I received the below message today. This is odd to me as I have done 100 HITs for them in the past and stopped there, knowing full well that 100 was the daily limit. This is the first time I've seen this message and had my Mturk qualification pulled.
1. Is this new? Can I expect to see this each day I do 100 Mturk HITs?
2. Will my qualification automatically be reinstated each day? I begin pretty early in the AM so I'd hate to lose this opportunity to rate the articles. My accuracy has been between 96-97%.
"Greetings from Amazon Mechanical Turk,
One of your Qualifications has been revoked by the Requester who maintains the Qualification. Please see details about the Qualification below.
Qualification Revoked: HubPages article rating permission
Grant Date: December 27, 2013
Revoke Date: March 5, 2014
Revoke Reason: Thanks for your hard work, but you have reached our daily limit of 100 HITs. Please come back tomorrow to do more HITs.
For more information about Qualifications, please see the FAQ:
Amazon Mechanical Turk
410 Terry Avenue North
SEATTLE, WA 98109-5210 USA"
As you probably already know by now, this is a temporary qualification removal for bypassing the 100 daily hit maximum. Your qualification will be restored the following day.
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