When I was living in Michigan, not long after I graduated. There was an add in the paper for a 14.95 AN HOUR sales job, great for college students. I thought, WOW! I go to the interview, and it is a group presentation, about 20 people are there. The man was sleazy and I could tell immediately that it was a scam. I stayed to be courteous.
After a long presentation, he told us that he could only hire 5 of us, and that he would be conducting one on one interviews. We all had to wait in another room while he called people in to interview. The "interview" basically consisted of some quick questions, and then him telling us we were hired.
Every single person got hired. Then we learned that we had to buy a Demo kit, and that you only make 14.95 an hour when you are presenting the knives to people. You have to go door to door, and we were told on the phone it was not a door to door job. Also, the building that they used for these interviews was a rented out hall made into an office. It was not an established company in the town like they had said.
Huge rip off. If you have someone who is doing great working for Vector, most likely they are one of the sleazy recruiters, or they have a TON of time to go door to door and sell knives, and are extremely great at sales. Not only that, but stupid. After that hoopla I left and did not come back. I know of some people that did come back to actually take the job and they ended up losing money.
north hollwyood, California