How to Become a Secret Shopper Without Paying First

You can find secret shopper jobs easily on the Internet.
You can find secret shopper jobs easily on the Internet. (Image: Stockbyte/Stockbyte/Getty Images)

Secret shoppers, also known as mystery shoppers, provide a valuable service to both businesses and consumers. The job involves visiting businesses anonymously and drafting a report of your findings. According to, a forum that many secret shoppers visit to find free secret shopper job listings, "Business owners and managers use these reports to ensure their employees are practicing good selling techniques and providing quality service to their customers." If you want to become a secret shopper and help businesses improve their customer service, finding these jobs online for free is easy. Just remember to never pay to get secret shopper job listings.

Sign up directly with secret shopper companies. Visit the Volition website (see Resource) to view a free list of companies that hire secret shoppers. The site lists the secret shopper companies in alphabetical order, with a brief description of the company and the industry it serves. The listings also include a direct link to each secret shopper company's website.

Register with a dedicated secret shopper job board. Visit and create a free account, which lets you search and apply for secret shopper jobs at no charge. With this account you also will be able to access the learning center, which provides secret shopper job resources. Signing up for a free jobslinger account keeps all of your secret-shopper job information in one place and helps you stay orgainized.

Find free secret shopper job listings at the Work at Home Moms website. Although not a dedicated website for secret shopper jobs, this site lists free, nationwide secret shopper jobs. Visit and click on the "Work at Home Jobs" link. You will be brought to a search box where you can search for secret shopper jobs.

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