I have been receiving a ton of emails regarding “Mystery Shopper Jobs“. It is advertised all over the web. I have to admit that I am quite proud of you guys! I see that you are doing your homework before jumping in with your eye closed!
Most of you that have been following me for a while now and you know that I am very transparent and I will tell you as it is. My goal with this blog is to help you not to become a victim of the Work At Home Scams!
Did you know that there is a Mystery Shopping Providers Association (MSPA) website at mysteryshop.org ? I would encourage you to visit their database so you can learn how to apply on some mystery shopper assignments.
Don’t do business with anyone that advertise mystery shopper jobs that:
- Say “help wanted”
- Require that you pay a certification fee or any kind of fee
- Guarantee a job
- Sell directories of companies that hire mystery shoppers
Sample of Advertising That Requires You to Pay a Fee
Be Aware Of The Mystery Shopper Jobs
If you received any offers similar to the ones described above,
Report it to your local police and the FTC
Federal Trade Commission
Visit www.ftc.gov or call 1-877-FTC-HELP
Legit Mystery Shopper Companies
Here is a list of my favorite companies:
Company has been in business for 32 years
Company has been in business for 48 years
Company has been in business for 43 years
Mystery Shopper Reviews
Bestmark Employees Reviews
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MarketForce Employee Reviews for Mystery Shopper
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Sinclair Customer Metrics Employee Reviews
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Are There Any Legit Mystery Shopper Jobs?
Again, I would encourage you to visit mysteryshop.org (MSPA) so you can learn how to apply on some mystery shopper assignments.
I hope I was able to answer your questions about “Mystery Shopper Jobs“.
If you guys have more questions or want to help others not to get scammed, just drop me a note in the comment box below. Let’s work together!