Display repair

Electronic display require service. I do a lot of this type of work and would like more. I frequently see headphone displays, laptops, phones, etc in Walmart, Best Buy, Target, Macy's, Kohl's, etc that are not functional. Anyone know what companies do this type of work?

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Not for those items in particular, but I do know of a company that has HUNDREDS of requests for Techs to provide assistance with printers, touch screens (I replaced one in our County's Main Jail) and much more, plus the pay is HANDSOME and quick!!

PM me for more information!!

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/08/2017 10:21PM by AuburnHarleyMama.
CCMI Retail Service does some electronics "upkeep" jobs. You might want to check them out.
Sign up for Work Market! Be sure to sign up for "Talent Pools", that's where I get most of my work. Don't be afraid to try some of the work you don't think you are qualified for, you'd be surprised how easily you can figure out what is going on with an alarm system or TV with their modules/manuals or the use of google. I can make $50-$100 an hour on some of the assignments! Most of the companies (talent pools) that I've signed up with have tech support you can call for help on an assignment. Unless you're in my area, then, nevermind! Also, BDS Apollo has generic maintenance work, very easy, don't let them pay you less than $15 an hour!
BDS is asking for a non compete agreement. If you sign you can't work for their competitors (like Crossmark or Premium) and you can't work for their clients (like Walmart, Target, BestBuy) . Seems pretty crazy for a 15 dollar an hour job.
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