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Fake projects

Complaint Rating:  38 % with 8 votes
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People running this website post fake freelance projects on different websites to get people to join their website. They also post fake projects on their own website. People are wasting their time bidding on these projects because they are all fake. I repeatedly requested to get my account closed because I was conned into joining myself, yet nobody has yet to do anything or answer my requests.
Complaint comments Comments (4) Complaint country United States Complaint category Employment, Staffing, Recruiting Agencies


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D  17th of May, 2011 by    0 Votes
I disagree with this, since I have already completed more than 3 projects on eZdia, I have earned more than 400 dollars and clients left me decent feedback as well. I wish you should have tried few more bidding there.
D  23rd of May, 2011 by    0 Votes
In agreement with the Veenay Info, I also like to say regarding closing account. They have their process of closing the account. You have to mail on the mentioned id there for closing your account and after your mail it will took some time to execute that. For more info you can see in their FAQ's section or click here http://www.ezdia.com/jsp/FAQs.jsp#16
So I think you should see this and mail them for your request.
N  9th of Sep, 2011 by    0 Votes
Considering Ezdia.com is a website promoting a command and proper usage of the English language, the number of grammatical and syntactical errors in it's presentation is STAGGERING. In support of Ezdia.com, Veenay, a successful writer on the site, proclaims: "I wish you should have tried few more bidding there." In agreement, Michael chimes in with these nuggets: "I also like to say..., " "You have to mail on the mentioned id, " "...and after your mail it will took some time..., " and "...I think you should see this and mail them for your request." These are successful writers on the site? This site is obviously being run and promoted by (Nigerian?) scam artists.
N  20th of Jul, 2012 by    0 Votes
Ezdia sucks, when I ordered an article, for an American writer I got a phone call from an American writer and then he was tried to charge me again over $100! I then told them to keep the original $13.80 they charged me because I paid an extra $8 for an American writer. Don't do business with them, they are liars in India! How you gonna charge me again for an article that I already paid for. And if it's going to be over $100 then I mines well do a press release! I'm not paying over $100 for an article. Ezdia is a scam operation!!!

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