If you are new to Ann Michaels, please use the link above to register with our company. Once registered, you will receive an email when shops are available in your area. Further instruction will be provided on how to apply for shops at that time. Please be sure you read the Independent Contractor Agreement (ICA) and indicate in your profile that you agree to accept and abide by the terms listed. Additionally, please note that we use PayPal at this time. Below is a link to some frequently asked questions - please feel free to browse to learn more about our company and mystery shopping in general!
If you are currently registered with us, please use the link above to login to our secure site. From here, you will be able to view the job board for current listings and apply for available shops. You will also use this link once you are assigned a shop and need to review the training material and/or submit your report.
The staff at Ann Michaels appreciates your hard work! We have created a Shopper Incentive Program to thank our shoppers who consistently provide strong reports. Please use the link above to learn the details of our incentive program.
Please use the link above to view the most frequently asked questions about Ann Michaels and mystery shopping in general. Can't find the answer you're looking for? Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to help!
As a shopper, it may be confusing as to what each company requires for their reports. We hope this will help you understand what our clients look for. Remember, the better reports you submit, the more shops you will get!
Here are some other helpful tips and tricks to writing a strong report. Following these tips will help you write a strong report, and very little, if any, follow up from our Account Managers will be needed. In turn, your reports will be easier to edit and your shopping opportunities will increase.
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