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Task Affair is one of the newest virtual assistant companies on the landscape, having only started operations earlier in 2015. However, the team behind the company are experienced with freelancing and virtual assistant services. They earned their first clients on freelance platforms and successfully grew into an “official” agency.

Being a new company and keen to make their mark on the industry, the future may just be a bright one.

The company was founded by Ajay Varma, and their operations are based in India. They aim to help out busy business owners by assigning a virtual assistant to handle tasks assigned by clients.

About Task Affair

task affair reviewI was able to chat briefly with the founder and CEO Ajay Varma, and I found out a lot about the company and their objectives.

TaskAffair offers dedicated, qualified virtual assistants to carry out a range of administrative and personal tasks for entrepreneurs and business owners. Ajay himself keeps a close eye on operations, and along with their on-site business managers they are keen to point out they keep a close relationship with their clients.

With communication between VAs and business owners being one of the top complaints I hear, it’s refreshing to see this is one of their top priorities.


Much like most virtual assistant companies, TaskAffair is quick to point out that their team of VAs can handle a wide range of tasks. They list admin assistance, data entry, preparing spreadsheets, scheduling appointments, handling emails, expense management, online research, travel assistance, CRM, social media, bookkeeping, calendar management, and transcription among their key skill sets.

Their virtual assistants are available starting at 10 hours a month and scaling upwards. They also offer full-time dedicated assistants that you can hire to work exclusively for your business. Each task submission from a client is overseen by management, and daily, weekly, or monthly updates are reported back to the client.

TaskAffair offer 3 hours free as a trial period for clients interested in trying their services. This is a great way to test their services before committing to a price plan. They have dedicated IT staff to ensure client confidentiality, and add some reassurance that client data is secure.

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Plans and Pricing

Their pricing structure is very straightforward. The plans are broken down by how many hours you are paying for per week. There are currently four hourly plans as follows:

  • 10 Hour Plan – $100
  • 20 Hour Plan – $180
  • 40 Hour Plan – $320
  • 80 Hour Plan – $600

There is also the option to hire a full-time virtual assistant. This costs $950 a month, and essentially you get a full-time employee working 8 hours a day.

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All plans include a US toll free number and Skype support. TaskAffair put a lot of emphasis on keeping the lines of communication open and clear, and make it easy for clients to communicate directly with their VA.

TaskAffair Alternatives

There are a large amount of virtual assistant companies operating out of India. Some of the longer established alternatives include My Tasker and 24/7 Virtual Assistant.

The angle that TaskAffair’s founder Ajay Varma thinks separates his company from these alternatives is their “hunger for growth and desire to make our mark on the virtual assistant map.”

If you take TaskEveryday up on their 3 hour free trial, or have worked with them in any other capacity please leave your reaction and comments below.

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