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MSPA Public Relations Contact
 
MSPA provides journalists and editors with assistance in referencing background information, setting up interviews with members and mystery shoppers, securing press materials, and checking facts.
 
Media professionals seeking a press or public relations contact should email aparr@hqtrs.com. For immediate assistance, please call MSPA Public Relations at (502) 574-9934.
 
Please note, the above contact information is intended for reporters, news producers, those writing for news publication and broadcasters.  For all others seeking MSPA information, please call (502) 574-9033 or contact us here.

General Mystery Shopping Industry Information:
  • Mystery shopping is estimated to be more than a $1.5 billion industry
  • Current estimates indicate there are 1.5 million mystery shoppers
  • The scope of mystery shopping spans many industries, geographies, etc.
  • MSPA and the industry combat scams that attempt to legitimize themselves by claiming affiliation with the industry and/or industry participants
Additional information regarding the Mystery Shopping industry is available in our Quick Reference Guide.
 
Click here for a sampling of historial MSPA news releases.
 
LATEST NEWS

50 Ways to Make a Fast $50

"Life is what happens to us while we are making other plans." No matter how carefully you plan, money can run a little short at times. Maybe your child needs new shoes. Maybe your car broke down, or maybe you just want a night out on the town. Whatever the reason, if you find yourself needing extra cash, there are plenty of ways to earn it -- now more than ever.


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Consumer Alert: Don't Fall for Mystery Shopper Scam

Thousands of Southern Californians have been getting emails bearing offers to pay them hundreds of dollars to work as "mystery shoppers." Mystery shoppers pose as real customers in order to review customer service and products at stores, restaurants and hotels. Trouble is, these emails are being sent out by scammers, eager to take your money.


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BBB lists top 10 scams from 2014, and some are familiar

Since scams are top of mind with an apparent phony IRS call coming to a woman in St. Cloud this week, it's topical to revisit what the Better Business Bureau says are the top 10 schemes of 2014.


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Mystery shopping jobs: Real or scam?

Looking for a new job for 2015, perhaps for some extra spending money? A job as a mystery shopper might sound perfect: promising you can make money while shopping.


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