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Yes, but then when you cancel the transaction, I have had the employees at the wire transfer shop become very concerned that I had cancelled because I was being scammed, and they tried very sincerely to make sure that some South American version of a Nigerian prince was not trying to get me to send them money. I didn't have the heart to do another one after that. They were really nice and worried about me.

Doing my best, every day
Several 5-minute smartphone shops for $90-$120 each. Crazy bonuses at the end of last year.
Can someone please message me the MSC's that have menu and menu board photo shops? They sound interesting.
I was doing those $15 bank shops until they stopped showing up. Assumed they moved to a new shopping company but haven't found it. Any clues?

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I am doing the one of the USPS ones where you mail a packet of envelopes at the end of the month also. I have done these many times.

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Either the Fedex shipping inquiry shop (bonuses $10+$10 and takes like 5 minutes) or hotel gift shops, $20+small purchase covered and take like 10 minutes.
Saje natural wellness. The report is so simple. No narrative and the pay is Ahmazing!! Also, I did some intoxalock revealed audits. 10 min in the actual location, one picture, no narrative and 25 bucks!! Some of them in remote locations are bonused up to 200.00!!
Big brand airline in flight shop round trip so got paid both ways for credit card app shop. Literally 10 minutes using app and paid $75 twice once for way out and then return flight. Paid within days. Sweet.
Oh, I forgot to add. I had to go into CVS, find a product and purchase 100.00 worth of it( I got to keep it too). Take some pics, answer some questions and that was it. Super easy. Oh, I did have to write on the products " Not for Resale" before I took the pics.
@buddy-99 wrote:

Can someone please message me the MSC's that have menu and menu board photo shops? They sound interesting.

It against the rules of this forum and the MSC's to name the company. Do your research like we all had to do!!
Airlines was the easiest and fastest one I have ever done...even faster than the quick bank shops.
Philadelphians get a kick out of this question.

Cease, WaWa is a convenience store/gas station with great hoagies (subs). In Philadelphia, the hoagies are made with Amarosa rolls that are oh, so good. They don't defile a cheesesteak with green peppers.

@ceasesmith wrote:

Honny, what is "WaWa"?

The internet doesn't make you smart. It makes you good at regurgitation.
When I lived in LA and realized there was no WaWa, that shock hit big. They are expanding, so maybe TX will get some.

Their coffee is like crack.

@dmp777 wrote:

Wow, I miss WAWA... didn’t know they got shopped... no WAWAs though here in Texas! Enjoy your subs & coffee

The internet doesn't make you smart. It makes you good at regurgitation.
@HonnyBrown wrote:

Philadelphians get a kick out of this question.

Cease, WaWa is a convenience store/gas station with great hoagies (subs). In Philadelphia, the hoagies are made with Amarosa rolls that are oh, so good. They don't defile a cheesesteak with green peppers.

@ceasesmith wrote:

Honny, what is "WaWa"?

Been to Philly.

It was a formal event, and after, we all went to South Philly for cheesesteaks.

Standing around in tuxes and gowns, greasy food dripping down our fronts -- fantastic!!!

smiling smiley
@calicakes wrote:

@buddy-99 wrote:

Can someone please message me the MSC's that have menu and menu board photo shops? They sound interesting.

It against the rules of this forum and the MSC's to name the company. Do your research like we all had to do!!

So sorry, calicakes. I'm new here. I thought it was ok in a PM. No need for the "!!"
I once had to collect takeout menus from restaurants around my neighborhood and then mail them to the MSC. I just had to indicate the type of restaurants they were on the report and I got paid over $100.
@aydeedont wrote:

Baker's drive thru shops in SoCal. Good food, simple shop, reimbursement plus small fee. Report done in less than ten minutes. Thanks guys!
The MSC is great, too!

Shopping SoCal and Maui.
You should has asked to used the restroom. And if they said there no public restroom; that what you should have put in your report.
Cheddars! Only 6 questions and a $45 meal, would do that one every week if possible

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Oddly, one of the easiest I ever did was an overnight stay at a hotel, back in the 1990s. Hotel had change brands, all they wanted was to make sure the old branding was gone, and report any issues I felt stood out.
Simple 2 page report, and page one was mainly my documentation. Most difficult part was making a copy of my receipt and questionnaire then mailing it in, since most everything was done snail mail back then.
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