You can find quite a variety of projects on Freelancer.com. Of course, there are the ever popular projects like computer graphics, iPhone apps, business writing, and logo design. Surprisingly, there are also rather distinctive categories such as life coaching and risk management. Where else can you find such a diverse selection of work as instrumentation, supplier sourcing, employment, and heating systems?
That said, Freelancer.com makes sure all posted projects are legitimate. We do not allow projects with content that may harm the business operation or reputation of Freelancer.com or cause a possible loss of the services of its suppliers.
The following projects violate our Terms and Conditions and their project fees are nonrefundable:
Hacking, reverse-engineering, skimming, cracking, clickjacking, decompiling, Cryptowall, or dropper software
Employers looking for work
Creation, buying or selling of accounts
Asking for/generation of likes, views, followers, reviews, votes, downloads, comments
Money-transfer and money-exchange projects
Captcha Projects - bypass, keylogger, etc
Buying or selling of end products
Selling of stock items
Selling of stolen scripts
School assignments, university projects, theses, dissertations, online exams, online interviews, etc.
Falsification of documents
Creation of bots for cheating, bypassing or circumventing of systems
Silent doc exploit/FUD (fully undetectable)
Racist or discriminating remarks
If you’re a freelancer and you’re wondering if you can sell ready-made solutions, the answer is yes. This is as long as the employer agrees to this and you have proper rights to sell the solution.
As a freelancer, it is important that you are able to spot the red flags and early warning signs of these projects. Read on to know more.