Rescue Geeks isn’t an IT franchise in the traditional sense, mainly because you can get involved without paying any up-front franchise fees. The Rescue Geeks operation instead makes its money by outsourcing work to you and taking a portion of the revenue.
What Work is Involved?
Rescue Geeks partners do all kinds of technical work, ranging from traditional IT jobs -- such as network installations and technical support -- to more specialized activities -- such as installing CCTV systems, alarms, and phone switchboards.
What is The Money Like?
The basic rate Rescue Geeks pays its partners is around $35 per hour, but there are specific rates for specific tasks, all detailed on the provider’s website.
Installing a phone system with six extensions earns a partner $250, a 16-camera DVR alarm system pays $500.
All payments are made via PayPal.
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