I applied and will decide whether or not to accept once I find out which book I would be assigned. Since I have so much "sittin' around time, if it looks like and interesting book, why not?
The scheduler said they will pay the entire reimbursement so I will go for it. How bad can the questions be from this company? I have not seen them so I am interested in that too.
I'm reminding people not to work several hours for $6.
Take the book to Barnes & Noble, grab a coffee, and read it... and do a zero-fee B&N shop while you're there. While checking the bathroom, take some money and flush it down the toilet. Three birds one stone.
@sandyf Is there a reason you cannot reveal the book title? Is that equivalent to the "client"? I just wish I could know which book I'd have to read before signing up, in case it isn't something I think I could get through.
Isn't this the same MS that sent an email to its entire database promoting the owners good friend's book and urging us all to read it? Maybe totally not related, but I know when I saw this MS come across I thought for sure it was a way to get people to read the book, write the review, to promote it up on Amazon. Maybe I am being a conspiracy theorist.