Don't work for cashtah.com. The owner recruits writers through craigslist, pays them for a while then runs, changes her name and other online info. Has anybody here become a victim?
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I have responded to about 3 Craigslist ads over the last decade or so. I have never heard back from anyone so I must either assume that they fill positions really fast, or that the people running the ads were not legitimate.Yes, you really have to be careful with Craigslist. There are various scams. There are also MLMs and other biz opps with ads that are purposefully misleading, ofter posted in the customer service category and/or searchable with "telecommuting" or "telecommute" as a keyword.
That said, there are some legitimate jobs listed in the writing / editing and web / info design categories. And for that matter, some of the "telecommute" jobs may be legitimate. But I would proceed with caution.
It's far better to get some of the job listings through such work at home sites as wahm.com as they do some preliminary vetting.