Mystery Online Shoppers is just another secret shopping scam that pops up with a basic google search. I signed up for "more info" because I thought it would be great to save gas and just complete on-line store reviews & transcations. I felt silly giving them all of my contact information without directly speaking to soemone, but that is the only way to find out the details. Upon an email sent from one of their representatives, a snippy lady named Carrie Speiser, I quickly learned it was indeed, "too good to be true." Basically, you would have to sign an agreement to visit a *minimium* of TWENTY sites and you get only 2 days to do this. What happens if you only vist say, 4 sites( which would take a good hour atleast!)...well, than you did not complete the "worksheet", which requires you to visit the full twenty sites. You are than not eligible for payment because you did not meet the worksheet requirements. In terms of $, you would be awarded $5 for specific sites, or giftcards (let's face it people, those just don't pay the bills!) and you would be payed through paypal(which requires your banking information and you'd never receive a direct check to cash), plus you must follow all of their terms and conditions. From the condtions in her email, this means, visiting 40 sites, making orders, writing reports, filling out all of the contact info on each site, filtering spam when the site decides to email you or send things to your household that you (may be) required to pay for yourself all in a period of 2 days!! Sooooo you'd spend every waking hour in front of your computer, away from your kids, not getting any excercise, not being able to do your regular, paying job or studies etc. all for a total $100, considering you met all of their requirements and all twenty sites done to their expectations??? Sorry, I will opt for a lawn-mowing gig, 4 hours, fresh air, excercise and my kids can come, $40 bucks.....Save your time, thsi company is a scam!!