How many of us go out of our way to willfully donate the gift of life to plasma banks? I know many people who give back on a regular basis but personally, I have never done it. It is hard enough for me to make it down to the doctor’s office to give a sample for a blood test nevermind donate some plasma as a good Samaritan. Perhaps with help of today’s mystery shopping opportunity, you will be a nicely compensated good Samaritan.
Currently, there is a mystery shopping company recruiting shoppers, or should I say, donors, to give a plasma donation. According to the article featured on the Mystery Shop Forum it states, “What is the difference between donating blood and donating plasma? Blood is composed of plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Plasma makes up approximately 55 percent of the volume of blood. About 7 percent of a person’s weight is blood. An average sized man has about 12 pints of blood and an average woman has about 9 pints.”
It sounds interesting, doesn’t it? This company will pay all mystery shoppers $40 as a first-time donor plus an additional $25 for all repeat visits. The post also states that shoppers are able to donate twice over a seven day period, but donors must be in good overall health, 18 years or older, and weigh at least 110 lbs or more. A few of the areas where these plasma mystery shops are available are in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, North Carolina, New England, Ohio, South Carolina, and Texas. For a complete listing, click here to learn more about this opportunity.