The first job was decent - regular work, but painfully low pay. Eh, my first job, what can I expect? But I had to take a trip to the hospital on Friday, when an assignment was due. My fiance dropped the employer a note to let him know I was at the hospital and probably wouldn't be able to get the work done. "Ok - let her know we won't be working with her anymore." Alright then!
On to the next one - seemed nice enough, and great pay. Gave me some pretty tough assignments involving how-to guides on repair and home maintenance. Joy of joys. After slaving and working for two days straight, very little sleep, the employer shoots me a message to say that there was "significant evidence of unoriginal work in your articles". Oh rly? Funny, I've been doing this for quite a while... and this is the first time anyone has ever claimed plagiarism. But seeing as I sent them the work already, there wasn't much I could do - I had to gracefully duck out, cancel the job, and wave goodbye to my paycheck for the week.
I might just stick to Fiverr and VR Zone. Why stray when I've got a good deal already?
All a buyer needs to do is cry "plagiarism" - this gives them time to post that same work somewhere online and cite it as an example.