Mystery Shopping Job

Become a Mystery Shopper

Become a mystery shopper

"I love being able to shop with a purpose;

the spending money is also a nice reimbursement." —Stay-at-home mom

 

"Objectively evaluating customer service has given me new insights into the challenges faced by business owners and managers." —Teacher 

 

"I like the free fast food meals and gasoline; it’s great for a student on a budget."—College Student

 

  • Its free to sign up! 
  • It pays! As a Market Force mystery shopper, you’ll get paid to eat and shop for free at your favorite brands.
  • It’s important. Mystery shoppers make an impact in their local communities by helping stores, restaurants, and banks become better places for consumers like you to visit. Mystery shopping drives real improvement for future customers in areas such as customer service, product selection, and cleanliness.

 

Mystery Shopping Solved: A Mystery shopping job is a common type of market research which involves independent contractors posing as “shoppers” are paid to visit their local brands as a regular customer would and report back on various aspects of their experience.

 
Set your own Schedule: As a part-time Independent Contractor (not an employee), you get to choose which assignments you want to accept through a 24/7 shopper website.

 

The Best Brands: Shop opportunities include some of the biggest brands, some of which you may already visit, such as gasoline stations, fast food establishments, sit-down restaurants, grocery stores, drug stores, wireless telephone providers, fashion brands, etc.

 
Mystery Money: In return for your work, you’ll receive a shopper payment and/or a reimbursement for free purchases or meals.

 

Become a mystery shopper here

 


“My mystery shopper job allows me to feel as if I am still a part of the business world and I know my evaluations are helping to improve customer service.”
—Retired Executive


“It gives me something very different and interesting to do on weekends and during my lunch hour. I consider mystery shopping to be my hobby.”

—Administrative Assistant