I am sure you guys have heard of mystery shopping. It’s where companies pay you to shop as a secret shopper in different stores to evaluate their performance. But I am sure you have never heard of mystery shopping for a church. Yeah, I was stunned when I first heard about it as well.
There is this mystery shopping company that specializes in evaluating the performance of churches all around the country. The company is called FaithPerceptions.
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It, just like other legitimate secret shopping companies, helps churches gather data about how they’re doing by sending undercover church visitors to attend their services. It’s a way for churches to improve their services.
Anybody from anywhere in united stats can now make some extra cash attending churches. As unbelievable as it sounds, FaithPerceptions does actually pay you to attend different church services as a “guest visitor”.
Here is an ad posted by FaithPerceptions on Craigslist:
Get Paid to Go to Church
Faith Perceptions sends “undercover visitors” who do not have a particular religious affiliation to church services to evaluate their experience. After the church service, they fill out a questionnaire that we have designed and return it back to us. We pay our visitors $25 per visit and if you drive more than 10 miles one-way we will pay additional mileage. Our visitors remain anonymous at all times to the church. This program helps church leaders better understand what a newcomer experiences when they visit their church for the first time. Learn more online at …. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you need more information. …
Salary/Wage: $25 per visit
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It was so unusual that I couldn’t resist posting it here. I mean, in this financial situation, it’s a great opportunity to make some much-needed cash. Specially if you are a church goer yourself, it would serve you both ways!
It is no mystery shopping scam. It’s just another on of those unusual ways to make money. I actually think it’s a good way for churches to find out how they are doing, and a great way for people to make some extra cash.