Marketforce $0 Pay Jobs

Can someone tell me what the Marketforce jobs are that show $0 pay and reimbursement of $5. I am confused, you still have to do a report and the work correctly? But they are not paying you and want it for free?

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@cindycribbs wrote:

Can someone tell me what the Marketforce jobs are that show $0 pay and reimbursement of $5. I am confused, you still have to do a report and the work correctly? But they are not paying you and want it for free?



That's for those of us that like to work for free. New form of craziness that started after the pandemic. You can work all you want. Of course, it's mostly for nothing.
Search this section for a similar title. Shoppers typically wait until there is a fee to take the shop.

"There's so much trouble in this world; surrounded by miracles" - Citizen Cope
Ha no; never. There were even some places in the past, that offered "attaboy's" as incentives.
@cindycribbs wrote:

Can someone tell me what the Marketforce jobs are that show $0 pay and reimbursement of $5. I am confused, you still have to do a report and the work correctly? But they are not paying you and want it for free?

Yeah, I did that job today, but for $16 plus $5.
@SoCalMama wrote:

@cindycribbs wrote:

Can someone tell me what the Marketforce jobs are that show $0 pay and reimbursement of $5. I am confused, you still have to do a report and the work correctly? But they are not paying you and want it for free?

Yeah, I did that job today, but for $16 plus $5.
Wow, second time I've seen someone get the shop for this client at $16. As I mentioned in the dedicated thread for this client, I've never done better than $12 and I had to be visiting a rural area in another state to get that.
I jumped for joy when I got it for $15 several times. I love flakes.

"There's so much trouble in this world; surrounded by miracles" - Citizen Cope
I just completed a shop a good distance away (that is usually $9 fee local). Occasionally I would get it approved for $55 fee. With fuel costs rising I asked for $60 the last several times and was denied. The last time they approved the $60 fee. It takes persistence.
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