• Report: #886093

Complaint Review: Shore Thing Marketing

  • Submitted: Mon, May 21, 2012
  • Updated: Fri, November 09, 2012

  • Reported By: Michael — North Brunswick Washington United States of America
Shore Thing Marketing
1200 Tices Ln. East Brunswick, New Jersey United States of America

Shore Thing Marketing CYDCOR, San Diego Marketing Group, SDMG SCAM/WASTE/MISLEADING East Brunswick, New Jersey

*Consumer Comment: They are now located in Houston Texas under the name SEE Marketing

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Yes so basically Shore Thing Marketing is NJ current version of Cydcor. The President listed on their site ran some Cydcor affiliates in San Diego and now is in jersey. Same typical employment process as the other Cydcor interviews, you go in for the first interview see other eager budding Mark Zuckerbergs lined up ready to make their billions, you can tell they will call you back for a second interview even though they try hard to act as if you MAY NOT get the call but alas it gets there within the allotted window (just like all the other Cydcor bait and switch interviews). Basically you are told you will be "shadowing" an executive around for a day which = going door to door for 8 hours for your second interview. Their is nothing wrong with  being a door to door, b2b salesman, what is wrong is placing ads trying to recruit new college grads into a career in marketing when really they'll be pushing stuff around in suits all day long. SO SAVE YOUR TIME AND DONT APPLY TO THEIR MONSTER LISTINGS!!!
It is NOT a real marketing job

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#1 Consumer Comment

They are now located in Houston Texas under the name SEE Marketing

AUTHOR: Chris - (United States of America)

One of the distributors from Shore Thing (Dereck Gwarys) has ventured to Houston, TX and opened up SEE Marketing. If you are reading this read my post about SEE. Bascially SEE and Shore Thing are apart of the same pyramid scheme started by Cydcor.

The reason why there are so many "subsidiaries" of Cydcor like Shore Thing Marketing and SEE is because pyramid companies need to bring in as many recruits as possible. The "founder" hires someone to jumpstart the scam. Then that person hires other distributors. The "founder" pays the first person hired for bringing in new distributors. Then those distributors get paid for bringing in more distributors. Their "commission" is actually a cover up for paying for the fees that allow those companies to be apart of the pyramid scheme. That's right! Your "commission" paid to you is actually left over money from sales that pay for the MLM firm's right to participate in the pyramid.

It's easy to see why so many people think of MLM's as scams, and it's easy to see why many would not  consider them legitimate business structures. They are not technically illegal, but due to their unethical practices and their resemblance to pyramid schemes (which ARE outlawed in most jurisdictions), the Federal Trade Commission and much of the public warns of working for MLM companies.



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