Advanced Feedback's primary database for mystery shopping is Shop Metrics, see link and resources below. All jobs posted in Shop Metrics are also visible to those with accounts in Gigspot or MsJobBoard. Experienced video shoppers should also bookmark our Video Job Page, which includes regional maps to help you locate available video shops.
To meet the demands of Advanced Feedback’s expanding role as the leader in traditional, phone and video mystery shopping services, we are seeking intelligent and hard working individuals to join our team.
If you are passionate about making a difference in customer service, observant, attentive to detail and write well, we invite you to complete our mystery shopper application. Advanced Feedback has the tools, training and instructions to turn your ambition into a successful second income.
If you are a video shopper AND you own your own equipment, use this link for more information and to view availabile assignments by region.
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ATTENTION: Scammers are posing as Advanced Feedback and a fake mystery shopping company called SkyLine. These are scams intended to obtain private information and get you to deposit their bad check. Do not reply to their emails, provide any identifying information or deposit any checks.
What to look out for and how to get help if you believe that someone is trying to scam you.
Mystery Shoppers across the country are receiving emails from scammers posing as real companies. They will then send you letters in the mail along with checks for large amounts of money. These emails and letters appear to be legitimate and often include real company logos and may even have links to real websites. The scammer attempts to send you a check in the mail and will make it seem official by providing a shipping tracking number. They send checks for large amounts and ask you deposit them and to keep a certain amount as your shopper pay. The rest of the money is to be used for such things as buy gift cards during your shop. They will ask you to either send the gift cards back to them, or take pictures of the back of the cards so that they can gain access to the numbers and pins. The problem is that the checks they send will bounce in a few days and you are stuck paying for the gift cards with your own money. For example you recieve a check for $3,000, the "agent" asks you to deposit the check and to keep $500 for your shopper pay. Then you are told you will need to go to a big name store and purchase $2,500 worth of gift cards. When you get home you provide a write up of your shop and send pictures of the cards with the film scratched off the back to expose the numbers. The next day the check you deposited bounces and you have just lost $2,500 from your account.
Postal Inspectors advise that if you receive any offer like this, that you DO NOT RESPOND! Instead, report the incident to Postal Inspectors online or call Postal Inspectors at 1-877-876-2455.
We have seen an increase in scammers attemtping to take your money this year. Believe us, we are just as upset as you, they clone our website, use or logo, pose as employees, tarnish reputations and attempt to hurt those we care about most, our shoppers!
If you are unsure if the offer you recieved is from Advanced Feedback,Inc. please contact us at email@example.com. We do not send emails from non "@advancedfeedback.com" email addresses, nor do we solicit shoppers via postal letters. We have all our shoppers register with Shop Metrics or Gigspot through our website, take certifications and we also pay with PayPal.
If you have believe that you have been approached by a fraudulent mystery shopping company we suggest you contact one or all of the following:
- Your local police department. Ask for the Cyber Crimes department.
- The FBI, visit this page FBI Complaints
- The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), visit FTC Contact or call 1-877-FTC-HELP
- E-mail service provider of the person contacting you such as AOL, Google, Yahoo, etc., visit their 'Contact Us' page to file a complaint.
Here are some other clues that will help you to determine if the offer is a scam:
- You are sent 'money' in the form of a check in advance of your performing a shop. These checks are not good and your bank will then look for you to make good on the deposit. Advanced Feedback, Inc. does not pay shoppers in advance of a shop.
- You are asked to pay money to become a shopper. Legitimate mystery shopping firms never ask for money from a shopper.
- The email address does not use a legitimate Advanced Feedback Inc. email name, which will always be in the form of firstname.lastname@example.org. If the person contacting you has an AOL or Gmail or similar non-corporate email address, it is not from a legitimate mystery shopping company.
- The regular mail has a letter with a legitimate return address but the postmark is not from the same area, it is likely a scam. Almost all of our correspondence with shoppers will be by email.
- If the caller has a foreign accent but his or her given name does not sound foreign, be suspicious. Many of these scams are undertaken by groups calling from foreign countries who mask their phone numbers to look as if they are calling from the U.S.
- The offer includes a high payment amount for a relatively easy assignment. If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is!
- The offer does not require you to enroll as a mystery shopper with Advanced Feedback, Inc. We require all individuals who wish to mystery shop with us to enroll, take certifications and apply for shops.
If you are a registered shopper with Advanced Feedback, please contact the scheduler listed on your assignment with any questions about your shop. Payment terms are defined upon registration and shown in the messages on your home page. If you are not a registered shopper and require information about shopping for Advanced Feedback prior to registration you may email us at email@example.com or call (858) 566-6362.
Additional information provided on our : FAQ Page