Research each company thoroughly before accepting employment or entering into a contract with a phone sex operator company. You may want to ask them such questions as: how long has the company been in business?, how many employees does the company have?, what is the average length of employment for a phone sex operator?, what benefits does the company offer?, how are wages calculated?, what is the average salary for a phone sex operator?, when is payday?, how are payments rendered, what are the phone sex operator salary options?, and what state are they located in?
Ask each company what affiliations they may have and what agencies they are registered with. Are they registered with their state to do business in the state? Are they registered with the Better Business Bureau or other watch dog agency?
There may be other requirements of doing business in the state that their headquarters is located in such as a business license, fictitious business name statement and corporate filings. All of which will help you decide if this is a legitimate business that you are about to work for.
Knowing how to find legitimate work from home phone sex operator jobs will give you confidence in your new line of work.
Talk to someone in the human resources department of a phone sex operator company that you think is legitimate.
You may be able to find out a lot of information from a short conversation. Human resources can tell you what it is like to be a phone sex operator. What the turn over rate is for this position and how tough it is to be good at this job. They may also be able to tell you if the company offers free training to become a phone sex operator which is a sign of a good company. Most companies will also provide you with scripts to help you play the part of a telephone actress. You may need to be "young" or "asian" as part of your daily routine.
Becoming a phone sex operator is not for everyone. It is not a job that you can do at home when other people are around, you will need privacy.