Ummm, I don't think so. I submitted an interior BPO on time w/ all rooms photographed. It's your problem your form does not conform to a one bedroom property. I would not go back out there, period!
Your comment reminds me of an Interior I did last year. It was supposed to be a simple SFR, and it turned out to be Two (2) Duplexes on One (1) Parcel of land (3 Acres) with a Zoning infraction which also happened to be LakeFront.
I took 73 Photos: including one of each room and each bath and each kitchen, and each side of each of the structures . . . . and eighteen (18) pictures of various items of damage or deferred maintenance (But 18 Subject Pictures and 18 Damage Pictures was all that this particular Platform could hold).
I ran out of space for all the room pictures, and sent them a separate email with the pictures attached as BOTH JPEGs AND as IMAGESs with descriptive labels. The QC at this particular Firm then responded with the request that to make their report look nicer for the Client . . . .Would I please replace all of the the damage photos and exchange them with the additional room pictures because the Client placed more importance on seeing the additional Rooms than on seeing the Damage.
I guess I could not contain myself; because it looks like I responded with "NO . . . . you already snookered me into providing the equivalent of TWO (2) Interiors under the guise of One Order; you have all 73 Photos that I took . . . . all properly labeled. The inadequacies of your BPO Platform are not my problem! YOU should find a way to present the data to your Client that properly reflects the condition and composition of these dwellings . . . . I finished my part! These proceedings are concluded."
Email is good to the extent that it allows you to temper your response and not just react with some kind of spontaneous angry quip (as I might be prone to do on the phone) . . . . plus it's documented.