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Spectrum Research MYSTERY SHOPPER SCAM SCAM, Internet
2nd of Nov, 2011 by User122438
Got the following email with the subject "Job Offer" from a nextrecruitment.info address: Do you want to participate in the greatest Mystery Shopping quests nationwide? Have you ever wondered how Mystery Shoppers are recruited and how prosperous companies keep up doing business in the highly competitive business world? The answer is that many companies are recruiting young, creative, observant, and responsible individuals like you to give their feedback on various products and customer services and thus improve their quality. As a Mystery Shopper you have only one responsibility: Act as a real customer while evaluating the place you are sent to mystery shop and enjoy all the benefits that go along with your job. Remember that you have nothing to lose, because you are awarded generously for your efforts: - You get paid between $10 and $40 per hour for each mystery shopping assignment - You keep all things that you have purchased for free - Movies, eat in restaurants, and visit amusement parks for free - You are turning your most enjoyable hobby into a well-paying activity. Be aware that as a Mystery Shopper you can earn on average $100 to $300 per week. The most experienced and hard-working shoppers earn up to $500 weekly. This well-paying job gives you the possibility to visit and observe shops, restaurants, banks, movie theaters, etc. in order to find their flaws and help their owners correct and improve them. You can be a Mystery Shopper whenever you have time, because there is no fixed timetable and you are not obliged to take all the assignments offered. If you are interested and would like to give a try to this intriguing job offer, just write me back and I will provide you with more pertinent information. Good Luck, Erica Stone Replying to the email results in a short response telling you to go to spectrumresearch.info. A website that requires you to buy a $29.95 membership in order to become a "Mystery Shopper". No legitimate employer with a bona fide job position demands you pay them to work for them. Looking up the owner of both nextrecruitment.info and researchspectrum.info returns this: Boris Todorov 57 Vitosha Sofia, Bulgaria It also seems that this is a long-standing scam including this company name and the mystery shopper model. So you have been warned.

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