Huh? Reimbursement of 5 figures??? Over water bungalows? In my dreams???
Can you tell me why the editors insisted on timing on every single thing, every single visit, of staff to the table? including what time we finish eating, what time I put the card on the check, what time it was picked up, and what time it was returned?
Helpful thread here. I receive offers from Coyle for places a few hours from home. I love that city and love to go there just for giggles. I am gradually mustering up courage to try one of those restaurant shops. Eventually, I will feel brave, be well rested, and go for the dread-inspiring Coyle report- I mean, the presumably elevating lifestyle experience of eating at a place that does not exist my little town.
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I started taking screen shots of my entire narrative that I sent in. I would still get asked the same question that I already explained. I sent the screenshot from the form that I sent in explaining the question already. The editor decided to just not admit that she missed that or say "thank you." It turned into one of those silent rage quit emails.
I think it is quite funny that they do not let you see a copy of what you submitted after the fact..
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@ weatheman2111, what is this "code" that you are referring to?
What other company are you referring to @carlsbadguy? I'd love to do these for someone other than the ridiculous Coyle. Coyle has me ready to quit this whole thing. Tonight got 70 additional questions on a report I spent 3 hours on last Saturday. I am a published travel writer and feel like I'm pretty decent at critiquing and writing. It felt like the editor was trying to catch me in a lie and asking for absurd timestamps.
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