Mystery Shopper LinkedIn
We are often asked where the best mystery shopping opportunities can be found online. Take a look at our blog, which recommends the best mystery shopping companies available at the moment. Aside from this, we also recommend taking a look at mystery shopper LinkedIn opportunities. In our experience, the opportunities listed here are very trustworthy.
Some Mystery Shopper LinkedIn Opportunities We Found
Mystery Shoppers Ltd
This mystery shopper LinkedIn company is looking for staff all over the UK at the moment due to high demand. Assignments can include things like retail, charity, car dealerships, jewellery or cosmetics, amongst others.
Simply choose the assignment you want to participate in, some of which can even be completed from home. You can complete as many or as few as you wish.
The average pay for assignments is between £12 and £15, and so it is possible to earn anywhere between £2 and £100 depending on the complexity of the job you carry out.
Registration is quick, and you can rest assured the company is both a member of the MSPA and MRS.
Serve Legal are looking for mystery shoppers between the ages of eighteen and nineteen to complete ‘age verification compliance audits’ all across the UK.
The opportunity involves going into stores and buying a product to see if you are challenged for ID. So, expect to do things like buying a pint, betting, or attempting to enter a race.
The work promises to be flexible and regular, allowing mystery shoppers to take on as much or as little work as they want.
Expect to be paid between £4 and £5 per assignment, plus travel expenses. You will need to fill in audits as you complete the mystery shops, then fill out reports when back home.
This opportunity is perfect for students wanting to fit it around their studies or another job. Because Serve Legal operates throughout the UK, you can still complete assignments regardless of whether you’re at your term-time or home address.
You don’t need any experience, but you’ll need to be reliable, detail-driven and have a good grasp of English for writing reports.
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