Launches New Website Redesign

Oct 19, 2010, 07:30 ET from, a unique resource that allows online begging and panhandling, announces the launch of its redesigned website,

CHICAGO, Oct. 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Every year, begging online is becoming a very common way for people in need to beg or ask for a handout. It is a virtual phenomenon that some call cyber begging or Internet panhandling and it is another way for people who are begging for money and other needs to receive donations from strangers. allows people to write about their needs and stories of woe in hopes that some charitable readers will reply with a donation. is one of the only begging websites that costs nothing for online users to subscribe to and ask for donations. Many appeals for help can be found on and there is, in fact, may kind and generous souls who answer the pleas for help with monetary or materialistic donations.

Due to the popularity of this free cyber begging website, announces the launch of its redesigned website, The new design allows for easier navigation, provides enhanced functionality, and encourages visitors to not only post a beg, but also explore other people who are begging. If any stories touch their hearts, donations can be made through the website via PayPal. Unlike other begging sites out there that require you to pay to beg (anywhere from $15 to $45), the  cyber begging website, is one of the only begging sites that provides a way for anyone that needs help to beg for free.  There is zero risk and one hundred percent reward if you can beg for help online for free.

The begging website serves as a valuable tool that allows people begging for donations to use the Internet as another free way to ask for help. People who are begging in public do not have to pay to ask for a handout, so why is it any different when asking for people for a help online? If you are in desperate need and are begging for help, the Begslist cyber begging site stresses that it should not cost you any money to ask for donations from the kindness of others.

The new Begslist begging website, does not publish photographs or personal details of the beggars, though some do post their PayPal email address as a way to receive donations. The new Begslist website features sections that are divided into a number of categories such as: general beg for help, help pay bills, money for school, medical bills help, family crisis, save your home, money for travel, help paying rent, money for business, disaster help, toy donations for kids, entertainment, need a job, need clothes, unusual requests, need food, and charity donations.

The effort to emphasize the message that begging should not only be free when begging in the street, but also online as well resonates through the free begging website, Efforts will continue to evolve so that current and future people begging for help can have free access to ask for help and also view resources that could help them with their unwanted situations. expects to continue to raise the bar in with trying to help people who are begging through the use of the Internet.


Cyber begging, Internet begging, or Internet panhandling is the online version of traditional begging or panhandling where people can ask strangers for money, food, clothing, or shelter. Begging online has a clear advantage to street begging or panhandling where it can be done with relative anonymity, thus eliminating or reducing the embarrassment, shame, or keeping one's dignity that associated with begging in public. Begslist is a free way to ask for donations online, maintain privacy, and protect one's pride when begging for help.

Since 2007, Begslist has tried to keep the reputation of establishing itself as free cyber begging website that allows access to anyone who needs help as compared to a paid cyberbegging (pay-to-post) website by offering users FREE postings to ask for help.

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