Shopper Area

June 2019
We have been made aware of a scam attempt using our company name. 
 
These scam messages may be asking you to purchase gift cards and/or they may ask you to evaluate a well-known establishment, such as Walmart or Kmart.  They may also ask you to purchase money orders at the post office.  Please DO NOT respond to ​any texts or emails claiming to be from National Shopping Service Network asking for your address and/or offering to send you a check in the mail to complete an assignment.  We would never conduct an actual assignment in that manner.
DO NOT respond to a letter or attempt to cash a cashier's check.
DO NOT enter your contact information into an unknown website.  Our company website is www.mysteryshopper.net and our emails are from that domain as well. If you are referred to a website, CHECK THE WEBSITE ADDRESS.  If it is something like "forms.office.com/pages/...",  it is NOT our company website.
Reminders about avoiding scams:
  • NSSN will never send you a cashiers check or money order in the mail. 
     
  • If you are a receiving an offer that sounds too good to be true, like purchase a few gift cards and keep $300, it's likely a scam.
 
  • Emails from our company will ONLY come from the domain @mysteryshopper.net.  Emails from any other domain, such as gmail or yahoo, are not from a representative of our company.  
  • We would only text or call you if you have given us your number when registering with us as a shopper.
 
What can you do?
We have reported this scam to the proper authorities and would encourage you to do the same.  Below are several ways you can report this scam attempt.