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In article . com,
"Mystery Shopping Satisfaction Services Inc."
wrote:

Mystery Shop for Satisfaction Services Inc. Leading Mystery Shopping
Company


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I'll believe this when I see it...

Every website I've ever checked out for this was nothing more than an
invitation for MORE spam, or to spend more money.

It's generally a crock.
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In article ,
"ms_peacock" wrote:

"OmManiPadmeOmelet" wrote in message
news
In article . com,
"Mystery Shopping Satisfaction Services Inc."
wrote:

Mystery Shop for Satisfaction Services Inc. Leading Mystery Shopping
Company


snipped spam

I'll believe this when I see it...

Every website I've ever checked out for this was nothing more than an
invitation for MORE spam, or to spend more money.

It's generally a crock.
--
Peace, Om


I actually signed up with a mystery shopping company. I even got to the
point they were sending me "jobs." I never did one of the jobs though
because they were all fast food jobs.

You didn't have any choice of menu item to order. Plus you had to go at
specific times of day and you had to do both a drive thru and walk in of the
same order. They just didn't pay enough for the hassle factor.

Ms P


In other words, it's a crock....... ;-)
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"OmManiPadmeOmelet" wrote in message
news
In article . com,
"Mystery Shopping Satisfaction Services Inc."
wrote:

Mystery Shop for Satisfaction Services Inc. Leading Mystery Shopping
Company


snipped spam

I'll believe this when I see it...

Every website I've ever checked out for this was nothing more than an
invitation for MORE spam, or to spend more money.

It's generally a crock.
--
Peace, Om


I actually signed up with a mystery shopping company. I even got to the
point they were sending me "jobs." I never did one of the jobs though
because they were all fast food jobs.

You didn't have any choice of menu item to order. Plus you had to go at
specific times of day and you had to do both a drive thru and walk in of the
same order. They just didn't pay enough for the hassle factor.

Ms P


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"Steve Wertz" wrote in message
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On Sun, 1 Oct 2006 16:01:31 -0600, ms_peacock wrote:

I actually signed up with a mystery shopping company. I even got to the
point they were sending me "jobs." I never did one of the jobs though
because they were all fast food jobs.

You didn't have any choice of menu item to order. Plus you had to go at
specific times of day and you had to do both a drive thru and walk in of
the
same order. They just didn't pay enough for the hassle factor.


If if they don't conveniently lose your receipts (but not your
surveys which were sent in the same envelope), you might get
reimbursed 60-90 days later.

-sw


I never got that far. They couldn't pay me enough to eat at McDonald's
twice in one week. I might eat at Buger King a couple of times every six
months or so, but I want what I want to eat not what some company says I
have to order. And even though I don't mind eating at BK once in a great
while I don't want to eat there twice in one week either.

It might be worth it if you live in a major metro area and have a bigger
variety of "jobs."

Ms P




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