I have a great tip for all of you looking to save money on groceries, meals, gas, clothing and more. Did you know that mystery shoppers can get paid to shop and dine out? In addition, they get reimbursed for purchasing many of these items that they’d likely buy anyhow!
Unfortunately, mystery shopping is sometimes used as a cover for scams, but I’d like to share a legitimate mystery shopping company with you – Market Force Information. Market Force Information is the world’s largest mystery shopping company, and they’re currently looking to recruit more mystery shoppers in Canada and the U.S. This company has been around for years, has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and is one of the Mystery Shopping Provider Association's most reputable members.
Market Force Information needs more mystery shoppers to help evaluate businesses such as restaurants, gas stations, fashion retailers, grocery stores, banks, hotels and movie theaters. As part of the mystery shopping assignment, you’re asked to report back on elements such as service, food quality and cleanliness. Establishments use that feedback to understand what’s happening in their stores and make improvements.
One of the best parts about mystery shopping – especially for those trying to stretch their incomes – is getting reimbursed for the meals, goods or services that are purchased as part of the shopping assignments. Most assignments also pay a modest fee. Plus, it can be a lot of fun and you get the gratification of making a difference in your community.
Flexibility is another key job advantage. Mystery shoppers are independent contractors, so they can hand-pick their own assignments, making it an ideal job for stay-at-home parents, retirees, college students or part-time workers. Those who schedule themselves for multiple assignments per day or week and savvier shoppers who do higher-paying assignments can increase their earning potential.
Market Force Information is looking for mystery shoppers who are at least 20 years old and have a minimum of a high school education. Excellent observational skills and very detail-oriented people make great shoppers.
Ready to get started as a mystery shopper? Sign up today at http://applymarketforce.com?Source=146