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A Customer's Point of View

This company has some shops that require you submit your availability and the locations you want in advance. The first time I did this, the scheduling went as planned. I did find that the scheduler would change requirements as we went along and the guidelines had a couple of contradictory... Continue Reading

A Customer's Point of View -- Defunct?

After reading the latest from Jacob in the Mystery Shopper Magazine about this company, I went to the website to apply. Seems I must have applied some time in the past because they already have my email address. When I tried to recover my password, I just kept getting a... Continue Reading

A Customer's Point of View

I applied for this company and submitted a well written writing sample. I have a decent amount of mystery shopping experience and I have never had a shop rejected. Yet, they rejected me. They said, "Thank you again for submitting an application with A Customer's Point of View. We've reviewed... Continue Reading

A Customer's Point of View (ACPVIEW)

Has anyone heard of this company? I haven't found anything about them on the Forum. If no one knows about them, any idea how I can go about checking them out. Any information would he greatly appreciated. Thanks!... Continue Reading

A Customers Point Of View

Does anyone have any experience with this company? I did a search and found only one brief mention of it.... Continue Reading

A Customer's Point of View

Has anyone sucessfully applied or shopped for this company? For over a year I have applied several times and it always tell me I am already on file, yet when I try to login I get: Login not found, please try again. There is no 'lost password' option. Should I... Continue Reading

Most Recent mentions of A Customers Point of View

Sometimes it's just fun to mess with people. While probably not very nice from the salesperson's point of view, you are at least throwing them off the scent of the real mystery shopper. (Source). December 12, 2018

[quote=bgriffin] [quote=luckygirl0100] Speaking from not just a schedulers point of view, but a shoppers too, I would not want ANY of my shoppers risking their safety for a shop. (Source). November 17, 2018

[quote=luckygirl0100] Speaking from not just a schedulers point of view, but a shoppers too, I would not want ANY of my shoppers risking their safety for a shop. (Source). November 16, 2018

[quote=luckygirl0100] Speaking from not just a schedulers point of view, but a shoppers too, I would not want ANY of my shoppers risking their safety for a shop. (Source). November 16, 2018

Speaking from not just a schedulers point of view, but a shoppers too, I would not want ANY of my shoppers risking their safety for a shop. (Source). November 15, 2018

Despite more youthful shoppers often struggling to write a clear sentence with both a subject and a predicate...Hmm. I guess that may not be as important as point of view. (Source). September 30, 2018

Despite more youthful shoppers often struggling to write a clear sentence with both a subject and a predicate...Hmm. I guess that may not be as important as point of view. (Source). September 30, 2018

How important is this point of view to. (Source). September 23, 2018

[quote=KSSPete] From a scheduler's point of view, we remember those that say "yes" more than those that say "no", and most of us understand that you have a life outside of shopping. (Source). September 17, 2018

From a scheduler's point of view, we remember those that say "yes" more than those that say "no", and most of us understand that you have a life outside of shopping. (Source). September 17, 2018