Well, it seems as if I am reporting the first of (what will probably be) many rip off reports on this company. I fealt defrauded because I answered a newspaper add (Columbus Dispatch)for costumer service reps. Now this add had no dollar amount or no big promises (unlike a Ds max type add) this add looked real legit I asked the seceretary questions made sure it wasn't a door to door scam and I made an apointment.
When I got to the place I knew something was up (they had all of those motivational posters on the walls and everyone there was about my age-early twenties). I was ushered into a room to watch a video and hear a speech about the "oppurtunity". I knew it was a scam but I had already driven halfway around the city so I thought that I should get some entertainment some type of way.
They showed us a video about how we can make big bucks pitching are freinds or relatives these health products. They told us that it wouldn't happen immediately, but that in two years time we could make 60,000 dollars a year (or more) of residule income!
I (of course) did not pay the 159 dollars to become a distributor and get a starting pack, but of the 7 college age people duped to watch the video 5 of them did sign up. The fraud of symmetry may not be the products, or that it is a mlm, it is that they advertised these jobs as costumer service and other office type of jobs.
The other girl who did not sign up said she had colled about an office administrator job. They waisted my time (and hers) and for that fradualent act, I am reporting them so that others are not duped.