OnForce / Fraud and cheating
I'm still a registered provider for OnForce. I understand that if you live in North Carolina they might seem like big money. In a state that has wages you can ACTUALLY LIVE ON, they are a joke.
I get these work orders from them and they are so insanely low paying that I have to ignore them. My usual rate is $75 per hour. They send me stuff like 'Drive to the next state, arrive at an auto dealer within a 20 minute window or you will be docked, find the service manager to get keys and password'. do you know how long it can take to find someone in a car dealership? Apparently not OnForce. Then they finish up by saying the hourly rate is $65, oh but we're only paying you a half an hour and no travel time.
In another instance they wanted someone to drive to 4 separate A&P grocery stores, install and network 4 Dell computers and set up printers for $120. That's a $500 job for a normal consultant.
Now I know OnForce is simply a clearinghouse for other companies to have work done, but they have a responsibility to separate the chaff from the wheat and not waste our time with these cheap-### business people and petty managers who are of the opinion that everybody owes them everything all the time.
If you want me to stand on my head with a broom stuck in my a** and sweep the walls, you'd better be prepared to pay me well. I have people to pay and my own obligations, and don't give me this crap about arriving in a ten or twenty minute window or you'll start taking even more money out of the job.
Don't waste your time with OnForce. Just a bunch of Yuppies who don't care who they or their clients victimize.