FREELANCER (Current Employee) – Copper Center, AK – March 18, 2019
With Freelancer.com, you submit bids to perform work for employers who could be located anywhere in the world. Once you submit your bids, you may receive an offer to work for one or more employers. You choose what types of projects you want to work on and your work hours (in most cases). After you have accepted the offer, you start working on the project. Projects could be local locations where you show up to work or online positions where you can work anywhere you have the necessities to do the job.
You have to be careful of what projects you accept, because some employers are scam artists who try to take advantage of you. Most of the actual employers; however, are very dependable and pay you quickly once the project is completed.
The hardest part of the job is submitting the bids and waiting to have your bids accepted. The most enjoyable part of the job is completing the projects satisfactorily and reading the rave reviews once the project is completed.
A great opportunity to explore working for a variety of employers and exercising your skills
A lot of scam artists trying to get money from you
Freelancer (Former Employee) – Online – April 30, 2019
This company has a poor screening process and allows many projects to be fake. These projects have bugs that allow money to be instantly withdrawal from your payment source. They do not value true remote workers and the money involved.