Mystery Shopping for Sting is a great way to add to your existing income as well as get started on a new career. It will get you out on the town, bring you to establishments you have never been and give you a chance to experience what your city has to offer.
Sting is not your average mystery shopping company. We do training, screening and are a full suite investigations agency that has a lot of room for advancement. We start our evaluators off with Level 1 shops; take, for example, a basic liquor store shop. They are quick and easy. 5-7 minutes in the store and once you know how we like our reporting: 5-10 minutes on your phone or computer.
Once you get good at Level 1 shops – we will advance you to the Level 2 shops which are a bit trickier and pay more accordingly. Evaluators that show potential with reliability, report writing skills and a drive to succeed, may wish to enter our Mystery Shopper to PI Program. Sting is accredited to teach Private Investigator Training in Alberta and provides the equivalent training in BC, Manitoba and Saskatchewan and can help you get your PI license.
Sting has a list of amazing clients to choose from – you may get sent to a liquor store and leave with some great wine knowledge; you may dine in a fine restaurant and have the best customer service you’ve ever received. You will discover new places, try new things and get paid to do it.
Mystery shopping can be perfect for adding extra income, giving yourself an excuse to get out of the house and trying out new places and products. Shops can be in-person, over the phone or online. You get to pick and choose which shops you’d like to take, you can work it around your own schedule.
How to become an evaluator with Sting:
o The first time you login, it will ask you to update with your complete address and phone number and some other related questions for your STING Extended Profile.
o Please attach a current resume and recent photo.
**Note – You have to do the Level 1 Certification before we can assign you a shop.
These Level 1 shops are not meant to be your only source of income. They are meant to supplement your current income and get you some money back for something you may have bought regardless.