Mystery Shopping Companies get a bad rep sometimes. There are so many scams that most people believe that if you see something that states “Mystery Shopper” it must be a scam. Well, I am here to tell you that I currently contract with 3 Companies! The best part of doing mystery shopping jobs is you choose the jobs you want to do, and when you want to do them (most jobs do have a time frame) They have so many different categories to choose from: Hotel, Restaurant, Apartment, Automotive, Healthcare, Casino, Grocery & Retail. I have been able to make really decent money by just going to a company and completing a job!
One job I completed had a cash payment of $190! Not all jobs have this kind of payment. Some jobs will require you to observe and confront a sales associate and others will require you to make a purchase (which you will be reimbursed for when you provide the receipt). All you need to do is sign-up and once your approved, choose assignments in your area! (Do not choose assignments that require you to have a Chrysler Car and you have Ford, this will make your assignment invalid) Instead choose things that are easy, close to home and you make good money back! Assignments are first come first serve basis and require some knowledge. What are you waiting for? Check out the Top 3 Mystery Shop Companies I Love! ?
Founded: 1986 – 30 years as the industry leader. Headquarters: Minnetonka, MN USA Over 500,000 field representatives, mystery shoppers and auditors Over 7 million experiences evaluated Cutting-Edge Web Reporting & Analytics available 24/7 Fortune 50 and Global 500 clients across over 15 industries World-Class Award Winning Programs Unmatched Quality Control Systems – 100% shop completion rate In-house scheduling and quality editing staff Licensed to perform shops in Nevada (Private Investigators License)
Customer Service Evaluators (CSE), a.k.a. Mystery Shoppers, are individuals who work as independent contractors on an as-needed basis to evaluate various local businesses in their area on customer service issues. Posing as regular customers, Mystery Shoppers make unannounced visits to department stores, specialty shops, restaurants, convenience stores, gas stations, hotels, banks, etc. and, following specific criteria, assess service and operations of that business. The data that is collected by Mystery Shoppers is used to brief, promote, and help management make decisions about employees and operations. Mystery Shopping is not a new trend, it has been around for years. Until recently mystery shopping consisted mostly of integrity shopping that was done by private investigators as a means of catching dishonest employees. Today, Mystery Shopping is used primarily by businesses to measure their customer service. Instead of using private detectives, the shopping is done by actual shoppers.