Well, I'm not going to say this is a big time scam or anything but I only worked for them for 4 hours and quit, and I sure am glad that I did.
I responded to an ad on craigslist for advertising and marketing in the sports and entertainment industries. I went in expecting to see a nice office building. It was an uninviting ghetto 3 room office.
I interviewed and she said very little about the job, asking me broad questions instead. One question was "would you rather work outside or inside?" I said a mix of both would be nice, and she said to start off you would be outside 75% of the time. (She failed to say you will be walking for 8 hours straight and spend one hour inside the office where you still have to stand since they are to cheap to have any chairs or desks)
After talking up the company, she wished me luck and said I might get a call back for a 2nd interview. Guess what? I did, along with 5 other people. We were told to be "prepared" for the entire day, we were not told we would be following someone around listening to him pitch sales to people who for the most part weren't interested, and in the process would walk about 5 miles.
I was given a brochure explaining how with a little work I would be making 6 figures in less than a year. I'm sure that several people in the company make 6 figures, but the percentage cannot be very high at all. You definitely need to be detirmined and have an assholish attitude by interupting store owners while they are trying to work.
After the day, I felt like the job wasn't for me, but she was saying I would be a good candidate and how great the company was. She was, quote "offering me a winning lottery ticket"
When I said I needed a night to think about it, she got downright mad. She said this was an opportunity of a lifetime and if I said no, she had 20 other people to call back. Almost to calm her down, I said I could try it out and see if i liked it.
So I showed up the next morning for a "team meeting." Hey, what happened to the other people that interviewed the day before? They actually knew better. Anyways, good god, are those employees on crack? That was one of the sorriest things i've ever witnessed. "Juice!" how about "Lame!"
Well, I quit not long after that. I don't even want to waste my time talking any more about this company.
People who have worked for Cydcor AKA DS Max for longer periods can tell you more lies and deception. Be cautious with them.