Robert F Gott is the name of the individual I am complaining about. I believe the other names in the title are aliases and the names of websites that Mr. Gott runs. On May 28, 2011, I responded to an ad on Craigslist for a tutor. I received an email from someone calling themselves Robb Alexander suggesting I apply to be a tutor on the website careofamerica.org. Starting on June 18, 2011, there was some communication with Mr Gott about tutoring a student in my area. At this time I was directed to the website supertutorsusa.com. I tutored the student from July 8, 2011 to August 3, 2011. I submitted tutor invoices in order to be paid for my work on July 16, 2011, July 26, 2011 and the final one on August 3, 2011. I have not yet received any money from Mr. Gott. Mr. Gott claims that his company has a financial shortfall and is having difficulty paying tutors. He further claims that tutors who accept payment by PayPal have higher priority than me because I am not willing to accept payment by PayPal. I believe Mr. Gottâ€™s attempt to force me to accept PayPal constitutes bait-and-switch tactics on his part. The terms page at careofamerica.org and also the terms page at supertutorsusa.com did not mention the requirement that he pays by PayPal. The application that I submitted at careofamerica.org did not request PayPal account information. The application at supertutorsusa.com also did not request PayPal account information, last time I looked at it. He did not mention PayPal anywhere on the careofamerica.org website. The login page at supertutorsusa.com was a copy of the login page at careofamerca.org except he added language about his paying by PayPal in a deceptive manner.