I did a handful of these a few weeks ago. They were supposed to pay for these before the typical pay dates but I still have not been paid. I'm sure I will be paid on the 20th with the rest of the shops that I've done. The reports aren't too bad and as long as you get a store manager that is cooperative then the shop in and of it's self is easy peasy. Just take the required picks and get a few questions answered from the manager plus get a yummy snack while you are there. 15 mins max at the location.
I did four and was paid for 3 or the 4 in less than a week, the other 1 week later.
It really was a super easy shop. I will say I was slightly bothered by the fact that you have to order something and the cheapest item on the menu was 76 cents more than reimbursement limit. I know it isn't much, but since I didn't eat the food, it was like a deduction every time.
> You are supposed to order a food item to see if
> they offer a beverage. They had bottled water at
> the locations I was at that were more expensive
> than the cheapest food items.
It's probably a twofer. Cheaper than paying for a mystery shop AND an audit.
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LOL.. They specifically say you are not evaluating the person at the register.
In reality that is the only thing that is like a shop, you need to answer one yes or no question. No names or further info, so not quite a mystery shop, but I feel they should pay you enough to buy one cheapo item if they are requiring it.