Matt Handal took a deep dive into Fancy Hands and had some interesting results.
How does it work?
A virtual assistant doesn’t come into your work. They work from home, wherever in the world that may be. And they typically don’t work for CEOs. They usually work for entrepreneurs or office slugs like you or me.
Is Fancy Hands worth it?
Yes it is.
I think it is officially enough time to call the experiment a success. You can look at the statistics yourself.
Matt Handal, a blogger has used Fancy Hands for many services such as having flowers delivered to scouting out daycare options to even having edits done to a document.
Fancy Hands is a service I’ve been using for about two weeks. And I have to say, so far it’s mind-blowingly great!
Fancy Hands can make purchases on your behalf, safely.
They can also make purchases on your behalf. When you “approve” additional purchases to be made, a complex system generates a temporary credit card number for a one-time use for that purchase price only. That way, no one ever sees your card number, keeping your finances secure and not in the hands of many assistants.