I only shop in my area (Austin, TX). It's pretty fun and it gives me something to do when I'm not working at the IRS. The pay is only about $10 per shop + reimbursement (if you're not required to return the item later), but if you do enough of the shops, you can make quite a bit of money. I only do restaurants, clothing and gas stations but you can even do loans, mortgages and lots of other stuff.Jamoka said:GOAHEAD COOPERS MOM!!!!
your a mystery shopper?!!! you ever shop in rhode island?
lol i got a raise one time b/c a M.S liked my service
how is it doing that?
Right on.....!! Worked in the field for over 40 years and loved it. Do have to say though, I really did enjoy it more when we did it the old fashioned way with ledger books. Lots more labor intensive, but lots more challenging too.czarina said:
There are tons of mystery shopping websites out there these days. Some require that you pay a fee, others don't. I use http://www.secretshopnet.com/index.html the most, I would guess. Their website also has a lot of information on mystery shopping in general.Mia's Mom said:"Cooper" - How did you get into the Mystery Shopping - I would love to do that, but don't know where to go. HELP!!! LOL