Mystery Shoppers Needed in China
You’re probably familiar with the concept of “Mystery Shoppers.”
People are hired to try products and services, and then report back to some
agency or office who is doing an evaluation and those products
and services. It’s about as close to “spy mode”
that most of us can ever hope for. (My wife loves doing it,
for what it’s worth.)
‘Mystery Shopping’ is a concept that one couldn’t imagine
being relevant in China not that long ago … but that
was then, and this is now … and mystery shopping is
already alive and well in the People’s Republic.
O’ the times they are a’changin’, no?
Anyway, if you happen to live in China, whether you’re
native Chinese-born or are an Expat now living there, and
you might be interested in becoming a mystery shopper now
or in the future, here’s a message for you from Ellen
Schruns, Assistant Project Manager for Bare Associates International:
Bare Associates International (baiservices.com
are an international quality consumer research company with
offices in the United States and in Belgium, and we are
working on a new international project. For this project
we urgently need shoppers in China (Beijing, Changchun,
Changsa, Harbin, Anshan, Shen Yang, Wuhan and other cities
& provinces) who are willing to do an assignment for
us as a mystery shopper.
What is Mystery Shopping? Mystery Shoppers are people who visit various
shops (clothing, restaurants, hotels and so on) acting as
potential customers. The only difference between real customers
and Mystery Shoppers is that Mystery Shoppers get an opportunity
to comment on the service they received and in this way
to improve the customer service. Also, mystery shoppers
are paid for shopping!
The assignments in China involve the monitoring of an international company
that offers software training and testing. The shopper (21-40
years) has to take part in an exam (he or she has to fail
the exam!) and fill out a report afterwards (online and
in English) on customer service. The payment is 30 euros
per completed assignment. These assignments have to be completed
as soon as possible.
If you or someone you know is interested, sign up for free at www.baidata.com
or contact me by e-mail at email@example.com
Please let me know if you know anyone who might be interested
(friends, family, colleagues, students, expats). This is
a great and easy way to earn some extra money, and we still
need more shoppers in China for future projects as well.
Ellen Schruns, Assistant Project Manager
TEL (+32) 3 242 8730
FAX (+32) 3 242 8738
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The preceding is an unpaid service announcement
on behalf of Bare Associates International and does not constitute
an endorsement or guarantee of the company’s services
… but that said, Ellen has been quite friendly and professional
in all our communications, and, you know, if she were ever
to visit the Seattle area, I think we’d probably invite
her over for dinner.