Mystery Shopping is one way Moms can make extra money and many times it is by visiting places that you already visit on a regular basis. Grocery stores, banks, hair salons, restaurants, fast food, concerts and baseball games are all places that have mystery shoppers. When I used to do mystery shopping I tried to schedule my shops for when I would normally need to run those types of errands. If you need to go to the grocery store then why not make an extra $20 while you are there? Mystery shopping is a real job despite what many believe. Many people I know make good money doing it. It can be done as much or as little as you would like but in order to get enough work you usually need to sign up with several different companies and take assignments as you can get them. Beware however because mystery shopping is also frequently used as a scam to lure money out of those looking for work. No legitimate mystery shopping company will ask for money from you and any websites offering to sell a list are also a scam, all of this information can be found for free online. For a list of legitimate mystery shopping companies visit the Mystery Shopping tab of my blog here.

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