(Sigh) There’s another freelance scam around; this time the scammers pretend to be someone they’re patently not.
Read the article…
Here’s another popular scam mentioned in the article:
“Now, this “next step” may simply have the company’s cheap-ass way of auditioning writers naive enough not to know that pro freelancers don’t provide free samples (they may agree to write test pieces to see if they’re a good fit, but not without compensation). Not precisely a scam, though certainly a scumbag move.”
Be aware of these scams. Of course there are many others. The “let us test you” scam is an oldie. It keeps popping up. Obviously, don’t take these false “tests”. You’re just providing a scammer with some free content.
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