I do a lot of these. I find that if they are ones I have completed before, the cards are in good shape from my prior efforts and go really quickly. If it is a new location to me, it can take longer because the expiration dates, etc. Can be really messed up. $40 should be worthwhile.
Well, someone had grabbed it at $40, but it's available again - this time at $60. I don't think I'll mind doing it for $60, and it's not far from me at all, so I requested it. So, now I wait and see if they schedule me for it.
There is absolutely NO fee to use the GoSpotCheck app....if you're seeing one, it's not the legit app.......be careful!!!@ShopperGirly wrote:
Curious about the GoSpotCheck app. Do we have to pay the monthly fee which appears to be $20 to use this app?
Isn't it nice if you can actually follow yourself the next time after you spent tons of time fixing the screw ups?
Seems like if you make it right, the next time should be easier? But it also seems like they don't ask for us to go until there is an issue with whoever/whatever.
Is there anyway you can build up a relationship with the scheduler to make it a monthly merchandise deal for you? If so, how do you do it?
I never updated this thread, sorry. I wound up doing this for the $60 it reached in my area. I was there for about two hours, but I'd say the first 45 minutes or so was taken up by trying to find the display, believe it or not. That was because the store managers told me there was no NetSpend display for these cards and that they hadn't seen anyone come in for NetSpend in months. I was on the phone with the MSC while they were on the phone with their supervisors. Eventually, one of the managers found the NetSpend section of the big card display that also had other types. It was hidden by a balloon display that someone had placed in front of that corner and none of us saw it earlier.
Once we moved the balloons out of the way, I was able to squeeze myself in the corner, open up the side of the display, and do the swap. It took a while because I was double checking myself at every step and had very little room to work, being wedged in a corner. If I stepped out too far into the aisle, I was in the way of customers coming in. Then the people behind the CS desk had disappeared when I had to give them the cards to discard, so I waited a bit. Still, I would do this one again, since I am familiar with it now, but will wait again to see how high the fee will go next time. I almost took it at $40, then decided not to, and the next day it went to $60.