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I Wish Persona Paper Luck

I wrote to Persona Paper earlier to clear up some questions I had before I went about posting much again. I was pleased to see a response come within just a few hours. I've always been glad that the people here maintain contact, and quickly, unlike that other place. It's really sad that PP isn't getting the funding that they need to raise the pay. I wish that things were going better here.

It always bothers me when good things and people don't get what they need, but others do. Like that other place. I'm amazed that anyone stays there and that they're still in business. And I have so many people that I know who are in hard spots, working their butts off to make it, and they don't get what they need, but scammers, spammers and lazy @ $$40|3$ get everything. It just doesn't seem fair.

I know that I'm busting my butt trying to do the best that I can, and I know there are others doing the same. Hopefully things will turn around for all the good folks soon.

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Comments

paigea wrote on August 26, 2014, 6:22 PM

I have to admit I. Like this place and the other place.

LindaJM wrote on August 26, 2014, 6:46 PM

I have no idea what other place you're talking about... but I do hope that Persona Paper will find success for owners and writers alike.

bestwriter wrote on August 26, 2014, 8:15 PM

Given time, I am sure PP will do well We need members here and with a bit of promotion things are sure to look up.

BarbRad wrote on August 26, 2014, 10:25 PM

Each of us is doing what we can. And it feels good to think we might be able to make a difference.