I've never dealt with her before. I've never done or even applied for a shop with Ipsos before. But today I received an email from her that says I've been ASSIGNED a shop. In Colorado. I'm in Canada. I assume she mixed up the abbreviations for Colorado and Canada, saw I was in Canada, and assigned it to me.
No, I am not going to travel from Toronto to Colorado for $12. That wouldn't even be enough money to get me to the airport. I just went to the Ipsos site and there is no contact info there, so I just emailed their main email address.
Does she do this often? Maybe I should deactivate from Summit Scheduling.
But I still don't understand how she could select me for a shop I've never applied for, for a company I've never worked for and have it be an error.
Having never seen the insides of that platform, I can't say specifically but it's possible on her spreadsheets your name is next to the shopper she meant to choose. She clicked the name, did some copy and pasting and send. Done so fast she sisnt catch the mistake. It really doesn't matter that you haven't worked for that particular company before...it just means her spreadsheets got mixed up. This is all just a guess but my point is it is just a mix up and someone else is wondering why they haven't been scheduled a shop they just applied for.