Work from home in the dark
Proofreader (Former Employee) – everywhere – December 23, 2018
It's nice to work from home, but the unstructured support network came to bite me when my work wasn't up to their standards and they offered very little in the way of steering me towards improvement. One day, a reviewer said my work was "very disappointing" and shortly after that I started getting only very small assignments that weren't worth the time necessary to process them. When I brought up this problem, they implied that it was because of the quality of my work. Again, without offering real feedback on how to improve.
If your work is up to their standards, it might work for you, though the compensation is pretty pitiful. I would have been better off not bothering with them.
work from home, they pay you
pay is small, poor training