Please stay away from Veritas Inc. (fomerly Wentworth Marketing). I would not describe it as a scam, but that would not be far off. I put it under the category of "cult organization" and it is a very bad job. You go around and sell products and services (and encouraged to bend the truth to do so) for AT&T hired by Veritas. You pay for your own gas (which obviously isn’t cheap), get no benefits like health (which obviously isn’t cheap), and prospective customers (small business owners) often aren’t happy to see you because they know you are a salesman. And that is what you will be. They advertise things like "sales leader", "account manager" or "account executive", the job is to be a door to door salesman nothing more, where you will be plenty of bs from unsuspecting small business owners or "clients" as Veritas will put it. Moreover, you can get a lot b.s. from the people you work with. The reason for that is they are trying sell you something as well. You see, the way the system typically works, is that employees need to develop a “team”. When people go on interviews with a “mentor” or a “leader”, those leaders are hoping you will work for them so they can get a large enough of a team and be promoted to run their own marketing group and don’t have to drive around and have people spit in their face.
So, in other words, they are not hiring you, you are hiring yourself. They will take pretty much anyone and hope it works out because they need people in order to be promoted out of their crappy position. And once you are hired, they try to keep selling you for you won’t quit because most people don’t stay long. I only worked there for 16 days (excluding days off), but several people quit in the time I was there. I went on a business trip for a week and 2 of the 7 of us quit by the end of the week (I quit the next week). And most of the employees who had stuck around for more than a few weeks, had only been working there for 6 months or less. Only 3 had been working there for more than 6 months, and even they hadn’t worked there for a year. Only the boss and the secretaries (who didn’t drive all over the state selling stuff) had been there more than a year. It has been a few years since I quit, and outside those secretaries and the owner, the people there are surely entirely different than the people who were there when I was there. I am sure that they have had hundreds maybe thousands of employees be hired and quit since they opened in 2002 in Denver, CO. And the company only has a couple dozen or so sales at any one time. That is quite a turnover rate!
So, in summary, Veritas Inc. (formerly Wentworth Marketing but had to change name due to bad reputation) in Atlanta, owned by Edward Cunliffe, isn’t a scam. It is an actual business, but it is a very, very, very, crappy one. The pay, which is all commission, sucks, the job sucks, and the other workers are constantly trying to sell you the business because they need you to stay on for they can hope to be promoted out of their crummy job (which I calculate has literally only about a 2% chance of happening and even then there is no guarantee you will succeed after you are promoted). Don’t buy their crap about fabulous wealth some day. It is very unlikely because it is an extremely difficult business to succeed in. My boss was rather wealthy (as far as I could tell but then again Ed is a very dishonest man), but he did not seem like a happy person. He seemed like another person chasing money, but winds up lonely with little free time. So stay away from this company. Get a good education and a job where you aren’t a slimy salesman. At least get a job where you can be an honest saleperson that gets a salary and benefits.