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  • Submitted: Mon, December 03, 2012
  • Updated: Mon, December 03, 2012

  • Reported By: Luis — New york New York United States of America
Wmx group holdings inc
301 Yamato rd suite 1240 Internet, Florida United States of America

Wmx group holdings inc Scam....I want my money back ...this guy is a liar Internet, Florida

*Author of original report: Scam

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There is no job and NO SALARY. The only way to get paid is to recruit other victims to interview, get "hired" and have them fork over a $2000 "licensing fee". If the victims pay, then you get paid $125 and Thomas Guerriero pockets the remaining $1875.

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#1 Author of original report

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AUTHOR: Luis - (United States of America)

Mike saw a job posting on a NYU job board for an investment banking position (probably something like this job posting, which the firm has live online now), so he went to interview at Guerrierio Wealth Management. He said he walked in and there were dusty posters framed on the walls and plastic plants in the corners. He said he was then ushered with around 30 other interviewers into a conference room. It's "really cheap and tacky looking and it has plastic chairs."

Photo Mike sent us of the Guerriero Wealth Management office "I would be embarrassed to take clients there," Mike says. "Then some young guys (mid 20s) walk in, all dressed in cheap suits, with no elegance or formal manners, and start pitching us about the firm and their god, Anthony Thomas Guerriero 'ATG'". "Then we had to fill out a questionnaire asking very personal questions, social security number, wealthy people we know, their phone numbers, etc... To my surprise, most people filled it out." After the pitch, they start ushering a few guys at a time away for more in-depth interviews. "While I'm waiting in that conference room, the guys working there start engaging in small talk with us. They asked us very personal questions: Who did you vote for in 2008? What are your sexual preferences?" After about 3 hours of small talk, Mike was shown into a room, where two guys no older than 21 "screened" him for a minute and then brought him in to meet the boss, Thomas Guerriero. Guerriero's office is nicer, but he has on a cheap suit and it seems to Mike as though he just manipulates all these young kids into thinking he's a hot shot who's going to make them rich and famous.

Karen Lo "He looks at least 10 years older than the photo you have of him." (The photo above.) "He's probably late thirties; he's graying," Mike tells us. He's by far the oldest one in the office, he says: Everyone else is very young. This is the firm's business model, according to Mike. The kids pay approximately $800 for classes at Guerriero Wealth Holdings' affiliate The Guerriero Institute that will train them to become "financial professionals." Then they start working for Guerriero and hopefully bring in new wealth management or consulting business. Ads by Google Need Interviewing Advice? Dice can help you build a resume and interview like a pro. news.dice.com/

Read more: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2010-05-05/wall_street/29966306_1_mike-interview-guys#ixzz2E2sLj400
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