Hi all, I've been writing for TextBroker on and off for a couple years, and up until now have never had any issues with them. However, they have stopped responding to my e-mails (my last 3 e-mails have gone several weeks without a reply), so I'm looking for advice on my best course of action. Sorry it's a little long, but I think it's necessary to explain everything. It actually started with an error on my behalf. I moved and had a change of address, which I forgot to update on my Textbroker account. So, when they tried to send my 1099 tax form, it couldn't be delivered, and they froze my account. I apologized for the confusion, updated my account, and assumed everything would be fine. At this point, I was temporarily allowed to write articles again, but I still couldn't cash out until the 1099 form was taken care of. Then a week or two later, my account was completely frozen again, meaning I can't write articles, can't view their forums, etc. I got another e-mail from them saying that the 1099 form they tried to send was returned again, labeled as "Could not deliver - return to sender" from the USPS. I sent them an e-mail asking them what address they sent it to, because I assumed they accidentally used my old address again. But the address they sent it to (or at least claimed to) was correct. They told me that this indicates that my postmaster is unaware of my current address, which makes no sense because I regularly receive mail. I went to my local post office, asked if they had any record of a package being sent during the timeframe in question. They said the only way they would know is if there was a tracking number. I sent an e-mail to TB, explaining that my listed address is current and there should be no issues delivering my tax forms. I also asked them if the package they sent had a tracking number. No response. I sent a follow-up e-mail, still no response. I currently have a couple hundred $ tied up on TB, but am much more frustrated about the money I could/would be making now. Any advice? Thank you for reading.