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Posted By: deb b on 2005-12-20
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For those of you MTs that have disabilities, and are stressed beyond belief because all companies seem to want the same production level, no matter what your medical condition might be - Well, there is a GREAT company just for us.  www.nticentral.org.  It is a very long application. You have to submit to them a doctor's letter stating you are handicapped.  You only have to transcribe 40 WPM!!!!  My friend sent me an email about this company.  I was so jazzed, and am still filling out the application; however, I am waiting on my total disability, and do not want to jeopardize that at all!!  Wanted to spread the cheer for those of you that are not waiting on disability, or anything else that might jeopardize getting amy monies.  This company sounds fabulous!!

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MT w/disabilities...it's a legit site

My sister does work through them.  She does a lot of VA reports because the VA has to have so much of a percentage of disabled workers doing their transcription.  This organization also has agreements with ATT, FTD, etc, many mail order catalogs type of companies where the work can be done with a computer from hom.

She has been with them for 3 years now I think and it is legit.