will you like this work as much when you must do more of it as you have liked it up to this time?
A lot of the shops, though, seem to be for $2-9 fees with reimbursements, except for the ones I'm finding for like hair removal or fancy restaurants ($50-150) but I can see how you'd easily use most of the fee to pay for the shop.
Keep in mind that for most of the restaurant shops you mentioned for $50-$150, it is reimbursement for what you spend. If you spend $100 but the reimbursement fee is $150, you do not get to pocket the extra $50 unless it states that it is a flat fee of $150, but that isn't very common. And often when I do fine dining with my husband we always go over the amount because the reimbursement amount is designed for the shopper to purchase the lowest price range of menu items. I just look at it as a nice discounted dinner and we get to have a great meal (hopefully) with only $25 to $50 out of pocket. And many MSCs such as A Closer Look generally don't give a fee in addition to the reimbursement.