10 Result(s) Displayed for tag Freelance Employment

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On February 4, 2020 I contracted with Freelance.com and they added a service transaction fee, then they added a foreign transaction fee. They billed me for a milestone and refused to release
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In most door to door sales positions you would need to buy your own kit, find your own leads, follow up, be proactive and work, work, work. Vector, however, requires something more. Initiall
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If you ask, you shall receive. Zaarly is a marketplace where anyone can ask for anything, the possibilities are endless. There are people looking for different services, individuals askin
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Seed.com is a website run by America On Line (AOL), where they encourage people with talents in writing, photography, and filmmaking to “Create, Be Heard, and Get Paid.” S
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oDesk.com claims that they are the largest, fastest growing online workplace, where employers can find the right contractor, anywhere in the world, to get the job done. According to t
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A reviewer wrote: "Do not leave your Credit Card with Freelancer". That is the truth summary. No matter how genuine Freelancer.com site may claim, you should ask yourself; how genu
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I have worked with essaywriters.net. The company is poorly managed. They steal from their clients and writers.
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ELance.com is a website connecting clients to freelance contractors. Some of the types of contractors include programmers, designers, writers, marketers, consultants, accountants, and muc
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Lynda.com, introduced in 1997, provides online technical video training, member events, instructional books, and tutorials. They have a library with over 1500 video courses and over 60,00
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Udemy.com is an online learning environment used by and created for both instructors and students. Courses available on their site cover an array of subjects including: programming, design,