# Is Premier Service Inc.. the a scam or is it a real mystery shopper company?

A real company is always free to register, usually pays $5-10 per shop (rarely more) and requires you to spend your own money upfront, then you get reimbursed after you submit your evaluation form and receipts. For goods and services (hotels, restaurants, spa visits, hair dressers, etc) you do not receive additional payments - you just get reimbursed for what you paid for out of pocket • This Site Might Help You. RE: Is Premier Service Inc.. the a scam or is it a real mystery shopper company? • Premier Services Inc • You may be asking the wrong question. The issue is not whether a particular company name is that of a legitimate company, it is whether a mystery shopper opportunity is legitimate. Scammers often use the names of legitimate companies. Relying only on the name of the company will get you scammed. You should not only make sure the company is legitimate, you should verify that the offer actually came from that company. If they emailed you out of nowhere to offer you a mystery shopper job, it is probably a scam. If they used a free email address (e.g., Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail) it is even more likely. If they want you to wire money somewhere, no doubt about it, scam. • I got the same letter from Naples with the booklets. I agree, to good to be true. No telephone number on the letter. There is a Premier Mailing Service, Inc located in Ohio. They have 3 employees and an annual income of$115,00. No connection that I could see. If ya'll here anything let me know ASAP.