I've current completed 807 HITs, but have 5 rejected HITs. The first 4 rejected HITs I admit were pretty big mess-ups (I was still pretty new to MTurk at the time), but the 5th rejection seems a bit petty to me (or maybe I'm being petty -- who knows). It's one of those Scout It receipt HITs where you have to enter a business name, date, total, etc. I was rejected because I supposedly typed "TAGET" and not "TARGET". I'm a bit perplexed by that, since I tend to use the auto-populate drop-down of business names which appears when typing in that field. But to me, a rejection of that entire HIT seems a bit much. I can completely understand if I typed the wrong total or date, but it's not as though I was waaaaay off base from the business name. And I can't stand that an entire HIT which consists of more correct information (95%+) gets rejected due to one insignificant error. How is that fair? It's like saying you get an F for doing A-/A work; only A+ is allowed. It took that QC individual less than one second to type in a 'R', but it took me 3 minutes to finish one HIT. I'd rather them just take a cent off (the HITs are 5 cents) rather than throw away my entire work. The worse part is I can't even see the HIT that was rejected to defend myself. I just have to take this other person's word for it that I was incorrect. I want to dispute this rejection. Has anyone ever disputed something this trivial? Any advice? I've been working on Scout It HITs for a long time now and I try to be very careful, but this rejection set me off!