It’s November 5th and Ipsos Shopmetrics still has over 2000+ shops in the New York City area when they usually have 16000+ by the beginning of the month. There’s no more bank shops, washer shops, cell phone shops and consumer audits.
I applied for the TV shops and my applications haven’t been accepted nor rejected.
This is weird and very disheartening because Ipsos Shopmetrics would always have a ton of shops in the NYC area to choose from.
It is worth noting that there are a lot of shops on the Ipsos Sassie side.
I see lots of shops on the Shopmetrics site in my area, including consumer audits, cell phone shops, electronic store shops, brow waxes, and post office shops. And I live in a small city of only about 250k people. That's really odd.
There were over 16,000 shops available as of this afternoon for the United States. The available shops number that is shown on the left of the page applies to the entire country. you are automatically shown the shops within 90 miles from on the right side of the page
If you are only seeing 2,000 then that means that they’ve prohibited you from being able to view shops.
Are you still receiving emails throughout the day from them? If you are then there’s some glitch with your specific profile. I know for a fact that they stop sending emails when they’ve banned you from certain projects
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/06/2019 03:24AM by AnonymousGirl.
You were right. I was partially deactivated. I’m not sure I should get into details because I don’t know who is lurking on this forum, but I had an interesting conversation with someone who knows a lot about this situation and I was apologized to and told that there isn’t much harmony between the schedulers over how some of them handle the shoppers.
Long story short, I was reactivated and I was told to avoid certain schedulers from here on out.
I know for a fact that they stop sending emails when they’ve banned you from certain projects
How do you know this?
My friend told them that they started working for USPS and asked if there was a way that they could stop seeing those specific projects, or at least receiving the e-mails about them, since they couldn't do them. The scheduler accidentally "shadow banned" her. My friend was able to log in, but could only see those old assignments from old clients that they don't seem to take off the board. She also stopped receiving e-mails. When she e-mailed them about not being able to see any smartphone and appliance shops, the scheduler apologized and explained the mistake that she'd made.