- Report: #1098592
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Complaint Review: Victory Promotions
Victory Promotions20 w Hubbard St Chicago, Illinois USA
Victory Promotions "Marketing" Scam Chicago Illinois
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I interviewed for a spot in entry marketing through Victory Promotions in May 2008. The ad for the job said they were looking for marketing people for sports marketing promotions. The website listed the White Sox as a client of theirs. When I went to the interview, they called the same day saying they wanted to do a second interview. The second interview was a group of people and entailed us going out with people who worked there in the "field". The product they had was a make up kit by Victoria Jackson. I asked about the sports piece, and they said they finished the promotion selling tickets for the White Sox.
The new promotions were the make up kits and I believe a TV package. The way the people sold the product was going in and high rises downtown. In several instances we were just walking in offices and had security called on us several times. When we got back, they kept talking about how the head guy started where we were. Now, he is the CEO and makes millions. They promised the opportunity for you to have the same fate as long as you keep getting people to work underneath you. Once you had a successful team, you could open your own branch under a new name. It was all a big scheme. Shame on them!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/11/2013 06:34 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Victory-Promotions/Chicago-Illinois-66864/Victory-Promotions-Marketing-Scam-Chicago-Illinois-1098592. 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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