Aaron Murdoch

Work From Home Telephone Mystery Shop

Due to our digital age, the use of technology and the internet has completely revolutionized the landscape of our working world. More and more people have the ability to work from home thanks to the advanced minds of innovators like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. Mystery shopping is certainly included in ways that people can earn extra money from the comfort of their own home. To some, this may be a blessing or a curse depending on the particular person you may be asking. Personally, I think having the ability to work from home is simply awesome.

 

Mystery Shop Forum has an interesting mystery shopping opportunity for anyone who happens to have access to a Chromebook. If you are familiar with a Chromebook, this shop may be of special interest to you, if not, perhaps you can pass this job along to someone else. According to laptopmag.com, “a Chromebook is a laptop of a different breed. Instead of Windows 10 or macOS, Chromebooks run Google’s Chrome OS. These machines are designed to be used primarily while connected to the Internet, with most applications and documents living in the cloud.  Chromebooks have done quite well in the education market, but their appeal has broadened.”

 

So, if you happen to have one of these bad boys in your possession and is still under warranty, this company is looking for shoppers to make five phone calls about the Chromebook. This shop pays $12 for each call so, you will be making a nice $60 from your home office or kitchen table. Shoppers may live anywhere within Canada and/or the United States. To find out if this shop is a good fit for you, click here to learn more about this mystery shopping assignment.

Your Comments:

  1. Ethan says:

    I am interested and experienced in this field

  2. Holly says:

    Just jump in … go to MSPA website become a member take course there free register but the $25.00 annual membership you get the introduction to mystery shop free with the $25.00 membership.
    This is a great field after 29 years of Customer Service I’m not a full time Independent Contractor

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