Leaving Feedback For Your Client

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Leaving Feedback For a Client

Leaving feedback is an important part of working on Work-n-Hire.  Contractors build a reputation of client satisfaction and clients build a history of consistent hiring and payment.  These serve as references for both parties when evaluating whom to work with in the future.  Feedback can only be left by past clients of that contractor on Work-n-Hire, so you can be confident that the history of comments and ratings are from legitimate experiences of other Work-n-Hire members.

When Can I Leave Feedback

Feedback can be left for a Client after a payment has been released on the job.  Feedback period expires 60 days after the job is marked as complete.

 How To Leave Public Feedback

To leave feedback for your contractor, please log in to Work-n-Hire and follow the steps below:

  1. Go to the workroom of the job for which you wish to leave feedback.
  2. Click the Feedback link on the left navigation bar.
  3. Click on Send Feedback link.
  4. You can select the areas of feedback like payments, communication, Knowledge, Professional.
  5. You can also add comments.
  6. Complete feedback, click the Send Feedback button when you are happy with your ratings.

Once feedback has been left, it can not be modified or removed

3 Responses to Leaving Feedback For Your Client

  1. Sankalan Banerjee says:

    The client nitalivikrant has cheated me. I had worked for this client (article writing) 500 words, and I was supposed to get paid Rs. 450 + bonus (Rs. 150 for each 500 words).

    I had written and submitted the article within deadline but client is giving many excuses to not pay me. Client is delaying the payment and I am feeling client will not pay me at all.

    I believe this client is big cheater and no one should believe this client.

    I also want worknhire will take some steps to release my payment from the client and if not some punishment should be given to the client to avoid such type of fraud in future.


  2. Sonia Sofat says:

    I am Sonia Sofat from Ghaziabad. I registered on worknhire few months back. I have been working for many contractors through this site. I was contacted by Mr. Vikrant Sharma (nitalivikrant) for the post of an academic writer. It was mutually decided that he would pay me after every two articles that I submit to him. I started working for him from 29th May. 2015.I have till date submitted 3 articles within the deadline.
    It has been over 20 days that I am asking for my payment but he has been giving lame excuses every time and lately he has stopped responding and also blocked me.
    He owes me Rs.5950.
    His e-mail is [email protected]. I have all the all the mails and the chats where he has promised to me to pay after I submit the articles.
    I request the worknhire team to take some action against him so that I get my payment and please verify the contractors before they post the projects on your site as some fraud contractors like him malign your reputation and also cheat the writers.
    He is active on your site and posting the projects. Please see that a strict action be taken against him.

    Sonia Sofat

  3. Richa says:


    I am Richa from Bangalore and I have registered with work n hire in April 2016. I have been working with few of the clients but there is this [email protected] and [email protected] hiring people for typing job. They are fraud and they take money but after submitting, they dont even reply.
    So I would request all of you please dont get fooled by this person. He is logging with different names everytime and taking money from people.
    And also, request worknhire to block this person as he is a fraud. Please this is a genuine site and we want to get hired by genuine people not fraud.

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