Friday, 3 May 2013

Richard Powell

job offer

Clientscape MANAGEMENT via 

Clientscape MANAGEMENT®
Positions available- Personal Assistant, customer service evaluator/M.evaluator, SALES /CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE, Administrative Assistant,

We at Clientscape MANAGEMENT understand the importance of customer service, not only with regard to customer loyalty, but also to revenue and increased sales. We realize that employees provided excellent customer service while they were present, and wondered if the same service levels were provided when they weren’t there. To answer this question, we implemented a basic evaluation program and other services (Personnel, admin asst, analyst,) to visit their business and evaluate the service provided. The information they gained was invaluable. Realizing that this service would benefit companies in every industry, Clientscape MANAGEMENT ®was conceptualized. The company started its operations in 1988 serving companies throughout the Midwest.

Customer service evaluation is a tool used externally by market research companies or watchdog organizations or internally by companies themselves to measure quality of service or compliance to regulation, or to gather specific information about products and services. The Evaluator specific identity is generally not known by the establishment being evaluated. Evaluators perform specific tasks such as purchasing a product, asking questions, registering complaints or behaving in a certain way, and then provide detailed reports or feedback about their experiences.


I will notify you and provide you with funds for your first assignment which I will also provide you with details of what you need to do.


Your payment would be sent weekly, Also the company is in charge of providing you with all expense money for the shopping and other expenses incurred during the course of your assignment.


1} when an assignment is given to you, you would be provided with details to execute the assignment.

2} You would be asked to visit stores in your area as a Customer service evaluator and shop with them to know more about their sales and stock , cost sales and more details as provided by the company then report back to us with details of whatever transpired at the store. But anything you buy at the shop belongs to you, all we want is an effective/quick job and reports.


Before any assignment we would provide you with the resources needed {cash}Mostly our company would send you a Money Orders/check which you can cash and use for the assignment. But you follow every single information given to you as a Customer service evaluator.

You can earn more which involves nothing more than shopping at a number of selected retailers and assessing their customer service and reporting back.

With this i believe you have an idea on your first assignment which i will be giving you instructions for in my next mail

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Richard Powell
Evaluation Coordinator
Clientscape MANAGEMENT
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is scary. I have been researching Franklin Allen, who is the man supposedly behind a company called Chronax Consulting (Consultants).

That company reached out to me about being a mystery shopper and though the heading and initial paragraph of what you put in your blog differs from how they approached me - the bottom section is the same.

They send you what looks like a very legitimate check in the mail but then ask you to deposit said check (which I assume will bounce as it's drawn against a closed account, I'm sure) and in the meanwhile, spend $100 at Walmart and then forward the majority of their check for $2,350 through Money Gram.

Of course if I "do the job in the first day" I will be allowed to deduct for myself not only the payment & travel fee of $210, but an additional $100 but (DUH) that would mean I don't give the check time to fully clear.

So sure, I'll just go ahead and send this company around $2K of MY money to help them ascertain whether or not their "client" aka Money Gram employees are doing their job well.

Isn't there a way to report them for mail fraud since they're using the US Postal Service to send checks to people?