40 No Background Check Work from Home Jobs, Apply Today!

Is it possible to find a work at home job with no background or credit check? Absolutely!

Typically companies that involve you having an employee status will require a background check, while freelance jobs and independent contractor jobs do not. These jobs may include internet research, freelance writing, graphic designing, testing websites, and more. Keep in mind that there are exceptions for some companies. 

I've put together a researched list of companies that don't require a background screening or credit check.


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No Background Check Work from Home Jobs

Appen – (Read Review) – A popular search engine evaluation company that hires worldwide for a variety of internet search positions.

RRTUSA – Get paid $10/hr as a Virtual Server to take food orders by phone. No background or credit check needed.

Lionbridge – A worldwide company that recruits Personalized Ads Assessors to work from home. Pays $13 per hour in select states. No background is needed for this position.

AccuTran Global(Read Review)- This company is always looking for Freelance Transcriptionists in the U.S. and Canada.

Blue Mountain Arts – A greeting card company with opportunities for creative writers.

Casting Words – (Read review) – This company is always hiring beginner transcriptionists to work from home.

Smart CrowdRead review) – This company recruits data entry agents to work from home in the U.S. No prior experience needed.

Ask Wonder – This company hires Online Researchers to Answer questions online. Some workers earn up to $2,000 monthly.

Tutoring Work from Home Jobs (No Background Check)

Tutlo – Growing tutoring company with flexible schedules.

Cambly – Get paid $10/hr to tutor students from around the globe. Flexible hours.

Magic Ears – Get paid to teach English to students from the age of 4 to 12 years old. Earn $20-$26/hr. Flexible hours.

PalFish – Get paid to tutor students from your phone. No prior experience needed.

NiceTalk – This company pays $10/hr to teach English from your phone.

Get Paid To Complete Short Tasks (No Background Check)

Amazon Mechanical Turk  – (Read review) – Get paid to work any time of the day or night, completing a variety of tasks in data entry, writing, surveys, website testing, and more.

Humanatic  – Companies needs call reviewers to review calls, answer questions, and get paid. You will need a verified PayPal account for payments.

Fiverr – Online marketplace where you can buy and sell micro-jobs for $5. Pay is via PayPal.

Skyword – Online writing company.

Darwins Data – Get paid $25 for every survey you complete. Redeem in cash and rewards.

Click n Work – Get Paid to complete a variety of online tasks.

Clickworker  – Get paid to complete tasks in writing, editing, proofreading, and more. Weekly pay. Open worldwide.

Website Testing Jobs (No Background Check)

User Testing (Read review) – Get paid $8 to review websites from home. Pays via PayPal.

WhatUsersdo – Get paid to test and evaluate websites. The test takes around 15-20 minutes to complete. Pay is $8 per test.No

TryMyUI – Website testing job. Tests take around 15-20 minutes to complete. Pay is $10 per test.

UserFeel – Website testing job. This company pays around $10 per test.

US Monitor – Mail decoying work from home job. You will be processing mail pieces. Pay is $10/month and $0.25 per each mailpiece processed. They will send you all supplies and equipment you need.


Is it possible to find a work at home job with no background check? Absolutely, yes. I've found 40 online jobs that don't and you can apply for today! #makemoneyonline #workfromhome #onlinejobsFreelance Writing Jobs 

Copify.com – This company hires freelance writers to work from home. There is a U.S. and UK version of this site. Pay varies with this company.

Textbroker – Freelance writing job that pays upfront for your articles. The pay depends on what writing level you are on. Pay is weekly via PayPal.

Scripted.com – This company hires writers to work from home. Must be a very experienced writer. Pay is around $20-$35 per article.

Dotdash.com – This company hires writers to write content online from home and are paid a minimum based on the number of articles they create. You are compensated according to page growth.

Verblio – Get paid to write posts for businesses and earn $8 per post if they accept it.

Constant Content – Write and sell your original articles through this company. Pays monthly via Paypal or direct deposit.

London Brokers – Get paid upfront to write articles on a variety of subjects. Pays every week via Paypal.

Love To Know – Get paid to create content on a variety of topics. Pays $15 to $50 per article via Paypal.

Writer Access – Get paid write content for their clients online. Pays $5 up to $100 per article via Paypal every month.

 

Did I miss any companies? If so, feel free to share them in my comment section below. 

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      1. Tudor

        Hello,

        My name is Tudor and I work for Hoxton Data.

        I just found your blog while researching for resources about remote working. Your blog is such a great resource, thank you!

        I wanted to reach out to share a few details about the company I work for. Hoxton is a very different kind of data writing EMV company. We are self-funded, one of the fastest growing companies in Switzerland and have been highly profitable from the start. We offer remote work and for the right candidates a paid 40 hour training.

        I’d be thrilled if you would include it in your list. Here is the website for your further consideration: https://hoxton.pw/

        Either way, great work, and thanks again for the amazing resource!


        Best Regards,
        Tudor Pogan

      2. Lyn

        This informations are really helpful. Thank you Ms. Lashay. I’m from Philippines. Trying to look for a home based work . Then i saw you on youtube. Thanks a lot. I hope i can finally get some part time work. Gotta try them out.

      3. Cali Curls Mom

        NexusOp.com is no longer available. Does anyone know what name they changed it to?

      4. Will Homelsy

        I wish someone would explain to me the purpose of doing a background check on work at home employees. There’s no workplace safety component and there is no research that says people who steal from companies are already felons. It’s makes NO sense and should be deemed unlawful. There are millions of people who WANT to work, but who can’t pass the background check or the CREDIT check? Credit check, really? If i had a job, i’d have better credit. I have bad credit, a MASTERS degree and a non-violent felony from 20 years ago and NO COMPANY will hire me??!! Even the companies that make you be an ind. contractor?! This makes no sense. They are using a set formula and not taking anything else into consideration, meanwhile i have experience and am the PeRFECT person for this job. A change needs to happen.

        1. Kim Park

          I will start out saying I completely agree with you that it’s ridiculous! I agree with you that on background checks they should take other things into consideration & a person’s personal credit being looked at is RIDICULOUS!
          However, I’m just going to share this to put the info out, even though I don’t like it!
          I know the “why” of them usually doing it-INSURANCE! That’s right crooked insurance companies (who IMO, more than half of what they do should be illegal). Most the places who insure a lot of these companies that won’t hire felons, basically make it so they can’t. Say there is a felon working somewhere and the company ok’s it or doesn’t run a BG-check and something happens, say a serious amount of damage is done to their property or a lot of money gets stolen, well the insurance companies being the POS’s that they are, don’t want to pay the company what they’re owed when they claim it so the first thing they do is start to look for “violations of their policy”. Hiring felons is one of the reasons-they consider it a violation. I had a woman from a Company where I’d applied for a virtual assistant position, tell me this. I’d passed the tests, and had the job, all we had left to do was go over my schedule, but when they ran a background check, even though it had been over 10 years and it wasn’t anything violent or I didn’t do anything that was considered that bad, she couldn’t hire me. The woman told me how if it where up to her she would, but she couldn’t or she could get fired herself.
          There are companies that the government even gives a tax break to, so they will hire felons. I know at&t is one of them. I think there’s a list somewhere online.
          I’m a mom of 3 which I am now a stay at home mom because of my youngest child who’s disabled. I too went to college and have a degree, I too made a mistake in my past which I even completed the period of being “good” and not getting into anymore trouble (which I have the opportunity to have my record sealed because of my completion of their probationary period, but that costs over $500 so I haven’t been able to go take care of it yet) and even though I’m more than qualified, I can’t get a lot of jobs.
          My credit is screwed from student loans and when everything started happening with my child, I had to stop working & I couldn’t make any of my credit card payments.
          At least we know we’re not alone, and it’s sad and it does need to change!
          To the woman who wrote this, thank you for making this list! I’m looking forward to applying at some of the places. 😊Kim

        2. Lindsey Moore

          You are definitely not alone. While i suppose it makes sense to do a background check if you will be dealing with credit cards and stuff like that , I dont understand any other jobs. I am about to graduate with my bachelors degree, i have taught preschool, started a food bank at age 16 that has now become the most successful in all of Idaho in terms of the number of families helped every year, just to mention a few of my accomplishments, but i made one stupid mistake, decided to move to a new state to start over and of course the area i have moved is a bit stuck in old ways so the only careers are strictly for men. Women can work temp jobs during tourist season, for minimum wage, or look for work online. i have applied now for around 200 jobs and every time i get close they ask for a background check and its all over. It is so extremely hard to remain hopeful

      5. himabindu

        Hi..Thankyou for the worthy list. If possible, please try to include which country citizens are eligible to apply for the above companies.

        1. Lashay H.

          Hi! You’re welcome! Were you looking for work outside the US?

      6. Jody Brown

        NexusOp.com provides work from home opportunities with no background check.

        1. Lashay H.

          Hi Jody! I’ll make sure to add them to the list. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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