Horribly strenuous job, for horrible pay.
Pros: Some good people to work with.
Cons: (Please read the review.)
Typical day consisted of waking up at 5 am, rushing to get ready, then driving anywhere between 30 minutes to 3 hours to the nearest Wal-Mart store - then meeting up in the back of Wal-Mart, and then everyone proceeded to scramble for a (seemingly) complex scanner in hope that you get one that actually works.
After that, we were in said Wal-Mart stores longer than any employee (typical day ranging from 12 - 15 hours long. Then at night, the (sometimes) long drive back to a (more often than not) horrible hotel.
Management for the branch I worked for wasn't terrible, but lacked professionalism and nearly any other quality of a "leader."
MOST of the people I worked with were great, but others were lazy, or uneducated (they will basically take anyone right off the streets) or people who are, "unstable". Not to go into too much detail, but I will say it was very uncomfortable to work around those individuals.
Hardest part about the job: Tedious, boring, super long hours, emotionally and physically strenuous in more ways than one.
Most enjoyable part of the job: Going home. Over time, even the traveling became monotonous.