Go to the store, ask for shoes, rate the service experience and receive your prize. So simple is Snuuper, the Chilean application is hunting for prizes that could save you if your pocket was reduced at the end of the year.
It is a platform based on the creation of a partner network of "mysterious customers on demand", the idea that after five years of operation, he jumped from Chile to Mexico.
Enrique Mena, the Ceo and Founder of the application, says that in difficulty of companies he saw how to evaluate the experience of buying in their outlets, a golden opportunity. Why can not the buyer really replace the consultant?
"The traditional methods that existed were very slow, expensive and low, often biased, because evaluations were performed by trained auditors and not by consumers," says Mena. By assuming that citizenship was "on the eyes and ears at the point of sale", Snuuper was born in 2013.
To date, according to Me, 45,000 Chileans, who actively use the application for 250,000, and are associated with 25 companies, have sufficient support for September to take their platform to Mexico. In only three months, there are already 10 thousand Central Americans on their phones.
One of these tasks will be at a particular shopping center to evaluate the attention of the locals at Christmas time. Just go to any store, let the sellers advise you, then answer the questionnaire 10 questions. After that, the photo remains as a witness that you met and received a $ 1,000 prize. The challenge can be performed in up to 5 stores, so you can earn up to $ 5,000 per hour.
"Active users carry out 30 to 50 jobs per month and can earn an average of $ 3,000 in each, which means they generate revenue between $ 90,000 and $ 150,000 a month," says the founder of the application.
"We have a fairly healthy community, understand that this is not the main source of income, such as Uber or Cornershop, but it is excellent for students, for example, paying lunch, mobilizing and taking care of their own goodies. Fund your holidays and Christmas gifts, "Says Mena.