Market Force larger shop clients

What kinds of shops does Market Force do these days? I know they lost a large fast food client.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/07/2017 10:35PM by DavePi.
shopmyst, you have an ICA violation in your post. Please edit it and remove the client name.

You probably won't get many responses giving you the names of their other clients. Anyone registered with the company has signed their ICA, which contains a very strong confidentiality agreement prohibiting revealing the names of their clients. In addition, our forum guidelines state "Do not reveal the clients of mystery shopping companies." Thumbs down.
Since the moderator's well-explained note is "disappearing" due to the OP's post being thumbed into oblivion, here is what it says:

"Mod note: You have stated you were deactivated by MF at various different times going back four years. Additionally, of your 53 posts, about 7 contained ICA violations(or requests for same), 6 contained political remarks (which are also not permitted) and at least 10 of the others contained disparaging remarks regarding other members.

Please familiarize yourself with the rules and purpose of this Forum."

Props to the mod for doing great research on the OP.

"In Sicily, women are more dangerous than shotguns."
- The Godfather (1972)
@shopmyst wrote:

What kinds of shops does Market Force do these days? I know they lost a large fast food client.

Mod note: You have stated you were deactivated by MF at various different times going back four years. Additionally, of your 53 posts, about 7 contained ICA violations(or requests for same), 6 contained political remarks (which are also not permitted) and at least 10 of the others contained disparaging remarks regarding other members.

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Request that Mod notes remain for this and future disappearing posts.
@Mert wrote:

Request that Mod notes remain for this and future disappearing posts.
Isn't that what I did above without giving more exposure to the OP? The reason why the OP's post is disappearing is because a consensus of forum members are thumbing it into oblivion. I would rather give props to the mod than give the OP anymore attention.

"In Sicily, women are more dangerous than shotguns."
- The Godfather (1972)
@Sybil2 wrote:


Isn't that what I did above without giving more exposure to the OP?

It is what you said but I see Mert's point, too. It would be nice if a post could be thumbed to small print or even to invisibility but the moderator comments would still remain in the post. It would also be nice if a post was thumbed into invisibility, if there was some sort of auto message noting that "Because a large number of posters gave this post a thumbsdown, it is no longer visible." That would make the sequence of events perfectly clear to everyone.
@AustinMom wrote:

It is what you said but I see Mert's point, too. It would be nice if a post could be thumbed to small print or even to invisibility but the moderator comments would still remain in the post. It would also be nice if a post was thumbed into invisibility, if there was some sort of auto message noting that "Because a large number of posters gave this post a thumbsdown, it is no longer visible." That would make the sequence of events perfectly clear to everyone.
I agree. With all of the posts disappearing, the latecomers to the party have no idea what transpired beforehand. They add their two cents but they are usually on the "wrong side" because they do not have the full story.

"In Sicily, women are more dangerous than shotguns."
- The Godfather (1972)
@ChrisCooper wrote:

@DavePi, guess that expired sauce didn't do you in. Glad you're still around.

Thanks, that comment made my day complete and whole. grinning smiley

"Is this chicken, what I have, or is this fish? I know it's tuna, but it says 'Chicken by the Sea.'" - Jessica Simpson
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