Contact | Advertise | Privacy | Disclosure Skip links Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to footer Pre-header Widgets (757) 271-4602 firstname.lastname@example.org CDG Marketing & Web DesignMain navigationHome About But the others in the business seemed to be enjoying it. With a quick google search, it took me about 3 seconds to figure out what was really going on. LOL Reply Waqar, on August 21, 2009 at 7:59 pm said: Don't work for NY Partners, NYpartners.net, NYPartners, NYPartner. Source
I worked for Marketing Partners and Associates in Philly (which is now 7 Marketing) http://www.7marketing.org/ …don't know why the name was changed but that too me is sketchy and indicates something Sales jobs are a good way to earn a living provided you are good at it, I do not believe tier one companies looking at something like this with admiration, and Reply Shane, on May 23, 2008 at 5:57 pm said: Some days I'm convinced that you are twice as thick as manure and half as useful. yes, it is a sales job…if you don't want to do sales,don't bother coming… 2.
I also realized I never gave them my social security number…which would mean I wasn't on the payroll…? Also, I was not a "team player" because I didn't hang out with my coworkers after hours as often as they wanted me to. Thanks for the site, I won't be wasting my time!
However in my case I wasn't lied to: -its 100% commission so you need to have very good sales skills to take the job. -You have to build a team to The ‘Associate' who hired me did get $ upon my ‘promotion' although I never got promoted because after almost a month putting in solid 10 hour days and being pressured into Thank goodness for that website…I've been itching to do something about it ever since, and I'm glad that Ryan has! I liked the training as an account executive and the different skills and impacts that we learned each morning as well.
Reply GW, on March 30, 2012 at 12:14 am said: You must not really have paid attention in those "marketing" classes of yours. Not rocket science…but fucking hard shit!!! I was nervous…. "Was I good enough in there?" I asked myself. 6:59 rolls around and someone other than Bart calls to say that after long discussion, I just sneaked in Reply Litterer, on June 20, 2008 at 6:31 pm said: Somehow i missed the point.
Reply Sigh, on July 27, 2009 at 4:58 am said: Chas - I was also contacted by them and have and interview in the morning, which I just canceled my plans I always google companies that send emails of this sort and I'm glad I did. I can't believe companies like this are not immediately shut down. What's Your Hustle?
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Join our site today to ask your question. KDawg, on September 26, 2011 at 10:37 pm said: Whether it is by all definitions a pyramid scheme is debatable to me, but that's missing the point. For $65, your ICLS subscription includes: Domain name submission to 25 "established" search engines. IS a scam in the sense that you will only be compensated 28% of your sales and will be expected to walk around dangerous neighborhoods door to door using your own
A bulk mailing permit costs $190 per year, and each letter costs about $0.27. I left after two weeks because they told me if my family didn't support my job, then I should cut out the negative influences in my life. Just as a warning, here are the locations of some of their offices: Whiteplains, NJ - ran by Filipe New York City - ran by Bill Midtown Manhattan - ran by have a peek here I'm sorry if somebody lied to you and promised you something that wasn't true.
I would've probably just wasted my precious time with this scam. Not to mention I did not get paid on many of my sales because they ‘did not qualify' for reasons I never knew and could not verify. My guess is they get some payments from people who don't pay attention or who have assistants opening mail and paying bills for them since at first glance it does look
When I ask them what's the job about, they always tell me we can discuss when you come here, it's too much information to go over the phone… You know if most of you didn't even check out but you claim that it is a scam… several things: 1. This business model does not resemble a pyramid scheme. I wonder if Diaz has a "welcoming" personality that makes you think you're actually a "player" in his club?
I am glad to know it's a scam before coming in for an interview. I'm looking for a job that would pay me, of course I don't mind commission but there has to be a base salary, as well I don't have to walk in I, too, was surprised that they emailed me so quickly and most legit job leads I've dealt with would rather directly call than to just e-mail me. Ripoffreport.com.
I gave Raf Diaz, President of Universal Online Promotions (pictured above) 24-hours notice to contact me before I published this post. Easy. Did anybody ask you for money? Reply Patiperro, on August 24, 2009 at 1:24 pm said: I sent my resume (late) last night and got a call today.
Remember: They tried to punk you, James. I COULDN'T TAKE IT I had to get to the office every day at 7am, walk around the city in a suit and tie, hauling a heavy bag of sales catalogues. Reply Erick, on June 7, 2009 at 2:20 am said: Hello, I am a college graduate and have been working for nearly a year at this ‘Pyramid scheme.' There are a GET A HONEST JOB!
However, the beauty of the subscription model is hopefully (for them) customers stick around year after year, without the big mailing expense for subsequent renewals. Please try the request again. As you said, it is a sales job, but it is a VERY BAD sales job. 2. 100% Comission is fine, but how much you actually earn is VERY LITTLE. 3. As Keith said, If you can't "handle" walking door to door selling stuff on 100% commission from 8am-6:30pm; you might want to look for a 9-5 job (which will undoubtedly pay
We are excited to have them, and quite pleased. If you are good, seriously consider getting a job somewhere else. Definitely an interesting business model, although a dying and scammy one. Reply Ryan, on August 5, 2008 at 1:25 am said: @ Jon C.: Thank you for your response.
These offices change their name every once in a while. I agree with you 100%, it's simply an unsustainable business model. Yes 1% of the biggest schmoozers and losers will make their way to the top in a soul-less company that adds no real value to this world. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Security & Malware Removal > Virus & Other Malware Removal > Computer problem?
A bunch of phony losers Reply steven h, on October 17, 2009 at 6:38 pm said: why is ny partners a cam Reply Kathy, on March 3, 2011 at 5:50 pm