Some missions have a fixed payout and some other have instead a variable one.
For the second group, each mission always has a minimum and maximum payout indicated on the top. The compensation actually earned depends on the number of objects that are found and which can be photographed. This is a mechanism at the base of BeMyEye's operations, explained in the instructions inside the app, we always indicate when a mission is variable and how much on average you can expect to earn. Our system is based on the principle of recruiting thousands of people and allowing them to carry out these surveys without having first met or selected them. In order for such surveys to be purchased from our client companies, they must be judged to be reliable. 95% of our Eyes have proved to be really professional, but the system to work must be calibrated to manage even the 5% more "inattentive". Let's say that an "inattentive" Eye arrives at the entrance to a supermarket where it has to photograph 12 products. The "distracted" Eye would check in front of the entrance and then might think, "I do not want to do all these pictures, I say there are none of the products". If the fee was not set as above, the "distracted" Eye could also avoid entering the store and upload answering a 'NO' to the presence questions. In this way he would earn money for false information. The mechanism of paying according to the number of objects you find and photograph can be seen as a treasure hunt and creates the incentive to enter the shop and look good even in that 5% of inattentive Eye. This mechanism, together with others, means that our customers can trust the detection of our service and, consequently, allows the Eye to have missions to perform.
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