Any thoughts on this company good or bad would be appreciated.All their assignments require training why is this?Takes on average 30 mins to read throught all the material take the test and apply for one assignment.
I've done several shops for them and the training was a breeze. Once you pass the test on a certain client you can do all the shops you can schedule for that client. Around here they do a couple of well known retail chains so there are several locations.
I also have never had follow up questions from them. Must be lucky I guess. I don't do a lot for them, as I live in a rural area. I see a bit for a shopper who can take a 13-16 year old with them. Can't wait for my neighbor's kid to grow up a bit!
I do a number of assignments for this company. I recommend them. Their tests are not demanding and also they are very straightforward. I also havent been contacted much for shops' follow up either. They have two options for payment , direct deposit or via paypal and both are convenient, since they pay in due time.
Gotta watch your homepage for an indicator of 'Reports with Errors'. It will be in red letters. Generally, when there's need for clarification, an email will also be sent which explains what is needed. There have been times when I didn't get an email for clarification though, so I don't assume all is well based on no email. After entering reports, check 'My Assignments' to make sure they've gone to bed in 'My Report Archive'.
Their schedulers have always been helpful and accommodating to me, so for that reason I like working with them.
Like all other MFC companies, the pay leaves a lot to be desired...if you wait they almost always tack on bonuses once the end of the month approaches. Then, its finally worth the time/cost in gas etc..but that goes for almost all of them.
> Their schedulers have always been helpful and
> accommodating to me, so for that reason I like
> working with them.
> Like all other MFC companies, the pay leaves a lot
> to be desired...if you wait they almost always
> tack on bonuses once the end of the month
> approaches. Then, its finally worth the time/cost
> in gas etc..but that goes for almost all of them.
I've only done one shop for them, and the pay was actually very high (which is why I did it in the first place!). I have no idea what the deal was, the job wasn't posted on their board and was scheduled through an outside scheduler. From what I know about the company, this sure seems like an unusual situation.
Irene, this is the company with the p/r computer return that is normally $25, but was bonused $50 to make it $75, but you stated you don't feel comfortable putting a charge on your account, even if it was for $75. Other bonuses are more in the typical range of $6 or so.
I am actually looking for a notebook for around $445 at Best Buy. I have a rewards CC there with no interest for 12 months, so, wouldn't be putting it on my CC. How long do you wait until you get paid?
I just looked at their job board, have been signed but have not worked for them for years (can't remember why), but I see they pay 7.00 + 1.00 reimbursement, so, tell me, why all the kudo's? Just because they pay on time, shouldn't they?
Although I DO remember why I didn't shop them for years, I am back to doing the $25 ones. So far so good. But I will never advance a nickle on their behalf again. When there was a problem there was just too much difficulty in getting any communication out of them at all.