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been looking for an internship this is one of my email's Richard Cole 1:12 PM (42 minutes ago) to me Hello, Our company conducts surveys and evaluate other companies. We get hired to go to other peoples companies and act like customers in order to know how the staffs and personnel there handle company services in relation to their customers. Once we have a contract to do you would be directed to the company or outlet and you would be given the funds you need to do the job (either purchase things or require services) after which you would write a comment on the staffs activities and give a detailed record of your experience. Examples of details you would forward to us are; 1) How long it took you to get services. 2) Smartness of the attendant. 3) Customer service professionalism. 4) Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant to see how they react to clients when they get tensed (under pressure). "When performance is measured and reported, service improves. When performance is measured, reported and shared with employees, service representatives play in driving purchase intent. Most companies employ our assistance when people give complaints about their services or when they feel there is need for them to improve their customer service. JOB DESCRIPTIONS? 1. Receive payment from a mystery shopper in form of certified check/money order 2. Cash and Deduct $300 which will be your salary. 3. Forward balance after deduction salary to a mystery shopper whose information will be provided in subsequents emails via an outlet you will be evaluating DO YOU NEED TO PAY FOR THE TRANSFER FEE FROM YOUR PERCENTAGE? No you do not have to; all necessary transfer fees should be deducted from the balance after you must have cashed and deduct your $300 from total money Received after cashing. ADVANTAGES You do not have to go out as you will work as an independent contractor right from your home / office. Your job is absolutely legitimate. You can earn up To 3000- 4000USD monthly depending on time you will spend for this job. You do not need any capital to start. You can do the work easily without leaving or affecting your present Job. The employees who make efforts and work hard have a strong possibility to become managers. Anyway our employees never leave us. MAIN REQUIREMENTS. 18 years or older, Legally capable, Responsible, Ready to work 3-4 hours per week. With PC knowledge, E-mail and Internet experience (minimal) Your Identity would be kept confidential as the job states (secret shopper) you would be paid $300 for every survey you carry out bonus on Your transportation allowance and funds would be given to you if you have to dine as part of the duty. Your job will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of shops, stores, restaurant and services in your area. No commitment is made on this job and you would have flexible hours as it suits you. If you are interested do send in your: (I)Your Full Name: (II)Your Residential address: City: State: Zip Code: (III)Present work address: (IV)Home and mobile Phone numbers: (V)Email address: (VI)Your Age and Current Occupation: (VII)Your Gender: So we can look at your distance from the locations which you have to put your service into, and your address would also be needed for your payments. We also implore you to send a scanned copy of any form of Identification for the processing of your application form and also for record purpose but if you cannot provide it presently then you can provide it later.. Are you a U.S. citizen or otherwise authorized to work in the U.S._________ PLEASE NOTE: ONLY INTERESTED APPLICANTS SHOULD RESPOND. AND CHECK YOUR EMAIL BACK FOR RESPONSE WITHIN 24 HOURS.......... Sincerely, Hiring Manager

Asked By: pulsewound - 1/17/2013
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100% scam... More
Answered By: Buffy Staffordshire - 1/17/2013
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I think it is a scam. First they r asking you to cash a check take out your money and forward rest to some unknown. Second, I noticed any time they use USD in their ads, it is a scam. I read somewhere alot of these scams r coming from overseas. I heard especially Russia
Answered By: Joy - 1/17/2013
100% FAKE. they sent you a "check" for something you did NOT do. ask you to send it back to them, take your cut and do it quickly. its called MONEY LAUNDERING.
Answered By: Teshawn - 1/17/2013
It sounds like something my friend's done in the past actually, which turns out to be a scam, that sadly no one could really help him with. I wouldn't go for for it.
Answered By: Super - 2/8/2014
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