You go to the store, ask for shoes, evaluate the customer service experience and get the prize. So simply there is Snuuper, the Chilean app of honey bonuses that could save you if your pocket is smaller at the end of the year.
It is a platform based on the network of "mysterious buyers on demand", the idea that after five years of operation also took place from Chile to Mexico.
Enrique Mena, Ceo and the founder of the application, said he saw the company in difficulty to appreciate the buying experience at its sales outlets – the golden opportunity. Why can not an advisor really buy a consultant?
"The traditional methods that existed were very slow, expensive and low, and they were often biased, because the assessments were carried out by trained auditors and not by real consumers," says Mena. Provided that citizenship is "eyes and ears at the point of sale," Snooper was born in 2013.
To date, according to Mena, there are 45 thousand Chileans who are actively using the app-250 thousand of total downloads, and are affiliated with 25 companies, with enough support for September to get to their platform to Mexico. For just three months, there are already 10 thousand Americans on the phone who use the application.
One of the tasks these days goes to a specific center to evaluate the attention of the local people during Christmas time. Just go to any store, give your advice to sellers, and then answer the 10 questionnaires. After that, the photographer stays as a witness that you were satisfied and receive your $ 1,000 prize. Challenge can be made up to 5 stores so you can earn up to $ 5,000 per hour.
"Active users perform 30 to 50 tasks per month, and they can earn an average of $ 3,000 per month, which means they earn $ 90,000 to $ 150,000 each month," says the founder of the app.
"We have a fairly healthy community, they understand that this is not the main source of income, such as Uber or Cornershop, but it is a great example for students to pay for lunch, mobilize and treat themselves to her. Financing their holidays and Christmas gifts , "says Mena.