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Hello there,

We are a company that conducts surveys and evaluate other companies. We get hired to go to other peoples companies and act like customers in order to know how the staffs are handling their services in relation to their customers.Once we have a contract to do so, you would be directed to the company or outlet, and you would be given the funds you need to do the job (either purchase products or required services), after which you would write a comment on the staffs activities and give a detailed record of your experienceExamples of details you would forward to us are

1) How long it took you to get the services requested.

2) Smartness of the attendant

3)Customer service professionalism

4)Sometimes you might be required to upset the attendant, to see how they react to clients why they get tensed.And we turn the information over to the company executives and they would carry out their own duties in improving their services.

Most companies employ our assistance when people give complains about their services, or when they feel there are needs for them to improve their customer service. your Identity would be kept confidential as the job states (secret/mystery shopper) you would be paid $200 for every duty you carry out, and bonus on your transportation allowance, and funds would be given to you if you have to dine as part of the duty Your job will be to evaluate and comment on customer service in a wide variety of shops, stores, restaurant and services in your area.WE NEED SECRET SHOPPERS IN THE U.S NOW........No commitment is made on this job, and you would have flexible hours as it suits you. If you are interested, do send in these information:

FULL NAME:
CONTACT ADDRESS: (NO P O BOX)
CITY:
STATE:
ZIP-CODE:
TELEPHONE NUMBER:
MOBILE NUMBER:
AGE:
OCCUPATION:
EMAIL:
Bank Name:

So we can look at your distance from the locations which you have to put your service into, and your address would also be need for your payments.

All replies to richardcole0@gmail.com.

Thanks
Sincerely,
Richard Cole.