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Complaint Review: Vector Marketing
Vector MarketingBoulder, Colorado U.S.A.
Vector Marketing Bad ethics they break rules at colleges all over the country Boulder Colorado
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However, this gal doesn't seem to comprehend that. I still see their flyers posted in bathrooms and on phone booths, as well as scrawled on blackboards. We tear them down or erase them immediately. Vector has also admitted fraud in several legal cases (twice in the U.S. and once in Australia) and was ordered to cease deceptive recruiting tactics in hiring reps. I know of some newspapers that have even stopped running Vector ads. There is also a former vector division manager who is trying to involve other district and division managers in a class action lawsuit. I also know of a few former employees who challenged their "independent contractor" status through the Dept. of Labor. According to their guidelines, some of Vector's practices, such as requiring further training after being hired and forcing reps. to constantly call in to the office, are more like employee regulations.
I'm hardly saying that everyone who works for Vector makes no money or is scammed, but I would never work for a company with business pratices such as theirs.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/11/2005 07:51 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Vector-Marketing/Boulder-Colorado/Vector-Marketing-Bad-ethics-they-break-rules-at-colleges-all-over-the-country-Boulder-Colo-145829. 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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