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Field Agent

    • 4.7 • 11.9K Ratings
    • Free



Make Money While You Shop with Field Agent

We are focused on finding opportunities for everyday people to make money. We’re the app that pays you real cash. We send our agents all over the United States to gather information, take photos, and share their opinions. Join over one-million shoppers who have already joined!

We’ve already paid out over $20 million to Agents just like you!
When you join Field Agent, you have the opportunity to:
- try new products (for free!)
- give feedback on products and stores
- express your opinions
- influence how companies serve shoppers like you

Here’s How It Works:
1. Find a Job - Check often to find the right job for you; we offer audits, research, mystery shopping, product trials and more.
2. Complete It - Once you’ve reserved a job, complete it within the time frame and make sure to follow instructions carefully.
3. Get Paid - Once approved, your money is ready for you to deposit into your account. Save it or spend it! Our Agents have bought puppies, vacations, dance lessons and more with their earnings. What will you buy?

Things To Know:
- Location Jobs generally pay between $3-$20
- Complete "ticket jobs" to qualify for paying jobs, and automatically enter a drawing to win a cash prize
- Submissions must comply with all instructions to receive the cash payout
- Field Agent does not receive payment for submissions it denies
- Field Agent does not use information from submissions it denies
- Jobs are usually “first come, first serve”. The more often you check the app, the better your chances of making money!

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What’s New

Version 3.18.0

Bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
11.9K Ratings

11.9K Ratings

Natsmat67 ,

Love Field Agent

After becoming increasingly disgruntled with my very demanding job of 5 years, I quit my full time job in April 2018. I had no clue what i was going to do for income but I knew I no longer wanted to put my all into a business that was effecting my personal health(mental and physical) and personal life; as my yearly gross income decreased every year because of poor upper management.
I had heard about “secret shopping” apps I thought this would be a way to earn a little cash, while I was figuring out my next move. So I started searching apps in the first one sounded where they are trying was Field Agent. After completing several jobs, and getting paid, I was very happy.
While working with Field Agent alone, will not make you rich, you get to select your own jobs and work at your discretion and payout is generally very quick.
I now do this kind of work, for several companies and also have a few cleaning jobs I do. I’m happy to say, my gross income for 2018 was only $2,000 less than the previous year and I couldn’t be happier with my work!
I will stress that jobs must be completed correctly to get paid, so take pride in the work you do, as you should with any job!

Holly Woulld ,

Very good, but there are better alternatives

Up until recently, Field Agent was my favorite app for micro work. Ever since I discovered two other very similar apps (one for scavenger hunt type tasks, the other is for taking photo audits of local properties/businesses), the things I dislike about Field Agent are more prominent. In comparison to the other two, the pay with Field Agent is $1-2 less per task and more importantly the time to get paid per task and cash out time is painfully slow. With the other two apps, pay is typically same day or next day and cash out is almost always instant (and definitely always same day). With Field Agent, it takes about 5-6 days to get paid for each task and an additional 5-6 days from time of cash out until actually receiving the funds. Despite all that, I still always check Field Agent on a daily basis; as the tasks are easy, quick, and rarely is a task rejected. For context, I’ve been using Field Agent for approximately two years now. Lifetime earnings add up to $295 for Field Agent. The two aforementioned similar apps I’ve mentioned I’ve only been using for about two months. Year to date earnings = $310. Overall, I still enjoy Field Agent very much but wish they would catch up to the other apps in their category in terms of PayPal cash outs and also amount paid per task.

JessicaSkye ,

Great app and system

I love the app and it’s by far the most well managed and efficient process I’ve seen for this type of assignment work. But I gave it a 3 star because like some of the reviews before me had mentioned, they DO NOT PAY ENOUGH FOR THE ASSIGNMENTS! It’s actually quite insulting the rate of money they expect us to be okay with. There are some as low as $2-$3 and the assignment could easily take 30-45 mins to complete especially including travel time and gas money to get to the store. Home Depot and Lowe’s jobs pay $3 and they want around 20 pictures and 60 questions answered sometimes. It’s sad actually because myself and many others are desperate for cash so we can’t refuse work even though it’s so obvious that companies are taking advantage of us by not being fair and sticking to equal pay for equal work. These assignments should be at least $10-$20 each one depending on what the requirements are and how many pictures taken. I agree with the reviewer that said they should pay $5 each picture/5 questions answered. These companies are saving so much money by hiring people like us for pennies instead of having a regular worker with benefits and all the good perks that come with permanent jobs. The least they can do is pay us fairly for our time. If Field Agent starts paying us equal pay for equal work, I would give them a 5 star perfect review and recommend to people all the time. Thank you for reading.

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The developer, Field Agent, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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