That comment proves that you really have no clue what it takes to set-up, maintain, and manage such an operation.
Never claimed I did, hence my original inquiry. I may get to find out in a year or so.
I would question the wisdom behind entering into a business arrangement with strangers as well.
But isn't that what many freelancers are doing with some of these random internet companies?
The suggestion that all companies are "pimps" seems a bit off but I could see that applying to some of these companies that do little more than match up potential clients with potential writers. I don't think that they offer much to writers or clients.
That's precisely what a pimp does. I could've been more politically correct and used the term "middle-men" though.
I concede that doing it for supplemental income is not worth the hassle of everything else involved also. Thank you (you too, Frost) for your insight.