While I’m striving to build the most comprehensive virtual assistant company directory and review platform out there, there will always be certain companies I haven’t had a chance to fully research yet.
Still, visitors are searching for information on these companies so I don’t want their search to come up with the disappointing “no results found.”
Here are some of the VA companies people have searched for over the past few months and what limited information I could find. Sometimes it’s just first impressions.
If you have any experience with any of the companies below, please leave a comment to help others in their search. Thanks!
365Outsource or 365Outsource.com is a BPO provider in the Philippines specializing in SEO and web development.
ACstant.com is “your assistant via email.” This company has gone through a couple pivots over the years and it looks like their current service is by-invitation only at the moment.
Agent Anything, or AgentAnything.com is a go-fer and errand-running service similar to TaskRabbit, but specializing in using local students.
UK-based call-answering service similar to Call Ruby in the US. Virtual assistant service is also available but no price estimate is given.
AnswerFirst.com is another virtual receptionist service.
AS Direct VA Services
ASDirectVAServices.com is a UK-centered VA company. They’re a little coy about where their workers are actually based, but for 5 quid an hour, it’s definitely not the UK! An email to the contact address provided bounced back immediately so I’m guessing they’re no longer in operation.
A virtual assistant company with a crazy 100% flash-based website. You don’t see that too often anymore! In business since 2001, (although the site has only been around since 2004). I believe the company is owned by Fran Esposito and based in New York. Assistant ToGo and Assistant To Go are possible variations. No relation to the owner of the Twitter handle AssistantToGo.
Azure VA Services was a small Canadian virtual assistant firm. They appear to be out of business.
Bay Tree VA
Baytree VA is a 10-person UK-based virtual assistant agency.
An online jobs board for finding Filipino VAs, with the MAJOR downside it is against their terms to post work-from-home overseas jobs. My account was shut down without notice or warning when I went to test out the site. No idea why they have that rule! An alternative would be OnlineJobs.ph.
BPO 24 Hour — start-up VA company in the Philippines.
Bsetc, as in they’ll take care of all your BS, etc, is a popular virtual assistant company based in Ottawa, Canada. Founder Erin Blaskie is a well-known entrepreneur.
Burn Your To Do List
BurnYourToDoList or BurnYourToDoList.com appears to be out of business. Rough since it sold for $85,000 not too long ago!
Catch VPA or CatchVPA.com is a personal outsourcing company in India that appears to be out of business. They were a very affordable service, with full-time monthly plans beginning at just $640.
Consider It Done
A small, US-based VA company and virtual concierge.
CrewBloom.com promises sales outsourcing that works.
Georgia-based outsourced admin company.
Cyber Coders or CyberCoders.com is an international recruiting agency. They specialize in placing remote and in-person positions in the IT, finance, marketing, and executive fields. They focus on full-time work and charge employers a percentage of your new hire’s salary.
US-based assistants from $50/week.
DesignContest.com is a crowdsourced graphic design platform similar to 99designs.
As the name suggests, DesignTasker.com provides on-demand graphic design help starting at $49 per task.
Distant Support, or DistantSupport.com is a virtual assistant company in the Philippines. Their website hasn’t been updated since 2010, and they offer no hint as to what kind of rates they charge (or charged, as my guess is they might be shut down).
Dolancing.com is a freelance marketplace trying to gain traction against more established players like Upwork.
DoMyStuff was a virtual and in-person errand-running service. It appears they’ve had their lunch eaten by TaskRabbit and are all but out of business.
DoNanza.com was a freelance site that ultimately failed to compete with Upwork and went out of business.
Eagle Virtual Assistant
Real estate VAs from Real estate investor Ron LeGrand.
Easy Virtual Assistant
EasyVirtualAssistant.com is a small US-based VA firm.
A recruiting company in India. Their site has not been updated since 2008 so I’m not sure if they are still around or not.
A small VA shop owned by Maria Novey and based in Pennsylvania. No updates to her site since 2006 so not sure if she’s still in business.
A one-woman show based in Wisconsin. The yahoo email address and stock photos and text on the about us page would be red flags for me.
Scammy looking VA site (that’s actually offline now). Appears to be owned by a scammy-looking get-rich-quick-type Internet marketer.
eSupportGuru.com is a small virtual assistant company in India. Their website looks pretty crappy and hasn’t been updated since 2009. I got attacked by the floating chat-invite box (which was offline) and it wouldn’t close when I hit the “x”.
EVAS could stand for Executive Virtual Assistant Services, a tiny one-woman VA company out of Yorkshire, England. Or it could reference the EVA virtual assistant app for android smartphones.
A virtual assistant company in India with plans starting at $115 a month.
EXEC is an on-demand house-cleaning and errand-running service. They’re based in San Francisco but hope to rapidly expand to other markets. Everything is a flat rate of $25/hr. Task Rabbit might be considered the primary competition.
A legitimate outsourcing provider aimed at larger companies.
Flocksy.com is a slick-looking service that offers unlimited website help and unlimited graphic design starting at $199 a month. This is similar to Automation Agency but with a slightly narrower scope of service and corresponding lower prices.
Folyo.me promises to match you with a qualified freelancer from their “private network of top talent” for a $299 one-time fee.
London-based virtual admin assistant start-up.
Geeky Staff or GeekyStaff.com was a Filipino VA company. Now out of business.
Genie Time or GenieTime.com is a VA service supposedly offering “free” assistance by taking advantage of some referral arrangements with their “partners.” I’m unclear on how this works, but they’ve been on radio silence for at least 6 months so the Genie might be back in the lamp.
Globol Staff, or GlobolStaff.com, is a small outsourcing company in Singapore that specializes in SEO.
Go to Girls
Several companies are using this name or a variation such as Go2Girls or GoToGirls. There is a Denver, Colorado-based VA service from $40/hr, and also a Jacksonville, Florida service from $18/hr.
A place to hire freelance developers, similar to TopTal.
HelloSmarter or HelloSmarter.com is a virtual assistant company in India that looked similar to My Tasker before they went out of business.
HireIris.com offers a team of all-female virtual assistants starting at $75 a week. How many hours of support included in that $75 is a little harder to tell.
Hit Rate Solutions
Call center operation in the Philippines, that also offers virtual assistants. Pretty bare bones website, with no pricing estimates given for VA service.
Or HR Fax. There are several Ripoff Reports of this company being a giant scam. I would stay away.
The International Virtual Assistants Association is a non-profit trade organization for virtual assistants. They offer professional education and certification services. If you want to hire from their member-base, you can submit a request for proposal on their site. Also might be searched for as IVAA or ivaa.com.
Several scam complaints about this one too. For legit VA training, check VirtualAssistantForums.com.
JobbaJob is/was a personal assistant service you interface with through Facebook Messenger. They appear to be out of business though. For a similar service, check out Magic.
An mid-sized Indian outsourcing shop that does web development, design, and more. Looking through their portfolio though, I’m not loving their work.
Kaori virtual assistants (meetkaori.com) specialize in bilingual English and Japanese service for personal and small business tasks.
Part of the Live2Sell group is a call center operation in the Philippines. The CEO, Chris Ducker, also runs Virtual Staff Finder, which might be worth a look for smaller businesses.
I had to test the “Get a Quote in 5 Minutes” box on the LiveHelpIndia.com website. I did get a response with 24-hours, but not within 5 minutes. That’s a tough promise to deliver on for anything that’s not automated. After that though, my subsequent emails have been ignored. Check out other India virtual assistant companies.
Also doing business as LRN.biz. The content of this site is almost identical to the HRFAX site, and has received similar scam complaints. Stay away.
Virtual bookkeeping service in India, with rates starting at $5 per hour.
Looks like a scam.
Or Mi PA. Virtual assistant company in India, appears to be out of business.
US-based admin support by Stacey Normandy and team since 2001.
My 365 Assistant, or My365Assistant was a New York-based VA company that has gone out of business.
My VA Team
I contacted them via the form on their website and never heard anything back.
Need a VA
NeedaVA.com offers virtual assistants in the Philippines starting at $495 a month for 10 hours a week of support.
The Offline Assistant
TheOfflineAssistant.com provides support for ecommerce companies, dropshippers, Amazon sellers, and digital marketers. Given the name, I shouldn’t have been surprised when their live chat was “offline” when I visited.
Out of the Box Virtual Assistant
I couldn’t find any information on this company so I can’t really say anything.
Virtual assistant company gobbled up by Zirtual.
Outsource Office Staff
Global outsourcing firm (Philippines, Pakistan, Nicaragua) with incredibly low rates if you can hire 6 or more full-time VAs. Site hasn’t been updated since 2012 though.
Startup virtual assistant and outsourcing company in Vietnam with a background in SEO service.
PA Everyday or PAEveryday is a virtual assistant company in the Philippines. I was in touch with the CEO, Tim Reading, earlier this year, but after a couple emails neither him nor his team continued to reply.
Small US-based virtual assistant team.
RemoteJobs is a job board in the Philippines that can be more effective than Craigslist in finding qualified virtual assistant candidates. The site is similar in function to OnlineJobs.ph, only it appears to be completely free to use.
RGB Virtual Assistants
Appears to be a scam.
Unlimited WordPress support from $79 a month. Similar to Access WP, but with the “hook” of capping capacity at 150 clients.
Sales Rain VAs
Also listed as salesrainvas. Newer VA company in the Philippines. Nicely designed site with rates from $250 per month for 5 hrs a week, up to $850 for a full time dedicated VA.
An outsourcing / staff leasing company in the Philippines. They’ve been in business since 2007 and serve the mid-size business market with professional in-office staff.
Another scammy operation promising work-from-home jobs.
A virtual assistant company in the Philippines, founded in 2011 by Louis Lautman. For full-time VAs, the pricing is pretty attractive, especially for the longer-term contracts.
Supreme Support Service
Outsourcing company in the Philippines
SystemsJunction.com is a BPO and virtual assistant company in India. They’ve attempted to drop spam comments on this site more than once.
Talk2Assistant.com never responded to my request for information. Check out their flash intro for a good example of a bad example.
TaskAngels.net is a small virtual assistant company in the Philippines from the makers of Task Army.
TaskAnything.com or Task Anything was a small VA company that now appears to be out of business.
Task Eater (Bangladesh) specializes in offshore team-building service for startups.
TaskHire.com or TaskHire.ca is a Canadian errand-running service similar to TaskRabbit.
TaskHusky.com offers virtual support for ecommerce websites.
Find specialists online or locally to get the help you need.
Today’s Admin is a US-based virtual assistant company that charges a flat rate of $55 an hour for their services.
Top Hat Concierge
An Atlanta-based virtual concierge service that appears to be out of business. I contacted them for more info several months ago and never got a response.
VA4Business.com is a virtual assistant company founded by Steve Arun and with assistants in India and the Philippines.
VAdirectory is a network of virtual assistants where you can submit your VA job for proposals.
A large virtual assistant networking community founded by Tawnya Sutherland in 2003. You can join as VA, and pay for premium resources to help with your virtual assistant business, or if you’re looking to hire, you can submit a request for proposal to the community of VAs. Also vanetworking.com.
An affordable virtual assistant service for individuals and businesses based in New Jersey but primarily offering overseas (India?) VAs.
Small New York-based virtual assistant company offering a variety of marketing and admin support functions.
Virtual Assistant Chick
Southern California virtual assistant company founded by April Sullivan. They specialize in helping real estate agents.
Virtual Assistant Forums
A popular and active forum for virtual assistants. You can also submit your request for proposal to the community to hire directly through the site.
VirtualAssistly.com is a Silicon Valley-based startup offering virtual administrative and sales support.
Virtual Office SA
South Africa virtual assistant and virtual office admin company. Website could use a little love. All boilerplate content with no real USP.
Virtual Web Outsourcing
Small virtual assistant company in Davao City, Philippines. No updates since 2011 so not sure if these guys are still in operation. Also VirtualWebOutsourcing or Virtualweboutsourcing.com.
Filipino job board now redirects to RemoteJobs.ph.
We Work Remotely or WeWorkRemotely.com is a jobs board by the team at 37signals (creators of Basecamp) to promote full-time telecommuting positions.
Yantram BPO, or YantramBPO.com is an outsourcing service in India. Their website is a little rough around the edges but their rates are very low.
YourUSAVA.com is a small California-based VA company. Rates are quoted on a one-on-one basis.
Zaarly started out as a competitor to Task Rabbit but has pivoted to be more of a peer-to-peer marketplace for goods and services.
Although Zapatask.com had one of my favorite names for an outsourcing company, the task-based VA service appears to be out of business.
Zeerk is a Fiverr clone except the prices can range from $2 all the way up to $100.
Have you worked with any of these companies? If so, please leave a quick note down below and let others know about your experience (good or bad!). Thanks!Read More