Mobee Aggregated Reviews

Mobee 01

August 11, 2019

Mobee is a mystery shopper app that lets you earn prepaid MasterCard or gift cards while shopping. The tasks usually ask you to find some products then take photos, helping task issuers see store’s everyday operations.

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Mobee 02

August 11, 2019

Mobee – You get paid for doing mystery shopping

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Mobee 03

August 11, 2019

I do it. I use Field Agent and Mobee. Both pay pretty well, and I’ve never gotten ripped off on either. Field Agent pays via direct deposit to your bank. Mobee pays in points that you can redeem for gift cards. Anyway, those are the two that I can personally verify.

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Mobee 04

August 11, 2019

I work not far from a mall I’ll hit up on lunch sometimes. There’s reliably 4-5 stores that have Mobee missions.
Thing is those missions can only be done once per week.
Between travel and other bonuses it can add up.
As mentioned though, taking photos in a store can be SUPER awkward and it can be really difficult not getting caught depending on where you are.
There’s a Neiman Marcus with a bunch of missions all in the fragrance/skincare/cosmetic depts where sales ladies are always staring. I could easily make really decent points there but it’s too difficult to not get caught.
… which sucks because Mobee keeps raising the payout on them because nobody wants to try them!
And if you’re wondering, I’ve been doing Mobee for about 3 weeks and have made about $50 hitting a few stores on lunch once/week.

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Mobee 05

August 11, 2019

I’ve done beer audits at gas stations through Mobee and it didn’t give me anything to show the clerk, and every time I asked for permission to take a couple of photos they tell me to leave the store immediately. A few times I just had my wife distract the clerk and took them and then left but whoever is enrolling these stores in Mobee should be training their clerks to allow the people to use the apps in their store.

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