This Craigslist Ad Is Looking for People Who Will Post Fake Yelp Reviews for Cash (nymag)
**What about fringe benefits?**
Jezebel stumbled across this horrible ad that manages to combine two arenas with the most potential for abuse on the internet, Yelp and Craigslist. A help-wanted entry posted in the Los Angeles site’s “writing/editing jobs” section offers “qualified” Yelpers $7 each for every quick, five-star, copy- and-paste job they post. In return, of course, the shady service’s clients get a boost with their presumably subpar ratings.
It’s very simple, apparently, and your new employer will even “forward you the pictures” to accompany all that made-up and flowery praise:
> We are looking for Yelpers who are interested in making money part time working from home publishing Yelp Reviews we receive from our client’s customers as testimonials!
Forward you the business page
Forward the comments
Forward you the pictures.
AND PAY YOU THROUGH PAYPAL!
All you have to do is copy the comments and place a 5 star review for the businesses we ask you to place the review for — and that’s it!
You get paid for each review we send you and place that becomes recommended and not filtered.
This shrewd use of the phrase “Yelp Reviews we receive” seems to be the poster’s way …
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