While we are always accepting applications for telephone mystery shoppers, we are currently not looking to bring on any new individuals. However, this is always subject to change based on workload and client requests.  If you apply and we think that you would be a good fit as a telephone mystery shopper, we will contact you and save your information for when we need to add bring on more shoppers.

At the moment, we have in-person mystery opportunities in several areas across the country.  If you are interested in any in-person mystery shops and are located in or near the following markets, please apply:

Athens, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia

Augusta, Georgia

Chicago, Illinois

Conway, Arkansas

Detroit, Michigan

Dickson City, Pennsylvania

Fort Myers, Florida

Gainesville, Florida

Homestead, Florida

Iowa City, Iowa

Jacksonville, North Carolina

Louisville, Kentucky

Lincoln, Nebraska

Marathon, Florida

Melbourne, Florida

Miami, Florida

New Orleans, Louisiana

Norfolk, Virginia

Orlando, Florida

Richmond, Virginia

Royal Palm Beach, Florida

San Antonio, Texas

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Tavernier, Florida

Valdosta, Georgia

Youngstown, Ohio

Dear prospective mystery shopper.  Thank you for your interest in becoming a mystery shopper for Perception Strategies.  With this application you are entering STEP 1 of a two-step process.  First, we ask that you please fill out the application form completely and hit submit.  Once you have submitted your application, you will be asked to complete STEP 2, which is to perform a sample telephone mystery shop.  Because our goal is to insure that our clients receive the highest quality mystery shops possible, we ask that your sample shop reflect your ability to write clearly and concisely and with as much detail as possible.  Once we have received your sample, we will contact you to let you know if there is a match with our present needs.  Thanks again for taking the time to contact Perception Strategies.

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