Aaron Murdoch

Be a Millionaire for a Day with this Mystery Shop

According to the book, The Millionaire Next Door, it states, “we define the threshold level of being wealthy as having a net worth of $1 million or more. Based on this definition, only 3.5 million (3.5 percent) of the 100 million households in America are considered wealthy. About 95 percent of millionaires in America have a net worth of between $1 million and $10 million.” What an interesting yet sobering statistic but perhaps you are among the 3.5 percent of these financial disciplined Americans. Or, maybe you’re like me and are just trying to get ahead.

 

Today’s mystery shop is featured on the Mystery Shop Forum and this company is looking for shoppers to pretend that they have a large amount of hard cold cashola to invest. The scenario involves meeting with a financial services associate face-to-face at a bank with the desire to deposit a large sum of money. Are you someone who doesn’t actually have the expertise of the stock market and is terrible with money? Not a problem! Shoppers do not have to have any financial investment knowledge, they must simply be dependable and willing to “play along.”

 

According to the post, shoppers will be asked to attend a “mandatory one-time live phone briefing that pays a one time $5 payment.” For this shop, shoppers will earn a sweet $45 for pretending to be a millionaire for a day. These shops are currently available in California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New York, Oregon, and Texas. To see if there is an investment shop available in your state, click here to find out more.

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