I worked for them for a while. The problem is they need to know a flat rate before you begin the work. For example how do you flat rate troubleshooting. If you tell them $65.00 they will be happy but if it takes more than an hour you are screwed. If you tell them $65.00 per hour until i find the problem they will say NO.
Another problem with them is if anything is over ( i think) $125.00) you have to call them to get approval. Now the person on the other end (just a college student without any technical background)asks you some dumb questions and after taking your time for 15-30 minutes then you will get your approval.
Then when it comes to paying, i had some trouble with them. It took them almost one month to pay me $900 for a panel i replaced after faxing,mailing and many discussions on the phone.
That was my experience with them. You might have better luck.
[This message has been edited by Edward (edited 03-03-2004).]