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  1. Freelance writing could be a very lucrative business if you know what you are doing and where to look for the right work. I agree with you that if you have to pay for gigs that’s a huge red flag. There are so many scams out there and it’s important to know that to be good at something it needs practice and a good training. These so call “make money fast even if you don’t know how to write” its ridiculous. Thank you so much for sharing this and hopefully people will stay away from scams. LinkedIn is a great way to find jobs for writers. 

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thanks for chiming in Andrea!

  2. Having an owner who is unknown and a high start up fee plus upsells sounds like something to stay well clear off! As soon as I read  that in your introduction I thought, “hang on!”  It is not even clear on where or what country it’s offices are based. I think your rating of 1/10 is being generous. 

    They are offering $325 per assignment but where does that money come from? 

    If you want to write to make money then I would suggest a product review platform where you will earn legitimate money. 

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thanks Darren!

  3. Great review! I have heard of freelancing but haven’t looked into it because it’s not something I’m interested in at the moment. But it’s crazy to me that there are websites like this who prey on those who want to make money at home. Like you said, they are preying on individuals who don’t have the knowledge about how freelancing works. And if I were interested in something like this, I would’ve probably fallen for their trap. You did a wonderful job in talking about red flags. The fact that the owners of this business aren’t anywhere on the website really shows that they’re hiding something. I hope people do their homework and check this post out before they sign up with them.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Glad you found it helpful Victor!

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