I was contacted by a rep from this company on 12/6/2009 about a position with this company. I have a resume posted on CareerBuilder.com. The person says this was supposed to have been a "Customer service" position in Newark, DE, but was vague with the details of the position (a red flag!) She proceed to schedule an interview for me for the following day. Since I did not remember applying for a job with this company, I thought I should do a little research on this company to see exactly what I may be getting myself into. So, I googled TS Air and pretty much found what I expected to find, this company is a scam. They get a bunch of unsuspecting people to come in by "not" telling them all the details of the job, then make a bunch of promises of claims of many riches to be made, get the poor suckers to quit their current jobs (if they are employed), then put them out in the street on a typical "door-to-door" sales job. Now, I've seen some rebuttals here in this job's section, but here's my question, if the job was so great, why not tell people upfront what the job was all about? This is because the job is not great, it's a suck job, and they know it! They will then try to say that people who are not successful there are just lazy. This is a crock! Most people work hard at their jobs. They just would prefer to not have to bother people by knocking on their doors, disturbing them and further annoying them by trying to sell them something. TS Air knows this. This is exactly why they don't describe the job position as such, even though this exactly what the job is. Again beware of any job offers from TS Air. This does not sound like a very honest company.