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$$$ B2B APPOINTMENT SETTING - EARN UP TO $30/HOUR $$$

$$$ B2B APPOINTMENT SETTING ? EARN UP TO $30/HOUR $$$


By joining Principle Payments, you will be part of one of the fastest growing credit card processing companies in the U.S. and Canada. We provide our appointment setters with full training, excellent pay and all the tools to help them succeed. ?No experience necessary.? This position is based at our Holbrook corporate headquarters.?


The primary responsibility in this role is calling business owners in the U.S. and Canada to set appointments with our outside sales representatives. There is no selling required in this position.


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Benefits



  • Salary based on performance

  • Average reps make $15 to $20 per hour with the ability to earn $30.00 per hour

  • Additional performance-based bonuses and contests

  • Daily, weekly and monthly spiffs

  • Latest dialing technology to provide you greatest earning potential

  • Fun, supportive environment

  • We promote from within; many of our sales and support teams began in this role



No experience necessary. Full training if you have the right personality. We also promote from within ? excellent growth potential! ?Immediate openings, call 877-376-4226?or click on apply button now. ??




Job Requirements:



  • Prior similar experience a plus

  • Ability to follow a pre-approved script

  • Excellent verbal communication skills

  • Basic computer skills required

  • Available M/F - 10AM to 5:30PM



Related Skills:

Sales Management, Field Sales, Telesales, Appointment Setting, B2B Marketing, Business to Business Sales, Merchant Services, Credit Card Processing, Merchant Processing, Independent Sales, Commission Sales, Account Manager, Account Executive



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