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    Basically, needed some flexi work and thought 'hey, I'll be a mystery shopper!'

    Because of where I live, this was like the only one that had businesses in my area.

    Anyone worked or heard of them before?
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    (Original post by manx1991)
    Basically, needed some flexi work and thought 'hey, I'll be a mystery shopper!'

    Because of where I live, this was like the only one that had businesses in my area.

    Anyone worked or heard of them before?
    You can't really make a living from mystery shopping, and certainly not from jobs that retail eyes offer. Best place to look up this sort of thing is on the moneysavingexpert forums, which have a good mystery shopping thread.
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    is retaileyes safe? i just got an email asking me to join. but after i joined, they say i have to put in my account details so that they can pay me in the future. looks like a scam.... but at the same time it looked like such an established website??? they also knew which hall i stayed in.
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    is retaileyes safe? i just got an email asking me to join. but after i joined, they say i have to put in my account details so that they can pay me in the future. looks like a scam.... but at the same time it looked like such an established website??? they also knew which hall i stayed in.
    They are the real deal, they're the ones who do the mystery shoppers for where I work (which I discovered a few weeks after joining and yet we still failed it!) But if you got an email about it it's a bit worrying- but they are lacking in people at the minute I've heard.
 
 
 
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