So, to some of you this is probably nothing new, but it's like this, during a conversation with a friend of mine about making money online, we scratch the surface of freelancing and outsourcing, and he just gave me the following idea. Search for medium-high value projects, bid as high as you can to get hired, then go into other freelance site, create the same project that you've been hired in the first freelancing site, accept the lowest bids. After the guys I've hired deliver the project, I forward it to my real hirer, get paid, pay the other guys I've hired their share, and keep the difference. As far as I know this can be done countless times a week, if I get $20-$40 dollars of real profit by project, this will mean $200-$400 a week for 10 projects workload a week. Also, as far as my knowledge goes, the only money I have to spend is the money to pay the people I'll hire after being paid by the original project creator. This almost seems like a method Is this possible and viable or is there something I'm missing?!