QAS is hiring groups of salespeople to make them money. They hire about 15 people, knowing that half of them will see through the scam, while the other half will do whatever they say. You go through a 3 day training program learning all about your product. They call it a medical device, it's a vacuum cleaner.
Adam Shryock is the "leader" of the operation apparently, and he is a complete worm. He lies to your face, and in turn has you lying to the faces of your friends and families. You do practice sales, with people you know before the company will trust you enough to go on their "valuable" appointments.
You are given several marketing tools, like prizes your customer (who are only your family and friends) is guaranteed to recieve for providing references, but they are bogus, and the company has no intention of rewarding them.
After your initial sales appointments are finished you are expecting a check of anywhere from $600 to $3000. So, you wait to hear from Adam, and wait, and wait. Then you attempt to reach him, and he doesn't return the calls. I know of one person ordering the product, not getting what they asked for and returning it with the salesman. She had a finance plan that would make her first payment around $175. QAS charged her credit card $1500.
Adam threatens to sue if you hold your demo equipment for ranson of your paycheck, but while what he's doing may technically be legal, he doesn't want it brought to light. So, if its too late, keep the stuff and sell it on ebay, but if you are just starting your training with them, or considering taking the job, and sense something is not quite right, go with that, and don't make money for these thieves. I know we all wish we would have followed our instinct instead of being drawn in by false promises of fat paychecks.