PRO tips, for those who want to be the best shoppers!


MFJohnston
1 year +3 MFJohnston 328

MSPA:

I have membership and have never noticed any specific benefit. However, I can't say that there wasn't. I suspect that, if you are brand new to shopping and an MSC is looking to assign a new job to either you are another new shopper, they would give it to the one who has MSPA barring a compelling reason to do otherwise. Once you are established with a company, your reliability and work quality will be a far more important factor in determining whether or not to assign shops to you - or seek you out when they are desperate and willing to pay generous bonuses.

Camille_15443455464896
10 months +1 Camille_15443455464896 3

Thanks for the information!

Jeanine_15475794274593
8 months +1 Jeanine_15475794274593 6

Thank you for your insight, I appreciate it!

Ivan
8 months +1 Ivan 717

I'm so glad people are finding this useful! :)

Dee_15529799958627
22 days +1 Dee_15529799958627 2

Good information! Thanks. (Still relevant)

Martin_Canada
22 days +1 Martin_Canada 27

I got my silver MSPA certification back in 2002. I am feeling my age now! It did help get me some of my first mystery shops back then. I still include it when starting to work for a new company.

Karla _15582807838752
18 days +1 Karla _15582807838752 2

How do you get MSPA Certified

Marlene_15224361258740
17 days 0 Marlene_15224361258740 3

I wondered the same thing as well.

Michele_15032031952719
17 days 0 Michele_15032031952719 148

What does that stand for again?

LINDA_14996614317791
10 days +1 LINDA_14996614317791 77

I did not get certified with MSPA and am doing all the shops that I can handle. Do a good job, write complete reports, handed in on time, and the schedulers will give you more shops.


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