Reputational concerns probably led a slew of e-discovery vendors to rebuff former President Donald Trump’s request for them to handle documents for the special master overseeing the review of thousands of records seized from his Florida home, legal tech experts said.

Five document review vendors turned down Trump’s legal team according to a government filing late Tuesday. The government said it will take over the process of finding a new vendor, and should have someone in place by the end of the week with documents scanned by early next week “if possible.”