How to Find Mystery Shopper Jobs

Mystery shopper jobs aren’t just a myth. They really do exist! There are marketing companies out there that will pay for your night out on the town or your next shopping spree. Most major cities offer mystery shopper jobs at chain stores, banks, restaurants, and retail stores. Go out with your friends for shopping and a bite to eat–free.

As major companies expand and programs change, the need for mystery shoppers rises. Vacancies open up due to mystery shoppers moving or quitting; and also, those who aren’t timely with the review of their experience or thorough in the description of their experience may be replaced with someone willing to try harder.

Here’s how it goes. You go to the store or restaurant. Keep track of your experience. Save your receipts. Then, you turn everything in for reimbursement (yes, you get to keep the product). It’s a great way to make some extra money and have fun.

You’ll find a lot more jobs in larger cities, but the competition for these positions is stiff. In a less populated area, you may find yourself in demand. If you do a good job, the companies and schedulers will give you as much work as they can.

There are no pre-qualifications. You just need to be attentive and dependable. If you can follow directions, you can mystery shop. On the other hand, if you have experience in hospitality, retail, or customer service, make sure you let the company know.

If you don’t have computer access available, mystery shopping jobs are harder to keep up with. Most of the correspondence is done online. This is where you will see recruiting, assignments posted, and reports completed.

You can join as many mystery shopping companies as you want. The more you join, the more chances you receive assignments. Keep your eyes wide open for quality mystery shopping jobs that pay on time and have plenty of jobs available in your area.

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12 responses to “How to Find Mystery Shopper Jobs

  1. Thanks for this post!! With all the mystery shopping scams out there, many people hesitate to try it.
    The MSPA (Mystery Shopping Providers Association) is a good place to start. Many excellent companies belong to this associaton.
    Our firm has been in business for over 10 years and we developed a website to help shoppers learn more about mystery shopping. http://www.mysteryshoppinglearningcenter.com

  2. i was not aware about MSPA but seems interesting.i’ll try it and hope to helpful for me.thanks for the post.

  3. Whenever you are from a job, guess what… finding a job becomes your job. Your purpose every day will be to get up and regroup. Maintain a journal of where by you have got applied, who you’ve got talked to, and what they said. Follow-up with any person that kept the door open to potential future employment.

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