Article sites.

United States
March 7, 2010 7:02pm CST
Okay so im on a site that lets you post articles for people to read. I just started to use this site and i really liked it, but today i got two emails from the site saying that they deleted two of my articles, this made me so mad, they said it was because of my grammer error but i did the grammer and a spelling check i just think that it was because they are a scam site that wants to take your articles and not give you the cash they promised for them. What do you think about this?
7 responses
@barma10 (166)
• India
8 Mar 10
I am not actually well experienced in these field but after watching your post the site might be scam appears to me.can you please tell me what is the site name and in mylot it would not harm you for mentioning the name as i have already gone through the terms.if you mentioned the name than many of mylotters could say more properly whether that is a fake or not.
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• Philippines
8 Mar 10
Yes it is a scam site and they just took your articles to make it there own and they can get profit by it and they sell it to there clients dont visit there site anymore you better stay here on mylot and keep discussing and replying to the message its a lot more fun and it is not a scam site...
• United States
8 Mar 10
Just curious, prepzter23, what are you basing your assumption on?
@jlamela (4909)
• Philippines
10 Mar 10
That's ridiculous I don't think any site will do that, pulling articles just because of grammar error, they could have told you before they published it that it needed some editing and revision. So ok maybe you are right that site is a scam.
@dodyast3 (1518)
• Indonesia
8 Mar 10
Since you don't mention the name of the site, I cannot comment on it. But usually, if you have spelling or grammar error, they will return the article and ask us to fix it before submitting it again. Anyway, you can try factoid. It is a nice website for submitting articles. I have been paid so many times with them. So definitely, they are not a scam. You can find the link to the site on my profile, look at the links on the right hand side of the profile. In this site, you will be paid based on how many visitors are coming to your articles. The payment is going to Paypal once a month with minimum of $1.
@LaDeBoheme (1961)
• United States
8 Mar 10
Grammar and spelling have to be spot-on when writing articles for most reputable sites. If a site that's in the business of publishing written material doesn't require it, than I would worry about them being unprofessional and yes, just a scam site. It would help to know what site you are talking about. Did you read all the guidelines and requirements? I realize that people will be more lax when posting to a discussion group or forum, and I am not trying to be mean, just helpful, but your message has several grammar and spelling mistakes in it. I assume you were more diligent and careful when you submitted your articles to this mystery site? Nontheless, even the best writers and authors have suffered rejection.
• Indonesia
8 Mar 10
So, what site you are writing for? Writing articles requires a good grammar and spelling. It's better for you to write your articles in Microsoft Word because it has a good feature of grammar and spelling check. The cash will be paid once your article is published, it's not very likely that article sites to be a scam, in my opinion.
@Jargoness (1193)
• Israel
8 Mar 10
What site? You can name it, as long as you don't promote it (and I don't think you'll do it ). :)