Textbroker pays authors a couple of cents per word to write short articles for them. I wrote 6 or 8 posts and they owe me over $35.00. The very first time I requested settlement they claimed they needed a W9 kind which all they stated they needed so I completed the form and also sent it to them.

After waiting numerous months and also emailing them several times for a condition upgrade they ultimately responded as well as claimed they had to validate who I was and also this sought I wrote articles for them. I was asked to send out a duplicate of my motorists certificate as well as a photo of me holding my vehicle drivers permit.

After several months and also numerous emails which they did not respond to. They lastly said they would certainly pay me however they pay with PayPal and they had the wrong email address. Their system will not permit you to transform your email address you need to contact them to do that. I contacted them to change my email address as well as again after several efforts by e-mail I ultimately got the feedback that they couldn’t alter my email address up until I sent them a picture of my vehicle drivers license and a picture of me holding my license.

I emailed back as well as telling them I had simply done that a couple of weeks back. Once more one more lengthy waiting period for an action and also they emailed me as well as claiming this time around they required a picture of me holding my permit and also a paper with my trademark as well as the date on it and an additional picture of my vehicle drivers license and the paper.

I still have not been paid as well as all these hoops for $35.00 which I have never ever gotten. And also now they have my picture as well as a duplicate of my ID which who knows what they will certainly do with it. And I worked for them created short articles or them which they earned money for however I got no pay what so ever

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