Aaron Murdoch

This Mystery Shop Pays $65 to ask a Question

The automobile repair business generates billions of dollars each year within the United States. According to IBISWorld Industry Research, “As the average age of vehicles increases, demand for industry services grows, as routine maintenance and repairs are typically necessary to keep vehicles running. Older vehicles require more frequent repairs, supporting industry growth.” The site states that the car repair industry is expected to continue to grow as we creep closer to 2022.


Have you ever just needed to stop in at your local car repair shop to ask a mechanic a simple question about your vehicle? Well, here is your chance to do so and get paid an impressive $65 for your trouble. Do you need a battery check, oil change, air filter, tire rotation, or a brake inspection? Today’s mystery shop will pay you this flat fee no matter what service you ask your local auto repair shop for. That’s right if you receive a free service, the $65 is all yours, but if there is a service charge, you will get the difference.


Heck, this mystery shopping company actually wants shoppers to suggest a service that they may need for their car. Talk about an easy, flexible, and convenient mystery shopping assignment for a service that all vehicle owners need from time to time. Locations vary, but there is a ton to of availabilities to choose from all across the country such as New Hampshire, Ohio, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia. To see if there is a shop near you, click here for more information.


Your Comments:

  1. Mary Ann Simard says:

    Looking forward to working with you as this is a new mystery shoppers for me.
    Thank you for thingg of me.

    • Maribel says:

      Hi I would how do this work and how you get pay I sign up but don’t know how to start it thanks

  2. Douglas R Ward says:

    I have been a secret shopper for about a dozen companies over more than 20 years. I live in central Oregon. What can I do for you?

  3. Ted Kotler says:

    How can I sign up with you to do some shops??

  4. Gina Marie Milite says:

    I would like to do the car mystery shop . I went on the website adn could not sign up . I am emailing the scheduler and have much experience and savvy when it comes to evaluations. Metrics, marketing, data analysis. I love the business gina milite

  5. Veronica Laroy says:

    I cannot open your emails. There is nothing in the body of
    the email.

  6. Peggy Isaacs says:

    What company is this? I can’t seem to find a link. This sounds like a great opportunity.

  7. Raymond Guy says:

    I am very interested in evaluation and Mystery shopping with your company. I have at least 5 years experience in this type of work and feel that I have the necessary experience and qualification to pursue this further.
    Thanks, Raymond Guy

  8. jim smith says:

    I have completed numerous shops over the last 10 years, audio recorded,written and video (I own a PV-500) Including everything from apartments to restaurants and more.

  9. Sue matter says:

    Would love to do shops. I live in Central PA

  10. Christie Lucyk says:

    Ready to do this assignment. Have 2005 Toyota 4Runner. Will make it easy !

  11. Christie Lucyk says:

    Call or text @ 843-991-2611.