$1/minute is the budget rate and pay 49-50 cents per minute max to transcribers. CastingWords has two other plans that their customers can choose from. The only HITs that get close to $1/minute for transcribers are certain Express HITs and Expedited HITs. Express HITs get close at 195%+ premium and a Grade 9. They pay transcribers 88 cents (195%) or 90 cents (200%) per minute up there. Expedited HITs don't have a bonus because they pay $1/min flat. Regular audio costs $1.00/minute, Express costs $1.50/minute, and Expedited costs $2.50/minute. CW makes a profit on all of them even with max premiums and bonuses. Only "OK" is correct, "Okay" is an error. It's in the style guide. It's also probably not the only error that you made, it's just one that a grader left in your feedback. My rate doing CastingWords HITs last night was $14.98/hour. I've pulled in $667.79 the last 28 working days from them, usually working between 1.5-3 hours each day. That is not cheap labor and they aren't stealing anything from me or anyone else.