iWriter Scam: The Hits Just Keep On Coming

UPDATE 3/9/15: A fellow writer on one of my work sites had this to say about iWriter’s $150+ “Fast Track” program:

“$150 doesn’t quite do it either. I signed up when I first joined TB (Textbroker). I thought, okay I will give this a shot. I paid, nothing happened. After a month, I started raising hell about it being a scam. I got my money back, but only after going through 8 weeks of annoyances and yelling matches. Run away as fast as possible. FYI, the check I got in the mail for the returned money came from Egypt.”

I’ve long maintained that a successful product sells itself; that a positive and upwardly-mobile workplace attracts talent without needing to try too hard. When I come across a freelance writing scam site or con, I do my best to write about the reasons why I consider it a bad choice for freelancers, and I don’t tend to bite my tongue when I’m dishing out deserved criticism. When I wrote my blog entry Freelance Writing Site Info: iWriter.com nearly a year ago, I figured that I’d detail the issues I found with the site, steer others off, and leave it up perpetually to serve as a warning. I didn’t expect I’d get a lot of comments on it – the review was pretty straightforward – but I did get a surprising chorus of agreement from people that had been burned financially by the site.

Almost unanimously, my visitors agreed that the ethics behind the site were questionable at best, even if they were claiming to have earned some money with them. My blog post might have answered the basic question of “Is iWriter.com a scam?”, but it was the commentary below it that drove the point home to casual browsers.

Yesterday, I got an email from iWriter, with the subject line “We’d like to deposit free money into your iwriter account balance.”

Here is the text of the email I received from iWriter:

Hi Delany, the holiday season is upon us and I thought it
would be fun to give away some free money sent straight to your
iWriter account.

And it’s valid until January 1st. Here’s how it works:


Also, I wanted to let you know that I’ve added a blog to iWriter,
which you’ll see when you visit the link above.

And we’re in the process of adding a feature to allow you to write
Press Releases for clients, which has been a highly requested

Lots of good things to come in 2014!

Have a look at the page below to see how you can earn free money
deposited by us, straight to your iWriter account balance:


Happy holidays! 🙂

Brad Callen
Bryxen Software, Inc.

Bryxen Software, Inc. 2159 Glebe Street, Suite 270 Carmel, IN 46032

Essentially, the link leads the reader to a page that’s offering a buck or two for every post they get out on the net that promotes iWriter. This morning, my queue on WordPress for my iWriter review piece – the one with over 20 negative comments about how much of a scam iWriter is behind the scenes – is suddenly filled with post after post about how wonderful and amazing and profitable the site is. All of these comments popped up mere hours after the email was sent…

….and if you think that’s a coincidence, I’ve got a bridge to sell ya.

iWriter and everyone spam-posting for the site – you’re embarrassing yourselves and muddying the waters of those looking for legitimate freelance writing sites. You’ll find no “safe harbor” on this blog when it’s so abundantly clear what’s motivating your posting tone.

29 thoughts on “iWriter Scam: The Hits Just Keep On Coming

  1. Everyone has an opinion, and your own may be just as valid as the next persons. Personally, I like iwriter, and this has nothing to do with the recent email sent from them. Cry all you want big man. If you can write well then iwriter isn’t a bad place to be associated with. I am a writer and writing articles and the like passes time and gets me a few extra bucks to play with. Maybe you got rejected too much for your own good.

    • 1.) The very fact that you haven’t found this blog prior to now tells me that yes, the recent pay-for-positive-comments iWriter email has quite a bit to do with your arrival here.

      2.) In case the name wasn’t a dead giveaway, I’m a woman, and I assure you, I’m a-OK putting the truth out there.

      3.) I have never been rejected from iWriter, nor had any of my work returned on other sites – not that it’s relevant whatsoever. Again, I find myself responding to a “Pro-iWriter” member that chooses to take shots at my professionalism instead of responding to my central point – that the pay-to-play tactics used by iWriter to promote their site and gather up more writers willing to work for sub-living wages are unethical and do perceptive harm to freelancing as a whole.

  2. Hmmm, iWriter isn’t a scam. You just had a negative experience. I’ve been using the site since Brad first launch it, Brad Callen has long history of making quality products in the internet marketing space, you don’t usually hear scam affiliated with his name. Scam is the wrong word to use, iWriter simply launched an affiliate program and then they told their users to promote the site, the unethical part of which you speak about isn’t iWriter but the users and how they choose to promote the service. 80% of businesses have affiliate programs and some of their affiliates do bad things to earn a few extra bucks doesn’t make the company they’re promoting bad.

    That being said, I’m not a writer for iWriter, I’m a buyer so I don’t know what the experience is from your perspective. I have however had over 200 articles written on iWriter and my experience has been mostly positive, I get crap articles from time to time but I also get some gems as well.

    Your clearly unhappy with the service but calling it a scam ins’t accurate, did they not pay you when you wrote something? Did they make you a promise and then did not deliver? Are they lying about the rates? Those would be considered scams. What your talking about is more along the lines of a crappy, horrible or sh*tty experience. No different from when someone gets a credit card with a high interest rate and anal fee, then call it scam when they get charged as if the terms didn’t clearly tell them what would happen.

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m not some iWriter defender, I use other services that are better. All I’m saying is that it’s not a scam.

    That being said, I suggest you check out other services, like WriterAccess, Scripted and TextBrokers. WriterAccess and Scripted pay substantially higher rates to writers if more money is what your looking for. You will need to be an exceptional writer though.

    FYI: I found this article searching “iwriter wordpress,” I was trying to find a iWriter plugin for WordPress.

    • Hello Glenton – thank you for visiting my blog!

      If this iWriter issue had been a lone incident, I wouldn’t have stepped out, guns blazing, as I did. I liberally scatter the term iWriter scam to nod to the spirit of their business, if not the actual acts themselves – generally, freelancers looking to partner with a business will toss that term – iWriter scam – into Google to check the legitimacy of the site.

      The fact of the matter is, however, that it’s one in a string of issues from not only this company, but Brad Callen – who has a dubious reputation among veteran freelancers for a long line of get-rich-quick type of endeavors which distressingly seem to trend towards elevating his status – business and financially speaking – while dragging down that of those elevating him.

      I point to an earlier post I did on the company, one which highlights how iWriter *charges* freelancers a not-insignificant sum for the “privilege” of working there. I’m not willing to give the proverbial benefit of the doubt to any company that thinks it’s ethical to charge its employees for a job position, period. I think you can agree that stuff like this stinks like 3 day old fish. (https://thefreelancewriterguide.wordpress.com/2013/02/05/freelance-writing-site-info-iwriter/)

      I’m actually on each of the sites you mentioned, five star status on most! WriterAccess has been brilliant for me, Scripted can be a bit obtuse, and Textbroker – well, lets just say they’re less than ideal in terms of treatment and pay. Freelancing is always going to be a moving target, and every site has something to gripe about, but I still firmly believe that iWriter deserves the reviews I’ve given it.

  3. I had a great experience with iWriter until I tried to have the content published. The publisher wouldn’t touch it.

    The reason is that iWriter keeps the rights to all of the content they sell.

    Sure, you get a license to do just about everything with it, but my publisher showed me this from their CONTENT USER AGREEMENT:


    Look at paragraph 7.

    The content is non-transferable, and they keep all the rights, so don’t try to flip your site without taking all of the iWriter content off first.


    • So, Paul – you are saying that, as a client, you were unable to use the work that you paid for how you wanted to use it? That’s crazy – I’m used to scam writing sites like these pulling a fast one on the writer’s side, but I’ve never heard of them doing it to clients!

      What a shame. Hopefully other clients will read your experience here and elect to go to another content mill – one that respects their right to use the product they’ve purchased!

  4. I hate iWriter. I was on the site for a year but only used it a few times. I was able to accumulate $4 for my articles. After a few months of not using it, I logged in only to receive word that my account was suspended for poor quality. I was not only insulted (I’ve been writing professionally for the past 5 years) but I also wondered why I suddenly got kicked off the site without even an email from them. I wasn’t even able to withdraw the money I earned and now I’m wondering what the hell happened to it. The worst part is, I recommended it to a couple writer friends who also experienced the same thing.

    A few days ago, I stumbled upon your blog after one of my friends sent me a link to your site. Coincidentally, I received an email from the founder:

    Hi Christine Txxx, I hope your week is going well. In this email, I
    wanted to ask you a question, as well as let you know what we’ve
    recently added and are potentially adding to iWriter… with the
    goal of making YOU more money.

    Ok, first off, we’ve added a new writer tier called Elite Plus.

    This writer level is available to any writer with 40 reviews, and
    an average rating of 4.9 or higher.

    And the pay off for becoming an Elite Plus writer is very
    significant. Instead of earning $5.50 or $10.00 for a 500 word
    article, depending if you’re at premium or elite status…

    You’ll now earn $24.30 per 500 word article! Now, obviously this
    pay level is only available for the best writers, but if you’re
    an excellent writer, we now have that pay level available for you!

    Secondly, I have a question for you. This will determine if we’ll
    be integrating the next feature into iWriter.

    For premium, elite, and elite plus writers we’re considering
    adding a users forum OR private Facebook group so that you can
    speak directly with one another, as well as with me, personally.

    We’re all a team and I want to make sure you have all of the
    resources available so you can earn more money.

    The more you make, the more iWriter makes. The more iWriter makes,
    the more we have to invest in improving iWriter for clients.

    And without happy clients, we would all be out of work. So, it
    starts with helping you as an iWriter and getting you the tools
    you need to provide high quality content.

    So, my questions are:

    1. Would you be interested in us creating a private forum or
    private Facebook group for premium, elite, and elite plus writers

    2. If so, which would you prefer? A forum or a Facebook group?

    If you could hit reply and let me know, it would be so much
    appreciated. Thanks again for your loyal support and I hope
    to hear from you soon!

    Brad Callen
    iWriter Founder

    Bryxen Software, Inc. 2159 Glebe Street, Suite 270 Carmel, IN 46032

    Good thing I found your blog! I hope I can find other writing websites that are (somewhat) similar to iWriter but aren’t fraudulent!

    • Christine;

      Many thanks for the information! It helps to have this sort of thing connected to my blog because if someone searches a line of text from the email to check it for “scamminess,” your comment will lead them here. As writers, we tend to focus on a payday (mostly out of necessity!) but sometimes fail to consider how many sites like this we’re handing over our pertinent info to – SSN, full name, address, etc. If we don’t get a quality experience and access to a transparent job interface in return, we’re already in an imbalanced work environment – they have everything they want from us and we don’t get anything in return. Callen has used tactics like this – the carrot on a stick, as it were – to try and lure back disenfranchised writers to start the cycle over and over again. You gotta think, if they haven’t bothered to weed out your email – one associated with a SUSPENDED account – from their sending chains, how organized could they be behind the scenes?

      You’ll see from other comments below that they have a history of suspending accounts with money in them and keeping it for themselves. Don’t let it get you down as a writer, they clearly use some very questionable business practices and it’s obvious you’re a good writer from your comment alone. 🙂

  5. IWriter is a total scam. I didn’t write for them very often because the platform was spotty for me to use and the pay low. But, I kept them on the back burner in case I might like to try later.
    Today, I went to try out an article and have had articles accepted in the past to find that I needed to take a test to do the article when I never needed to test in the past. NO information was given on how to take said test or how to retest if the test was failed.
    I asked that my account be closed and money owed me be returned. Some woman named Amanda then sent me an email today stating that they would not allow release of the money owed me unless I wrote twenty dollars worth of articles for them which isn’t possible as my account has been frozen.
    So, basically I’m out the money that I did earn and they refuse to release it. They must need the money BADLY since it was under ten bucks. NEW writers stay far far away from IWriter because if they’ll do that to someone who earned the money and refuse to honor payment, THEY will do that to you.

    • Hi Tara – I’m sorry this happened to you. Unfortunately, scanning the comments I’ve gotten turns up a handful of similar tales – many of these sites that use primarily foreign labor tend to operate as if they don’t need to follow the laws or ethics of the US. If there’s a problem, the chance of a foreign worker making any significant legal action stick is pretty much nonexistent, so sites like iWriter use payment tactics that I can only describe as cavalier.

  6. Hey, I think you have a great site.

    Unfortunately, there are not too many sites like it, most sites about iWriter are fake sites by iWriter staff that give rave reviews while pretending to be independent. That, of course, is a huge part of the scam itself.

    I have created a website about the iWriter scam, with a lot of information for anyone who is seeking more detail.

    iWriter needs to be exposed to everyone so that it could be shut down as quickly as possible.

    The address of the website is http://the-giant-iwriter-scam.blogspot.ca

    • Textbroker, and Crowdsource are all reasonably decent places for beginners that are just curious to see what freelance writing is all about. Textbroker in particular doesn’t pay very well and is super weird and inconsistent about comma usage, but it’s definitely a good look at the way the industry works. Avoid Zerys / Interact Media like the plague: they’ve gotten terrible recently and started demanding free work… I actually put them on my ban list.

  7. Before writing an article, we do a fair amount of research, however, before we join sites like iWriter, we go in blindly and hope for the best. Writers need to understand first and foremost that these sites DO NOT CARE ABOUT THE WRITERS. Take it from someone who used to love writing on the iWriter site. Yes, there are a few weirdo requesters but you learn to be patient and wait for decent ones instead of just picking up any old article request. Writers need to know that there is virtually no protection for them, if a client is a well-paying requester, Brad Callen and team cand and will treat you like yesterday’s discarded t-shirt. Writers need to know they are replaceable at the drop of a hat and need to focus on more than one source of income. I recently took on an e-book request and spent 3 days writing a 7000-word document for him. He took a week to accept the e-book, with the comments: “Thanks! Sorry to approve late I have been very busy but reading through I like your voice and writing ability… ” and proceeded to rate the e-book 5 stars.

    Naturally I was very happy as it took quite a few days out of my writing schedule and good feedback is always appreciated. This week, while I was finishing off an article, my screen froze and I was unable to continue. I refreshed my browser (luckily I save all the time!), only to find myself back at the log-in screen. Weird! I typed in my credentials and lo and behold the following message appeared: Error: Your account has been blocked due to refunded ebook project. This was the very same client who took a week to read my e-book and gave me that stellar rating for it. The reason he requested a refund? Low quality!

    There is no contact with the writer when something like this happens and obviously I was overwhelmed and on the brink of tears. My account was blocked and I couldn’t continue writing. The other sites I was regisered on have been a bit dry of late and with the support of over 20 requesters (I’m on their favourite list) I’ve managed to sustain our household on my iWriter earnings. I created a support ticket to find out what the heck was going on. There is simply no proper communication with the writers. I had a decent overall rating and my clients were happy to send me special requests. I am currently a member of the Warrior Forum and I am very tempted to let Brad Callen know exactly how I feel about his treatment of his writers. Amanda is the only person who has ever responded to any of the service tickets and I won’t be surprised if she’s the only one who works there. Expect to wait more than 22 hours for a response if you’re lucky enough to get one.

  8. Having read both the positive and negative reviews around I writer I must say that I have a bad feeling regarding this site for the following reasons.

    1.Very little work for standard writers
     How is it that there are so many elite and premium job openings yet so few standard ones. For the exceptionally low rate they pay standard writers, one would indeed assume that this would be much higher.

    2. Many of the requesters have significantly high rejected rates. 
    How is that possible. If they constantly received poor content would they not simply consider another site. In spite of this they continue requesting different articles which indicates that they are scamming hard working writers to submit and then stealing their work without payment.

    3. No communication with the requesters
    Other then submitting the articles there is no real opportunity to build a relationship with the requesters to query why they were either happy or unhappy with the articles written.

    4. Writers treated poorly
    Writers receive abysmal rates and are not given the respect they deserve. Quality articles are rejected for no real reason. These articles often take hours to write yet there is no clear message which indicates why is being rejected. Where is the proof that these articles are not stolen crediting others and cheating writers.

    Sudden errors and unjust blocking
    I writer at its discretion will block or ban a writer for no clear reason. By that I mean the writer has not broken their rules relating to banning yet finds himself or herself blocked from a site they have invested time and talent into.

    Buying elite status
    As stated above writers need to work themselves up to better rates through quality and quantity submission of articles. In spite of claiming quality iwriter offers a service whereby writers can buy their way to being classified as a better writer for a price above 100 dollars. This is ridiculous as it completely goes against what quality writers do. We write with merit. In addition most people pay the sum and never get upgraded. That is essentially theft. Also keeping in mind that they pay standard writers less then 2 dollars per article on average – the buying scheme is a complete abuse of people.

    No payment
    If you suddenly get banned for no justifiable reason or cannot struggle your way via the low rates to earn a billable amount of 20 dollars you never get paid! Again – this is theft – accountable to the writer who has worked hard.

    Ridiculous expectations for 1 dollar
    Requesters set sky high expectations for such low rates often between 1 to 3 dollars. Whilst the writer might accept the post it is truly an abuse of quality writers time and energy to be given instructions longer then the article or measly pennies.

    Reviews favour the requester
    Reviews in a public capacity can only be given to requesters who approve your article. Requesters who reject articles for no valid reason and possibly steal ones articles cannot be taken to task on the site publicly. Essentially this completely protects the scam artist and let’s the hard working writer suffer. Why do we find so many articles referring to being robbed off the site? Well it’s because their is no platform to comment on the site.

    Feedback from iwriter
    Writing to the site and requesting help often results in a response that completely ignores the query and warns you to start improving your writing to stay on.

    Having said that it really does no make sense for a quality writer to waste their time being scammed. This is a disgrace from i-writers perspective as it is clear that the intention of the site is not to serve a mutually beneficial site for writers and requesters but rather to scam people by pretending to be a service that benefits.

  9. Here is my story after spending hours writing for iWriter. About two years ago, I joined this scam website and after a while I started to feel annoyed that employers can simply reject articles for no reason at all. As soon as I got my first – and last – payment from that site, I stopped going there.

    A couple of weeks ago though, I decided to log back in and got the notification that my account was banned due to poor ratings. I should have taken that as sign and just gave up. But no, I tried to email them and asked about the banned account. They emailed back and told me to try to log back in as they have adjusted my ratings. Such nice people, I thought. So, I logged back in and started writing again. I was happy because a requester gave me lots of tasks and I was so close to the 4.1 rating to be a Premium member. Also, I was excited because i have again reached my withdrawable balance. Each day I would get new requests and good ratings.

    But, this Monday (Oct 26) after attempting to log in to leave a good rating for another employer who just approved of my submission, I got one big surprise, my account is once again banned and this time due to scamming ratings. WTH!! I just received an email saying that one employer approved of my work and I should leave a rating, but I was banned? I emailed support again and waited 24 hours.

    This morning (Oct 27 – Tuesday) I opened my email to a respond from them -ACCOUNT CLOSED. WOW!! and another WOW!!! I just could not believe it. I worked for meager payment and tried my best to get good ratings by making sure all my submissions were of high quality. My rating the last time I was there was 4.05, so close to 4.1.

    I am not sure if I should blame myself for going back there or if I should just charge this whole thing to experience. I just feel so bad that such people can do this to writers whose only objective is to earn money the respectful and honest way.

    Thank you for this blog, it has given me a place to air my side. I am sorry for all the other writers that iWriter has scammed.

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  11. I have to say that initially I think iwriter was great. I started on there when I was new to freelance writing and my only gripe was having to write so many articles to promote to the next level and this was before they introduced this thing where you pay $150 to move up. I never had any problems and the few times I had an article rejected, the reasons were not justified to which I brought up to iwriter and they fixed my reversed the negative rating. With that being said, I started getting emails recently of these promotional things to ‘make more money on iwriter 3x faster’ which just seemed fishy. I thought it was someone else trying to scam me, but then learned that it in fact did come from iwriter and looked MUCH like the letter you mention. I don’t know about behind the scenes. As I stated, when I first sought out working as a freelancer I thought it was a great place to get my feet wet, but it’s certainly gone downhill from what it was.

  12. My experience with iwriter:

    My first article was rejected; because, the client requested a 4 star writer (one that has paid for their ranking) and I was a newbie who chose not to pay for false ranks. I assumed this would be a non issue; because, the client had placed his request in the low paying pool open to any rank. As someone experienced with writing, I felt I could easily deliver what had been requested. The client reviewed my work, stated that I was a “very good writer,” and then rejected my piece. I messaged the client to thank him for his time while offering to edit the work, should he so desire. I did not receive a response. After a full day had passed, I wrote him again to respectfully let him know that I would retain my work for future use with another client. In response to my message regarding recycling content within iwriter, I received a very low rating from the potential buyer. In addition, my articles pending with other buyers were promptly rejected for seemingly random and unconvincing reasons.

    Suspecting foul play after reading some reviews of iwriter, I searched online for my content and found that it had been used, despite being rejected. When I contacted iwriter in regards to this, I was instructed to review the buyers, in a separate and seemingly unrelated pop up message . When I attempted to do so, the star review function was disabled and my comments were sent to an admin for review. My comments never displayed. I was never given a copy of my query or a receipt ticket number.

    I was then notified of my account’s impending deletion. In other words, they intended to ban me. I was also invited to purchase an Elite rank for $127. The Elite rank would keep my account active, give me a higher ranking, and allow me to accept higher paying jobs. I rejected this offer.

    In addition, a writer’s personal profile page, where one edits publicly displayed information, clearly shows the writer’s social security number. I contacted iwriter regarding this and demanded that my ss# be removed from my page. I understood the need for it initially but could not comprehend why it would retain a position embedded within my public profile. I was assured that only I could view my ss# number and that they were “always working on security improvements.”

    I have requested the deletion of my account.

    This website is a scam. Do not waste your time, money, or talent here.
    I regret the time and effort I extended to this site.

    Dear fellow writers, would be writers, or anyone considering iwriter,
    Your life may be in a hectic place right now. You may need to make some money quickly from the comfort of your home or you may need piece meal income while on the road, but, this website will not help you do this. And trust me when I say, I understand this need and am not writing from a place devoid of it. I am writing this review so that I may hopefully help someone avoid an experience similar to mine.
    Best Wishes,

  13. I have been writing professionally for 5 years. I have always had positive feedback from professors. I thought a small article of 700 words would be nothing. I was dead wrong. iwriter.com leaves more questions than answers. Their rejection quota is biased. Why would they reject an article and not list it again. My opinion – you will put in effort that is not proportional to the reward. What a waste! and they will make money with the content

  14. iWriter are the worst. They stole my work through a 3rd party and then sold the articles and blog posts THAT I WROTE to their clients. Now I am having to file DMCA notices with all the website owners that are publishing my stolen work because the work is MINE, copyrighted by ME and I own that copyright until I am paid for the work. I have never been registered with iWriter and I caution everyone never to sign up with them.

  15. WOW!! So glad I found this site. I am actually building a Digital Marketing and Systems Integration business (yep, yet another agency) here in the UK, looking to launch Q1 2017. I was actually thinking of using iWriter, as content will be a core component to our service offering. Think its safe to say I’ll be looking elsewhere, so all recommendations will be greatly appreciated.

    • Hello John! I highly recommend WriterAccess.com to anyone in search of solid, well-written content. I took the liberty of reaching out to my contacts at WA and let them know you were looking for content help!

  16. Can’t believe I found this website only now. I got scammed by iwriter aka Bryxen Inc, 24 hours ago after I did the fast track program. I wrote 3 great pieces of content and got a bad rating – could have written for a top website instead. Lost my money, time and feel like such a fool. All I wanted was to earn a little bit of money because I was in financial crisis and now I lost even more money. Beware potential future victims, stay away from them.

    • Max, don’t beat yourself up! 🙂 I fell for a lot of terrible things before I finally “found my feet” as a writer – in fact, those mistakes are one of the main reasons I started this blog to begin with. Don’t let an iWriter scam make you feel like you aren’t a great writer – you just need to partner up with sites and clients that appreciate you and *don’t make you pay to work*. Stick with it!

      • Appreciate your kind words, Wordchick. Not going to let them off easy – will be a complete thorn in their side if I have to, don’t care if my money is gone as long as they scam fewer people. Maybe writing to the BBB will help too.

  17. Anybody experiencing problems withdrawing money from iwriter…I have not been getting the normal weekly pay for the past two months….I have emailed the severally…what should I do?

  18. Freelancer users claiming to be “iWriter” accounts seek writers to help them with loads of projects. I’ve been victimized by 2 of them. One of the assignments even has a note “If you’re found to be doing this, you will be reported to iWriter, who will then ban you from the platform.” They employ for a week then after getting the articles they block you. Be very careful with iWriters scammers. @warrenson1 and @contentcreators123

    iWriters should ban their scamming writers too!

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