How Does This Work?
Field Agents must first download an app for their iPhone to see the tasks available. Because I do not have an iPhone, I was not able to first try out the site but they do give a visual preview of what the app looks like :
How Much Does Being a Field Agent Pay?
Tasks vary in price and are shown before you agree to the work. According to the FieldAgent.net site the pay averages between $2 and $8 per task. Compared to a lot of task based sites like mTurk.com, this is a fair wage. Even when compared with secret shopping rates, this could still be a desirable pay range.
What if I Don’t Have an iPhone?
Then like me, you cannot work for FieldAgent.net. Well, for a while at least. FieldAgent.net has been in their own support forum answering questions. Of course a hot question is if this will ever be available to Android, Blackberry or Windows Mobile and the answer is YES. However, FieldAgent has not yet announced a fore-casted release date or even a time frame. So, I will keep an eye on the site and when I know of any changes I will post here and on the WAH Adventures Facebook Fan Page.
Is This For Real? How Can I Trust It?
If you are concerned with the legitimacy of this program you can read through some reviews of the FieldAgent.net app for some validation as well as actual user ratings and reviews:
How Do I Get Started?
To get started you will need to visit the iTunes store to download the free Field Agent App. Once installed you can set yourself up and begin completing tasks!
This video from the FieldAgent.netsite explains the process very well:
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