Experience Exchange

Has anyone else noticed a change at Experience Exchange [Secretshopnet]? I've noticed that there have been fewer jobs available for the last two months. Anyone have any information about what's going on? I feel they are one of the best companies to work for.

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They have gone over to a "subscription" thing where you can sign up for shops you are interested in before they are ever posted. I gather jobs are offered first to the subscribers, so many never make it to be posted. But I gather that the subscription stuff may not be working terribly well as there seem to be an inordinate number of "dropped shops".
I have just started and they are one of the places I get my work from. I have yet to figure out how to get the subscription to work. I just wait for the jobs to appear, and then take them as they pop up. I would be interested in finding out how to get the subscription to work for me. I am willing to travel to some of the out of way places in SE Georgia. One scheduler up the payment due to the time of travel (45 minutes one way). But I would try and get several jobs in that area to as to make up the cost of the gas.
Are they still on the "subscription" system? I'd love to apply, unfortunately someone stole my identity and already applied to them...long story.
They basically have the same shops around here as always..........they dumped the subscription on the one client here which is fine w/me. Not many signed up so the shops were always on the regular board. I notice they changed a convenience store shop to include buying gas in addition to a hot dog in the store........that works for me as it is a couple of blocks from where I work.
ANd as we all know..........who can't use gas nowadays??

..someone that made an account using my details got a fast food dine-in and drive-through shop, along with a gas station/cardlock location. You think that a shopper with an address in Minneapolis would not do their first shops in NORTH CAROLINA! Maybe that should have thrown some red flags??
I would pursue that with them Amanda. If it was just your social security number used, I would offer to send them a scan of my social security card and driver's license to prove that I am the one entitled to use that number. If it is the rest of your details I would inquire if payment was made by direct deposit it becomes an issue for law enforcement under identity theft.
I left a message for a scheduler on that one and nobody has been in touch with me. :/ I guess if I keep getting calls at the wrong phone number I'll answer one of these days and set them straight.
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