This client was excellent to work for though, so I'd consider working with her again in the future in a heartbeat.Friendly staff and multilingual teams but the work is monotonous. Company pays freelancers a 16.40 euro/day meal allowance and pay for trains/flights to/from UK/EU and provide modest hotel in Lyon.Lots or rewriting wire copy/translating other language team stories. Shuttle is offered for early morning/late night shifts.Got a follow-up from a financial person saying they are working on paying freelancers but when I checked back in with him a week later his e-mail and everyone else's e-mail at Aliyah Media were not longer in operation.Basically got stiffed out of 0.00This publication was not willing to remove an indemnity clause in their contract or pay on acceptance rather than publication.Half the article was cut without discussion - most importantly, a very personal story from a trauma survivor whose sole purpose in agreeing to speak was to tell her story and make a difference.If the edit was required to focus the piece, that's absolutely fine - I'm not precious about this and respect editorial judgment. Also because of the hard edit, the pay was far less than promised and several months after submission.Plus, they strip your byline, replacing with the site's owner? I know smaller companies like this can't pay as much as big titles, nor pay print rates, but there's got to be a better way.Went through three edits (the last being a minor one to look things over and answer a couple of questions).The essay started with about 700-800 words and ended up being about 1200 words.Was messaged a day after that they were working on a contract for me at 0. My resource guide for women wanting to enter the field of blockchain tech/cryptocurrency business was well received. This was one of a series of deliverables that I've created for this client.