Trailer Checking Company Comparison...?

CFA (MarketForce) has not had any trailer checks at all this year. You are correct. I'm not sure where the confusion came from, but Market Force and Movie Measure is not same at all. I've worked for CFA for years now, a great company, but the work is not there anymore, which led me to Movie Measure. I'm glad I found them, it is very easy, no online reports to fill out, so much quicker. Trailer checks have never paid well, no matter what company you go with, it's not meant to be a sole income, unless you work for multiple companies, and can devote entire weekends and days of the week to the multiple companies.

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The following question is strictly from the standpoint of curiosity. If a trailer checker is not permitted to watch movies and the fees are low, what is the incentive? I accessed this thread to ascertain if this would be a viable manner by which I could save the price of a ticket and earn money.
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