Anyone here a member of shadowshopper.com?
August 1, 2007 6:29pm CST
I signed up with them through one of those surveys that we have all done through the gpt sites. What I found out when I started receiving emails from them that with their free "bronze" membership they entice you with tidbits of the jobs in your area, however in order to get the fill description you have to upgrade to their full paid membership. Now they're offering me a 7 day trial and after that its $39.99 for a 90-day membership. Any thoughts about this company? I will NOT be taking them up on their offer. If I had $39.99 I would put it towards my mortgage!!!
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8 Aug 07
I was uneasy with their tone and dug a bit more until I found: (http://extracashblog.blogspot.com/) I went back to shadowshopper's site and the information was true. They are NOT getting my $$ There are many free ways to get shops. The best way to avoid a trap is to know that there is a trap... Luck favorizes the prepared mind. Good luck FC
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2 Aug 07
Shadow Shopper is actually a good company. I signed up with them several months ago and was pleased. Why don't you sign up for the Silver membership. I think they are offering a 30 day silver membership trial for $5.00 and you can cancel at anytime before your 30 days are up. They put you in contact with companies hiring mystery shoppers, merchandisers, demonstrators, promotional sales event persons. There is no other fee once you have paid shadow shopper but you will have to go to each company's website and sign up. I only signed up with 2 companies. Mass Connections & The Merchandising Team/ Cynthia Cook, Inc. are good to sign up for. They will tell you how much they pay most of the time on the shadow shopper website or on the company website. I actually setup displays and issued out samples and was paid $70 for a 5 hour day. If you have merchandising experience, merchandising or resets pay very well, about $10-12 per hour.