Ps: I'm the one getting paid less.
I wrote a sample chapter upon which they hired me. Infact they hired me two times and paid me, before all this nonsense started.
So far I have been dealing with making editorial changes so that chapters fit into their platform seamlessly, this means giving .md, .pdf and .html files and a whole bunch of other changes and additions which were never mentioned at the start for the sweet price of $40/chapter.
I have never seen their platform. Since the work is getting outsourced on Upwork (the person I am dealing with on Upwork isn't the main client), all the important documentation has been stripped off so as to conceal the identity of the main client. All I get are copy pasted comments in a very poorly formatted document.
Moreover, now they want a chapter summary to be added and a whole bunch of other changes never mentioned previously.
All this has been extremely stressful for me as I am dealing more with the formatting to fit their platform (without ever having seen it) rather than creating content itself.
Their feedback is rude and pretty nasty as well, considering they have asked me to format and make changes about 7-8 times now.
Their most recent feedback, after a month of changes (9+ changes) is about how the output of the console.log statements has double quotes around the strings... WTF
I'm unsure why they expect the output of the console.log of a string data type to be without quotes? Btw I checked on codepen since I don't have access to their platform:
I'm unsure of how to deal with this because I don't want my Upwork score affected.