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msellars Posted - 24/01/2008 : 19:15:56
I served 16 years in the Army before being medically discahrged, i was left with permanent leg & back pain and needing a walking stick after falling from an Armoured vehicle. That was in 1998. I retrained in IT and got a job at a local college in their IT dept. This was fine for a few years until i got a little worse. I could no longer carry out my job.

I started looking for an IT job I could do from home. I wrote to all the IT companies I could find addresses for, and loads of emails. Eventually i got an interview an a new job. I have worked as an IT online support person from the comfort of my own home since May 2002. Since i started all the staff now work from home, i was used as a trial. Another funny thing happened whilst looking around. We came across Kleeneze, and after seeing several disabled people who were doing we took it up. So now doing a 9-5 job and Kleeneze life is looking positive again. In fact i will be giving up my job in 2010.

So keep looking, be persistent and you may just find what you're after.
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trebor Posted - 24/02/2008 : 09:30:17
This bloke is a fraud, kleeneze is well known to disabled people as a big big rip off, you have to pay for the catalogs, now costing 75, you then get a percentage of or fee I'd say stay away if your disabled rip off world

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