First let me commend you on being a teacher. You all do so much for our children. Next, I have heard of http://www.tutor.com
, and have never heard anything negative about them, but I don't know of anyone who has personally worked for them, since I don't associate with many teachers. I checked the bbb in Newyork and they did not have a listing for tutor.com. I ran a domain search which was registered in 1998!
http://www.networksolutions.com/whois/r ... tid=585109
If you view the information listed on who is and compare it with their website, it is the same, which is a good thing. Atleast they have a number you can call to speak with someone if need be. If you are concerned give them a call, ask some questions. I do know that there are quite a few places online that does hire teachers to work online. I hope this helps a bit.