Did anyone else get an email from “William Saelak” about writing for a “Vetinfo” website?
Question by Café Mocha Valencia: Did anyone else get an email from “William Saelak” about writing for a “Vetinfo” website?
This is part of an email I received the other day:
“I was recently browsing Yahoo! for “Best Answers” on Pets and came across your account! Your passion, experience, and contributions are precisely the type of profile that Internet Brands is looking for. Since you were already contributing freely, I thought you might be interested in getting paid for all of your hard work!
I was wondering if you would be interested in a freelance writing position with our company. You will be helping pet owners answer questions on one of our websites (vetinfo.com) – which is a leading provider of pet health content that helps pet owners understand diseases, disorders, and health maintenance requirements of their animals. You would also be answering various other pet-related questions.”
When you go to that website it says that VETS are who are responding to your questions. I’m NOT a vet – I’m an accountant and a musician and though sure – I can hand out good advice about pet care I find it very disturbing – and unethical – that they asking NON-vets to answer the questions.
Anyone else received an email from this person/talked to this person? I emailed them back asking about why they were wanting me when I wasn’t a vet – and received no response.
john – euthanasia, of course. It’s FAR cheaper to just get a new one! 😉 Try the shelter’s Scratch and Dent bin!
Answer by Bebe ❤
Omg, yes!!! It is sooooooooooo annoying. Just ignore it hehe
*Cats are smart so even rats open lion’s envelope’s*
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