Latanya Wrote: No! THEY DIDN'T PAY ME AT ALL.
> Wow! I can top this story, and my name came be
> mentioned...I did over 52 projects at the local
> CVS'.....this was very hard, because of the travel
> time.....After completing my assignments and
> faxing the signed sheets over to "CAST RETAIL"
> based in Florida......The person in-charge of the
> payout. Told me We can't find your paperwork, and
> the time has expired to be paid.....I still have
> all forms......But! don't know what to do with the
> stack...The pay was "$16.00 per store, w/.35 for
> mileage......I traveled over 300 miles in a 3 day
> turn around
> > This is pure hearsay, but I heard a story from
> > another shopper in my area involving a certain
> > company that will remain nameless, and a large
> > retail store:
> > He showed up to conduct a picture audit of a
> > inside a large superstore (the kiosk was
> > by a company that wasn't the superstore). He
> > with him two letters of authorization, one for
> > superstore and one for the kiosk. He gave the
> > superstore's letter to a manager and proceeded
> > the kiosk. He gave the kiosk's letter to a
> > friendly person-in-charge at the kiosk, who
> > informed him that he had been expecting him.
> > He conducted about 3/4ths of the audit when he
> > moved on to the required pictures. At that time
> > low-level superstore employee (not affiliated
> > the kiosk or the company that he was auditing)
> > informed him that pictures were not allowed
> > the store. He informed the woman that he was
> > authorized my the superstore's corporate
> > to take the pictures, and store management knew
> > was conducting the audit. She responded,
> > I'm the supervisor and I don't know anything
> > that. Put the camera away."
> > The auditor complied, put the camera away, and
> > asked to speak to the manager. The employee
> > called something in on the radio, and a big
> > man in a security jacket showed up. The
> > again asked for the manager and the security
> > told him, "You can speak to her outside." And
> > indicated for him to leave. He reiterated that
> > was conducting an audit on behave of the kiosk
> > company, and the security responded, "If you
> > refuse to leave you'll be arrested for
> > trespassing."
> > The auditor was escorted off the property by
> > security guards. When he asked to speak to the
> > manager again he was told, "You're done here."
> > He called his scheduler, who told him, "You're
> > fine. Just return home and report what
> > online." He reported his experience online.
> > days later he got an e-mail saying his shop had
> > been invalidated and he wasn't getting paid.
> > AGAIN, this story is hearsay. I wasn't there,
> > I don't want to cast blame on anybody, that's
> > the story I heard.
> > So in conclusion, shop companies can be real
> > when it comes to paying you for shops you don't
> > complete (regardless of the reason).