Sorry, but we are not currently taking applications to be Web Mystery Shoppers.
More people are shopping online every year and this shows no sign of slowing down. Smart companies know that they need to understand what customers think and feel when visiting their website.
That’s where you come in.
By becoming a Web Mystery Shopper, you will visit websites as if you were a customer. Your thoughts, feeling and suggestions will be recorded and will help clients improvie their sites. And, best of all, you get to work from home!
Here is how it works:
- (Not currently taking applications)
Fill in this form to become a Web Mystery Shopper .(There’s another copy of the form below, if you want to read about how it works first.) The more information you provide, the easier it will be to find projects that are a fit for you. Also, read the legal Shopper Agreement. You have to agree to it to become a Shopper.
2. When a suitable project comes up, we will ask you if you would like to participate. Most jobs take about 30 minutes and pay $10 – $15.
3. If you decide to participate you will be given instructions on what sites to visit, what information to gather, and how much you will be paid. IMPORTANT: Sometimes you will be offered an unpaid assignment for a research study that we are doing to try to raise awareness of Web Mystery Shoppers and its services. You don’t have to accept such assignments, but if you do, and we then sell the review of the site that you worked on, we will go back and pay you. It will also increase your odds of getting other paid assignments, as they will be offered first to people who’ve shown they do good work.
4. If it was a paid assignment, you’ll get paid within 30 days of the end of the month during which you did the assignment.
What’s The Catch?
There are a ton of scams in the mystery shopping business. Any site that makes it seem easy to earn thousands of dollars a month work from home is lying to you. You will probably only get offered a project every few months, so really this is for occasional extra pocket money, not for regular income.
The number of projects you’ll get depends on what clients we are working with and whether your profile matches what is needed. The more information you give, the easier it will be to find projects for you. Also, the better your work, the more projects you’ll be offered. But be patient. It can take a long time to find a match.
Most projects are paid but there are some that aren’t. We will tell you when offering you a job how much it will pay. You can always turn it down if the pay’s not enough for you.