Aaron Murdoch

Make an Extra $100 by Not Mystery Shopping

For whatever reason, I think that all Mystery Shoppers sometimes get tired of conducting the same old shops after a while on the job. Of course, none of us would actually ever give up entirely on our craft, but the fact of the matter is that sometimes we get “burned out” dealing with life’s stressors of careers, children, families, and side hustles. All of us need some extra cash and today the Mystery Shop Forum has the perfect opportunity in addition to the usual mystery shopping assignments.

 

Have you ever considered conducting a revealed audit? According to Mystery Shop Online, “With a revealed audit assignment, your provider will give you a letter which you will present to the store manager. This letter tells the manager what you are doing in the store, and you go about your business with the store staff aware of the presence and function.” Usually, these kinds of audits are quite lucrative and can offer mystery shoppers a “change of pace” from the more traditional jobs.

 

Today’s revealed audit requires no previous experience and is available in over 50 cities in the state of California. According to this post, “We help you 100% by helping you learn to audit and achieve success.” If you are still a little nervous about this undertaking, the company will provide a telephone hotline to call if you need any assistance during the audit with immediate aid. Auditors will be paid through PayPal within two to three weeks after successfully completing the assignment which pays between $100 and $110. To learn more about this opportunity, click here for more details.

 

 

Your Comments:

  1. Tawnya F Hawthorne says:

    Awesome way to make sure the job is covered

  2. Denise says:

    I don’t live in California, but maybe there’s something in my state of Massachusetts that I could do. Thank You!

  3. Tonie perry says:

    I do not reside in the state of California do you have anything in Rochester N.Y.

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