Luckily, I researched this place after the first interview with Angela. I had a gut feeling about this company because the office was bare, no name anywhere on the building or inside the building. Nothing but a desk and a chair in the office where the interview was held. I looked the company up and found a complaint. It listed such things as emails that are Gmail and Yahoo, the interviewer had no business cards, the offices were bare, they were told to pay $199 for "training material", and the person used a personal cell phone (not an office phone).
So when I got a call back that they wanted to hire me and to set up a time/date to fill out the paper work, I started to do a little research. I went to the second building and was told they moved because they didn't like the color of the last building and would have to repaint it. So I asked her which website was the company's website since I found eight with the words titan securities in it and she pointed to titansecuritiesinc.com.
I remember the website having product graphics that were very pixilated. I know because that is one of the things I used to do at my previous job. Also, there were words misspelled. She looked puzzled.
I asked her about the $199 since the training was by internet and I was told that the company pays me $200/week to train. She said that it was so that you could keep the manuals.
It seemed strange for her not to have business cards. On my previous job in Marketing, I also provided business cards for reps who were traveling and if I couldn't get them ordered in time through our vendor, I would print some out using blank business card sheets found at any Staples or Office Depot. Problem solved!