No and out of curiosity I just looked at the list on the RBG website and I have never seen any jobs for any of those companies in my area. And that is true for any msc where I have seen their home page with a list of (former) clients. I gather all those clients listed there are in your area or you are just trying to throw people off.
If I have a secret, and I tell you not to tell anyone my secret, that doesn't mean if I tell someone else then you can to.
If you tell someone else, it is no longer a secret.
Shoptastic, when I have seen lists of clients on the msc websites they are generally not any of the clients I find when I start to mystery shop for them. Most of the msc have many forms of "research" they do for their clients other than what we do.
As only mystery shoppers are able to work out which companies these 'cryptic' names refer to, it is NOT like revealing the names of clients at all.
Some of us believe that using 'cryptic' names for clients as a way to get around an ICA is still an ICA violation. .
The client naming issue isn't actually the major issue some on here claim it is. The rule is basically to protect the MS companies from fools writing garbage on social media which would make them look bad if their clients saw it. The MS companies are not overly concerned if someone on a forum meant for professionals accidently links the MS company with a client.
What’s your source for this info?
The MS companies are not overly concerned if someone on a forum meant for professionals accidently links the MS company with a client.