We have heard the horror stories of people who have been enticed with a free hotel stay and a free gift just to attend a so-called, “presentation.” Everything usually starts out well and dandy with a well-spoken representative of a timeshare company who just innocently wants to inform their group of listeners about their special vacation opportunities at a luxury resort. Couples begin strong, but sometimes the mix of a beautiful getaway and a little bit of sales pressure can cause even the most hardened consumer to crack.
If you are the kind of person who enjoys wasting the time of timeshare salespeople and finds joy in saying “no” until the representative waves the white flag in surrender, this might be the perfect mystery shopping assignment for you. Afterall, you’ve more than earned that free set of kitchen knives by sitting through hours of people saying that you “owe it to yourself” to spend thousands of dollars on their timeshare products. If you stay strong, you will make a cool $150 just for saying “no.”
To be eligible for this shop, this company wants shoppers to be at least 28 years of age and must attend the presentation with a “significant other.” Shoppers are not permitted to bring children, pets, or any additional people to the shop. Mystery shoppers will be asked to play the role of someone who earns at least $80,000 per year and frequently takes approximately 12 to 14 trips on an annual basis. At the conclusion of the sales pitch and when it is time to make a purchase decision, you will decline due to a certain financial issue that may be coming up. To learn more about this opportunity, click here.