Jas stop don't be obtuse. You know exactly what she wrote and how it could've been written differently.
I'm the same way and, despite my best efforts, I can remember exactly what I did wrong. Only one rejection did I disagree with. On that one, the MSC and I respectfully discussed it via email and, when neither of us were able to change our position on the matter, determined that I would not get paid nor would I return to the location to get a picture of what did not exist. However, I was not deactivated either, thank goodness. I just wish that I would not be able to see the shop reposted or that I wouldn't see the ones still listed in my history as rejected, it just adds salt to the wound (but is a good reminder to be more careful next time)...@JASFLALMT wrote:
mrf4321: I know you were addressing Rousseau, but if I may add, I am certain that I have never had this experience. I have been a shopper since 2001 and have done thousands of shops in this time. I have had a few shops rejected, just a few, and they were totally my own fault. If I didn't follow a client guideline, how in the world could the MSC use my shop? The shops I messed up were put back on the job board for other shoppers to take.
I have had shops rejected that I am completely certain I did properly. Long time ago when I used to do McD's, they would *routinely* be rejected if the reports were overly negative. It didn't matter that they were on video and that I supplied extra information that proved the shop was valid. Likewise, I have had postal shops rejected that were negative (not from the current company) - again, I took photos, could describe the exact scenario, told the company personal information that the clerk had shared, etc. They challenged and the company rejected my properly done shop. So it does happen.@KarenMSW wrote:
I'm the same way and, despite my best efforts, I can remember exactly what I did wrong. Only one rejection did I disagree with.