1. When you make an offer on a job as a freelancer, you must possess the skills the job itself outlines, and know that you’ll be able to complete the job to a high standard. Also, all offers you make must be for you, not on behalf of someone else.
  2. When you make an offer or conclude an agreement with a company, it must take place within the Worksome website. If you’ve had a dialogue or negotiations outside Worksome on email or phone, ensure you make your offer at Worksome so the company is able to securely accept your offer.
  3. All payments and billing takes place on our website. When you’d like to claim a payment for a job through Worksome, just create a charge on the job so we can approve the payment for you. We automatically make an invoice on your behalf so you don’t have to. (See more in our FAQ for freelancers)
  4. You are not allowed to use Worksome as a platform to sell other services or products to a company at Worksome, which they do not themselves request in their dialogue with you or in a concrete job post.
  5. Your offers and dialogue with companies must be relevant and honest, you should not copy and paste text.
  6. Don’t start working on a paid job before you’ve reached an agreement with the company and they’ve accepted your offer on a specific job.
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