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I am looking for the name of the company that hires independant contractors to scan barcodes in grocery stores

I am looking for the name of the company that hires independant contractors to scan barcodes in grocery stores Topic: Incomes data research
June 17, 2019 / By Alfie
Question: i knew someone that earned additional income by going store to store scanning product barcodes for some type of data research. This person is no longer available for me to inquire further. If anyone has heard of this type of work please let me know.
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Tammara Tammara | 10 days ago
I believe that the name of the company is called RGIS it stands for Retail Grocery Inventory Service. I see them at local stores sometimes.
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Tammara Originally Answered: I am looking for the name of the company that hires independant contractors to scan barcodes in grocery stores
I believe that the name of the company is called RGIS it stands for Retail Grocery Inventory Service. I see them at local stores sometimes.
Tammara Originally Answered: I am looking for the name of the company that hires independant contractors to scan barcodes in grocery stores
I believe it called "merchandising". Hope that helps...but if not when you see someone in the store scanning, just ask them. Oh I just remember the name of a company, "Huffy".

Rhoda Rhoda
I believe it called "merchandising". Hope that helps...but if not when you see someone in the store scanning, just ask them. Oh I just remember the name of a company, "Huffy".
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Rhoda Originally Answered: Any electrical contractors here?
Contact your state's attorney general's office and talk with them. Explain the situation and ask if they can look into the matter. It may take several months and comparison with the previous year's usage. If you have an "investigative" TV stations -- FOX stations are sometimes like this, but also the other network stations like to do "investigative" reporting, you might also want to contact them. Arguing with the electric company with publicity will usually result in what you are seeking. Again, it may take some time to prove your point in actual use. Add: I'm not entirely convinced you have a viable case. A 120V meter could have been (and was likely) measuring only one leg of the 240V circuit (otherwise, it should have burned out). It would be reporting only the use on that leg and not your entire usage. This isn't something you're going to be able to prove with just a few days of taking readings.
Rhoda Originally Answered: Any electrical contractors here?
The fact that your daily usuage has dropped after the change indicates that the meter was faulty - speak to an electrician.

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