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@Thah wrote:

Does anyone know who to contact for payments in SA? I perfomed evaluations for them in September but haven't received payment. I contacted my Scheduler several times with no luck and she replied few days ago saying she was on leave and she will check with accountancy until today I'm still waiting for a feedback.

"SA"? South Asia, South Africa, South America? Regardless, I never saw Service Check to have any shops outside North America. Are you sure you mean Service Check and not International Service Check? They are two wholly different companies. Service Check was based in the United States where International Service Check, which has operations globally, is based in Switzerland.

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I volunteer with a local animal rescue. The loss of food donations from the small local pet food shop really hurt. If anyone sees it with another MSC and wouldn't mind guiding me in their direction I'd be grateful. 100% of this shop went to the rescue. You'd think I'd be happy for having less hassle and work but I'm more let down about this than some of the better money makers that have disappeared this year.
Sorry wrong thread.

Lady Marius
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/11/2019 01:51AM by Lady Marius.
Not surprising. The stores are super empty (customers and products). They're probably going to close soon.

@foodluvr wrote:

The electronics company is no longer being shopped.
Thank you for that, I am not sure why the other posters won't say who has taken the other client's, if they in fact are still being shopped. If you don't want to share this basic information, it makes posting here feel a little one sided. There are some of us who have been, hard to believe shopping for 10 years, thank you Stevesmiling smiley, or more and we are not going take anything away from. And if we have been long time ServiceCheck shoppers why would you not want to share. I am mostly curious about their Hawaiian Grocery stores, and their nice Furniture/Outlet store. I will call the store directly and if I find out anything, and anyone else wants to know, I will share. Without mentioning the clients name. Geeze.......
@azncollege wrote:

Not surprising. The stores are super empty (customers and products). They're probably going to close soon.

@foodluvr wrote:

The electronics company is no longer being shopped.

Exactly, I got tired of saying the same thing every single shop. I don't think they ever acted on any piece of feedback. I also found it weird that you had to get a last name and first name for someone who clearly wasn't there long enough to get a business card and wasn't going to be there the next time you went in. Stores are huge and empty. Last time I was in there, they got rid of all of their appliances and were selling lots of weird stuff.
Forum rules prohibit linking the names of MSC's with their clients. Our IC agreements include a bit about not revealing the identity of MSC clients.

@helpmehelpyou wrote:

Thank you for that, I am not sure why the other posters won't say who has taken the other client's, if they in fact are still being shopped. If you don't want to share this basic information, it makes posting here feel a little one sided. There are some of us who have been, hard to believe shopping for 10 years, thank you Stevesmiling smiley, or more and we are not going take anything away from. And if we have been long time ServiceCheck shoppers why would you not want to share. I am mostly curious about their Hawaiian Grocery stores, and their nice Furniture/Outlet store. I will call the store directly and if I find out anything, and anyone else wants to know, I will share. Without mentioning the clients name. Geeze.......

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@foodluvr wrote:

The electronics company is no longer being shopped.

I feel it is on its way out. Low inventories on my last several visits.
This and the fact that they keep going to the media and saying they're not going out of business is pretty laughable. if you look at their weekly ads, it's all old stuff that hasn't been relevant in the electronics industry in ages.
Thanksgiving has come and gone, and still no shops in sight. Or should I say no shops onsite?
Looks like there's not a single shop posted in the entire USA.
Is it really the end of Service Check?
The website has gone black and the phone has been disconnected. If it is not really rhe end, rhen the sky is not full of flying airplanes but flying pigs.
I am still able to log into their Sassie site but of course no jobs there. Their servicecheck.net corporate site also is still working.
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