Do you do the Dougie?@ctalbert wrote:
I live in Kentucky. Were are you from?
I am having problems with Market Force and their stringent QC procedures that do not allow any cures for errors that they detect.
I'd build up a nest egg rather than depend on this being a full-time job. How much do you need to earn a month? $3000? $5000?@shellbee wrote:
my full time job may be downsizing and my specific position may or may not get axed. The unknown is very scary. I am so glad I found this site and am building my shops. I may have to expand my routes. I am hoping that this can become my full-time job if needed.
$3000 is what I would have to earn. Probably should start that nest egg
@F and L TeleComm wrote:
This job can feed you, yes, but it can't pay the bills, especially if you are new. My advice invest in passive income builders. For example, while you are still earning you need to buy a rental property if your credit is decent. The minimum credit score required to purchase a house is 640... Then I lost my W-2 job. But despite this, all of my credit is 100% paid on time. It's harder to get a negative off than it is to bring your utilization down. Pay the $25 a month minimum no matter what, even if you can't pay the balance down. My cards are basically maxed but they are paid on time. This month I was able to use income from shops etc to pay for shops so next month I'll be able to pay them down. It's a process and it takes time.
Suppose I end up on unemployment. Will mystery shopping and merchandising during that period of time be ok?
why not? When I lost my full time job in 2009 I started doing mystery shop. Of course it is not replaced my salary I lost but still something. I can not get $3000 per month as another guy said (I am in relatively small city in PA, not Pitsburg and not Philla) but still money.