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Where is the best place to find mystery shop boards listing local shops as I live in GA on the southern boarder? I saw a site called Shadow Shoppers but they require you to pay a membership fee which I've been told that I shouldn't have to do.

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Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 04/06/2019 09:36PM by Radan.

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Shopping Southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware above the canal, and southwestern NJ since 2008
You won’t find a listing of companies by region. You just need to sign up with various companies and see what they have. You can also watch ads as they are posted here and sign up when you see something near you. There is a huge list of MSC’s linked below. Sign up for the “15 most discussed” and you’ll see some jobs near you.

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You can try jobslinger but they do not list all jobs. You have to join as many +200 companies as you can and search manually.
Do not bother with the high end ones since you write poorly. It's border not boarder...
You can sign up with us at www.sassieshop.com/2kern. We are a scheduling company that will have shops from several different MSC's. I do not personally schedule any in your area, but I'm sure several others will have some around there.
Nikkik, This is why people hate posting on forums becuase of the crap that comes with it from negative people, it's exhausting. Im asking for help, not some stupid comments. Keep your BS to yourself, your not impressing anybody while making a fool of yourself!!!

Edited 6 time(s). Last edit at 04/11/2019 06:05PM by Radan.
@Nikkik wrote:

Do not bother with the high end ones since you write poorly. It's border not boarder...

FYI:
Do not bother with the high end ones since you write poorly. It's "border" not "boarder."

When citing a specific word in such a way that the word's meaning is irrelevant to the grammatical structure of the sentence, it needs to be set apart by quotation marks. It's okay: nobody here is perfect. I make grammar mistakes, too.

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Dear OP.
Im afraid you made a fool of yourself and got caught out. No need to reply if you cannot take constructive criticism, was just trying to help.
@Nikkik wrote:

Dear OP.
Im afraid you made a fool of yourself and got caught out. No need to reply if you cannot take constructive criticism, was just trying to help.

Dear Nikkik
I think the fool here is obvious. Looks like your spelling and grammar aren't great, so why would you correct others?
Who can find five mistakes in the quoted message?

@Nikkik
I’m not trying to pick on you, but you are going after a new member for a single grammar mistake - which is rude. To make matters worse, your messages have more such blunders than the messages of the OP! The OP asked a legitimate question. We should honor that.

@Nikkik wrote:

Dear OP.
Im afraid you made a fool of yourself and got caught out. No need to reply if you cannot take constructive criticism, was just trying to help.

Hard work builds character and homework is good for your soul.
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