Hirewriters.com Scam Review
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#1 Mar 13, 2013
The site encourages clients to rip off writers by turning a blind eye on article stealing. So called "clients" post jobs for writers and then post the articles on their own sites or sell them then they simply hit "reject" button. If you complain to hirewriters.com they close your account and keep (with me it was $24) your money paid from legitimate clients. The site is run by blackhatters for blackhatters. Their lame response is that the "client" only sees a screenshot of the finished article unless they accept it, therefore it can not be copied, LOL. Stay away from this shiit scammer site. Some punk named Justin and another named Josh are on blackhat sites bragging about this, don't get screwed writers, stay with well known, established writer sites (this one sprang up last summer). Do google search for your "rejected" articles and they will magically turn up, word for word.
#2 Jun 8, 2013
hirewriters.com is one of the worst possible content writing site. they have horrific rejection rate. they keep your money exactly the day you are supposed to be paid. they tell you they suspect you are in another country and when you send them documents you are in the US, they tell you they still feel you did not write well even if you have 4.8 rating out of 5. they are sore losers..let this site pass.
#3 Jun 10, 2013
There were four writers in the house that worked for Hire Writers, and they shut us all down at the same time, and targeted the last writer to make an account, flat out calling her a liar and saying that she had multiple accounts. Nevermind the four separate verified PayPal accounts, or any of that.
They refused to reimburse the money that the writers had earned, and looked the other way when other writers plagiarized content. Fake website, terrible service.
#5 Sep 11, 2013
Yes, I had my account frozen because apparently I was in Nigeria! Never been there in my life and only ever logged on from real UK IP addresses. I was foolish enough to send them copies of my passport and drivers license that had the exact same address I had signed up with on, and since then they have just ignored all my correspondence. This all came about as I had complained about articles going missing when I completed them and submitted them. They are a scam, and if you really want to write for them, never dare complain about anything. Fortunately I only had around 50 dollars in my account the day they froze it, the previous week it had been over 200!
#6 Nov 1, 2013
I recently signed up to write for hirewriters.com . Although my first piece was accepted and received 5 stars, the low pay for the quality work they want just does not seem fair to me. Writing quality, original content can be time consuming and requires creativity. Since they want quality work, I think I will hold out for quality pay.
#7 Apr 13, 2014
Articles were not delivered on time and was only able to see the title of the article since they froze my account when I asked for a refund. They could of had a lifetime of business, but now looks like I'm out $23 and have to write this complaint about them due to their horrible platform strategy and customer support. Make sure you use a different service that knows how to treat customers.
#8 May 19, 2014
They steal articles
They pay is a joke
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