What: Online platform connecting employers and Freelancers

Expected pay: Varies

Commissions & fees:  9% of wages, plus membership fee

Where: Nationwide (worldwide)

Requirements: Varies with job



  • Weekly pay
  • Difficult to get jobs


  • Beyond the basic level, the site charges a membership fee
  • Membership fees are non-refundable
  • A LOT of bad reviews

What Users Say: (From SiteJabber)

I was a victim of a scam. Lost $1800. I was contacted by a “recruiter” Aja Gardner who sent me to an interview with a supposedly Human Resources agent from Mcmillan publishers. The agent made a one hour interview for the job and then sent me a check for $6900 for me to buy equipments. I deposited the check and as soon as I sent the first payment ($1800) to a supposedly computer retailer the bank bounced back the check. Everything was very professional, very well made…

Since I did apply for about 12 auctions to provide services every single one contacted back to me with different than asked services, all people said that can not wire money, only checks. Part of them asked of setting illegal accounts, part of them of fraud. This is the biggest fraud service portal I ever saw. All India scammers and fraud developers are there. There is any – literally any single one normal proposal or business.

Stay away.

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