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Mystery Shopping Jobs


Did you know that some people are paid to act as consumer advocates, and in the process get to shop for free? Sometimes these people make as much as $50 an hour to shop and eat out. These people have what are called mystery shopping jobs or secret shopping jobs.

Mystery shopping jobs are typically part time jobs with very flexible hours. Both large and small companies contract with mystery shopping services that send individuals to pose as regular consumers at retail and other establishments. These paid mystery or secret shopping excursions are designed to ferret out information about customer service, cleanliness, and other important qualities.

The range of products and services that mystery shoppers shop for is quite wide. All kinds of businesses, from fast food companies to luxury resorts, use mystery shoppers. Groceries, gas, clothing, and leisure activities (e.g., golfing, going to a movie) are some of the types of products most frequently shopped for in mystery shopping jobs.

Mystery shoppers must usually provide detailed evaluations of their paid shopping experiences by filling out questionnaires or providing written reports. Mystery shopping jobs require professionalism and a responsible attitude. Since many people consider mystery shopping an appealing job, there are many companies that claim to provide job opportunities and training in this field for a fee.

Paid-Work-at-Home.net has reviewed some of these sites, and we have chosen some top picks in this field. We believe these companies provide remunerative opportunities in the mystery shopping field, and deliver what they promise.




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