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Audio Resource: SurePay Improvements May 2010

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 12, 2010

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Happy couple using a computerEarlier this month we made some improvements to our SurePay escrow service. SurePay ensures that you get paid for any work that is completed using the Voices.com website.

In today's VOX Daily, you'll get to hear the audio content from a webinar that Laurynda Pasma and Scott Lumley gave last week regarding these improvements and how the service works.

The audio program lasts about 30 minutes and we hope you find it useful.

What's been improved? What's changed? Hear more now!

What's New With SurePay?

Listen in on a recorded discussion (which took place on May 4, 2010) that explores exciting improvements made to the Voices.com SurePay and job awarding process.

Program duration: 30 minutes.

Host: Scott Lumley, Job Posting Manager, Voices.com
Special Guest: Laurynda Pasma, Operations Manager, Voices.com

Download the SurePay Improvements Teleseminar»

Did You Find This Helpful?

We are offering more teleseminars and webinars for our members going forward. An upcoming webinar will be about Branding Your Voices.com Profile, featuring Scott Lumley and yours truly.

If there is anything you'd like to see covered in a future webinar, please add a comment and we can explore your ideas and topics at a future date!

Best wishes,



Related Topics: audio, improvements, Laurynda Pasma, podcast, Scott Lumley, SurePay, voices.com


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