- What is a Mystery Shopper?
- Why the Need for Mystery Shoppers?
- How To Make Money as a Mystery Shopper
- Variety is the Spice of Mystery Shopping
Become A Mystery Shopper: Get Paid to Shop and Keep Everything You Buy Without Having to Pay.
Mystery shoppers are required all over the world, by companies large and small, who will pay you to shop, eat in top restaurants, visit major theme parks, drive high-performance cars, enjoy all-expenses paid holidays and cruises, or simply shop for everyday items, make a few quick and easy telephone calls, analyze junk mail arriving through your letterbox every day, or just stay home and buy goods on the Internet, items you might buy anyway and which you get to keep totally FREE of CHARGE!
Beware of being a victim of mystery shopping fraud.
If you receive a mystery shopper job offer involving the wiring of money back to the “mystery shopping company”, run –don’t walk– away. It’s a sign of a scam.
This video shows how the scam works and what to do if you receive or are the victim of such a fraudulent offer.
Mystery shopping can be a legitimate way to make money; just be sure you’re not being scammed.
Link Up With Mystery Shopper Web Sites, But Watch Out For Scams, by Tory Johnson (Good Morning America Video and Article), July 2, 2008
Learn how to make as much as $100 a week as a mystery shopper. Many people have heard of mystery shopping, but not all of us understand exactly what it’s really about. Mystery shopping is focused on monitoring and improving service quality to ensure consistency with brand standards using anonymous resources.
A growing trend involves home-based mystery shoppers who conduct their work by calling (as opposed to visiting) catalog companies, call centers and others, which accounts for 15 percent of the industry, according to trade group Mystery Shopping Providers Association.
With mystery shopping, an individual walks into a retail, grocery or convenience store, a restaurant, or a gas station to measure specific behaviors and make certain observations. Among them: associate greetings, the length of time to be served, the availability of merchandise, the knowledge of the sales team, and so on.
How do you get a job without experience and how do you get experience without a job? That’s the age old question and it applies equally to mystery shopping. [Read more…] about Get Paid to Shop – How to Manage Your Time and Resources
The answer is a resounding yes, you can. In fact, most mystery shopping assignments are performed by shoppers on a part time basis and this is perfect scheduling for stay at home moms, dads, retired or disabled persons. [Read more…] about Can I Shop if I’m Stay at Home Mom or Dad, I’m Disabled, or if I’m Retired?