Free home delivered Pizza
They say there's no such thing as a free lunch. Well, thanks to mystery shopping, there sort of is. You'll have to do a little bit of work, but hey, you're being paid to have it.
There are several mystery shopper organisations that offer hundreds of eating opportunities at a host of fast food eateries and restaurants across Australia every month. The aim is to assess customer service skills, food quality and most importantly, your experience.
Payments vary but you can expect anywhere between $10.00 to $50.00 per report depending on the company, restaurant and the detail required in the report.
The cost of the meal is usually reimbursed but occasionally included in the payment.
So how does it work?
A free hamburger at Hungry Jacks
After registering and being accepted as a Mystery Shopper, you will need to apply on-line for assignments available in your area.
[ADVERT]Each Mystery Shopper company website job allocation work slightly differently. You will either be allocated the assignment straight away, wait to be allocated the task, or be sent an assignment and be asked to accept or decline.
Every assignment has a set of instructions and a questionnaire. All you need to do is follow these and submit an online report that is an honest and constructive assessment of your experience.
Your feedback will provide the fast food franchise or restaurant with valuable information on the performance of their staff and the overall experience of the shopper. You get a meal and an opportunity to share your views.
The following is a list of some of the mystery shopping companies and who they currently represent. Some pay so poorly I have not included them - believe me, they are not worth your time and effort.
: Bondi Pizza.
: Nando, Boost Juice, Sizzler, Sumo Salad, Hogs Breath Café, Crust Pizza
: Red Rooster
: Hungry Jacks
: Gloria Jeans
Free lunch at Sizzler