So, i looked over the post about secret shoppers that was listed in the memories, but i didn't find what i was looking for. Does anyone know if this site is legitimate or not? I received an email from them, so apparently someone i know added me to their mailing list, but there is no "About" link on their site, nor is there any indication that they are a real business. Am I being scammed? Is this some silly internet joke a friend of mine is playing on me? i'll include the body of the email under the cut. Dear Kevin, If you are a college student then this is probably the most important period in your life, being truly independent for the first time. As thrilling as this can be, it is also very difficult with all the unforeseen responsibility it carries. You're swamped at school and short on cash, you can't afford to think about spending time or money on fun. Having people like you in mind, our organization has developed a program that combines work and fun, requires very little of your time and can help you supplement your income. Did you know that there are companies, so concerned with the quality of their services that they are willing to pay young, observant people to do field testing and bring back reports on how services and products can be improved? Your job would be visiting banks, restaurants, movie theatres, shops, grocery stores, etc. as a real customer with the slight difference that afterwards you have to write an evaluation report and present it to the company that has hired you. This only requires the time you are willing to spend and it pays from $300-$500 per week!!! If you're interested please reply to this e-mail to receive more information on how to sign up with our program and become a secret shopper. Best wishes, Kenneth Coleman -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- If you do not reply we will not send you any other e-mails. Also of interest, the email was dated as December 31, 1969.