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IMSC Servanne:
The IMSC (Independent Mystery Shopper' Coalition) would like to invite you to the 2010 Independent Mystery Shoppers' Conference.

This amazing event will be held over three days which will encompass meetings with company reps, educational presentations and interactive roundtables. The conference will go from August 15th, 2010 through August 17th, 2010.

All of the events will revolve around Mystery Shopping. Networking with other shoppers will also take place as well as prize drawings at the end of each day. We anticipate over 300 shoppers and 100 company reps to come, giving you a unique opportunity to interact and network with your peers.

The fee to attend this year's conference is currently only $125.

The conference this year will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada (United States), at the beautiful Suncoast Hotel and Casino. We have negotiated very attractive room rates with the Suncoast that we are sure you will enjoy.

We are in the process of putting together the schedule of events and the roster of speakers and attending sponsors. Once this is determined, we will post it on our homepage at .

You can also become a fan of our Facebook page and be entered to win a free pair of tickets for the 2010 IMSC on the 1st of each month leading up to the conference.

Should you have any specific question, regarding the conference or shopping in general, please let us know at and we will be happy to assist you as best we can.


Your IMSC Team

How do you get started in the whole mystery shopping profession? I've always been interested in this, but don't know how to break out into it. I live in San Diego, so I don't believe I could make it out to vegas... but will there be anything like this in southern CA?


The first thing you have to do is sign up with as many mystery shopping companies as you can. Do a Google search for MS in your area. You need a computer with internet connection, a printer/scanner/fax, a camera are the basics. Each company has it's own requirements but basically, it is pretty standard.
When there will be work in your area, you will get an email from one of these companies. Apply if you feel you can do it right.
Accept the low paying jobs, first. They are a little easier to do (in general) and you will get experience.
After that, you will be able to pick and choose whatever you like.
Hope this helps. :)

David Morgan:
Yep, it's pretty much like any other job that way. You start at the bottom and work your way up. I'll try to make it, LV is only a couple hours away from me, and it'd be neat to meet some colleagues.  ;D



I have heard about things like this going on in southern cali. I am from Orange county and I constantly have mystery shoppers reporting to my boss about work conduct and shop cleanliness. It should not be too hard to find something like this down here.



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