- Report: #1011004
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Complaint Review: Pacific Group Associates SD, Inc.
Pacific Group Associates SD, Inc.Rancho Cucamunga, California United States of America
Pacific Group Associates SD, Inc. Misleading Advertisement for Entry Level Position Rancho Cucamunga California
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Below is the job description for this supervisor position. I highlighted what was a "red flag" to me.
"We are an organization developed on the belief that an approach to entry level business sales and marketing based on personal communication will always be more effective and meaningful than the latest technology craze. We are a business focused on the understanding that our people are our future & therefore we want to coach them into a management position. We strive to provide an entrepreneurial environment dedicated to developing successful business leaders. Our success as an organization is a result of maintaining high standards within our firm and working with only those interested in business management and capable of becoming the best of the best at leading others.
For immediate consideration, Please CLICK HERE TO APPLY
We promote only from within our own company and reward employees with unlimited potential for advancement into a management. This job involves in person sales to business owners. Pay is based on performance. We teach leadership & management as an action, not a title. This ensures that only the best of the best are managing our
campaigns and running the businesses in our organization."
Upon checking their facebook page, it looks all find an dandy with the company parties and number of links and such. But when you look into the statistics of the likes, it's really weird since they went from a couple likes to over 2,000 in a period of a week, and most of those likes are from Asia. Another red flag.
Researching online didn't yield much results except that they started in 2011. And there was only one report on why this company is a scam.
Even though it was all kind of weird, I thought, I might as well try and see. As expected, I got a reply back right away. I went in for an interview two days later and the office was empty except the two people on the website. So right away, I knew that any workers are working in the field.
When I went into the interview, the guy in charge... for got his name...he's on the website, talked fast and tried to make it sound like I was a perfect fit for the position. Any questions I had regarding the position was kind of brushed off as he continued to make it sound as if I do fit for the position. Then he started describing the position itself.
it's basically an outside sales position. When I asked if it was door to door, he said it was business to business because they don't do residential, which was basically door to door but for business. So the basics of the job was to sell Verizon products to business as an outside sales person, NOT a supervisor role.
This company is similar to other scam, MLM companies I've seen and since I saw no real reports on here about it, I thought I'd take it upon myself to warn others before they waste their time with this company. Unless of course you want to do door to door selling for Verizon products.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/08/2013 02:02 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Pacific-Group-Associates-SD-Inc/Rancho-Cucamunga-California-/Pacific-Group-Associates-SD-Inc-Misleading-Advertisement-for-Entry-Level-Position-Ranch-1011004. 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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