- Report: #834358
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Complaint Review: Automax Training
Automax Traininghttp://www.salesstud.com/apps/auth/login?why=pw&ne Miami, Florida United States of America
Automax Training The G Group Automax Trainer Bob Gaber and Rex Perry Suckers Another One Miami, Florida
*Consumer Suggestion: Anyone that wants to sell cars..
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: In addition
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Nonsense
*Author of original report: Look up extortion. I saved you the trouble.
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Let's Look at the Facts and Let's Play Telling the Truth.
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: By the way, big shot...
*Author of original report: Legal does not always equal right.
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: By The Way
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Actually, I read what you wrote and it still makes no sense
*Author of original report: Answer to Rebuttal
*UPDATE Employee: Oh Really...
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no longer a recession in Auto Sales promising above average income (which should have been my first tip off to a scam). In the advertisement, they said that Rex Perry (an automotive dealership in Nacogdoches, TX) was providing paid training after you were hired.
Well, they were supposedly interviewing for salesman on Monday and Tuesday and going to do training Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. At that point, there was no mention of any tuition. I was given a very short interview along with another interviewee and told to show up at the Fredonia Hotel for training. At that point, there was no mention of tuition or very minimal hints if any. I also found out that they were supposedly interviewing around 100 applicants. In any event, I show up at the Fredonia Hotel on Thursday and find that there are around 25 to 30 people who were picked. Some were very shy and timid unlike what you would expect in a car salesman.
In any event, we were given paperwork to sign at that point that said that we weren't hired yet and hinted that the next day or so would tell. No money was collected on the first day. On the second day, everyone was hit up for a $499 training fee and signed a short contract and paid $499 which would be reimbursed by the dealership after 90 days. So much for paid training. I guess that it was paid by us. It was paid by all of us. After 3 days, we were told to come back to the dealership on Monday. I was supposedly chosen for a sales position along with about 7 others and others were sent away. In any event, the dealership never had me sign any of the paperwork that is usually indicative of someone being hired and
would not provide any training on the products unless I made a sale.
After 3 attempts to get the paperwork and being told by Robert Wilson the sales manager that my job in sales would be to hold the customer until he could stick it in, There was a $300 draw which was too little to even pay my bills.
I did not go back. I am out $499 that I will never see again. Please don't make the same mistake. Avoid Bob Gaber and The G Group and Automax Training at all cost. Get books on sales by Joe Girard or others instead which is where he copied all of his so called training materials. At least, I did not get thrown out of Walmart for soliciting which is what happened to one of the trainees.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/05/2012 06:46 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Automax-Training/Miami-Florida-/Automax-Training-The-G-Group-Automax-Trainer-Bob-Gaber-and-Rex-Perry-Suckers-Another-One-M-834358. 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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