Posted By Jacob Jans, Editor

Letter from the Editor

Welcome to Issue Thirteen of Mystery Shopper Magazine!

This issue features a story by Cettie that is both hard to believe, and terrifying. Few people have been unlucky enough to encounter a gun fight, much less while on a mystery shopping assignment. Cettie is one of those people. And we’re lucky she survived to tell the tale.

When I asked Cettie to share her adventures with us, I never imaged one of them would be so extreme.

Fortunately, the rest of this week’s issue is not extreme. In fact, if you’re looking for some safe bets, be sure to read our two company reviews. Both companies are worth considering taking a look at. B Business Solutions is a small company with a good reputation and a variety of assignments. The other company, ath Power, claims to have 10,000 banking/financial assignments available every month. If you want to do banking assignments, ath Power may be worth a look.

Our spotlight assignment this week is safe, but not for the faint of heart. And if you’re in mourning, they are best to be avoided, as Ceridwyn found out first hand. Few mystery shoppers are comfortable with the details of funeral home calls, and our guide will help you get through some of the challenges you’ll encounter.

This week we also feature another article by Walesmaven. She guides you through more of the intricacies of keeping track of your aliases. The last thing you want to do while on a mystery shopping assignment is to forget your “name.” As you do more assignments, this becomes more important.

We’re also still working on our guide to getting started as a mystery shopper. If you have any suggestions for the guide, please send them our way. As always, your comments and suggestions are appreciated.

Sincerely

Jacob Jans
Editor

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