I asked permission from Diane Young, a Linkedin.com colleague, to copy/paste her comments she posted on Linkedin.
She replied the more people that know the better.
Scam! Scam! Scam!
Diane YoungWriterTop Contributor
Ashley Wilfred recommends Paidonlinewritingjobs.com on LI under the headline “Discover the Best Online Freelance Writing Jobs”. Paidonlinewritingjobs is a total scam! They offer you 3 days of training to become a writer(!) for $1 paid with a credit card. What they don’t tell you is if you don’t
cancel within the 3 days, they charge your credit card $77, which is non-refundable. They use another link, so they’re unreachable, and any job you find will be through your own searching.
Earn up to $200 a day? Yeah, right.
Check them out on ScamXposer.com, right below their Internet listing.
How could Ashely Wilfred recommend them without knowing they’re frauds? It makes me wonder
if she’s not paid to recommend these scammers. I’m UNfollowing her and hope I can save writers
from this ugly scam.