I like them and they pay as scheduled. One thing to note, you have to physically print their worksheet and record your shop notes. This has to be uploaded to your report.
While contact with scheduling the shops was easy and consistent, when I did not get paid for 13 assignments has been a total nightmare. Go online and try to find anyone at this company that published their email or phone number. This is a global company with billions in assets, yet after almost four months the check I received was minus seven shops compensation. The check is in the mail is all I got for months as a response and now I have to start over trying to get the balance owed me. The scheduler claims she has know thing to do with payments and was only willing to forward my emails. But really, the amount of time trying to get paid by this mega billion dollar company is beyond ethical. I wonder if the CFO of the United States division has to wait months for compensation. Think about a highly regarded technology global company, that states on its web site are experts for the financial industry, "That do not use direct deposit!" If you like the terms, " The Check Is In The Mail!" this is the company fot you. I have completed now close to 1000 shops and audits and this truly is the only company that has caused me pain to collect what is owed.