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The IT Department here at MSL Head Quarters offer 3 suggestions on how to quickly spot a scam emails:

  • Look at the From address that’s shown and then the real From address which is usually shown between these: < >
  • Hover over any links to see if you recognise them as genuine websites. Even a hyphen where a dot would usually be can be an indication

Each smartphone works differently so be sure to check beforehand, but you can usually see the full link by holding down the link. A pop up will appear showing you the full link and asking what you'd like to do with it.

  • Vague or incorrect To details: just ‘Hi’ instead of your name

For more information check out our Shopper Scams page or head to Which.com for more advice.

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The geeks at MSL HQ take a look at the best apps for Mystery Shoppers to use, whether out and about or at home completing assessment forms.

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1. Keep us in the loop

2. Use the old dog 'n' bone

3. We love technology!

3. We're here 9 'til 5

5. Know your grading

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As a nation, we’re not big fans of confrontation are we? Especially when we’re out Mystery Shopping; we want to get in there, do our assignment and get out without being suspected.

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Certifications can be one of two things; a poll or a qualification. Find out more about them here.

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New to Mystery Shopping?  Check out our list so you’ll know the types of things you might be asked to report on.

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With our festive assignments currently available.

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This anonymous survey should help us to improve the experience you have as one of our shoppers.

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