High quality guidelines and training support
Good quality control and feedback
Very less remuneration (can be considered only as a side income and not as a full-fledged salary paying job) as the time spent per task is actually more than the time allotted for the particular task, most of the time.
Strict quality control although good has its flip side too as we have to be on our toes and constantly keep referring to the updated guidelines which also takes up a lot of time or else we get hit on our quality scores.
No human interaction involved in the job which makes the job monotonous after some time.