Congratulations! Announcing the Winners of our ‘Rs. 20,000 Online Payment Habits’ Contest

At Redquanta, we are committed to helping brands understand their brand presence in the mind of customers with the help of various audits that we conduct through our mystery shoppers. It is a win-win situation for our clients as well as our registered shoppers. While our clients get insightful data that helps them grow and scale their business.

We want to send a big thank you to everyone who participated in our contest and helped make it a success!

And a special congratulations to all the winners of the Rs. 1,000 cash Prize in our Rs. 20,000  contest!.

Approximately 2000 users participated and the winners were chosen within no time, with the help of an automated lucky draw! The survey was a resounding success. It was conducted using an algorithm programmed to be completely unbiased and with ZERO human involvement in order to keep it truly fair and transparent for our participants.

Congratulations Winners!

List of Winners

Sr. No. Name of the Winner City Name
1 Mohammad Aquib Lucknow
2 Anuradha Bhat Mumbai
3 Amit Kedia Mumbai
4 Vikas kalra Lucknow
5 Sunil Pandey Pune
6 Santosh Lunkad Pune
7 Rajshree Vijay Indore
8 Jasraj Suri Chandigarh
9 Parul Varma Mumbai
10 Sohil Bangalore
11 Prateek Samar Mumbai
12 Rubina Rup Gurugram
13 Rohit Hooda Gurugram
14 Malav Shah Mumbai
15 Rahul Thane
16 Prateek Tripathy Greater Noida
17 Miitra Gesota Mumbai
18 Ojasvi Prasad New Delhi
19 Anubha Agrawal Bengaluru
20 Ekta Manot Hyderabad

We Conducted A Survey On Rental Apparels… And, Here Are The Winners!

At Redquanta, we are committed to helping brands understand their brand presence in the mind of customers with the help of various audits that we conduct through our mystery shoppers. It is a win-win situation for our clients as well as our registered shoppers. While our clients get insightful data that helps them grow and scale their business, our shoppers can, not only earn revenue while conducting the audits but also experience services of different brands.

But that’s not all we do at RedQuanta….

We have another very interesting and super easy alternative for users to earn some great freebies, vouchers and even monetize their efforts. This is through the surveys that we conduct for our clients!

Brands are really looking for answers to what a customer wants! And what better way to gather genuine responses than by asking the customers directly. We figured surveys are one of the most understated, yet super efficient way to bridge the gap between customers and brands, which is why we do a lot of surveys at regular intervals.

The exciting part? Winners of the survey get awesome deals and vouchers from us, which are worth every minute spent on the surveys!

We recently conducted one such survey where one of our clients wanted to understand the rental wear market in a deeper way to get an idea of what motivates people to rent clothing, their buying patterns, the amount they are comfortable spending, etc.

So, We Conducted A Survey…

Fun fact: A typical designer lehenga costing Rs. 7.5 lakhs will only come at a rent of Rs. 75,000 for you for four days. That seems like a pretty good deal!

Well, that’s possible as rental clothing has become a huge market, estimated to grow at a rate of 10.6% by the year 2023, allowing you to rent designer wear at 10% of the retail price!

So, coming back to our survey… We asked users, from the top 10 Indian cities, to participate in a survey on ethnic wear and party wear rentals. Mailers and SMSs were sent to them, with a link to the quick survey!

The questions we asked the respondents helped us interpret the penetration of online rental wear market in the minds of the consumers! Here are some of the questions our survey had!

  • We asked them about the brands they prefer, in watches, handbags, and apparels – to get an understanding of how they analyzed quality.
  • We asked them about their inclination to buy original designer apparels – if they wear them exclusively, for special occasions, or they are also comfortable with getting a less expensive replica!
  • We tried to gauge their interest in buying apparels online, as well as the kind of apparel they usually buy online.
  • We also tried to understand their knowledge of rental apparels and if they would be keen to rent them online.

Approximately 3000 users participated and the winners were chosen within no time, with the help of an automated lucky draw! The process was completely transparent, quick, authentic and error-free in every way, in tune with RedQuanta’s guiding principles!

The survey was a resounding success. It was conducted using an algorithm programmed to be completely unbiased and with ZERO human involvement in order to keep it truly fair and transparent for our participants.

It’s our pleasure to announce the winners who’ve won movie vouchers and couple passes to the Inox, PVR, and Cinepolis multiplexes!  

Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? If brand names make you go weak in the knees, don’t forget to sign up for our future studies and surveys. Who knows… you may be lucky enough to get a surprise gift you’ve been secretly wishing for!

List of the Winners

Sr No Name of the Winner City Name
1 Rupali Gupta Delhi
2 Sneha Sonavane Mumbai
3 Mangesh More Pune
4 Parul sharma Delhi
5 Saruchi Pathela Gurgaon
6 Rubina Rup Gurgaon
7 Devendra sharma Mumbai
8 Latika Bihani Mumbai
9 Gaurav Malhotra Gurgaon
10 Monika Bansal Pune
11 Saloni Seth Mumbai
12 Amoli Hindlekar Mumbai
13 Sammohini Khurana Delhi
14 Sudipta Sarkar Kolkata
15 Maithilee Borgaonkar Indore
16 Saurabh Dhanik Mumbai
17 Arun Soneji Mumbai
18 Ravikant Verma Mumbai
19 Mitu Shah Mumbai
20 Venu Taparia Pune
21 Uttam Agarwal Kolkata
22 Rupa Bhatt Mumbai
23 Saumil Banasal Mumbai
24 Devika Bhavsar Mumbai
25 Puja Vora Mumbai
26 Anjana gupta Delhi
27 Poornima Khandelwal Mumbai
28 Mita Bhanusali Mumbai
29 Ruchi jain Mumbai
30 Neha Varma Mumbai
31 Manpreet Kaur Rajpura
32 Vikram Singh Delhi
33 Avantika A Chitlangia Mumbai
34 Aakansha Gandhi Bangalore
35 Himani  Rakheja Delhi
36 Vineet Biyani Mumbai
37 Yash Biyani Mumbai
38 Pankaj Gera Delhi
39 Shankar Ramaswamy Chennai
40 Sapna Tomar Hyderabad
41 Vikas Delhi
42 Ankit Hirawat Mumbai
43 Furkan Karbelkar Mumbai
44 Chaitali Biyani Mumbai
45 Advait  Shukla Ahmedabad
47 Tahera Taher Jawadwala Mumbai
48 Shilpa Mundada Pune
49 Saumil Bansal Mumbai
50 Madhu Sudan Pandey Pune
51 Akansha Singhal Delhi
52 Vishal Ranjan Ghaziabad
53 Aashiya Badekhatal Mumbai
54 Vitthal Dare Pune
55 Yash khuthia Mumbai
56 Deepesh Waghela Mumbai
57 Avesh Jain Ahmedabad
58 Nikunj Chauhan Ahmedabad
59 Seemala Sankar Rao. Bangalore
60 Pulkit Kapoor Faridabad
61 Nitin Dokaniya Gurgaon
62 Rakesh Rathod Mumbai
63 Hritik Jain Mumbai
64 SUN G Chennai
65 Aniket Arora Mumbai
66 Kiran Bhosale Mumbai
67  MOHAMMAD Aasad Noida
68 Prapti Doshi Mumbai
69 Aamir Malik Delhi
70 Meenal Shukla Navi Mumbai
71 Arushi Singhal Delhi
72 Vasaav Jain Delhi
73 Ankita Ghosh Kolkata
74 Sohil Popat Bangalore
75 Chandani Sheth Kolkata
76 Susheel Shukla Bangalore
77 Shital Meghanathi Ahmedabad
78 Shikha Chaudhary Hyderabad
79 Karim Samnani Hyderabad
80 Harsh Shah Bangalore
81 Akshay Singhavi Chennai
82 Anubha Jain Bangalore
83 Satish Chowhan Hyderabad
84 Sumit Patodia Bangalore
85 Nitesh Bhandari Chennai
86 Mayur Jani Ahmedabad
87 Bhim Kumar Pune
88 Pushkar Brahme Pune
89 Maulik Shah Ahmedabad
90 Akhil Kumar Rungta Kolkata
91 Harshvardhan Gaikwad Pune
92 Shiveta Zutshi Pune
93 Mitesh Sonawane Pune
94 Abhinav Awasthi Hyderabad
95 Hrishikesh Dhabade Pune
96 Kalpana Kaushik New Delhi
97 Sulekha Neerukonda Hyderabad
98 Suraj Chaudhary New Delhi
99 Priyanka Lodaya Mumbai
100 Asbind Kumar Delhi
101 sudeepi Goel Noida
102 Anjali Gandhi Mumbai
103 Hiral Saraiya Mumbai
104 Nitin gupta Delhi
105 Radhika Agarwal Delhi
106 Suchita Bajaj Mumbai
107 Yogita Deshpande Mumbai
108 Prasoon Jadhav Pune
109 Reshma Sejpal Mumbai
110 Sreekanti Pillai Mumbai
111 Bharat Yadav Hyderabad
112 Rutuja Pagaria Mumbai
113 Kanika Sisodia Faridabad

Winning Entry # 1 – Larissa Rodrigues




1 ) Tell us one major difference between facts and opinions.

      Facts are ‘what is’, opinions are ‘what may be’

      Facts are ‘straight’, opinions are ‘made’

      Facts are ‘what you can see’, opinions are ‘what you think’

      Facts are ‘in the shop’, opinions are ‘in the shopper’

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Mystery Shopper Blog Contest 2012 – entry by Sanjay Bhandari, Surat

I came to know about mystery shopping through my friend and I got really thrilled, having a feeling that it would be “paid fun”. However, on accomplishment of the first assignment, I realized that the “paid fun” is a serious business, which involves a lot of energy, effort, concentration and time. Soon, I appreciated the fact that no lunches are offered for free.
Mystery shopping, has been a great learning experience, as it has offered me an immense exposure to the customer centric initiatives, and top class house- keeping practices, followed by the good companies. Mystery shopping has helped me in honing up my observation skills, and more importantly, my interest in writing has also got a fresh lease of life.

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Winner – Mystery Shopper Blog Contest 2012 – entry by Renuca Veloso, Mumbai

Mystery Shopping changed my life!
I know, a rather strong-worded (If not, exaggerated) statement there. How did that happen, you ask?
Well, it all began one fine afternoon when I – Career Girl turned Stay-At-Home-Mom was pouring out my woes to a casual acquaintance I met online (yes, that’s how desperate I was for some social interaction) when she- Casual Acquaintance (God bless her) happened to mention this concept of mystery shopping. Aha! I saw a tiny glimmer of hope for this bored soul. Just maybe this was the answer to my prayers, a legitimate excuse for the hardworking husband to do some babysitting, and for moi to do something more ”worthwhile”. So I quickly got online, registered myself and waited for my “saviour” to call.

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Finalist – Mystery Shopper Blog Contest 2012 – entry by Nikhil Pant – Lucknow

The misadventure of a mystery shopper (Fiction)

As I wandered downstairs into what seemed like a clothing store, I pulled out a notepad to refresh my mind on what sections I had to check and what to look for. It seemed like I was a pro as no one recognized me for what I really was. Employees walked around like zombies mumbling hardly audible greeting and a few of them eventually gathered in one corner to start talking to themselves. No one paid any attention to me and I had to run up to the group, poke one of them viciously with the cane I was carrying and ask him to help me out in choosing a pair of boots to go with the awesome mystery shopper trench coat I was wearing. Dissatisfied with the service, I stomped out of the shop while grumbling loudly about the awful customer service and decided to blog about it. The cell phone started to ring madly in my pocket.

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Finalist – Mystery Shopper Blog Contest – entry by Aamir Ayubi, Mumbai

The Mysterious Life of A Wrap
After receiving the wrap, he usually relished it hastily. But not this time! My cardboard chariot came to rest in the center of the round melamine plate and placed under the bright tube light. The man opened the box and I couldn’t help but reveal myself cloaked in a smooth cape of butter paper. And resting behind the walls of my carriage was my ammunition, the pouch of tomato ketchup. The man lifted and placed me carefully in the center of another plate, unraveled my papery cloak, unrolled me to see what I was truly made of and photographed me yet again. He had to treat me with respect, for I was being observed. I had to shine.

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A veteran Mystery Shopper, Ranjana from Pune shares her experiences

“Hey! That seems unbelievable yet very interesting”, was my reaction when  a number of years ago while browsing on the net, I read about  people shopping, going places, seeing movies, eating out and getting paid for it. On reading further, the term which stood out was, ‘Mystery Shopping’. My curiosity got the better of me and I started reading up about this interesting method of getting freebies and earning a bit too. The best part was doing all this in one’s leisure time. Thanks to the internet, I got a lot of information on this subject and discovered that there were mystery shoppers all over the world. Continue Reading →

Shopper Delights

“Hats off for whole RedQuanta team for doing this amazing business and helping Pankaj to build stable team. I really loved your service and growth path. Special thanks to Lipika for follow-up and answering my call on Sunday.Please provide correct map with each information brochure (one with current is not working). Also few more alternate contact number to salon will be nice.I am willing to see the new software, this one really sucks in-terms of interface and usability. Hope you do well and make it as fast as possible which can reduce complexity from your work and provide more value to business.”
Mayur Ahir


“It’s a pleasure working with RedQuanta. The questions are precise and it is easy to answer them. The assignments are pleasant {ask me how I feel after a refreshing facial:)}Keep more coming:)”
Shilpa Bhansali


“RedQuanta has become an integral part of my day-to-day life as it exposes me to good places and also allows me to make them better.
Shruti Saraf
“My experience with Red Quanta was great. Could not ask for better. The communication from the account manager was excellent. The guidelines were easy to understand and follow. The questionnaire was challenging.”
Neeta Advirkar
“Redquanta is always fun to work with. The best thing is that they understand at times if shopper faces any problem and help him out rather that leaving him helpless. Looking forward for more projects”.
Rohit Jatwala
“Working with RedQuanta gives me a feeling that my views are appreciated and with my feedback difference is becoming effective at the places people visit. The communication is good with personnel of RedQuanta. The questionnaire covers all the aspects.”
Geeta Jaqasia
“I am very happy with red quanta and the idea of mystery shopping is unique and a great idea to gauge the performance of any outlet. But in Kolkata it would be nice if they can rope in more outlets to participate in this mystery shopping”
Avishek Mukherjee

 “It is a good experience to work with Red Quanta.

Sometimes one feels that there is a lot of repetition in the forms.
Also since I am doing Audits regularly then I have already referred a lot of friend and thus find it difficult to fill the ‘refer your friend column’ every time.”
Anuradha Sharma

 “It was pleasure working with RedQuanta. Staff is really good and accommodating it terms of understanding the need to shopper.

Report is very elaborate and provides space for shopper comments.
Assignment is really interesting.”
Pankaj Bagla

 “This is my fourth assignment with Red quanta and I always look forward to more such assignments. I have never been disappointed with any of the assignment and I am equally excited for doing more such projects in future.”

Ayushi Natani

 “RedQuanta is an excellent company to work for. The team is very polite, helpful and are always available in case of any queries or any help required.”

Ranjana Tewari

 “Thank you for calling me and asking me to take this survey. Also it was nice to know that you’ll realised I haven’t been active for a long time.I would appreciate if you’ll offered me surveys that I could perform on a Monday as that is my only weekly day off from work . I really enjoy doing surveys with you-all.Thank you very much. I’m very happy to be a part of your team.”

Chrisanne Pinto

 “As this was my first experience with Red Quanta, I was a little nervous. I was happy with the audit. I enjoyed going to the store, having donuts and reporting about my experience.”

Keya Joseph

“Best part:

1. Responsiveness for Queries
2. variety of assignments on Job Board
3. Prompt payment (as heard from the internet fraternity”Not so best” fact:
Yet to face any :)”
Sunil Y S

 “I am a mystery shopper with four companies but I have to say that my experience has been best with RedQuanta for some reasons.Firstly the varieties of jobs available is very good and most of the jobs are fun to do. Secondly the feedback is good and fast. I receive my shop ratings within a day of submitting the report. I haven’t had any experience with payments as it has been only few weeks since I joined as a shopper but I am pretty sure that will be smooth too.”

Ankush Dixit