystrokes, which is a pretty low rate.

They pay once a month by check, and you’ll need at least $30 in your account to cash out.

They hire US and international workers, will need to pass a typing test to get approved.

Reed Technology

A work at home company that hires data entry workers from time to time. It does say that work is not guaranteed, but most members have enough to complete 20-30 hours a week. Requirements are high-speed internet and computer.

Has recently combined with LexisNexis. No information posted on rates and pay. You can learn more here.


Stands for The Data Entry Company and it’s been around for awhile now with some mixed reviews. They do have a longer application process that includes a lot of training. But after getting accepted, they have data entry jobs listed for you to complete similar to Amazon MTurk.

Offers a very flexible schedule where you can log in anytime and complete work, given there’s any.

Can’t find any information on how much and how they pay, but I’d assume they pay per job completed similar to Turking. Meaning how much you earn is dependent on how fast you complete jobs.

Great American Opportunity

Not Currently Hiring.

Probably the most reputable and well-liked company on this list, mostly because of the higher pay rate than other companies and it’s an established company. Nature of the work is entering information from a scanned order form to a computer software.

Pay is around $.10 per form. These usually only take 30 seconds or less to complete. The average worker makes around $9 an hour. All dependent on how fast you can complete the work.

They pay weekly by direct deposit.

There is a short test to pass before getting accepted, but if you are comfortable with a computer you should have no issues.

Amazon MTurk

Most have probably already heard of the company because they offer a wide variety of jobs, not just data entry. The jobs offered at MTurk are called hits. Most are pretty short, take a few minutes to complete, and pay $.10 or less.

Almost anyone with a computer and internet access can join. A Very flexible schedule where you can log on at any time and complete hits for payment. Work is limited but can keep you busy in your spare time.

Sig Tracker

A company that hires data entry workers to update voter information. The job pays per piece. It’s a pretty confusing system, but most pieces pay around $.04 and take just a few seconds to complete. Payment is based on accuracy.

An extremely flexible schedule where you can log on anytime and complete work, as long as there’s work available. There is a short test to complete, but most won’t have any issues.

Pays weekly by PayPal.

Thank you for checking out this list of Data Entry Jobs. As mentioned at the beginning of this list, data entry jobs are low-paying and don’t require much skill. Pay for most of these sites is per piece or task, which means the faster you are the more you’ll get paid.

Out of all these sites Great American Opportunity probably has the best pay rate, but it’s still not a huge income. If you’re in a bind, data entry can be a way to make some quick money, but honestly, I wouldn’t want this as an occupation and don’t think you can make enough to have this as a full-time job.

With that being said, the companies on this list won’t scam you. They are completely legit, the pay for data entry just isn’t that much. To see some higher paying jobs, check out the work at home jobs I recommend. If you’re looking to supplement an existing income, I’d check out some of these extra income sites before getting into data entry.

If you’re looking for a full-time online income, data entry won’t cut it, check out My #1 Recommendation to learn more. I made over $13,000 Online Last Month!

Have you tried data entry work? Know of other legit companies? Ran into a data entry scam? I want to hear your thoughts in the comments below!

26 thoughts on “7 Work From Home Data Entry Companies”

  1. Hi,
    Am having good typing skills and a dedicated deadline meeting personnel. Would like to know more about Data Entry Starting and pays.

  2. Hi I like your information and I take you to be legit and legal. IAM from Nigeria do you have any legit extra income site that works very perfect in my country that one can make at least $1-5 daily just need some cash for my food stuffs at school.

  3. Thank you for the information. Just wondering if you know any that would work for someone living in Kenya, East Africa?

  4. Hi Brock,

    I love your site, but I was hopinng that you could give us some updated information about sites that allow data entry work or work at home positions. Most of the site links you’ve listed in your articles are outdated and/or are no longer a company. All the promising ones, anyway, have been taken down or the links don’t work. :/

    So, I was hoping you could either help out on the links, or do another article soon with updated and reliable information.

    Thank you for your hard work!

  5. Hi , i really enjoy all your info on this page. But i was curious if you knew of any work at home assembly jobs that are legit ? Pleaase give me your input if you can. Thanks and God Bless.

    • Thank you for reading Soraida. I’m not familiar with any legitimate assembly jobs, and I’ve done some research and most of the companies have bad reviews and are not recommended. My advice is to stay away from that type of work.


    • Hey Dinesh,

      Thank you for sharing unfortunately some WAH positions aren’t going to accept you based on location.

      Amazon Mturk does let you work for them though.

      Check it out and let me know what you think


    • Julia,

      If you visit the link to Great American Opportunity there’s an email at the bottom of the page that you can email your resume to.

      Hope this helps,


  6. Thanks for putting together this list of legit companies. To be quite honest with you I didn’t think that there was such a thing as a legit online data entry company. I have seen adverts for data entry jobs and have heard about the scams that are out there and for that reason have never bothered to look too far into these methods of making an income. Its good to see that there are real, genuine companies out there that pay for data entry but as you have pointed out, the pay doesn’t seem that good. How does your no.1 recommendation compare?

    • Hey Andrew

      Thanks for checking out my list of legitimate data entry companies. Like you said there’s tons of data entry scams out there and even the legitimate ones don’t pay very well. The work is very easy and unskilled so the pay is usually under minimum wage.

      Compared to My #1 Recommendation there’s much bigger income opportunities with building a website and your own online business. But this process is not fast and it does require real work!

      Hope this helps


  7. Wow I love your website, The layout is good, it is captivating, bright and informative. The pictures are relevant to the text, the pages are not too busy and I find it easy to navigate around.

    I have tried paid surveys it’s okay but can be quite time consuming, What did interest me was the fusion cash site. How much do you get paid roughly for completing a task?

    • Hey Nadine,

      Thanks for checking out my website, glad to hear that you liked it.

      Now with Fusion Cash offers vary. Some are completely free and some are paid offers. Free offers pay$.50-$1 and paid offers can pay up to $10, just really depends what you’re looking for.

      It’s one of my favorite sites to take surveys on though, you can see my full fusion cash review here.


  8. Hi Brok,
    You have shared a valuable information on online business. It seems some of the data entry pays less with big amount of job, this might get much of your time and in the end you are still loosing money if you compare the time spent and the time you get paid for.
    So far Great American Opportunity is the best yet cannot sustain a steady and full tume income. These are just earning extra cash in your spare time, hmmm not bad, I guess.
    I am concerned about getting paid, include the fees and other bank charges, the net will be around $20 to $25, is that right?

    • Leo thanks for stopping by.

      You’re right data entry doesn’t pay that great and I agree this would only be reasonable for a little extra cash in your spare time.

      Every company on this list pays differently, but most of the time there’s no bank fees or anything like that. But if you do make $600 with one company you need to report it come tax time.

      Really that should be the only “fees” that would come out of how much you make.

      Hope this helps,


  9. my gf was looking into to some based online job opportunities while she’s finishing her pre-med degree and we came across this online. First, I didn’t know it existed so that’s pretty cool. Second, I think it would be easy to burn out with most of these opportunities since you’d have to work at an incredible rate in order to make a decent living. Last, thanks for the short reviews, made it easy to blow through the choices without spending loads of time online!

    • Thanks for leaving a comment Frank.

      You’re right, data entry doesn’t pay very well and I agree it would be easy to get burnt out and struggle completing work.

      But it’s low skill which makes it open to almost anyone.

      I’m glad you enjoyed my site and reviews. Great to hear feedback!



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