What a joke....a couple months ago I got a call from an insurance company that saw my resume on Monster.com. He asked me to come to an interview, and it sounded like a good oppurtunity, even though I never even heard of them before. I asked him where to go and he said "Best Western".....ok. Surely an insurance company so successful has branch offices. I go there and meet him and right off the bat, seems weird. Like he is upto something. So he starts telling me about how I'm going to make 60 grand in my first year, and then in another year or so make six figures.
For some reason I believed him. He told me about how they look for individuals with college degrees (which is me) and nobody without a high school diploma is even looked at. So he calls me that night after speaking to the District Manager, and wants me to come in the next day...back to the hotel...for a field interview. I go and meet the "top salesman" and get in his car and shadow him for the day. I don't judge anyone, but this guy had an old Ford Tauras, rusted and a piece of junk. The reason I'm bringing this up is because he told me about how he makes over 100,000 a year and just got back from Chicago on some reward vacation....blah, blah, blah...junky car for a rich man, eh? So I got and knock on all these doors with this guy, 25% of these people shut the door in his face. The ones who don't have no interest in buy anything. He drove around all day knocking on doors, and made $0. This was the guy I was told makes over well 200 dollars a day.
Anyway, being an idiot, I go to training. Some people were there for 5-6 weeks...no pay either. 3 guys in my class were High School Dropouts. Our b*tch of a teacher made it sound like Combined is the only way to succeed and if we quit said "Have fun pushing a broom the rest of your life." I made a good freind out there though and we both split the first Friday.....never looked back.
DO NOT EVEN INTERVIEW WITH THIS PLACE. Save your time... if only I found this site before the interview, I never would have went.