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Yet another friendly Nigerian scam.

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First you call the creditors of the accounts and find out the details. Then you question FAMILY MEMBERS becasue that is where the most ID theft occurs with Mothers and Dad s screwing up their kids lives. Then you go to the police stationb so you can send that info back to the creditors so they will remove the items from your credit reports after about 10 attempts to each creditor that is.

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I don t know that company but you don t really find legitimate mystery shopping jobs through random websites - those are almost all scams that will want you to pay, or Nigerian money mule scams that will pay you with counterfeit checks/money orders and want you to send money to someone through Moneygram or Western Union You get mystery shopping jobs by registering directly with market research agencies (look up market research in your local yellow pages) near you, or mystery shopping companies (ALWAYS make sure they are a member of MSPA - there will be a logo and link on their page to the MSPA homepage) You can search for MSPA licensed companies on their website http://www.mysteryshop.org/searchmspa/search.php Don t bother going to the "shoppers area" like they say, while those are real jobs there are over 100,000 people a week applying to those jobs that have 1 opening and unless you are the first person to apply a second after it s posted, you won t get the job. Instead use the search function to enter your location under either Company Location (to find companies in your area) or Locations/Region Served by the Company, as there may be a national agency based somewhere like NY or Chicago that still conducts searches where you live. Then contact those companies directly on their main number (listed in the phone book) and ask them if they are accepting applications for new shoppres and how you can apply. But most companies have more shoppers than work, meaning you are lucky to get 3-4 assignments in a year with a typical company And you don t do mystery shopping to make money - you do it for fun or because you are interested in customer service. Real mystery shops pay less than minimum wage. $5-7 is the average pay for a shop if you get paid - and that s for at least 2-3 hours of work when you include travel time to/from the shop, at least an hour conducting the shop and another hour to fill out the evaluation. For services (personal trainer, facial, haircut, carwash, dog grooming, etc, etc) you don t even get paid, you just get reimbursed for the service you bought. The most I ve ever seen as compensation for a single shop is $25 and that s for a full day. So anyone promising you $100/day or $500/month is full of BS And you ALWAYS spend your own money out of pocket, even if it s for a $350/night room at a Ritz Carlton hotel, and don t get reimbursed until 30 days after your evaluation is submitted -assuming your receipts are attached and the evaluation is completed correctly. Most agencies look or reasons not to pay you - if the evaluation isn t postmarked within 24 hours of the shop they don t pay. If you don t attach an original itemized receipt they don t pay. If they time and date stamp on the receipt don t match the times you were told to shop, they don t pay (for example if they are checking up on a certain manager and tell you that you have to shop between 2-4pm on a Tuesday and your receipt shows the time at 1:59pm or 4:01pm they don t pay), if you do not fill out the form correctly, they don t pay, etc.