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  1. #1
    Peggy
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    Default Mystery Shopper

    Hi,



    Has anyone had any experience with Shadow Shopper? Any advice? You

    are all sooooooooooo much help!!!



    TIA



    Peggy in Ohio








  2. #2
    Monique Burkes
    Guest

    Default Mystery Shopper

    If they send the assignments for free, go ahead; but don't pay to sign up with them. You can find a list of MS companies at www.volition.com.


    On 10/10/07, Peggy[/b] <queenpeggy29@yahoo.com> wrote:







    Hi,

    Has anyone had any experience with Shadow Shopper? Any advice? You
    are all sooooooooooo much help!!!

    TIA

    Peggy in Ohio



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    Monique
    Euclid, OH


  3. #3
    Kim Swihart
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    Default Mystery Shopper





    Younever need to pay to be a mystery shopper. So if they are asking for a membership fee, look elsewhere. Iused to have a list of companies that you can domystery shopping for free. I will look for it, but maybe someone else has a list handy.

    Kim in Utah


    -------Original Message-------


    From: Peggy
    Date: 10/10/07 12:46:19
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Budget101.com : Mystery Shopper




    Hi,

    Has anyone had any experience with Shadow Shopper? Any advice? You
    are all sooooooooooo much help!!!

    TIA

    Peggy in Ohio












  4. #4
    Liss
    Guest

    Default Mystery Shopper


    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">>>Has anyone had any experience with Shadow Shopper? Any advice? You
    are all sooooooooooo much help!!!<<
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">Peggy, we have a large list of Mystery Shopping Companies and info here on our site:
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">http://www.budget101.com/Articles/article18.htm- Mystery Shopping- Dissolving the Mystery
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">Unfortunately, I have taken down just a few pages of the site the past several days because they weren't in our latest design format, and with the dial up connection that I currently am using, the editing process is quite aggravating to say the least.
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">Best,
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">
    <SPAN class="125391421-10102007">Liss



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    tammyco5@aol.com
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    Default Mystery Shopper




    In a message dated 10/10/2007 4:21:44 P.M. Central Daylight Time, 2kids2dogs@gmail.com writes:
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    Younever need to pay to be a mystery shopper. So if they are asking for a membership fee, look elsewhere. Iused to have a list of companies that you can domystery shopping for free. I will look for it, but maybe someone else has a list handy.

    Kim in Utah


    Go to Volition.com and look under mystery shopping. All the companies listed do not charge and are legit.

    Tammy


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  6. #6
    Shana Lawson
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    Default Mystery Shopper

    I have worked with that company and have found them to be ok. They are a little limited in the type of shops that they offer. Good luck!

    Peggy <queenpeggy29@yahoo.com> wrote: Hi,

    Has anyone had any experience with Shadow Shopper? Any advice? You
    are all sooooooooooo much help!!!

    TIA

    Peggy in Ohio




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