Saturday, 14 November 2015

Moreover, it seemed clear that, even among the freelance writing guides that suspected foul play, none seemed to understand that every single part of iWriter is a scam.

Even when those blogs and websites suspected fraud, they only seemed to have noticed 10% or so of the fraud and scamming that takes place at iWriter.

I created this website so as to expose and document the iWriter scam in its entirety, and that is why this website deals solely with that matter.

I hope that this site can serve an instructive, educational purpose, inducing people to spread the news about the iWriter scam until everybody, once informed, can avoid iWriter altogether.

Employing simple, back-of-the-envelope calculations, it can be estimated that the theft and fraud committed by that site over the years is in the tens of millions of dollars, if not in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

One reason that this is the case is that the site's “profit margin” is close to 100%. The site is a scam after all.

There is, therefore, an urgent need to inform as many people as possible, as quickly as possible, about the existence and nature of the scam.
Consider the following:

What would you reply if you were asked to write all of the technical contents of a website for somebody that you've never met, and to do it all for free?

Well, the answer is obvious.


If you pen articles at iWriter though, that is EXACTLY what you are doing?

This website was started to explain exactly how, so that fewer and fewer people end up, unwittingly, using the iWriter website in the first place.

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