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Are you looking to see how tough they are? If so PO are very simple. Very. You can preview after you accept but not before.
I got dinged on my last report for using "she" instead of clerk. Someone was just talking about it on the forum, before I did the shop. I try to make sure to remember that now, when doing the report. They are fairly easy.
The dingers are so smart. Yet some of them cannot put a sentence together.
It is all about authority.
spaztck Wrote:
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> I got dinged on my last report for using "she"
> instead of clerk. Someone was just talking about
> it on the forum, before I did the shop. I try to
> make sure to remember that now, when doing the
> report. They are fairly easy.

If its the alphabet scenario shop, the guidelines specifically to use The Clerk. They don't want names or gender. I never got dinged but certainally took more concentration when writing.

If you ask the scheduler about the report, they may provide you with a sample.
I got dinged on that one too. I use clerk or s/he just to mix things up. Thats the extent of my creative writing.
It is weird to not even be able to use 'he/she' when writing! It takes a little more thought, but is kinda challenging.

Wonder why they have that rule?

Happiness is merely life's way of keeping you off-balance.
It is weird not to use he/she, but thats the way they want it. So it just reads like a very repetitive narrative.
I find the report boring and tedious, but after doing it regularily it is pretty simple, and worth the fee. Now if I had done those assignments back in Colorado it wouldn't have been worth it - the lines were Always Very Long.
Maybe they figure the pronoun used in that particular shop might blow your cover.
susan
I use "they" even though it's grammatically incorrect when referring to a singular person.

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I pray it does not occur that the last thing I did before I died was vacuum the house or eat broccoli.
I did one job for them. The dinger claimed I did not follow instructions. The scheduler link ended up in la-la land. Needless to say, I did not get paid. and I no longer have a bookmark to their site.
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