Freelancer.com & Freelance.com & vWorker.com

@yiart65 (146)
Singapore
July 17, 2012 10:40am CST
Had signed up with freelancer.com for a few years but only really got down to check it out these few weeks. Well, I had a project sent to me but the person would not reply me whenever I message him. And after reading many reviews on the internet, they said that it is a fraud. At the same time while i was going through, I saw some other websites such as vWorker.com and Freelance.com. But I'm not sure are they frauds as well. Can someone tell me which one is reliable? I only know websites like triond.com, wikinut.com and knoji.com are real because I had been working with them for at least a year and had receive money from them. But now, for vWorker.com and Freelance.com, I do not want to join them before I had my doubts clarify. Please help. Thanks alot.
2 responses
• India
17 Jul 12
Me too a member of freelancer.com for the past 6 months.Till now i didtnt make any money out of it.I tried bidding for vairous projects,but i lost my hope till now i didnt even a single project. Moreover i am not sure about the site. I have seen people saying that its a genuine site but till now i didnt see even a single payment proof.
@yiart65 (146)
• Singapore
17 Jul 12
Have you tried vWorker? From the reviews I read online, it seems promising. But well, to be safe, I would still want to gather more reviews from actual people on mylot. Thanks though. :)
• United States
17 Jul 12
What kind of work u r looking for? I I know this kind of site won't never give u jobs right away, I won't even waste time register the information and etc.
@yiart65 (146)
• Singapore
17 Jul 12
graphic design job. wanting to earn some extra cash as a freelancer so I'm hoping to find some on a legit website and not some scam websites. Do you have any suggestions?
@timetravel (1428)
• United States
17 Jul 12
I bid on a job at Freelancer, and was contacted by a woman who immediately wanted my email address - this is against the t's and c's of the site. She was very insistent, telling me about the job, etc. etc. She also said as soon as she got paid she would put the money in Freelancer - turns out she was outsourcing jobs she took. The job was supposed to be 5 articles - 1.00 an article (400 words each). I wrote 2 - and then she pressured me more and more for my email address, at which point I stopped. So I haven't gone back to the site. I don't mind writing for outsourcing sites (wish I knew more, in fact!) but as long as they are upfront.
@yiart65 (146)
• Singapore
18 Jul 12
So, I guess freelancer is just another scam site? Thanks anyway.