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Why you should consider "Not Verified" Posts

setumonroe
Community Guru
Setu M Member Since: Jan 26, 2014
41 of 45

@Nichola L wrote:

 Setu, would you please come back to us - permanently.


Thanks Nichola. I miss being a part of the community in all honesty.

But Upwork made it quite difficult to gather information by reasonable means.

..... And that was my main role here.

---- easy like Sunday morning ----
juvy_ann-palma
Community Guru
Juvy Ann P Member Since: Oct 29, 2015
42 of 45

@Setu M wrote:

@Nichola L wrote:

 Setu, would you please come back to us - permanently.


Thanks Nichola. I miss being a part of the community in all honesty.

But Upwork made it quite difficult to gather information by reasonable means.

..... And that was my main role here.


 

(sigh)

cupidmedia
Community Guru
Jennifer D Member Since: Feb 15, 2016
43 of 45

Kyle, just make sure that the client verifies their payment method *before* you start working on the project.

kyle05
Active Member
Kyle F Member Since: May 29, 2017
44 of 45

The client seems to be interviewing every candidate to apply. Not sure what to make of it, but I am glad I found this post. I'll be sure to stop passing on unverified clients, as long as they're new to Upwork. 

 

Thank you Setu for this highly valuable post! 

 

aldb07
Active Member
Anna Liza B Member Since: Jul 28, 2015
45 of 45

Just like what Setu said, I don't really passed out on unverified payment method as long as they verify it BEFORE I start working on the project.

 

I also usually make sure that it is less than a week that they joined Upwork. Higher chance that they will hire a freelancer than a client with more than a month of payment method being unverified with millions (yes I exaggerated it Smiley TongueSmiley LOL ) of jobs posted.

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