I just wondered if it was a legit company. Is it a "have your own business" type of outfit? Or can you actually work for a paycheck, like in their offices? Someone came into our restaurant and told a co-worker that he is opening up anothe 3-4 offices in our area and needed personable people to work there. He said you could either make commissions (I am supposing by calling people to sign up) or work in the office. I think he said something about the office ~ I heard it third-hand.Answer Question
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You are right to be skeptical, who walks into a restaurant and announces they are opening 3 or 4 new offices? If it were true, it would be on the front page of the newspaper. If it were a good job, especially in this economy, they wouldn't need to bother recruiting. People would be lining up by the hundreds. I did some computer searching on this company a while ago after receiving a call to go to a group interview. They had placed a blind ad in the help wanted classified so I sent them my resume. Anyway, what I learned from searching is the interview would be more of a sales pitch and we would have to pay money for their training. I didn't bother going. I had heard of this in college, where you think you're going for a job interview but you just get pressured into multi level marketing.
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