Discussion in 'Daily mTurk HITs Threads' started by Tripsa, Jun 24, 2020.
Wow, thanks for leaking my MTurk ID .... Unbelievable.
Almost once per week. I'm far more diligent in washing my underwear than I am washing my bed sheets
If you turn them around, then inside out, you can wear each pair for 4 days instead of just 1
Watch out for the Nashla Feres hit. She must have a screener for it but it doesn't let you know you've been disqualified until the END of the survey. Took almost 15 minutes too. Underpaid garbage. $2.50 in the consent form as well. Oh she's a scale flipper too so watch out for that BS.
It's hard to wear my g-string when it's turned around.
This is the type of conspiracy thinking that I can get behind.
Spoiler: I think it's better if I spoiler this
Yeah but the crotch pocket doesn't reverse properly and they aren't as comfortable
Spoiler and no spoiler. Glad you guys worked as a team and covered both options.
Title: Survey on How People View Images(~ 20 minutes) | PANDA
Requester: Nashla Feres [A7WZQ8IEP1G8Y]
TurkerView: [ $12.41 / hour ]
Duration: 40 Min
Exc: [229574-228985] DoesNotExist
Location In US,
Throwing this one back in a minute. I'm falling asleep doing MLD. Time for bed.
Hadn't seen that.
I hopped on it to see if there was any contact or IRB info, and the first page after the consent auto-advanced every 1 second, with no chance to make a selection. And the consent now says $2.00. I think someone saved the email address and ripped her a new one up one side and down the other and she's actively editing it real-time.
Does anybody know the rules for requesters and what they are aloud to use as a rejection reason.
New Requester Profile!
Christopher Mesagno [A33FCUYKQP6BF8] Psychological and Social Effects of COVID-19 - $3.00 | PANDA
Unrated $20.22 / hour
00:08:54 / completion time Pros:
Lots of bubbles and drop downs.
Catchability: Very Low (HIT Last Seen: 80 minutes ago)
Qualifications: Location In AU, CA, GB, US;
To read Christopher Mesagno's full profile check out TurkerView!
Requesters technically can reject for any reason as they see fit. There isn't really any oversight on the requesters. If you received a rejection, always try to appeal it through an email first especially if it was based on time. If you don't hear back you can escalate it to IRB if the rejection is unfair but IRBs take a while to respond sometimes if at all.
Anything they want. Amazon doesn't care about us, as long as requesters are paying them.
And that's IF there even *is* an IRB.
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