Secret Mystery Shopping Site Launches Affiliate Scheme

Anaheim, CA (PressExposure) January 11, 2008 -- Earlier today the marketing team at TheShadowShopper, the secret mystery shopping site unveiled their new affiliate scheme, already praised for their innovative business model the management decided some time ago that introducing an affiliate scheme would be an excellent way to give back added value to their customer base. They have restricted access to the scheme by stipulating individuals wishing to become involved must have a personal or business website or be the owners of a mailing list. They have stated the reason for this is that they do not wish the scheme to be abused by pay per click advertising sites.

Paying a flat fee of $5 for every gold or silver membership signup they are playing it straight and not cloaking potential earnings behind a proposed percentage. Once again proving their integrity and living up to their self imposed standards as one of the secret mystery shopping heavyweights. ShadowShopper already provide one of the first completely free shopper to client matching services and have been praised for their rigorous vetting procedure when signing up prospective new shoppers. Coupled with their unique mystery shopper profiling system which can discern shoppers personal distinctions allows for an extremely high accuracy when pairing shoppers with prospective clients.

Secret mystery shopping is nothing new and there are already a number of fairly well established firms, ShadowShopper have stated that they intend to develop not only their own services but mystery shopping as a whole in the coming months as their client base swells. Surely this kind of attitude cannot fail to make them the kings of secret mystery shopping.


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Press Release Submitted On: January 13, 2008 at 8:26 pm
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