Aaron Murdoch

5 Companies Hiring Mystery Shoppers for Summer

Depending on where you may live across the country, it has been a hot, dry and humid summer. Don’t be like everyone else and kick back into vacation mode, make the best of this time to get ahead and earn some extra cash by mystery shopping. While everyone else is taking it easy, you have the opportunity to increase your income. Here are 5 mystery shopping companies that are hiring this summer.

Consumer@Site is a mystery shopping company that is based out of Puerto Rico which offers assignments for those not only living in Puerto Rico but also in Central America and the Caribbean. The business is a member of the MSPA and they’re hiring shoppers right now. Click here to sign up with Consumer@Site

Sentry Marketing Group was founded by Dave Agius and he started this organization while working for Ford Motor Company in 2005. Dave and the team are looking for mystery shoppers with terrific writing and observation skills. Is this you? If so, click here to sign up with Sentry Marketing Group.

Amusement Advantage has been in the mystery shopping industry for over 20 years and specializes in offering fun, thrills, and excitement to everyone who works with them. Do you enjoy roller coaster rides, aquariums, putt putt, museums, roller skating, zoos, or water parks? If so, click here to sign up with this company.

Electrum Branding is looking for mystery shoppers with a passion for service and an eye for detail in exchange for extra cash and other shopping rewards. Shoppers accept assignments on their terms and can accept as many, or as few jobs as they like. Click here to sign up with Electrum Branding

Mystery Shopper Services, a division of Business Evaluation Services, has served an array of high-profile clients like Pepsi, Microsoft, Subway, Disney, Tommy Hilfiger, and Skechers. Also, the company has been a proud member of the MSPA for the past 17 years. To sign up with Mystery Shopper Services, click here.

Your Comments:

  1. william turner says:

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  2. Ginny Ham says:

    I would like to be part of this project. I have one suggestion. Please try to keep conversation regarding these shops as low-key as possible without making sacreligeous or critical comments about mystery shopping at church.