- Report: #260053
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: TRANSTECH MERCHANT
TRANSTECH MERCHANTwww.transtechmg.com Nationwide U.S.A.
TRANSTECH MERCHANT GROUP - SUMMIT MERCHANT GROUP LOW QUALITY LEADS, FAILED TO PAY BONUS, MANY CUSTOMER COMPLAINTS ripoff NATIONWIDE
*Consumer Comment: Agreed
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I selected Transtech because they seemed to have complaints that might not be valid. I now suspect that this group keeps the heat off by rolling from company to company and avoiding a long cohesive history. I gave them my required 2 day notice after the 5th day and a consistent 50% no show rate.
I worked Riverside and San Bernardino County for 7 days. The 1st day was exactly what they promised and in 2 interviews I made a sale. Then my appointments crashed to a stunning 50+% no show rate. I logged over 700 miles and ran 27 leads total. Had 14 no shows! Had 3 appointments to homes (all no shows). Had 3 appointments that were reruns to addresses I had reported were no longer occupied by the prospect (not included in no shows).
I had 4 prospects deny flatly that they had set an appointment. I had 4 appointments with customers of our sister companies! The way I see it, there is no way leads are legitimately verified with 50%+ no show and 3 known bad leads rerun.
I suppose it is possible there is a misunderstanding about the $100 bonus for the 1st sale that would result in me not being paid, but with their track record, I don't believe it.
The sale I made was fulfilled flawlessly.
This is not a "High Pressure Sale" per say, however, in order to survive an over saturated market they MUST close on the first sale.
I suppose in less populated areas that have not been beaten to death, this could be lucrative, but in So Cal or other major areas I don't believe it. The guy who was my team leader admitted his average monthly earnings were about $3,500.00. Consider that to be a Team Leader you need to be one of the best. $40K annually is a far cry for the $70K they say is realistic.
The last thing I think should be mentioned, is that, based on my experience, the Team Leader will do anything it takes to get the sale with no regards to the sales persons commission.
I would suggest being financially independent before applying.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/10/2007 11:12 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/TRANSTECH-MERCHANT/nationwide/TRANSTECH-MERCHANT-GROUP-SUMMIT-MERCHANT-GROUP-LOW-QUALITY-LEADS-FAILED-TO-PAY-BONUS-M-260053. 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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