- Report: #604220
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Complaint Review: Allstar Motivation - O. W. O. world perfume
Allstar Motivation - O. W. O. world perfume3110 S. Polaris Las Vegas, Nevada United States of America
Allstar Motivation - O. W. O. world perfume Billy Nolan "head Honcho" If you need a laugh in the midst of job hunting, call them! Las Vegas Nevada
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Not for everyone
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: How allstar is tied with world perfume & Scenuta
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Pyramid Sales Scam
*General Comment: General Question(s)
*Consumer Comment: I went in the carrollton office location
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Closed-Minded people won't get it
*General Comment: Need more info
*UPDATE Employee: HA! If $1,200 a WEEK is a scam then keep scamming me!
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Knock off
*UPDATE Employee: wow what loosers
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Where do I start...If you live in Las Vegas, and you see the annoying group of kids/ex-junkies at gas stations, strip malls, and Wal-Mart parking lots selling the off-brand perfume..well it leads right back to THIS company!!
after calling the number in the Craigslist Ad...I heard the scripted sales pitch "Company is expanding..blah blah...are you over 18..blah blah..own your own car..we have a 1:00 and a 3:00"
Show up, the Compnay is located on a backstreet where drug dealing and defunct businesses are operated. Came in signed in under "Billy". Told to fill out a "Getting to know you questionare"..seriously, your asking for my SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER...yeah left it blank.
They were playing "Anchorman", and had a few bottles of the product set up on the DVD cart. It was myself and another young lady, after I told her what the company REALLY was, she had a look of dissapointment on her face, but said she will let them go through with the act. We were given a lackluster intro to the video by a guy with short dreads "Dallante". The video was cheesy,a spoof if anything, a minstrel show of young 20 something black kids and a middle aged black guy with messed up teeth talking about "the life"..yeah like i regret getting my college degree
We met with the head honcho in the office next to the waiting room, who went on and on about the product. While looking at my resume he asked what type of experience I had and jotted it down on line paper..umm seriously? He kept going on about the endless possibilities of making money, and how much better our lives will be. The feeble minded would have been sold on the song and dance, but obviously my questions about operations were starting to get on his nerves. to the After informing him that I have a Bachelors Degree in Biolgy and was just looking for something part-time..I was told ill hear from someone regarding a management position. I told him dont even bother, but since I drove down here, thank you for the show, and walked out!
Any adult with SENSE knows that nothing happens over night. If you go to their website and see 5 or 6 people on vacation to exotic places, or driving expensive cars, its because they are using the lowly souls with no back-bone, limited education, and down trodden to get where they are at.
FYI..NONE of the cars featured in the video were on or around the OWO- All-Star Motivation "Head-quarters"
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/17/2010 03:34 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Allstar-Motivation-O-W-O-world-perfume/Las-Vegas-Nevada-89102/Allstar-Motivation-O-W-O-world-perfume-Billy-Nolan-head-Honcho-If-you-need-a-laug-604220. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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