Advance Notice for Facebook Fans-Only! Like Us on Facebook Now!

May 24, 2011 by Confero Inc.

Amusement Park, Airport, Restaurant Summer Shops Launch Soon!

Confero is preparing for our busy summer and we are excited to start our upcoming mystery shopping projects!  We have created an exclusive fans-only section on Facebook (www.facebook.com/confero) to announce when new mystery shops are going to be posted on the Compass Job Board.  Confero will also have monthly fans-only contests and surveys for our fans to participate in and win prizes.  Our fans-only section will also allow for more direct communication between our mystery shoppers and our scheduling team!

Here are some of the types of mystery shopping projects we will have this summer; be sure to “Like Us” on Facebook to be the first to know when these mystery shops are posted! 

  • Movie theatre mystery shops
  • Casual dining mystery shops
  • Amusement park mystery shops
  • Retirement community phone call and on-site mystery shops
  • New home communities phone call and on-site mystery shops
  • Fast-Food dining mystery shops nationwide (including some on military bases)

In addition to our new projects, we are always recruiting more mystery shoppers for our ongoing programs. 

  • Grocery store mystery shops
  • High-end jewelry store mystery shops
  • Casual and fine dining mystery shops
  • Fast-food dining mystery shops
  • Oil change mystery shops
  • Tobacco and Alcohol compliance mystery shops (for shoppers between the ages of 21-25!)
  • Banking and Financial Services mystery shops (on-site and phone call mystery shops)
  • Insurance inquiry mystery shops
  • Gym and Health Club mystery shops
 

Tagged: mystery shopping, social media, facebook,

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Comments

I am delighted that Confero will be picking up some additional clients for shoppers to evaluate…......BUT….....I feel that Facebook and other social media sites are a possible invasion of privacy and refuse to join them.  It is not equitable that Confero grants advance notice to “fans” over the loyal shopper base that currently does business the “old fashioned” way. 
Just my thoughts and I wouldl appreciate yours.
Thanks,  Wayne Loekle 298287

Wayne Loekle
Tuesday, May 24, 2011

I would like to be a friend on face for confero.

Carol Duett
Tuesday, May 24, 2011

I just received an email that said your company will be providing advance notice of opportunities to people who are your fans on facebook. This seems quite unfair to those of us who do not wish to participate in some social networking site. Would I be of greater value to Confero if I participated on facebook or linked in or some other networking site? If so please explain that to me I would be very interested to understand that.
Best regards
Bruce

Bruce Allen
Tuesday, May 24, 2011

I agree with Wayne and Bruce. It is completely unfair for Confero to give advanced notice and all of the great shop opportunities to fans on Facebook first.  I refuse to become a part of this social networking fad.

Kimberly Odom
Wednesday, May 25, 2011

I am experienced and available for apartment and Senior living shops.

Dee Kelley
Wednesday, May 25, 2011

While I am a Facebook subscriber, I rarely check in. I joined Facebook when it was popular to do so, now having a bit more maturity (Maturity I’m almost 40) I realize that I have a Facebook account..wow. I agree with Wayne, Bruce & Kimberly, I don’t think that Facebook subscribers should be given preference just because they are on Facebook. What about my situation? I have a Facebook account that I rarely visit, you plan to “force” me to check in with a site I don’t visit just to be first in line for the “good” shops? I believe in merit and fair play in which you have to go to Confero to find the “good” shops it’s been that way and that’s the way it should stay.

Mike Fields
Monday, May 30, 2011

Don’t you understand that this is correct time to receive the mortgage loans, which would make your dreams come true.

TiaWise
Friday, July 08, 2011






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