Multi-Day Price Audit $85 ? ? ?

Has anyone done the "multi-day" as its listed on the job board price audit, which consist of a min. 450 products? The $85.00 fee seem extremely low for this type of assignment. Trying to get crowd feedback.

A Dad shopping the Ark-LA-Tex and beyond.

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That's really low. Wait until it's bonused (or ask for a bonus+ mileage reimbursement). I did a price check audit for 155 items and it was bonused from $85 to $250 and I was able to get the scheduler to add a mileage reimbursement.
@JASFLALMT wrote:

But wait...multi-day? Maybe it's a 3-day project with pay of $85 per day?

No it read like 85.00 in total. I'll contact the scheduler for clarity. Not like I would ever take the assignment, but I'm curious.

A Dad shopping the Ark-LA-Tex and beyond.
Sounds like the big electronics store...where you have to pop for a background check and are later reimbursed for it AFTER you successfully complete several more audits. Not for me. -BUT- if I didn't have any other means of income and babies to feed, I would not be above taking this unsavory assignment.
@Monk-N-Nut wrote:

Sounds like the big electronics store...where you have to pop for a background check and are later reimbursed for it AFTER you successfully complete several more audits. Not for me. -BUT- if I didn't have any other means of income and babies to feed, I would not be above taking this unsavory assignment.

No not that one I have done several of those with nice bonuses. This is a different shop. Those are not multi-day.

A Dad shopping the Ark-LA-Tex and beyond.
When I did a grocery store check of approx. 600 items, I wanted to leave after 1-2 hours and return the next day. I can only stand, bend and fend off store employees offering to help for so long. At least there was a cafe there with outlets I could visit between modules. I can't remember the pay. I recently saw an opportunity at a members only warehouse store that I briefly considered. But despite the schedulers note that a membership was not required, I didn't want to lie my way in 3 days in a row. What appealed to me with that one is that I would not be fending off store employees offering to help.

I don't mind these in general. What I found most time consuming, was not the items you can find, it is looking for the items you can't find (they might not even carry the product).
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