• At eWomen, we are very particular about the security of our users and take it on high priority. eWomen highly value the hard work put in by our security keepers to improve the security of the products and services we offer. We are dedicated to work with this community to check, reproduce, and respond to genuinely reported threats and danger. We encourage all the members of this the community to come forward and responsibly report any case(s).
Let us have a look at some important tips that can help you stay safe on eWomen and online in general.
Protect your machine:
• Keep your antivirus software, browsers, plug-ins, applications, and operating systems updated with the latest version.
The illegal activity of sending emails claiming or pretending to be from authentic resources in order to persuade people disclose their personal information online, such as, passwords and credit card numbers, is called Phishing.
eWomen has applied the below mentioned safety measures at the system level:
• Password – You will require a user ID and password to log in to the website and access your personal information.
If you’re a freelancer who earns money working with your client through eWomen, you need to report this income on your tax return. You are recommended to use your “Earnings by Client” report to accurately document your earnings from eWomen.
‘Form 16’ is a kid of salary certificate that an employer issues to all of his employees at the end of every financial year. This certificate reflects the total amount of salary paid to an employee and the TDS deducted during the said financial year.
eWomen permits you to register more than one accounts as long as long as you are the owner of those accounts.
Before registering a payment method on eWomen, we recommend you to carefully check your account number(s) and details properly. Accuracy of these details is solely your responsibility and is important for successful transfer of your funds.
We apologize if you had to wait long for a response for your customer support enquiry.
We would like to inform you that at times freelancers send more than a single request and/or visit Live Chat multiple times to register the same problem. This, instead of expediting, actually prolongs the process.
No, you don’t receive a notice for the occasional paused contract on the eWomen platform.
We understand the fact that even the clients can behave poorly. We do take this and other factors into consideration.