No wonder FreelanceWriter and pheelyks, the current SNR writers, fish for clients here
While I often make more per page from clients I work with privately, the other aspects of this direct relationship--keeping my schedule in order, answering a lot of questions, making sure payments are received, and all of the other little details that SNR handles--really makes it a wash. I easily do 90% of my writing for SNR. And given what you pay writers on your sites, I don't think you have a leg to stand on.
They advertise that they pay up to $20 per page However, their user agreement form states that they pay anywhere from $10 to $13 per page. Can anyone explain this discrepancy?
The pay gets better once you have a proven track record with the company. Airing these issues in a public forum rather than contacting the admin you work with is also a bad way to keep a job you like. Of course, if you don't like the job you're welcome to say whatever you'd like, but given the fact that a) admin at SNR is very responsive and extremely helpful in any number of ways (including finding old tax documents, serving as an employment reference, and other things they have no real obligation to do) and b) you know (or at least should know) of two writers on this forum that you could contact privately with any questions/concerns you have, I would take a minute to think about things before you post them