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Welcome to our friendly writer to writer warning site. This site allows writers to warn others about clients who have not paid them for work done. The person that maintains this blog makes no claims to any validity of any of the statements made by others on this site. This is not a site where we pursue any legal action, and we intend no harm against anyone mentioned here. It is simply a place for writers to talk about clients that they have had who did not pay them for their work.

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If you are mentioned on this site, and you think that you have been misrepresented, PLEASE comment to explain to others the situation. This is a place for writers to leave their own experiences about what has happened to them. If you have worked with a writer that is angry with you and has posted your name here, PLEASE defend yourself! We seek to explore all of the options and we want to hear your side of the story!

What If A Scammer Approaches You For Work?

If someone listed on this site, or on others sites approaches you and asks you to do work, how should you answer? The polite way is to say "No, thank you" or simply not to reply to the email. BUT THIS WONT STOP THEM FROM SCAMMING!

The only way to make things like this blog work is to reply to them with the truth. Say, for instance, "I saw your name and email on a blog warning me about scammers. Because of that, I will work for you, but only on a pre-pay basis. You pay me first, and then I will do the work." The only way that we can stop these people is by making them aware that we all know what they are doing. Let them know upfront. Make them go to the trouble of changing their email addresses again and again again. It is one of the only things that we poor, unrepresented writers can do to try to stop it. Stand up for yourself. TELL them that you know they are a scammer.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Email Addresses to Watch Out For!

According to a person posting at, the following email addresses belong to scammers that ask for work, assign it, and do not pay. According to several sources, these email addresses are addresses to be wary of! Please post a comment if you have any news or stories about them!

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Anonymous said...

I was contacted by Parasyadav claiming I had been selected out of many to write for him. I found out it was for an ezine anybody could join. He asked me to write articles about diet pills. When I sent the article he posted it on ezine. I checked the article and he had written under my name that I was a dietician and people should contact me, I am not even close to being a dietician. he also wrote his own article and posted it under my name. It was so riddled with grammatical errors I was mortified that people would think I had written it. I deleted it, and my article, changed my password, and told him I could not work for him. He asked me to continue working for him but I refused. I did not lose money to him fortunately, but he is extremely questionable. I would stear clear. Wendy M.

Anonymous said...

Hm, notice how they are all free email accounts. BIG red flag!