Mystery Shopping Jobs in the U.S.

If you are interested in working as a mystery shopper in the United States, you have a number of options available. Many companies provide these kinds of services to businesses.
Here are some examples:

Ace Mystery Shopping

Ace Mystery Shopping provides services to companies in the United States and Canada. More than 100,000 people are registered as shoppers in the company’s database. People who are interested in being added to the list sign up on the company’s website. Once the application is approved, they are put on a rotation for shops in their area. When an assignment comes up, area shoppers are notified by e-mail and given a login to sign up for that particular shop.

Ace Mystery Shopping’s shoppers are independent contractors, not employees. The company pays by check once a month for all shops finished in the previous month.

Informa Research Services

Located in Calabasas, CA, Informa Research Services opened its doors for business in 1983. This company provides mystery shopping services to financial institutions, including:

  • Banks
  • Credit Unions
  • Insurance Companies
  • Mortgage Companies (independent and bank-owned)
  • Mutual Fund Companies

To sign up as a mystery shopper with Informa Research Services, you would fill in an online form. Once you are registered, you can log in to the website to find out what assignments are available.

Melinda Brody and Company Inc.

Melinda Brody and Company has opportunities for people who want to be video mystery shoppers. Posing as home buyers, shoppers are given assignments to evaluate the performance of sales representatives.

To apply for a video mystery shopping opportunity with Melinda Brody and Company Inc., visit the website to fill in an application. Selected candidates are invited to participate in a telephone interview. Detailed training is provided to shoppers, including field training and coaching.

Sneak Peakms

This is another example of a U.S. based company that hires mystery shoppers. Interested people are invited to fill in an online form to sign up. No experience is necessary according to SNEAK PEAKms.

These are just a few examples of companies in the United States who hire mystery shoppers. To find more opportunities like these ones, you could type the term “mystery shopper” + “United States” into the search box of Google or Yahoo. Marketing companies in your area may also hire mystery shoppers, and that is another place you can look for jobs like these.


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