There are many tutoring companies that are adding sign language as an option. Make sure you research companies and find out how they hire their tutors. If they allow tutors to sign up with their company without thorough background checks, referrals from people in the Deaf community, interviews, etc. this means that ANYONE can sign up with their company and claim to be an ASL tutor. Not only does this mean you could hire a tutor who is not qualified, but it also means you could hire someone who has no connection to the Deaf community.
Again, ASL is not a fun talent that people can just learn and then start to tutor other people. If someone is a hearing tutor, how do they plan to help connect you with the Deaf community? If their goal is to be a bridge between you and the Deaf community and help you become more comfortable so you can start working with a Deaf tutor or teacher, great! If their goal is just to tutor you and make money, be careful.