Most of us don't know it but we can earn money for many of the activities we do everyday: eating in restaurants, shopping in stores, enjoying a movie at your local theater or playing golf! It is called Mystery Shopping.
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Mystery Shopping Jobs - Is it for You?

According to conventional wisdom "There's no such thing as a free lunch". That's generally true BUT...there is a way to really have a free lunch and also get paid for it! This is so awesome that people can hardly believe it! They are skeptical at first but they are so glad after they give it a try.

Most of us don't know it but we can earn money for many of the activities we do everyday: eating in restaurants, shopping in stores, enjoying a movie at your local theater or playing golf!

In the U.S. over 700,000 people are paid every day for such "jobs". It is called Mystery Shopping.

What is Mystery Shopping?

Simply put, mystery shopping is very much like everyday shopping, but for money! You just need to be attentive to some details during your shopping trip and to report them to the mystery shopping company that hires you. Doing so, you can get paid for eating out at first-class restaurants, shopping at the mall, staying at hotels, and even going to the movies.

A fast growing industry

Mystery shopping is a prospering business and more and more companies are relying on shoppers' anonymous feedback to determine how they can improve customer service.

In an article entitled "Spies like us; Mystery shoppers keep eye on customer service" (The Washington Times, July 2004) we can learn that mystery shopping has become a "critical marketing tool" used by companies to develop customer loyalty:

"Consumers have more choices than ever before. The smart companies realize they can compete by creating an optimized customer experience."

More companies are relying on shoppers' anonymous feedback to determine how they can improve customer service, which plays an important role in business transactions.

"If the customer has had a bad experience, they're going to go somewhere else," said Jeff Marr, Vice President of Walker Information, which provides research on customer loyalty. "When it comes to retailing, you're only as good as your last interaction."

The mystery shopping industry has grown over the past decade as more companies - from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies - have tried to focus more heavily on customer service, officials say. Companies such as McDonald's, Starbucks, Home Depot, Kinko's and Giant Food are just a handful of the companies that use mystery shoppers.

The industry has expanded from typical service-oriented clients - such as restaurants, retailers and hotels - to industries such as banks, insurance companies, car dealerships, funeral homes and apartment buildings.

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