JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast-A show devoted to answering your personal financial questions and covering current events in personal finance. Giving people a new perspective on their money!

October 14, 2012  
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Highlights of today's show:

  • Chris Peek joins us to talk about mystery shopping
  • Mystery shopping is a great way to earn some extra income on the side
  • Every mystery shopping company is different
  • Beware of scams . . . if it is to good to be true, then it probably isn't
  • What kind of person would be a candidate for mystery shopping?

Chris Peek from MysteryShopCoach.com joins us on today's show to talk about mystery shopping. Chris got involved in mystery shopping when he needed to get a second income and didn't want to be tied down to a second job making $8-$10 an hour. One of the good things about mystery shopping is that you can pick the jobs you want to work so you control how much you work and earn.

After doing it for three years, Chris started his blog to help those who were interested in getting involved in mystery shopping as well as for other established mystery shoppers to help each other out. One of the keys Chris has learned is that once you are established and determined to be reliable by the companies you will get more and better paying jobs.

Chris writes another blog: TrailReflections.com where he encourages others to live intentional lives and become fully alive. Some other great resources for mystery shoppers include MysteryShop.org and Volition.com

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