How to identify webcam jobs ads posted by a fake cam studio
Like any other industry, online modeling can be very misleading for a cam model that is at the beginning of her career, but this should not discourage you. There are several ways you can differentiate webcam jobs ads posted by fake cam studios from those posted by professional cam studios, such as Studio 20.
Here are a few tricks that can help you figure out which webcam jobs you should stay away from:
1. A cam studio that asks for money in advance
Becoming a cam model doesn’t cost a thing if you work for a cam studio. You need to invest real money only when you decide to work from home because you need a computer, a webcam, internet connection, lights, outfits, makeup, accessories etc.
If you choose to work in a professional cam studio, such as Studio 20, you should know that it provides all the necessary comfort so you can benefit from the best working conditions. Therefore, a website or a cam studio that asks you for money it is clearly an attempt to trick you. Just ignore that webcam job ad.
2. You don’t find online information about that company
Let's say you found a cam studio that promises everything you want: a great income, great working conditions, flexible hours and many other benefits. The next thing you should do is Google it and search the location, details about the company, reviews on the forums and articles in the media. If you don’t find anything about that cam studio or you find fictitious data, then it's a scam.
3. The website is full of spelling mistakes and broken links
Let's say you decided to apply for a webcam job and land on the cam studio's website. If you find poor quality content, inadequate information, many spelling mistakes and broken links, it means that the website is meant to deceive young women eager to become webcam models. Therefore, if the website doesn’t have that professional look, then it’s more than likely that the cam studio will not provide you with the professional help you need.
4. Offers you cash in advance
This method of fraud is quite common and noteworthy for you to have in mind when you search for webcam jobs ads. If you are offered a sum of money before you start your actual work, then stay away from this cam studio, as they try to fool you and use you.
5. The company doesn’t require an ID and doesn’t offer a contract
Let’s say you've decided that you want to become a cam model, you found an interesting advertisement about a cam job and you’ve set an interview. If that company doesn’t ask for your ID to verify if you comply with the legal age of a cam girl and if it doesn’t offer you to sign a contract, then it is a fake company, trying to trick you. Do not trust promises without proper documents.
If you don’t know or don’t understand some of the details from a webcam job ad, ask further questions and try to get all the answers you need. Don’t trust anyone who promises you a lot of money without legal forms. Do not be fooled by any fake cam studio or unreliable websites. Make sure you work with professionals and you benefit from the best working conditions.