Have you ever bought an item online, only to discover it was misrepresented? Or rented a vacation home and found it didn’t meet promoted expectations? Since 2009, WeGoLook has been offering “looking” services whereby it sends a “looker” to check on the item, rental or whatever else the buyer is interested in but wants a trusted person to check out first. In order to provide that service. WeGoLook needs “lookers” to visit the location of the item and submit a report.
Lookers don’t just inspect items for sale. For example, a looker might be needed to check for property damage after a storm or the condition of a gravesite of a loved one. Basically, any individual or business that needs an asset inspected, can hire a WeGoLook looker to check it out.
WeGoLook hires “lookers” to inspect:
- Automobiles and motorcycles
- Recreational vehicles
- Heavy equipment
- Auction items (i.e an eBay item)
- Custom tasks needed by the client
It also provides courier and notary services.
How to become a WeGoLook Looker
WeGoLook hires people from a variety of backgrounds including mobile notaries, process servers, mechanics and other people who can meet the requirements of the requested “look.” For example, if someone is interested in having a car looked at, knowledge of cars might be required. However, specialized training or knowledge isn’t necessarily required.
To become a Looker you need to:
- Fill out an application. Visit WeGoLook
- Pass a background check
- Dress and act professional
- Be able to travel to the location of the item needed to be checked on
- Have a smartphone.
There are two levels of lookers, the regular and Pro Team Lookers who generally have a special skills or experience, and have additional background and employment history checks.
Further, to help out current and retired military members and their spouses, WeGoLook offers preferred job notifications, and the ability to “look” in US, Canada, the U.K. and Australia.
WeGoLook uses a crowdsharing platform. Once accepted, you log into your account and claim “looks.”
According to the WeGoLook website, lookers are paid $25 to $200 for a look, and payment is sent within 2-4 weeks.
To learn more and apply, visit WeGoLook
Are you a “looker” or know of a company similar to WeGoLook? I’d love to hear your experiences.
Leslie Truex is an ideaphoric writer, speaker, entrepreneur, social worker and mom trying to do it all from the comfort of her home. Since 1998, she's been helping others create careers they love by providing work-at-home information and resources through Work-At-Home Success.
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