In Store Advantage solutions is a pyramid business model Think AMWAY. It is a remodeled business platform where Direct TV pays the OM or manager a profit for each customer sale. Lets say $200.00 the manager splits that with the employee keeping $100.00 for themselves while the other money goes toward the salesperson. Sounds good in theory. Besides the fact that this is a commission draw sales environment promising a weekly draw or salary, however if you dont sell at least 4 direct tv sign up your draw could actually be in the negative where you owe. Actually, I am quite sure they would let you go before that happened. The enthusiasm comes from the potential of exponentially growing numbers. A person is eagerly encouraged to want to go through a 6 month training program to learn this model so that you eventually open up your own branch . You are tied to the original person who brought you in however, as every sale you and your team make becomes a residual profit from the last branch and so on and so on. This model is not taught in business school as a viable business model. I applied, was brought in for an interview, told to go on a second interview in a working environment of Best buy. I quickly figured out what business model this person, who seemed very excited about the possibility of getting very rich in a short amount of time, and whom kept reiterating how he really wanted that one person with no sales history so he could train him, was doing. Oh I am quite sure they do want that candidate. Someone who is not the wiser. I asked all the critical questions. In any other interview I nailed it, in this interview, I was told they would call me. It has been two days and no word. I know exactly why they dont want me and I am quite happy knowing I dogged that pyramid bullet. Job seekers beware.