iFreelance review | Matching freelancers to clients


iFreelancer is connects freelancers with those looking to outsource some help.


The freelancer pays a monthly fee ($6-$12/mo) and the client pays the contractor directly.

iFreelancer does not mediate in any way and the agreement is between you and the freelancer.

So, basically a dating site. You need to see who’s a good fit and determine their trustworthiness and determine your risk factor.




  • Freelancer keeps 100% of the revenue from the project and only pay a monthly membership fee
  • Cancellation and/or dispute policy is non-existent due to the face that iFreelancer does not receive any of the revenue from the project
  • Support/help section could be presented better
  • Unclear terms



Matching freelancers to clients.



There is a skill rating for each freelancer that the freelancer fills out.

After the job is complete the client can write a review and rate the freelancer.

While clients can post a project in any category, as of this review we saw very little project activity on the site.

Kinda like walking into an empty restaurant, makes you wonder why no one’s eating there.

The freelance market is rife with lackluster performers and downright scammers.

Not being able to protect yourself in this market is a huge deal and, like any dating site, buyer beware.


iFreelance at a glance


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Company Overview

Editor’s note: This information was taken directly from the company’s page 


iFreelance is a service for independent professionals looking for freelance jobs.

Whether you have experience in proofreading, art jobs or data entry, iFreelance is where you can meet entrepreneurs and sell your freelancing skills.

The company offers two primary options to help you get your project completed.

You can either post a project to have freelancers submit bids to you, or you may seek out freelancers to work on your project and contact them directly, the service to do this is free.



Area of Focus: Accounting, Administration, Business, Engineering, Graphic Design & Marketing
Cost to Post: Free for employer. Freelancer pays a monthly fee ranging from $6.25/mo to $12/mo depending on features they want.
Payment/Terms Policy: Payment is made at the end of the project. iFreelancer does not get involved in this part of the transaction. Options for payment are Paypal, check/money order or Freelancer’s payment system, i.e. credit card. Freelancer receives 100% of the fee.
Refund/Dispute Policy: No clear support in their terms for any type of refund/dispute. Proceed with caution.
Ease of Use: Pretty standard questions to get your project posted, but will take at least 30 minutes to complete the questionnaire.



If you’re a freelancer, iFreelance offers a fee for membership.

With your membership to iFreelance, you can advertise to employers, bid on projects, showcase your portfolio, promote your website, and more.

The three commission-free membership levels offer a range of features to match your business needs.

Post multiple profiles to represent each unique service you offer and to increase your exposure to employers.