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Legit Writing Jobs

Legit Writing Jobs Review by David Harris “Legit Writing Jobs”, found at legitwritingjobs.com, is an affiliate Clickbank product that uses the lure of writing jobs. It is not a job site. It is an affiliate marketing product. If you’re looking to find writing jobs through Legit Writing Jobs you will be sadly disappointed. I regret to inform that there are no legit writing jobs to be had at the ironically titled Legit Writing Jobs. The content inside, once you join …
 

Paid Online Writing Jobs

Paid Online Writing Jobs Review by David Harris | Updated on March 16, 2022, at 9:29 AM: Paid Online Writing Jobs is found at paidonlinewritingjobs.com, which is a database middleman site. They offer writers a list of sites and companies needing writers to work for them remotely from home. However, there are many red flags I will address as we go in the Paid Online Writing Jobs review. [ ScamXposer’s Top Recommended Business, Click Here For Details ] To begin …
 

Freedom With Writing

Freedom With Writing Review by David Harris | Updated: December 15, 2021 Freedom With Writing by Jacob Jans, found at freedomwithwriting.com, is a writers’ ezine, or internet electronic magazine publication. It connects freelance writers to companies in need of those services. FreedomWithWriting is a little bit of a letdown in that they send you links to job sites that try to get journalists to write for free in hopes that you can eventually make money. Freedom With Writing is more …
 

Online Cash Commissions

Online Cash Commissions Scam Review By David Harris There are two Online Cash Commissions. Apparently, someone did not get the memo. The two, however, are completely identical, so maybe two scams are better than one at scammer central. Yikes. The following review applies to both copycat con jobs: Online Cash Commissions, by Sandra Miller and found at cash-members.net/tpl/17994; and Online Cash Commissions, by Megan Jackson, and found at safeserversonline.com, are nothing but scams, I lament to say to those who …
 

World News Job and Employment Trends

World News Job and Employment Trends Review by David Harris “World News Job and Employment Trends”, by Raena Lynn, with a byline by nonexistent journalist Brian Price, and found at worldnews.com-jobs.news. It’s another one of many link posting scams that use the fake news advertorial web design. An advertorial is a recent scammer phrase that denotes a hybrid of advertising sales copy and editorial news styled writing. It supposed to make you think you might be reading a news report. …
 
 
 
 
 
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