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Pantera, I'm Hoping This Is Enough As An Explanation
When I post for a certain platform, I just write the way I understand a certain topic. And If I already published them on other platforms, It's just up to the admins of Read.cash to allow me to republish them or not.
If my writings are my children, would I need your approval if I ask my children to sing or dance in places where your children do the same? As long as Read.cash approves my posts, that's it. I don't have to answer any other writer.
But with this recent conflict that I'm causing, I hope I can provide some real insights into my alleged fraudulence here.
As I've explained already in my previous posts, I do some freelance work on other websites which include:
In Yonipp, I'm currently rated "3.98 out of 5" which proves that I'm not an expert, which some of you here are saying that I'm pretending to be. Can I ask, when did I make such a claim? Just recently, I was granted with a "Bestseller Badge" though, which makes me supposedly popular among the clients there, as the tagline of that badge indicates. I don't know why I'm given with it when other people here seem to think that I'm just a pretentious wannabe.
This may look like proof of earnings, but this is just to list down some of the recent topics that I wrote articles and ebooks for and how long it took me to finish them. That should explain why I'm pushed to study a variety of topics. I have to, the clients there are fierce and ruthless.
I even experienced a series of rewrites and rejections which made me post some articles here, that I wrote for various clients from various websites. Some clients will tell you, "Hey, your article is rubbish, I can't accept them and can't pay for them."
Sometimes they could just ask you for a rewrite, another rewrite, and another rewrite. Which makes you feel like you have to just make use of your unused articles and post them here.
The problem is sometimes, I become careless and can't tell anymore which of my unused articles are the "accepted or rejected" ones -- there are a lot of them in my PC's hard drive. Sometimes, I just hit the publish button of Read.cash and wait for the system's notifications to flag me or warn me. This is a mistake, obviously.
There are times though, when clients still publish the "supposed rubbish" articles on their sites anyway, that's the reason why if you write freelance articles for a lot of clients, you will also experience getting scammed. Sometimes you get paid, sometimes you don't.
If you're me, you'd be tempted to publish your rejected articles here so they can still be useful. The downside for this is you could get labeled as a plagiarist here, or somewhere else.
This is my Bewriters.net profile. That's my real name by the way, in the uppermost portion. The "Jason" moniker is my supposed "American-sounding name." That's the thing about working for sites with American clients, you need to make a profile that sounds international too.
Your writer level could be very volatile there. For instance, I went from having a score of "4.5 down to 3.7" in just a span of 3 days. I went from being A-level to C-level very quickly. Apparently, this recent bad experience of mine here made me lose my focus, which should be enough for you to declare that maybe, I'm indeed a bad writer after all.
These are my Bewriters scores. Sometimes, clients give you good reviews, sometimes they will tell you your failure of answering their questions though you tried to answer them in the best way that you can. That's the nature of the job there which makes it very frustrating at times.
This shows that sometimes, you can get fined with an amount such as that "$16.00" over there. If you're living in the Philippines, that's a big amount already. There are even times when I get fined "$22.00." It's really hurtful to pay for a writing job from your earnings instead when you thought you'd get paid for it.
When you're working for an academic site such as Bewriters, you will also be pushed to do some in-depth research for a variety of topics that goes beyond your core niche which could include humanities, healthcare, engineering, and even religion. That's the reason why I have articles for those topics as well.
So here's the short of it, I write web articles, ebooks, and academic research papers every day, though in varying degrees. About the issue of the "bad paraphrasing" thing that @Pantera is pointing out.... I don't know how to address that.
I just read through a variety of pages from many websites, binge-watch Youtube videos pertaining to some topics, and write them the way I understand them. If that's not enough to meet his standards, then for that, I apologize.
I've heard that I'm labeled as "demonetized" in Noise.cash though I don't participate in there. I haven't received a notification here yet if I'm demonetized as well. I hope the "PS portion" of that screenshot about me is in fact true that some bugs here must be fixed for now.
Lastly, I hope the admins of this site would reconsider this appeal of mine. If I am indeed kicked out after this, I have to just accept it as the price I have to pay for working too hard, and trying too hard.