Which Companies are no longer in existence?

Due to Covid, I would love to see a list of those companies that are no longer in existence. I used to work for Restaurant Cops and I see that the site is no longer active, so I am guessing that they have closed up shop.
I would love to urge those companies that no longer are in business. It takes me a while to go thru the ist of the shops I am registered and would like to get rid of the ones that have gone under or merged.

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Perfect idea for a thread-- and a possible update for the list of companies. smiling smiley

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Maritz was bought out by IPSOS
MarketWise merged with ServiceWithStyle
Gapbuster is now GBW Solutions
"The Secret Shopper, LLC" which used Prophet appears to be gone. (Not to be confused with the other company that calls itself "Secret Shopper" and has its own in house platform.
@JimmyP wrote:

Ardent is gone.

Let's hoist a foil wrapped burrito in memory.

In all fairness, I think the MSC had to close shop as their major client had too many issues going at cooperate dealing with the whole illness outbreaks to continue doing the mystery shops.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/06/2021 02:08PM by drdisney.
Service Check is also gone and they were one of my favorites. The three ladies that worked there were really responsive and super nice.
@foodluvr wrote:

Service Check is also gone and they were one of my favorites. The three ladies that worked there were really responsive and super nice.

I miss Service Check so much ! They had quite a few clients near me that always needed shops completed. Pet food, an amazing So Cal restaurant, a huge electronics shop. Honestly I think I completed on average about 3-4 shops per week for them. Definitely one of my favorite companies to work with !
@drdisney wrote:


I miss Service Check so much ! They had quite a few clients near me that always needed shops completed. Pet food, an amazing So Cal restaurant, a huge electronics shop. Honestly I think I completed on average about 3-4 shops per week for them. Definitely one of my favorite companies to work with !

That huge electronics store has permanently closed all its locations.
@kenasch wrote:

@drdisney wrote:


I miss Service Check so much ! They had quite a few clients near me that always needed shops completed. Pet food, an amazing So Cal restaurant, a huge electronics shop. Honestly I think I completed on average about 3-4 shops per week for them. Definitely one of my favorite companies to work with !

That huge electronics store has permanently closed all its locations.

Yep it was the world's largest longest going out of business sale. I think anybody that's shopped there in the last 2 years saw that coming and just wondered why it took so long.
@foodluvr wrote:


Yep it was the world's largest longest going out of business sale. I think anybody that's shopped there in the last 2 years saw that coming and just wondered why it took so long.

I remember doing the reports during the final years they were around, and how they were trying to tap into the online ordering business. Honestly the way they ran their website ordering was a complete disaster. Which is surprising since you think they would know a thing or two about computers. Still going to miss them as they were like my Disneyland when it came to my tech and electronic stuff. Even the theming of the buildings were amazing ! I lived in LA, so would go to the Manhattan Beach one which was themed Tiki style complete with a koi pond in the middle. But also checked out Burbank, Anaheim, San Jose, Las Vegas as well. Interesting to note is that the brother who split off and wen the grocery path is still going great and even sold it to Kroger years back.
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