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How Rey Made $5000 Through LetsTeamApp

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By atul 655 days ago

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How Rey Made $5000 Through LetsTeamApp

Rey was a freelance programmer from Fremont, California. She had worked as a developer in a software firm in San Francisco for two years when she was attracted by the freedom and limitless possibilities offered by a freelancing career. And so, she switched to full-time freelancing a couple of years ago.

The rough patch
One of the biggest challenges faced by Rey was getting an unsteady income for her work. At times, she would be paid a very high income, and during other times, she would make peanuts. At one point, she faced a severe financial crisis. She was down to $50 for a month, and no client was willing to hire her for their projects.

What did she do?
One evening, while desperately searching the internet for a job, Rey received an invitation to like LetsTeamApp’s Facebook page. On clicking the link to the website, she found exactly what she needed. She explored the website and found an array of web development projects that had openings for web developers.

Rey found a project that had an urgent requirement for a Java programmer. And Java happened to be Rey’s speciality. The project was a website revamping project for a large client and she would even be paid $5000 if it was a success. It wasn’t easy, but with Rey’s help, the team managed to finish the website in a month. And Rey had acquired enough money to keep her going until her next project.

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