Always Hiring Homebased Workers:

01 August 2011 Categories: Always Hiring Home Jobs Tags: ,

There is a new service on the web, called “We Go Look”. It’s a bit like a modern version of the old mystery shopping positions we used to hear about all the time, but with a very unique twist.

They are hiring home based workers within the United States, so if you are interested in some consistent part time work that you can do from home, then you may be interested in this cool opportunity for you.

Our company CEO recorded this brief video for you so you could see how this home based job works…

====>> Click here to watch this brief video review about this home based job

After watching the video review, if you want to apply for this job, go here to visit the company’s website…

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15 Responses to “Always Hiring Homebased Workers:”

  1. Robin Smith 2 August 2011 at 10:04 am (PERMALINK)

    Wow- Thanks Sylvie for such an informative and well produced video! You have perfectly captured our service and what we are searching for within our Looker community. Thank you again so much! Robin

    • Sylvie Fortin 2 August 2011 at 10:50 am (PERMALINK)

      Hi Robin

      You are certainly welcome. :)

      When I saw your site I had a “duh, why didn’t I think of that!” moment. It is truly brilliant, and I wish you well in this venture.


  2. Justin 2 August 2011 at 10:08 am (PERMALINK)

    Very interesting find, I’ll pass this along to my friends. Who couldn’t use a little more income on the side?

  3. cheb 26 September 2011 at 7:31 pm (PERMALINK)


    Do the company hire contractor from Philippines?

    • lou-charrier 18 December 2011 at 5:45 pm (PERMALINK)

      Sorry ; Looks like they are U.S. only.


  4. Judd Kennedy 27 September 2011 at 10:07 am (PERMALINK)

    Thanks for the information, it is easy to do drive by home inspections. My team has been doing them years.

    Thanks again.

    Judd K

    • lou-charrier 18 December 2011 at 5:44 pm (PERMALINK)

      Glad we could help !!


  5. John deter 24 April 2012 at 4:38 pm (PERMALINK)

    Be specific on the 10 pictures for a car inspection. My looker was on something never got a full view of sides and several duplicate pictures. Company does not screen, edit or train lookers very well to produce a decent report.

    • Sylvie Fortin 24 April 2012 at 4:53 pm (PERMALINK)

      Hi John

      I’m not sure I understood your comment correctly. It seems as if you are saying that you hired this company to complete a report for you, but the freelancer didn’t do a very good job? If so, please report this directly to the company. We aren’t them and we can’t do a thing about it. You would need to contact directly.

      It’s always a shame when people who claim to be interested in working from home, fail to do a good job for employers. Makes me cranky.

      best of luck!

  6. tina 2 October 2012 at 11:19 pm (PERMALINK)

    Great info…Thanks for the info… This sounds great, and would love to work for a company that helps out people that are not in the area…

    Great website also…

  7. Dave 8 March 2013 at 6:08 pm (PERMALINK)

    As of this past Monday, I am “officially” a “Looker”. :)

    Had my first assignment. A LOT of pictures the client wanted, but it was interesting!
    I just wish they had more assignments in my area.

    I also would like to know how well I did. WeGoLook should have some sort of feedback for Lookers, so we know if we did a good job; did we take enough pictures; does the client like the pictures; was the report adequate enough, that sort of thing.

    John Deter, I know your post is kind of old, but I thought I would comment on it anyway. Yes, you do need to be specific on what kind of pictures you want. My recent assignment the client was pretty specific. That is why I had so many pictures to take.
    That said, yeah, your looker should have at least gotten the whole car in the pictures(unless you want closeups for some pics as well). Getting the whole subject in the picture is one of the things stated on the WeGoLook website for Lookers about taking pictures.

    • lou-charrier 9 March 2013 at 7:35 am (PERMALINK)

      Great news Dave!

      I can tell you care about the quality of your work so i will take a wild guess : the client had no complaints.

      You make a valid point on the need for clear instructions from the client before the work starts and some kind of notification after the the work is submitted.

      If you state your case for more feedback at the WeGoLook site it just might start the gears in motion for that added feature.

      Thanks for the update .

      All the best 😉

    • Gibson Goff 6 May 2013 at 5:52 pm (PERMALINK)

      Congratulations on becoming a looker, Dave! I’ve worked for them as a field agent for 2 years, and have absolutely no complaints. Great folks.

      I will tell you that they are always upgrading, and finding better ways of doing things. But to secure feedback, I shoot off an email to my contact for the assignment ..”As I strive to provide the best service possible for WeGoLook, feel free to tell me any areas I might improve on in the assignments.”

      Works for me, and the service reps love it.

      Wishing you all the best, Dave!

    • Layne 28 June 2013 at 8:53 am (PERMALINK)

      So the company is legit? I was applying, then it asked for my SSN, so I thought I should do more research.

      • Sylvie Fortin 28 June 2013 at 12:02 pm (PERMALINK)

        The company is definitely legit, but if you are concerned, please don’t hesitate to speak to them about it.