• Report: #1067054

Complaint Review: wmg marketing

  • Submitted: Mon, July 15, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, July 15, 2013

  • Reported By: anonymous — tinton falls New Jersey
wmg marketing
1 hovchild tinton falls, New Jersey USA

wmg marketing Wave advertising Deceptive Interviewing Tactics don't fall for it. tinton falls New Jersey

*General Comment: WMG (Wave Marketing Group) AKA Wave Advertising Group; AKA Wave Consulting Group

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By the time you the potential higher is reading this you have more then likely already been granted a "second interview"  two words of advise "run away."  This company gets you in the door with the promise of a great job and the mention of "please include your salary requirement."  Your first interview will last about 5 minutes, leading you to believe they are greatly interested in you, they will then schedule you for a second interview a few days later.  Upon entering the second interview you are again greeted by the receptionist who will give you two additional forms to fill out.  The first form is stating that you can not collect any pay or sue them for any wrong doings during the one hour evaluation period...  "Wait what, a one hour evaluation period??"  That wasn't mentioned during the first interview.  In fact during the first interview "Andrew" did state that during the second interview you would be meeting with the other management and other potential applicants. [continued below]....

..... So let me get this straight, they won't discuss with you what thier paying how their paying, what type of benefits, is their travel reimbursment, vaction time, stock options or 401k.  They are just interested in getting you out the door to start making them money, without you even getting paid or finding out how much you are going to get paid... more over they are going to evaluate you on products of services you are supposed to present to customers that you know little to nothing of... 

I can tell you this, if you are fresh out of school and highly naive or ready and willing to be taken advantage of, then this might be for you.  If you are a serious career minded individual looking for a rewarding and successful oppertunity, then run away and run away fast.


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WMG (Wave Marketing Group) AKA Wave Advertising Group; AKA Wave Consulting Group

AUTHOR: ANON... - ()

I need to add to what was posted.  These guys are complete A Holes.  Not only do they know what they are doing is wrong, they just don't care.  They are officially a MLM (multi-level marketing) group, aka Pyramid Scheme company.  I wish I did my research on these guys before I wasted my time going to the suppose interview. 

Everything about this place had red flags.  It started with the fact that they didn't tell me what position I was interviewing for.  They told me that I fit all the qualities that they were looking for, but couldn't tell me what position I was up for (red flag #1).  Walked into their office, and they have several different company names (red flag #2).  During the interview, the man Andrew wouldn't shut up.  He kept talking about what this company can offer me.  Training, training and more training.  6 - 8 months of training and I will be a manager, and others will be doing the marketing work, and I will find others to train (red flag #3).  Like many of my interviews, I have many questions, he couldn't answer any of them without giving me the run around (red flag #4).  I asked what is the salary, he can't tell me that, it will be told to me after I come back for a second interview and I go on a sales drive with an acct exec (red flag #5), over 20 years ago, I was put into the same situation, which I learned to be a pyramid scheme.  I looked around, and being an office worker for over 20 years, I know what marketing depts. do on a daily basis, these guys weren't doing anything that looked like work.  (Red flag #6).  What they do is try to bring more and more interviewees / trainees, so that they can hire more people to be at the bottom of the pyramid.  By this time, I had enough, and I told the man I'm just not interested, and I had to tell him that I know that this is a pyramid scheme.  For the first time, the man was lost for words.  I actually caught them in what they were doing.  It was my fault for not doing my due diligence in looking up the companies background, if I did, I would have found out exactly what they were. 

These guys are on the ripoff site for a reason.  They have been caught in their practices of hiring people.  They are a MLM, why this is allowed is beyond me.  They use the ruse of Home Depot, and are now using Verizon as a big set up. 

These guys don't care about the public, I do, that's why I'm writing this to maybe help others not to go to the interview that they schedule you for.  I'm not going to write anymore, because if you look at other posts, you will find out what other crazy things they have done.  Second interview, and they take you on a whole days drive around, etc...  Look for all their aliases.  They will change their names when the public finds out who they really are.  They don't have real jobs for anyone, they are scammers.  Good Luck!

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