• Report: #838633

Complaint Review: Uniguest Hotel Directory Publishers

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  • Submitted: Mon, February 13, 2012
  • Updated: Wed, August 15, 2012

  • Reported By: Teddy — San Francisco California United States of America
Uniguest Hotel Directory Publishers
1035 Acorn Drive Nashville Tennessee Internet United States of America

Uniguest Hotel Directory Publishers Uniguest Hotel Directory Publishers Rips Off Employees and Advertisers!!! Internet, Internet

*UPDATE Employee: The Truth

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If you are planning to work for or advertise with Uniguest Hotel Directory Publishers of Tennessee, please beware!!

Prospective Employees: Please note, that you will not get paid a cent if you sell under the outrageous prices that Uniguest asks for an advertisement!! Uniguest asks $450 for a one page advertisement and has a history of sending new employees to hotels that others have tried to fulfill years ago!! If you sell the ads for what they sold for the last time hotel guest directory was completed , and prices are under a certain amount , you will not get paid a thing for the work you turn in!!

Prospective Advertisers: Uniguest asks $450 for a full page ad that gets placed in the very back of a hotel's guest directory !!
Many  businesses report often not even getting one customer from poorly produced "directory."

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#1 UPDATE Employee

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AUTHOR: Expose Them - (United States of America)

Untrue information, you need to sell 60% of quota- $4000 x .60= $2400. You KEEP EVERYTHING above the $2400 that you sell, which is about 7 ads at $350 each.

That's a 40% commission if you meet quota. Most jobs take about 8 days plus they pay for your hotel. Good deal in my book, made $1500 in 7 days on my first assignment. This report sounds like sour grapes from someone that can't sell.

I sent in the paperwork and payments and had a wire in my account in 48 hours. Best 1099 gig I've had.

The guest book is printed to the quality standards of the parent hotel (La Quinta, Choice, Best Western, Etc.)

True the company sends reps back annually, but that's because they have a three year agreement to provide the guestbook. As I mentioned, the guestbook is a requirement of the parent hotel, and is expensive to produce. Ads offset the cost of production and help the hotel properties bottom line, so really it's a win/ win.

Technically true that you could walk out of  an assignment without a commission.. if you stink at sales. My experience is that most advertisers renew, and understand that prices do go up. Just like the other cost they incur doing business. 

So, bottom line is that Uniguest is a 20 year old business that does a good job at what they do. High turnover is common in sales. Especially these days, when everyone looks for easy money and there is so much hype about "sky's the limit" commissions. Unfortunately sales is a dying profession, overcrowded with people that lack the true drive it takes to hit doors day after day to make it happen. And then they cry about being ripped off. 



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