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Guest Services If you love people, Guest Services is the place to be. As a Guest Services Team member, you have the opportunity to greet guests, help guests find their seats, or welcome first time guests. When our guests arrive at Holy Vision Temple, we want to honor them by creating a welcoming experience through a clean and fresh environment. This team may not be seen on Sundays, but their impact is noticed by everyone that walks onto the location.   Greeting This Team actively demonstrates God’s love with every smile and hello. Conversations are short, but the potential to make a lasting impression is immeasurable. Do you have a cheerful smile and enjoy welcoming people? Greeters are energetic, talkative, and friendly. People who are relaxed are more likely to respond to the sermon.   Next Level If you get excited about people giving their lives to Christ, this may be the Team for you. Next Level assists people with their decision of accepting Christ as Savior and prays for them.   Prayer Pray silently during each worship experience in a designated area on location. Intercede for Pastor Lee as he preaches (live or on video) and for the worshippers as they listen to the sermon.   Announcements A public and typically formal statement about a fact, occurrence, or intention. New events , Birthdays, Thanking members and guest for their donations.   VIP We go above and beyond welcoming visitors to our church as our VIPS. The VIP Team goes to extraordinary lengths to ensure they are honored and know exactly where the auditorium, and restrooms are located. Are you the kind of person who seems to never meet a...
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Mystery Shopper Scams Job Scams Work-at-Home Businesses Using Money Transfer Services Fake Checks Legitimate mystery shopping opportunities are out there, but so are plenty of scams. If an opportunity is on the up and up, you won’t have to pay an application fee or deposit a check and wire money on to someone else. What is Mystery Shopping? Don’t Pay to Be a Mystery Shopper Don’t Wire Money Tips for Finding Legitimate Mystery Shopping Jobs What is Mystery Shopping? Some retailers hire companies to evaluate the quality of service in their stores; they often use mystery shoppers to get the information. They instruct a mystery shopper to make a particular purchase in a store or restaurant, and then report on the experience. Typically, the shopper is reimbursed and can keep the product or service. Sometimes the shopper receives a small payment, as well. Many professionals in the field consider mystery shopping a part-time activity, at best. And, they add, opportunities generally are posted online by marketing research or merchandising companies. Don’t Pay to Be a Mystery Shopper Dishonest promoters use newspaper ads and emails to create the impression that mystery shopping jobs are a gateway to a high-paying job with reputable companies. They often create websites where you can “register” to become a mystery shopper, but first you have to pay a fee — for information about a certification program, a directory of mystery shopping companies, or a guarantee of a mystery shopping job. It’s unnecessary to pay anyone to get into the mystery shopper business. The certification offered is almost always worthless. A list of companies that hire mystery shoppers is available for free, and legitimate mystery shopper jobs are listed on the internet for free. If you try to get a refund from the promoters, you will be out of luck. Either the business won’t return your phone calls, or if it does, it’s to try another pitch. Don’t Wire Money You may have heard about people who are “hired” to be mystery shoppers, and told that their first assignment is to evaluate a money transfer service, like Western Union or MoneyGram. The shopper receives a check with instructions to deposit it in a personal bank account, withdraw the amount in cash, and wire it to a third party. The check is a fake. By law, banks must make the funds from deposited checks available within days,...
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