Posted By Jacob Jans, Editor

5 Companies that Need Mystery Shoppers

There are a ton of mystery shopping companies out there and it can be overwhelming to figure out where to start. I have researched the following companies to help make the decision-making process as easy as possible. We all want to work with the best shops available so here are 5 more companies to check out:


  1. Data Quest Ltd. offers newly updated job board assignments every day and encourages their mystery shoppers to check for updates often. Some of the industries they represent are education, food and beverage, hotels, retail, theater, amusement and entertainment. To join Data Quest Ltd., click here.


  1. Service Scouts is a company I stumbled across that is receiving excellent feedback for their fast payments. They represent a host of Fortune 500 companies and have shops available within the resort, restaurant, sports, entertainment and golf industry. If this sounds interesting, you can sign up here.


  1. All-Star Customer Service states that they are a company providing call center, video, telephone and online mystery shopping assignments. Some of their clients consist of Ford, Hilton and Ashely Furniture. All-Star is currently searching for honest and reliable mystery shoppers. To sign up, you may do so here.


  1. More Insight is a business dedicated to the home care operations for existing and prospective customers. Most of their assignments involve calling a facility by telephone and reporting on the experience. To learn more about this company, click here.


  1. Coyle Hospitality Group has an array of assignments for all mystery shoppers. They have shops available in the hotel, luxury retail, food, cruise, spa and new home fields. Coyle has been in business for over 20 years and is a member is the MSPA. Complete their online registration here.


Your Comments:

  1. Lander Corbett says:

    Send me Mystery shop Jobs

  2. Cynthia J Koehler says:

    What can you do when you do not receive payment for a shop like SeeLevel and IMYST did? Help me get my money

  3. Michelle Abril says:

    So consumer critique inc. is a scam?