Well, where do I even begin? Firstly the whole rating system is confusing. When I first started, I got a 100% in their automated test software, considering the punctuation mistakes which I made. So I thought it will be easy to work on actual files, oh boy I was wrong. I only worked on three files, in which I got some nonsensical feedback. My rating dropped drastically. I did, however, took into consideration two or so mistakes that I made. But for some, it was a matter of changing commas and periods. It was a whole new different picture altogether. You are only left in the messy of uneducated reviewers. As a business management university graduate and also a former internal auditor intern, I went on to do a quick check on their internal systems. I discovered that reviewers are basically transcribers who have reached something like 1000 minutes of transcription and a 98% accuracy rating. Once a person passes their accuracy test, he/she determines the fate of somebody's work. No training so whatever is given. It is more like selecting the highest performing student in the class, to do a teacher's job. The worker's profile was just poorly designed. You can't even put in any relevant information, like your personal details [profile picture, address, etc]. The only good thing I can say about them is that they pay you what you worked for. The only advice I can give to anyone searching for online jobs is that, you must not rely on such companies for income. Just do their tasks as part-time I guess.