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Freelancer is an Australian crowdsourcing marketplace website, which allows potential employers to post jobs that freelancers can then bid to complete. Founded in 2009, its headquarters is located in Sydney, Australia, though it also has offices in Vancouver, London, Buenos Aires, Manila, and Jakarta.

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    Freelancer.com - Is this even legal? KYC

    Hello, I'll try to be short and explain briefly. I work as freelancer in a Freelancing site, they hire me, or post a job, I do the job, I get fees charged, and I complete the job to get paid. I've completed the job, and client released "funds", now, when requesting my funds, suddenly...
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    freelancer.com - Is this legal?

    Hi, I signed up to the freelance plattform: freelance.com. It works in this way. You as a freelancer can bit on projects and if the recruiter accept the offer he gives you the project. In the moment you accept the offer freelancer.com charges you a project fee. If the recruiter ends the project...
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    Fraud by Freelancer Inc. - Recourse?

    Freelancer Inc. for 1) the fees illegally took from my Bank Account without my authorisation and penal code violations 1. Grand Theft CPC § 487 2. Endless Chain of Scheme, CPC §327 Freelancer Inc. demands illegally personal identification documents without any legal...
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    Defamation on Freelancer.com - Where Do I Stand?

    Hi I'll stick to the valid points, maybe a little tricky. I'm a freelancer and member of a well known Australian based freelancing/outsourcing website. After winning a contest, the contest holder chose to leave what I believe to be defamatory comments in his review, this is the comment. "No...