I was just going to browse on CL today and after I clicked to go on the jobs section for writing, it immediately popped up with this page: " SCAM ALERT - affiliate scammers are posting bogus ads promising (nonexistent!) employment, paid research trials, or other compensation, but then notifying repliers that they'll need to jump through a hoop first, directing them to: background checking services credit checking or reporting sites sites where you are instructed to enter your resume or other personal information sites where you are asked to sign up for a "free" trial offer sites offering training or education sites offering a "system" for making money survey or focus group sites sites designed to deliver malware or misuse your identifying information all in hopes of earning affiliate marketing commissions or otherwise profiting at the expense of persons seeking employment. Lots of variations on this scam, but each generally involves dangling (nonexistent!) compensation, and then directing you to a website where you are asked to sign up for something, use your credit card, or input personal information such as your email address. FUN FACT: If you are able to determine a scammer's "affiliate ID" and report it to their affiliate marketing program, this will often result in termination of the scammer, and confiscation of the scammer's ill-gotten gains by the affiliate program." I'm not sure how long this has been up there(don't use CL much), but it seems like they dogs have launched an attack on Black Hatters. Not that it'll do much good. Lol. Just thought anyone using CL for marketing should know that in case they didn't already. Thanks.