The email did not give out of the name of the client of course. It says "Type: Fast Food and Shop Fee: Purchase Reimbursement Only." I guess the phrase, "Will work for food" is 100% true for MarketForce shoppers. :-(@roflwofl wrote:
I do a lot of fast food shops for MF. If the location is close to where I work, I will do it for my lunch. I don't know the shops you are referencing. All the MF fast food shops I do have a fee as well as reimbursement. They do have a fast casual bar that reimburses $30 and has no fee.
I just thought of one. There's a smoothie place that reimburses up to $10 with no fee. It is listed as a fast food. I did do it once because I was doing another shop in the same strip shopping center and wanted the smoothie. It was a good smoothie. With all the add-ons I made, it cost about $9.75, just under the reimbursement. It was a good smoothie and the report was almost nothing. I would do the shop again but only if I was right next door. I wouldn't go out of my way for the smoothie.
I'm not eating a FF burger for money! ;-) Well, unless is it grass-fed beef which I doubt.@Jenny Cassada wrote:
I haven't seen any listed without payment in my area, but my boyfriend has every single chain within 5 minutes of him and I've seen a burger place that only pays reimbursement. I'll do something I need as a reimbursement only, but I'm not eating a FF burger for no payment.
My health is more important than getting a free FF meal along with a side of high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes. I am more of a high-end and travel shopper. This type of business needs a variety of shoppers. We all have our of specialities.@2stepps wrote:
You know some people are just too picky to be shoppers. But then I guess it takes all types.
The reimbursement-only FF chain I've seen on MF also has chicken sandwiches and turkey burgers. So you don't need to get a burger. In fact, they even have salads, although they are not known for them.@LuvsTraveling wrote:
I'm not eating a FF burger for money! ;-) Well, unless is it grass-fed beef which I doubt.