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I have been doing mystery shops for RMSA for over 12 months. They are a good source of a variety of mystery shopping assignments and they pay reasonably well.

They have assignments for liquor stores, supermarkets, banks, clothing stores, hardware, tool shops, car dealerships, telecommunications, insurance. There are also quite a number of phone call assignments that you can do from home or as part of your normal day.

You can search for assignments by the distance from your postcode location. When you find assignment you are interested in you need to apply for them. The go-ahead for assignments can take a while since they are approved manually.

Waiting for assignment allocation can be a negative as you lose some flexibility in organising your week. However they do have a good number, and range of assignments and the person who approves your assignments seems to be conscious of giving you jobs that are in the same area to help you out.

Generally I would try to use the mystery shopping assignments I get approved for with RMSA and Hoed to plan the week and use other Mysteryt Shopping sites to fill in the trip to a location with more assignments to make it worth more money per trip.

For example, if I get 2 assignments from RMSA in one area for Tuesday, I would then check GapBuster and others for more assignments in that area on Tuesday. That way I might get $40 for the RMSA assignments and another $30 for the others making $70 for the couple of hours work.  

Another good reason to join RMSA is the telephone assignments. Often a phone call and a short survey gets you $10-15. Not too bad money for 10 minutes work.

RMSA pay fortnightly by bank transfer.



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