You pose as a customer at the store and then provide feedback to the company about how clean the store was or how cheerful and interactive the employees were. This is not really a sit-at-your-computer-and-earn-online approach, but the assignments are typically sent online.A shopper can expect to receive between $5.00 and $75.00 for completing a shop, with the average shop paying a fee of $15.00 plus expenses.Just make sure that if you have to pay to be a mystery shopper, most likely it is a scam. Do not pay to join any of these mystery shopping programs. An easy check is also to ensure that the company is part of the MSPA (Mystery Shopping Providers Association of North America)References: PennyHoarder, Mystery Shopping Magazine
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