I am not in the mood (given this suit) for rating anybody at this time...that is not what I signed up for here...I signed up to get quality answers to my legal questions and to pay for them....are you telling me that I must rate you in order for you to get paid?...if that is so that is not appropriate...rating a service should be optional not required...finally, no one mentioned that I had to rate your advice to use this service...if I made the decision to ask another question than I must have been please with the quality of you answer even though I was not pleased with your answer as it doesn't help our case at all.
I will give you a 10 rating although I will say again that I think this requirement is inappropriate.
I cannot find your Survey...please send me a link.
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