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Yes. I was rejected and really annoyed as I had to go to an Asda a bit out of the way but I asked exactly why I was rejected and got it cleared up. Just ask them. Roamler is one of the best apps I have. They reply so quickly and they are so nice!
Hello, thanks for replying. I did do it again and it was ok. It was a silly oversight on my part!
 

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Omg! I did three the other day and they were all lovely people who helped me. Im nervous about doing more now haha :p
I too did a con store and was refused. Let's say, they were not in a position to understand or fully communicate with me. I wouldn't do them again. It takes a bit of a nerve to do these. Also, I was thinking of doing the J20 but I didn't like the idea of asking for a receipt for such a small transaction at a bar - especially in some! Sometimes it makes you wonder if it's the mystery shopper that's being mystery shopped with some of the antics they want you to carry out!
 

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Up here in Scotland the shopkeepers are just that little bit more mental.. i visited one for Roamler, cant remember the task, but it was not incognito... had the infamous Roamler LOA (something not worth the paper it is on) with me, spoke to the guy explained what i wanted to do, he calls out in whatever language he uses to the back shop and out comes 2 "brothers" who start tearing into me and telling me to get the **** out their shop, which i did with 2 of them "helping" me out the door... walking back to car had a tin of beans whizz past my ear.... they assume you are spying for a nearby shop...really not worth attempting them, very rarely up here do any Roamlers do tasks in small corner shops
Scary, I agree though about these smaller shops and wonder if that's why there's still so many on. Once bitten twice shy so to speak.
 

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I too did a con store and was refused. Let's say, they were not in a position to understand or fully communicate with me. I wouldn't do them again. It takes a bit of a nerve to do these. Also, I was thinking of doing the J20 but I didn't like the idea of asking for a receipt for such a small transaction at a bar - especially in some! Sometimes it makes you wonder if it's the mystery shopper that's being mystery shopped with some of the antics they want you to carry out!
Haha I know! I was trying to do a mission before after having just been rejected by a shop keeper. I came the shop and the Post Office across the road was being robbed! Didnt get a lot of missions done but I had a bit of excitement at least!
 

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I too did a con store and was refused. Let's say, they were not in a position to understand or fully communicate with me. I wouldn't do them again. It takes a bit of a nerve to do these. Also, I was thinking of doing the J20 but I didn't like the idea of asking for a receipt for such a small transaction at a bar - especially in some! Sometimes it makes you wonder if it's the mystery shopper that's being mystery shopped with some of the antics they want you to carry out!
Just on the J20 dont worry about asking for a receipt, i must have done 100 of these in the summer, the staff dont bat an eyelid
 

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I did a couple of the Asahi perfect pour tasks, but the local rep had clearly been around and briefed the local bars a few days previously - the second I walked into one bar alone and asked for an Asahi I was asked if I worked for Asahi...!
 

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I did a couple of the Asahi perfect pour tasks, but the local rep had clearly been around and briefed the local bars a few days previously - the second I walked into one bar alone and asked for an Asahi I was asked if I worked for Asahi...!
I think that task sounds so nice. The fact that they win a prize and that you get to tell them! I wish there were some of those tasks in my area. I just have loads of the convenience store and I got refused today so it knocks me back a bit.
 

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Just on the J20 dont worry about asking for a receipt, i must have done 100 of these in the summer, the staff dont bat an eyelid
Thanks Mabozza for reply. May give them a go if they are still on.
 

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I think that task sounds so nice. The fact that they win a prize and that you get to tell them! I wish there were some of those tasks in my area. I just have loads of the convenience store and I got refused today so it knocks me back a bit.
Hi again Dmelom. Sorry to hear you had a refusal today. It knocks your confidence a bit doesn't it. I used to do a lot of full mystery shops, not the apps and my favourite was for Wetherspoons. I did loads and they were so easy. I also did a few pharmacies were they'd get you to ask all sorts and pay hardly anything really. Swings and roundabouts. I'd take my mobile phone for back up to record but I'm sure that's illegal now ???? Done a few opticians as well. I think I prefer the apps as the older way meant the reports often took forever but with the apps the job is finished on site. Do you do any merchandising?
 

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The J20 tasks involve a prize for staff too (if they serve in the branded glass + at least one bit of promo material at the bar), if you have any of those near you!
 

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Haha I know! I was trying to do a mission before after having just been rejected by a shop keeper. I came the shop and the Post Office across the road was being robbed! Didnt get a lot of missions done but I had a bit of excitement at least!
I can't imagine that happens everyday!
 

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Hi again Dmelom. Sorry to hear you had a refusal today. It knocks your confidence a bit doesn't it. I used to do a lot of full mystery shops, not the apps and my favourite was for Wetherspoons. I did loads and they were so easy. I also did a few pharmacies were they'd get you to ask all sorts and pay hardly anything really. Swings and roundabouts. I'd take my mobile phone for back up to record but I'm sure that's illegal now ???? Done a few opticians as well. I think I prefer the apps as the older way meant the reports often took forever but with the apps the job is finished on site. Do you do any merchandising?
Bemyeye is terrible for things like that. I had a chocolate mission for them yesterday and to get the full amount if wanted me to find 50 displays! 50!! As if. What is merchandising? I just prefer the missions you do secretly.
 

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Bemyeye is terrible for things like that. I had a chocolate mission for them yesterday and to get the full amount if wanted me to find 50 displays! 50!! As if. What is merchandising? I just prefer the missions you do secretly.
Hi its just when you go and fill a shelf for an hour or two. Assossia website are good for that. It's just another thing mystery shop sites do it won't be up your street though if you prefer the mystery aspect. It helps to read of your chocolate experiences, and thanks
 

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I really like BeMyEye. I've been on it for under a month and have earned £60. I'd definitely recommend it but you might not get many tasks if you live in a rural area and get paid by PayPal, not Bank Transfer. Although the bonus isn't great if you use the code ep90kg2 you get £1 after your first mission in store.
 

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Hi its just when you go and fill a shelf for an hour or two. Assossia website are good for that. It's just another thing mystery shop sites do it won't be up your street though if you prefer the mystery aspect. It helps to read of your chocolate experiences, and thanks
Oh Redwigwam offer that but its not really my thing. I prefer to work from home and occasionally do missions.
 

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About to go from level 3 to 4 when they approve all my missions, some of which are 5 days old...

Anyway, is there any advantage to going up a level apart from being able to give out more codes?
 

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About to go from level 3 to 4 when they approve all my missions, some of which are 5 days old...

Anyway, is there any advantage to going up a level apart from being able to give out more codes?
As you level up, occasionally you can get access to additional tasks (although its quite rare they will restrict jobs to certain levels)
You can reserve more jobs
Get another code to give out

I think thats about it.
 

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About to go from level 3 to 4 when they approve all my missions, some of which are 5 days old...

Anyway, is there any advantage to going up a level apart from being able to give out more codes?
I think you get higher paid missions and are able to book more and have more bookmarks. Also you get more XP per mission I think.
 

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About to go from level 3 to 4 when they approve all my missions, some of which are 5 days old...

Anyway, is there any advantage to going up a level apart from being able to give out more codes?
How long have you had the app?
 

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