Dec 31, 2017 09:29:27 PM Edited Dec 31, 2017 10:51:21 PM by Valeria K
|**Edited for Community Guidelines**|
Client is from Santa Clara, US, has spent more than 60K, has sent about 12,000 invites for this posting, has 5 star reviews, has hired 320 people......
I declined though.
Dec 31, 2017 10:03:44 PM by James P
If he is setting up a new online learning platform and needs people to test it then it could be completely legitimate.
Questions to ask are how long will the modules take to complete? Is that time worth the pay? Alternatively, you could treat it as development opportunity.
Dec 31, 2017 10:54:09 PM by Valeria K
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Jan 1, 2018 10:34:03 AM by Prashant P
I am confused. My post was 'edited per community guidelines" in almost its entirety. It was a copy paste from the Upwork invitation. I read the guidelines and still am confused.
Jan 1, 2018 10:45:42 AM by Valeria K
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Jan 1, 2018 11:55:07 AM by Preston H
Anybody seeking to hire "99 people" is not interested in hiring ME specifically.
So that is typically not a job I would be interested in.
But anybody who has spent over $60,000 on hiring people through Upwork is clearly someone who has money and is willing to spend on hiring people.
So if you're open to jobs that may be hiring many people to work on the same task... That kind of track record is something to consider. I wouldn't assume they're a scammer.