The following is a list of 5 companies with jobs available for mystery shoppers. The more companies you register with, the more assignments you’ll have available to you. Even if these companies don’t have jobs available right now in your area, they may in the future.
For mystery shoppers who want to make the most of their time, it is always a good idea to keep registering with more companies.
The list is in no particular order.
- Service Scouts is a mystery shopping company that offers assignments for Baseball games. They feature the San Francisco Giants right on their home page. The catch? If you fail to do the assignment, they will “fine” you, reportedly $150. Game tickets are rather expensive, so the fine, is understandable, albeit not very shopper friendly. Here’s a link to their website.
- Trendsource is a large mystery shopping company with a good reputation. They offer “medical” shops, which can be a source of decent pay. They are also one of the most discussed companies on Mystery Shop Forum. Check out discussions about them. Or sign up to be a shopper.
- Alta360 is another popular company, with many assignments available in North America. They have a good reputation on the forum, although they are not known for high pay. They recently changed their name from Ritter Associates. To become a shopper for them, visit their website here.
- Strategic Reflections is another popular company with a good reputation on the forum, although there have been recent reports of slow pay. To learn more about this company, read about them on the forum, or visit their website.
- The Shadow Agency is a small mystery shopping company that offers video shopping assignments. Video assignments often offer better pay, but do require specialized equipment and training. If you’re looking to make more money as a mystery shopper, it is definitely an avenue worth exploring. To learn more about this company and to sign up as a shopper, visit their website here.