Hello everyone! I am a business administration student and I'm doing a project on the gig economy. If you'd be willing to help me out by speaking with me for about 20 minutes then please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'd be more than happy to work around your schedule, as this project really means a lot to me. Thanks everyone!!!
I concur with sestra above. Anything, or most anything, you would like to know about mystery shopping can probably be found in this thread, if you will take the time to read through it: [www.mysteryshopforum.com]@sestrahelena wrote:
And just about anything you want to know about mystery shopping has probably been discussed in these threads. You would do well to read them.
I really love this message. It has so much information that I had to read it a few times. However, I'm a little confused when it comes to the legal part, especially where you spoke about not disclosing the names of mystery shop providers with their clients.
I have been studying and researching the common mystery shopping/audit apps out there and how their customers feel about their work through them. It's been a great way to see what works and what doesn't.
As for the specifics of what this app entails, I don't really want to disclose it openly online because this is something that is still in the process and I don't want any unique ideas to end up in the hands of competitors.
Genuine question: What bad things could I even do with a bunch of email addresses? I could go on any college site and get tons of student emails.