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I guess it's too much to ask to be paid the approx. $50 owed to me by a certain reporter from LA for scoping. I'm not even getting responses to my e-mails. Initials are L.T-W.
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I just don't get reporters not paying scopists. What is this industry coming to? Seriously, that behavior is unacceptable. If either of you want to send me a PM about who these reporters are, if they are on this website, they won't be for long. That's all I have to say.
Actually, Laurie, I thought you were kidding when you posted that transcript; couldn't believe anyone would write that sloppy. I guess you weren't kidding.
Delicia, Maybe we should start a support group. I've -- I believe -- recently been stiffed by a reporter as well. She keeps telling me "the check's in the mail" and I have yet to see it. I told her I think the pony she sent it on died on the way here. Oh, well, I think she needs the money more than me by the looks of her work product. (I posted a sample on a discussion of Kelli's a while back). She wanted me to charge scoofing rates for basically typing her transcript for her and I wouldn't do it, so I get nothing. Shame on me.
What was I thinking, Mary Ann? Haha! Thanks for the kind words. Hope you are well and taking good care of yourself!
Thanks, Cale. You take care too.
You're sure right about that, Kelli! :)
Thank you for the work you do, Delicia. Scopers are so crucial for our industry.
CSR Nation should be a good place to be referred to good-standing reporters (which is 99% of all reporters, in my opinion) who pay you promptly. I know Texan reporters are good for it!
I am sorry to hear a reporter has burned you for $50. However, it could be much, much worse. I'd consider myself lucky I only lost that much money and not hundreds more, seriously. $50 you can live with but a couple hundred is a different story. Now you can focus your efforts on actual "paying clients" like me! ;)
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