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Always wanted to be a Detective? Here is you chance, work as a Secret Shopper® Detective and earn money
“We have a shopping detective assignment in your area and we would like you to participate”
Secret Shopper® is accepting applications for qualified individuals to become mystery shoppers. It’s fun and rewarding, and you choose when and where you want to shop. You are never obligated to accept an assignment. There is no charge to become a shopper and you do not need previous experience. After you sign up, you will have access to training materials via e-mail, fax or postal mail.
Recruitment: Initially, we will add you to our database of Mystery Shoppers®. Then, when we need someone in your area who matches your profile, we’ll send you an email and describe the project to see if you are interested.
Assignments: Some assignments are one-off, taking maybe an hour or so of your time, some are virtually full-time. Some will need only a written or telephone briefing; others will need you to attend a training session.
Pay: For most assignments we will tell you in advance how much we will pay, rates may vary if we need people with specific attributes such as professional expertise.
We will also tell you how much we will pay for travel and any spending limits which apply. If you are able to make a purchase and the goods would be something you would normally buy anyway, you may be able to keep the goods in view of payment. If the goods need to be returned, we will advise you of the arrangement we have made.
If you would like to register with us, please fill out our application form below.
Street Address ……….
City, State, Zip Code ………..
Cell Phone Number ……………….
Home Phone Number …………………
Email Address ……………
Hours Available: from _______ to ______
Send info to email@example.com
We await your urgent response.
Copyright© 2009,Mystery Shopper Inc®.
Director (Human Resources & STAFFING)
Delivering simple solutions and achievable customer satisfaction!
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