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The veracity group is in fact a scam. I previously worked for this company and I feel bad for the innocent people who were job seeking and instead paid veracity group. You have no idea how many people were victimized by them. I found a blog that blasts this company! The comment below seems like a new employee. Get off the forum, the veracity group was crap and you know it!

http://infotekz.blogspot.com

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The veracity group is in fact a scam. I previously worked for this company and I feel bad for the innocent people who were job seeking and instead paid veracity group. You have no idea how many people were victimized by them. I found a blog that blasts this company! The comment below seems like a new employee. Get off the forum, the veracity group was crap and you know it!

http://infotekz.blogspot.com

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this was an ok job people however are great there !!! Loved every one even all my sups !!!!!!I would say theywere the best sups i have had !!!!! You can make friends but get yur job done as well ....

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this was an ok job people however are great there !!! Loved every one even all my sups !!!!!!I would say theywere the best sups i have had !!!!! You can make friends but get yur job done as well ....

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Ok they are not there anymore
ITS NOW:
The Veracity Group.
3218 IH 30 Suite #103.
Mesquite, TX 75150.
Phone: 1-214-389-8998
they are nothing but a scam.
they only pay you for the hrs ur logged in the computer and answering phones. this is the curent location have fun!!

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Ok they are not there anymore
ITS NOW:
The Veracity Group.
3218 IH 30 Suite #103.
Mesquite, TX 75150.
Phone: 1-214-389-8998
they are nothing but a scam.
they only pay you for the hrs ur logged in the computer and answering phones. this is the curent location have fun!!

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DRAMA:SCAM:QUICKEST WAY TO GET PAID $7/HR TO PAY SOME BILLS:EVERYONE IS A SUPERVISOR:

i tell everyone i meet..............hang up the phone when you hear the words ...SHOPPER SELCT..they arent in MIami....(they wish)..!

SCRIPTED INFO..AND THEY HAVE U "YELL" TO SORT OF TAKE CONTROL OF THE CALL..BECUZ THEIR FORMULA IS THAT PEOPLE LIKE TO BE TOLD WHAT 2 DO....MIND GAMES THAT DOOOOO WORK...I COULDNT SLEEP JUST THINKING OF HOW I WAS SCAMMIN PEOPLE.

those who are just in search of some kind of additional income....its funny how the script is worded to be legal. basically you get the financial info...secure that...start recording them...for "their protection" and then talk really fast....and if they ask questions....the shorter the answer the better..and just go back into the script..and shout "ok" and then AS SOON AS THEY SAY OK....they are dooped into all these fees...but of course you have read the toll free info 2 them but u were speaking so fast...or they got bored of you...so of course they say "yes or ok"
yeah, all businesses have tactics and all this crap...but i never in my young life imagined that this is how America gets scammed...by its own country. sad...and we try to convince everyone that we have 2 shut down TERRORISTS.

I began getting sent home early..bcuz when you arent producing the company money...they are wasting their money on you..soooooo....i started asking questions and of course being defensive...and then one of the supervisors had a issue with me...and the next day i was called in by 2 other supervisors...and one of them totally stereotyped HIspanics by sort of doing gangter hand motions...i stood up and told her that she shouldnt bring that to the work environment. There was 2 white supervrs and 1 black in the room
drama...yep I did yell at the supervisor from the QA department...but they had told us that they send their recordings to the client...woooow...i guess the client was RIGHT IN THE BUILDING THE WHOLE TIME...in a room with no label...maybe they are scared that GANGSTERS will invade them....when i wouldnt sign a paper to "agree with the conversation i had w/them" the 1 supervisor left in the room pushed the paper to me and said "sign it" and I said NO...and she said if you dont, you will be written up for insubordination...AND KEEP IN MIND UP TO THIS POINT...I kept to myself all the time...no drama w/no one...early to work....didnt miss any days..only hung out w/my sister...when i walked out the office onto the call center floor she was pissed and told me to go back into the office....THEN WHEN I ASKED TO SPEAK TO OTHER SUPERVISORS...SHE SHOUTED "YOU ARE TERMINATED AND ORDERED ME NOT TO TALK"

I YELLED "YOU KNOW ITS ALL A SCAM" I THINK BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU WOULD LIKE MY CALL....AT THAT point she was shouting for me to SHUT UP....i was then escorted out of the building to my car....and i wasnt even OUT the building when she called 911....but of course I dont have a record...I am not illegal...so of course i just left their premises....STOOD IN THE ROAD AND CALLED 911 MYSELF...becuz police are my friends....and sure enuff they got there...2 of them...1 of them directed to us (my n my sister) and he asked :
what type of job do you do here?
what kind of business is this?
we didnt answer with short crap.....so @ the end of the drama...he boldly told us to call BBB...and then the other cop asked me for my License...didnt even scan it....cool dude...by then 4 supervisors were behind the doors...WHACK..it seemed as if all their teachings of YELLING weren't working out for them...lol....THE MAIN DRAMA SUPERVISOR CAME OUT AND BASICALLY JUST THOUGHT I WOULD ROT IN JAIL...but i was given this warning and asked to sign...and i POLITELY REFUSED...AND the cop was like ok....and @ THE END OF DAY...I HAD THE BEST LAUGH...EVER....MY SISTER QUIT ALSO AND now we are on our way to having a better job...and a better moral compass...

THE BOTTOM LINE...THEY DONT GIVE A CRAP ABOUT YOU OR EMPLOYEES ! IF YOU ARENT PRODUCING SALES...YOU SUCK...START SEEKING ANOTHER JOB THE SAME DAY....LOL.
VERACITY GROUP....JUST THE NAME IS A RED FLAG...FAR FROM THE TRUTH...SHOPPER SELECT..HMMMM...STICK WITH MAIN EVENTS MARKETING.INC....BUSINESS 20 YRS...
this is MY story and Im sticking to it........YOU arent paying for training...you are paying to access their site...SCAM...its legal...and you actually paying for it*
they get tax breaks for hiring those who are on welfare and/or have criminal backgrounds...so they know that those employees NEED a job...but I strongly recommend that I rather work @ McDonalds but feel better about MYSELF.

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DRAMA:SCAM:QUICKEST WAY TO GET PAID $7/HR TO PAY SOME BILLS:EVERYONE IS A SUPERVISOR:

i tell everyone i meet..............hang up the phone when you hear the words ...SHOPPER SELCT..they arent in MIami....(they wish)..!

SCRIPTED INFO..AND THEY HAVE U "YELL" TO SORT OF TAKE CONTROL OF THE CALL..BECUZ THEIR FORMULA IS THAT PEOPLE LIKE TO BE TOLD WHAT 2 DO....MIND GAMES THAT DOOOOO WORK...I COULDNT SLEEP JUST THINKING OF HOW I WAS SCAMMIN PEOPLE.

those who are just in search of some kind of additional income....its funny how the script is worded to be legal. basically you get the financial info...secure that...start recording them...for "their protection" and then talk really fast....and if they ask questions....the shorter the answer the better..and just go back into the script..and shout "ok" and then AS SOON AS THEY SAY OK....they are dooped into all these fees...but of course you have read the toll free info 2 them but u were speaking so fast...or they got bored of you...so of course they say "yes or ok"
yeah, all businesses have tactics and all this crap...but i never in my young life imagined that this is how America gets scammed...by its own country. sad...and we try to convince everyone that we have 2 shut down TERRORISTS.

I began getting sent home early..bcuz when you arent producing the company money...they are wasting their money on you..soooooo....i started asking questions and of course being defensive...and then one of the supervisors had a issue with me...and the next day i was called in by 2 other supervisors...and one of them totally stereotyped HIspanics by sort of doing gangter hand motions...i stood up and told her that she shouldnt bring that to the work environment. There was 2 white supervrs and 1 black in the room
drama...yep I did yell at the supervisor from the QA department...but they had told us that they send their recordings to the client...woooow...i guess the client was RIGHT IN THE BUILDING THE WHOLE TIME...in a room with no label...maybe they are scared that GANGSTERS will invade them....when i wouldnt sign a paper to "agree with the conversation i had w/them" the 1 supervisor left in the room pushed the paper to me and said "sign it" and I said NO...and she said if you dont, you will be written up for insubordination...AND KEEP IN MIND UP TO THIS POINT...I kept to myself all the time...no drama w/no one...early to work....didnt miss any days..only hung out w/my sister...when i walked out the office onto the call center floor she was pissed and told me to go back into the office....THEN WHEN I ASKED TO SPEAK TO OTHER SUPERVISORS...SHE SHOUTED "YOU ARE TERMINATED AND ORDERED ME NOT TO TALK"

I YELLED "YOU KNOW ITS ALL A SCAM" I THINK BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU WOULD LIKE MY CALL....AT THAT point she was shouting for me to SHUT UP....i was then escorted out of the building to my car....and i wasnt even OUT the building when she called 911....but of course I dont have a record...I am not illegal...so of course i just left their premises....STOOD IN THE ROAD AND CALLED 911 MYSELF...becuz police are my friends....and sure enuff they got there...2 of them...1 of them directed to us (my n my sister) and he asked :
what type of job do you do here?
what kind of business is this?
we didnt answer with short crap.....so @ the end of the drama...he boldly told us to call BBB...and then the other cop asked me for my License...didnt even scan it....cool dude...by then 4 supervisors were behind the doors...WHACK..it seemed as if all their teachings of YELLING weren't working out for them...lol....THE MAIN DRAMA SUPERVISOR CAME OUT AND BASICALLY JUST THOUGHT I WOULD ROT IN JAIL...but i was given this warning and asked to sign...and i POLITELY REFUSED...AND the cop was like ok....and @ THE END OF DAY...I HAD THE BEST LAUGH...EVER....MY SISTER QUIT ALSO AND now we are on our way to having a better job...and a better moral compass...

THE BOTTOM LINE...THEY DONT GIVE A CRAP ABOUT YOU OR EMPLOYEES ! IF YOU ARENT PRODUCING SALES...YOU SUCK...START SEEKING ANOTHER JOB THE SAME DAY....LOL.
VERACITY GROUP....JUST THE NAME IS A RED FLAG...FAR FROM THE TRUTH...SHOPPER SELECT..HMMMM...STICK WITH MAIN EVENTS MARKETING.INC....BUSINESS 20 YRS...
this is MY story and Im sticking to it........YOU arent paying for training...you are paying to access their site...SCAM...its legal...and you actually paying for it*
they get tax breaks for hiring those who are on welfare and/or have criminal backgrounds...so they know that those employees NEED a job...but I strongly recommend that I rather work @ McDonalds but feel better about MYSELF.

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It was last year but i went through the training and one day on the floor and when lunch time came I left. It is a huge scam. The company I worked for was the veracity group. They get hired by outside sources to answer their calls for them. People call expecting to actually apply for a job but what we're doing is just selling junk to them. One red flag was that they were charging you get access to the site. You should never have to pay for that. From there on if the person agrees then we get their info and try to add on other scam extras. You know the ones that only cost 1.95 and you get a free trip a money back guarantee if they cancel in 30 days. I quit after sitting there realizing I was actually scamming people.

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It was last year but i went through the training and one day on the floor and when lunch time came I left. It is a huge scam. The company I worked for was the veracity group. They get hired by outside sources to answer their calls for them. People call expecting to actually apply for a job but what we're doing is just selling junk to them. One red flag was that they were charging you get access to the site. You should never have to pay for that. From there on if the person agrees then we get their info and try to add on other scam extras. You know the ones that only cost 1.95 and you get a free trip a money back guarantee if they cancel in 30 days. I quit after sitting there realizing I was actually scamming people.

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These people are nothing more than a telemarketing boiler room. They ask for your credit card informaiton and before you know it you are charged for misc items you never ordered. And when you try and cancel they take forever and have a reputation for keeping the credit card numbers and months later trying to charge your cards. RUN FROM THEM. They are located in Texas and the FBI has been informed about them Unfortunately they can't be closed down because they do send you information but at the same time they also give your credit information to other companies for solicitations.

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These people are nothing more than a telemarketing boiler room. They ask for your credit card informaiton and before you know it you are charged for misc items you never ordered. And when you try and cancel they take forever and have a reputation for keeping the credit card numbers and months later trying to charge your cards. RUN FROM THEM. They are located in Texas and the FBI has been informed about them Unfortunately they can't be closed down because they do send you information but at the same time they also give your credit information to other companies for solicitations.

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I recently answered an ad in a newspaper for Mystery Shopper. After waiting on hold on the phone for 10 min, someone answered. At this point I would have liked to grade them on service. They asked a few questions, then wanted my name, address and then the "Credit Card" information for training which will cost 1.95$. Red flag, what training costs 1.95$? I told them no and said I do not give credit card information out over the phone. I told them I would call back after verification of the company. He gave me a line that it is a special and it may not be available when I call back. He was very persistent about getting my credit card number. I said no and held my ground. I then went to their website (which they give you during the call) and got a customer service number. I called customer service and stated I just called a number in the newspaper and I wanted to verify if the number was associated with Shoppers Services. She said she could not verify the number because they have different locations through out the states. RED FLAG! I then asked where they were located and she said "Dallas Texas". I then asked how many employees worked for the company. Her response was "I cannot disclose that information". BIG RED Flag!I would recommend not giving your credit card information to this company.I am also glad I called the 800 number! They have to foot the bill for my phone calls.

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I recently answered an ad in a newspaper for Mystery Shopper. After waiting on hold on the phone for 10 min, someone answered. At this point I would have liked to grade them on service. They asked a few questions, then wanted my name, address and then the "Credit Card" information for training which will cost 1.95$. Red flag, what training costs 1.95$? I told them no and said I do not give credit card information out over the phone. I told them I would call back after verification of the company. He gave me a line that it is a special and it may not be available when I call back. He was very persistent about getting my credit card number. I said no and held my ground. I then went to their website (which they give you during the call) and got a customer service number. I called customer service and stated I just called a number in the newspaper and I wanted to verify if the number was associated with Shoppers Services. She said she could not verify the number because they have different locations through out the states. RED FLAG! I then asked where they were located and she said "Dallas Texas". I then asked how many employees worked for the company. Her response was "I cannot disclose that information". BIG RED Flag!I would recommend not giving your credit card information to this company.I am also glad I called the 800 number! They have to foot the bill for my phone calls.

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In need of cash I accepted all the crap they told me. Now I can't even get on their web site. When I called the customer service number they told me they were working on something and I should be able to access my account later in the afternoon. It's hours later and I still can't get on the web site.

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In need of cash I accepted all the crap they told me. Now I can't even get on their web site. When I called the customer service number they told me they were working on something and I should be able to access my account later in the afternoon. It's hours later and I still can't get on the web site.

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I answered a newspaper ad I found in my sunday paper a few weeks ago and said to call 888-755-8328, so decided to give it a try.

I did a little bit of research first and I read about potential scams so I knew a little bit about that beforehand. I even googled the phone number which also turned up in several job hunting websites, but it didn't list a company which seemed a little strange to me.

I dialed the number and got a recording saying it was Shopper Services, so I hung up before I got an operator and googled the company name, where I found the website. It looked legitimate and the business address was listed in Dallas TX.

So I called the number back and got on with an operator rather quickly, and the first thing she asked me was if I was answering the ad, to which I said yes, and then she asked for my ip code, which I provided and she read back a county area that didn't even sound like one I live in. She read me what sounded like a scripted description on the company which I expected her to. After a few minutes she wanted my name and address, and then my credit card information. I wasn't about to give my number out over the phone to a strange "company" so I played dumb for a second before hanging up. They called me right back, and I did a pickup/hangup on them and decided to do some more research, and then I found this site with people describing similar experiences to mine.

I think it goes without saying that you should never give out financial info to a stranger, and this little experience makes me want to go sign up for LifeLock. Thats not a plug, just how I feel right now.

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I answered a newspaper ad I found in my sunday paper a few weeks ago and said to call 888-755-8328, so decided to give it a try.

I did a little bit of research first and I read about potential scams so I knew a little bit about that beforehand. I even googled the phone number which also turned up in several job hunting websites, but it didn't list a company which seemed a little strange to me.

I dialed the number and got a recording saying it was Shopper Services, so I hung up before I got an operator and googled the company name, where I found the website. It looked legitimate and the business address was listed in Dallas TX.

So I called the number back and got on with an operator rather quickly, and the first thing she asked me was if I was answering the ad, to which I said yes, and then she asked for my ip code, which I provided and she read back a county area that didn't even sound like one I live in. She read me what sounded like a scripted description on the company which I expected her to. After a few minutes she wanted my name and address, and then my credit card information. I wasn't about to give my number out over the phone to a strange "company" so I played dumb for a second before hanging up. They called me right back, and I did a pickup/hangup on them and decided to do some more research, and then I found this site with people describing similar experiences to mine.

I think it goes without saying that you should never give out financial info to a stranger, and this little experience makes me want to go sign up for LifeLock. Thats not a plug, just how I feel right now.

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I just called because they had an Ad in Charleston, SC's paper.

She laid out all these promising ways to get cash, and then told me that I needed to give her my credit card info for "free" training session that was going to cost $1.95 to get me started.

This is COMPLETE b.s. and please please no one fall for it.

I'm a college graduate and was wary of this trick for extra cash, but I can't imagine the people desperate for cash or the elderly.

This is disgusting and complete absurd that a company in the USA can do this. Incredible.

I wish I knew a way to take em down.

Their address is www.shopperservices.com and they have ad's in papers all across America.

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I just called because they had an Ad in Charleston, SC's paper.

She laid out all these promising ways to get cash, and then told me that I needed to give her my credit card info for "free" training session that was going to cost $1.95 to get me started.

This is COMPLETE b.s. and please please no one fall for it.

I'm a college graduate and was wary of this trick for extra cash, but I can't imagine the people desperate for cash or the elderly.

This is disgusting and complete absurd that a company in the USA can do this. Incredible.

I wish I knew a way to take em down.

Their address is www.shopperservices.com and they have ad's in papers all across America.

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Dennis L's comments are accurate. I cancelled my credit card immediately after I found three unauthorized charges for unsolicited junk mail from their so called "affiliates". (It's like paying to receive junk mail!) Don't trust them, GO SOMEWHERE ELSE! I'm filing a police report and reported the fraud to my bank. STAY AWAY AND BEWARE!

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Dennis L's comments are accurate. I cancelled my credit card immediately after I found three unauthorized charges for unsolicited junk mail from their so called "affiliates". (It's like paying to receive junk mail!) Don't trust them, GO SOMEWHERE ELSE! I'm filing a police report and reported the fraud to my bank. STAY AWAY AND BEWARE!

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This company is a fraud & a scam. They want your credit card number, then it gets passed around to other so called 'affiliates' who in turn also tap out your credit card from various amounts of $1.95 to $29.95 on a continued basis.

The so called shopper service 'jobs' are not forth coming, and are usually of little pay to even cover your own gas expense to get there.

I'm having so many problems with dealing with them.

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This company is a fraud & a scam. They want your credit card number, then it gets passed around to other so called 'affiliates' who in turn also tap out your credit card from various amounts of $1.95 to $29.95 on a continued basis.

The so called shopper service 'jobs' are not forth coming, and are usually of little pay to even cover your own gas expense to get there.

I'm having so many problems with dealing with them.

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Ditto for me on this day also. Ad is in the paper in Homer Glen, IL I am not desperate. Apparently this company preys upon those who are.Although I think this would be a fun job to have, I also believe a "special place in Heck awaits those who scam. vlhe

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Ditto for me on this day also. Ad is in the paper in Homer Glen, IL I am not desperate. Apparently this company preys upon those who are.Although I think this would be a fun job to have, I also believe a "special place in Heck awaits those who scam. vlhe

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When I called them, they told me I could start making money in a couple of days after a two hour training that cost $1.95 for shipping and handling. The training was "free" to mystery shoppers who have no experience in mystery shopping. I was to be prepaid for my shopping expenses or reimbursed and I could earn as much money at $50 an assignment as I wanted as long as the "establishments" were open. He wanted my VISA card number so he could charge the $1.95. I told him "how do I know that this is not a scam?" He danced around the question. Then he asked me for my VISA card number. I told him, "hold on", I need to know what the company name is and location and the mailing address. He told me he did not have to give me the mailing address. I told him I was not going to give him my card number because I do not give my number over the phone to a company that I do not know. He then said, "give me your card number." That was the end of the conversation. I would advise against dealing with this company.

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When I called them, they told me I could start making money in a couple of days after a two hour training that cost $1.95 for shipping and handling. The training was "free" to mystery shoppers who have no experience in mystery shopping. I was to be prepaid for my shopping expenses or reimbursed and I could earn as much money at $50 an assignment as I wanted as long as the "establishments" were open. He wanted my VISA card number so he could charge the $1.95. I told him "how do I know that this is not a scam?" He danced around the question. Then he asked me for my VISA card number. I told him, "hold on", I need to know what the company name is and location and the mailing address. He told me he did not have to give me the mailing address. I told him I was not going to give him my card number because I do not give my number over the phone to a company that I do not know. He then said, "give me your card number." That was the end of the conversation. I would advise against dealing with this company.

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hi i keep trying 2 log n & its giving me problems i have been trying to reach u for about a week now please help me so i can become a secret shopper .

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hi i keep trying 2 log n & its giving me problems i have been trying to reach u for about a week now please help me so i can become a secret shopper .

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Okay, so I signed up for this company when I was short for cash because I thought they offered a neat way to make extra cash. They tell you that they train you to become a professional shopper, and that if you pay $59.00, they will train you and give you access to the list of shopping jobs in your area and that within days you can be on your first shopping assignment. They said the average job pays $50, and that it takes less than 15 minutes to complete a shopping job. So I paid the money, went through the training, and was thoroughly disappointed. First off, what you pay for is to have access to this HUGE list of other companies that hire professional shoppers. You have to actually call and apply with the companies on the list and if they have something availabe, they'll get back to you. I thought I was paying to have access to a list of actual jobs, but rather I paid to have access to a list of additional companies. I did apply with some of the companies and none of them called me back. There were about 10 jobs advertised on their site, but the jobs paid no more than $10 and some were even unpaid--a far cry from the average $50 payment that I was initially told. Also, when you sign up with them, they try to get you to sign up for all these other programs AND there is an on-going monthly fee if you continue with the program. The good thing is they have a 30-day money back guarantee, so I was able to get my $59 back, but it was a hassle getting my refund. I tell you, this company is a scam and I was ready to file a claim against them for fraud.

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Okay, so I signed up for this company when I was short for cash because I thought they offered a neat way to make extra cash. They tell you that they train you to become a professional shopper, and that if you pay $59.00, they will train you and give you access to the list of shopping jobs in your area and that within days you can be on your first shopping assignment. They said the average job pays $50, and that it takes less than 15 minutes to complete a shopping job. So I paid the money, went through the training, and was thoroughly disappointed. First off, what you pay for is to have access to this HUGE list of other companies that hire professional shoppers. You have to actually call and apply with the companies on the list and if they have something availabe, they'll get back to you. I thought I was paying to have access to a list of actual jobs, but rather I paid to have access to a list of additional companies. I did apply with some of the companies and none of them called me back. There were about 10 jobs advertised on their site, but the jobs paid no more than $10 and some were even unpaid--a far cry from the average $50 payment that I was initially told. Also, when you sign up with them, they try to get you to sign up for all these other programs AND there is an on-going monthly fee if you continue with the program. The good thing is they have a 30-day money back guarantee, so I was able to get my $59 back, but it was a hassle getting my refund. I tell you, this company is a scam and I was ready to file a claim against them for fraud.

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