Obviously, we think you made a great decision when you became a member of MysteryShopperJobFinder.
Here you can use our Job Center to learn about legitimate companies and find current job openings for secret shoppers and market research professions.
Also, in this section of MysteryShopperJobFinder, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about:
If you venture beyond this website we suggest visiting the Mystery Shopping Providers Association online. They allow prospective job seekers to look for jobs in a number of ways: by country, zip code, due dates, and so forth.
You can also specify what kind of business you are interested in calling on, such as:
See our page about how banks use mystery shopping because it ties into this topic, obviously.
The MSPA site also includes a feature where you can search through recruitment posts on the site. Again, you would specify the area where you would like to shop and the type of business you are interested in visiting. You also have the option of indicating your age and gender so that you can narrow down the available assignments even further. That way, you will get the best match possible.
A forum is also available for visitors to the MSPA site to share information about mystery shopping. People who are new to this kind of work can share ask questions and find out more about it. Mystery shopping scams are also listed here, so you know what to watch out for.
An important feature of the online forum is the section where visitors can post honest feedback about the companies they work for. This would be a good starting point if you are wondering which companies would be the best choice for you.
You can also find information about the mystery shoppers’ certification course offered by the MSPA. If you are interested in finding other mystery shoppers in your area, you have the opportunity to network with them through the message board as well.