Companies With Little to No Narrative

I know this sounds lazy, but I I have a full schedule and like to still fill in times for quick shops that I don't have to be up till midnight filling out reports. What companies have the simplest reports?

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Ipsos, Mystery Shopper Services, and Intouch Insight each have a shop with limited narrative. I think most companies have a few. Those are the first to come to mind.

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MF........quick shop.......crap pay.......very little narrative! Perfect! Alta360, even better; $10 gas station shops, $3 less than MF, more work, practically no narrative.....our client requires that you.......and you.....and you......omg.
@spicy1 wrote:

MF........quick shop.......crap pay.......very little narrative! Perfect! Alta360, even better; $10 gas station shops, $3 less than MF, more work, practically no narrative.....our client requires that you.......and you.....and you......omg.
Are you saying Alta 360 is easier than MF? I've never tried one of Alta's shops since the pay is so low.
Oddly, I like doing narrative comments, but I hate to-the-second-timing shops, especially when they shout in all caps in the guidelines NOT TO USE CELL PHONES!
The Alta storage shops are not easy, as far as narrative. The gas stations, super easy if you dont mind the across the street pic.
I don't mind narrative comments as long as there's a point. Telling about what happened that's not easily covered in yes/no or Multi-choice questions, good. Regurgitating answers to what was already asked in the yes/no or multi-choice questions, not good. Having to explain why I said yes to "Was the store open?" or a yes answer to "Did they sell XYZ brand?" really not good. Request for comments without any indication as to what they want the comments to be about (I'm talking to you Intelli-Shop), really really not good.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/12/2017 11:23PM by sassymmmm.
I prefer to restate the yes/no than to give the gory details of how it was like shopping with my best friend for a $6 big girl item (how embarrasiing) and $10 pay. By the time I leave the store they already owe me $27 and I still need to do a report, no thanks. Lets not forget all the narrative for a corndog.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/12/2017 11:27PM by spicy1.
@spicy1 wrote:

Lets not forget all the narrative for a corndog.

I think this is the same one where you have to apply for the priviliege of doing a narrative for a corndog. At least, I have to apply -- maybe you more experienced shoppers don't have to. But honestly, if another company will trust me with $125 meal for two with alcohol reimbursement, can't I be trusted with a corndog without having to specifically apply for the job rather than self-assign?
double-posted by accident -- sorry!

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/13/2017 05:17PM by amyann2.
I have to apply also. Wait, let me check.

oh, it is self assign.

The dog and drink, for me, was like $7 so it is not a $15 shop all together. Plus, the requirement when I did one was for a turkey dog, which was fairly disgusting.

Give me a Dairy Queen/ Orange Julius Dog and an orange julius or blizzard snd I would route those!!
Has anyone dealt with Grace Hill? they sent my apartment shop back with a confusing statement and I'm not sure what they mean by it. and the editor did not include her email. It's a $45 dollar apartment shop so I really don't want to lose it. and I drove halfway across ga to do it and scheduled some others around it that won't even pay the freaking speeding ticket I got from some little hick town cop that just wanted to make a buck for his city.
@F and L TeleComm wrote:

Has anyone dealt with Grace Hill? they sent my apartment shop back with a confusing statement and I'm not sure what they mean by it. and the editor did not include her email. It's a $45 dollar apartment shop so I really don't want to lose it. and I drove halfway across ga to do it and scheduled some others around it that won't even pay the freaking speeding ticket I got from some little hick town cop that just wanted to make a buck for his city.

You would have better luck getting an answer if you start a new thread asking about Grace Hill. This thread is about companies that ask for little or no narrative.
This is true but my read on this shop was not as much narrative as now I am given the impression by the editor.
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