usually its some type of marketing crap where you have to buy a kit (usually 30-40 dollars) and they will show you how to make money by doing the same.Originally posted by: illmustard
i've seen these types of jobs in the newspaper and was wondering "what's the catch?" Is it a marketing/advertising ploy, similiar to those "Work at Home and Get Paid" scams we see posted everywhere? Anyone have any experience with these types of jobs?
The catch is that there are only a very limited number of these positions available through market research or quality assurance companies and the people who do them now do them well. Usually a degree in food science is required for these jobs as food and beverage tasters.i've seen these types of jobs in the newspaper and was wondering "what's the catch"?
Yep. My brother got $20 from WOTC to secret shop one of their stores.Originally posted by: HappyFace
It's true! Companies will pay you to be a secret shopper, and evaluate the level of service their associates provide, and the product they sell.