@Underground woman wrote:
I was just recently contacted by a scheduler for this company inviting me to sign up as a shopper, which I did. Once I logged in there was one senior living shop in my area, but due to working full-time the timing for it didn't work out so I didn't request the shop. The scheduler then began calling and leaving messages on my cell phone (which I have switched off while at work) and then e-mailed asking me if I could take the shop. I wrote back and said I couldn't do it at this time. Today I received an automated e-mail telling me the shop is overdue! Apparently the scheduler went ahead and assigned me the shop, despite my saying I couldn't do it. I've obviously written to the scheduler telling her to 'un-assign' the shop, but I'm flabbergasted that she would have assigned it despite my having very clearly communicated that I could not take it on. I also have a question for those who have done these shops, how much time does it take? The shopper fee in this case is $65, but it includes a requirement to e-mail, phone and visit in-person, so I'm doubtful the pay is sufficient for the level of effort in any case. Thanks in advance for any feedback!
My original post is gone? I did one job for them (Retirement home), they were great to work for. That's all they had in my area, but have same jobs owned by same owner in Northern CA. Nicest Company., They contacted me, was recommended as I do this type of job.