Everything You Need to Know About a Mystery Shopper Form
When we think about the term ‘mystery shopper form’, two things spring to mind.
Firstly, there is the form you complete when you first come round to registering with a mystery shopping company. Secondly, there is the evaluation form you complete as you are carrying out the mystery shopping assignment. This can ask questions around customer service or the cleanliness of the premises, amongst other things.
Mystery Shopper Form Registration
Before applying to a mystery shopping opportunity, you will need to register with a mystery shopping company by filling in a mystery shopper form during sign up.
Once you’ve decided on the right mystery shopping company for you, head over to their website and begin the registration process.
They will ask you for a number of details. Most obviously, things like your name, address and bank details so you can be paid for the work you do. Some mystery shopper forms also ask you to explain why you want to become a mystery shopper, what hours you can work and which assignments you’re interested in.
You may also need to complete a spelling and grammar test. Mystery shopping companies prefer hiring people who are able to write comprehensive and clear reports so their clients can fully interpret the results without having to go back and forth. So, if this is an area you think you fall behind on, mystery shopping may not be the right career for you.
Mystery Shopper Evaluation Form
This form is what you fill in when actually completing the mystery shopping assignment. Questions will vary based on the type of assignment you carry out. For example, questions asked in a supermarket will be totally different from those asked in a hotel chain.
Questions are usually presented in a number of formats. You may need to allocate percentages to things, mark things out of ten or simply select yes or no answers. There may also be spaces to give more detailed responses to things.