Aaron Murdoch

A High-Paying Mystery Shop with Bonus

How long has it been since you have last visited the zoo? Maybe you went when you were just a child, and perhaps now you are reliving your childhood through the eyes of your own children. Whatever your answer may be, the zoo is truly a wonderful place for the entire family to spend a quality day together.

 

As a child, I thoroughly enjoyed all of the zoo’s exhibits, but my absolute favorite was to watch the monkeys. Their ‘human-esque’ features were so fascinating to me and I loved watching them leap and play around.

 

Today, my fellow mystery shoppers, I have some great news. There is a mystery shopping opportunity for you and the family at a local zoological park located in beautiful Atlanta, GA. Even if you are unable to go, or maybe you don’t live within the city limits, shoppers can still earn a slick $20 just for referring a friend, family member, or co-worker. However, if you do pick up this wildlife park assignment, shoppers will earn $80 to complete this enjoyable shop. In total, shoppers have an opportunity to make up to $100 with this assignment.

 

According to the Mystery Shop Forum, the company offering this opportunity must have a current mystery shopping application on file to sign up for this shop. The site states that “we pay via PayPal in 30 – 45 days. We offer shopper self-assign on many of our assignments. Most assignments are released on the SECOND FRIDAY of each month.” To find out more information about this zoo mystery shop, click here.

Your Comments:

  1. Geraldine Major says:

    Just email me for a new assignment

    • Bill Spoonhoward says:

      I am interested . Any cost To become a mystery shopper ? Are there assignments in my area near my home to make the traveling worthwhile ?
      How does a person get assignment and paid after completing assignment ?
      How much money can I earn to make the work worthwhile ? Do we have to pay taxes etc on earnings ? Not sure if this is a way to earn enough money .

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