Report: #490722

Complaint Review: Big City Advancement (BCA)

  • Submitted: Sat, September 05, 2009
  • Updated: Sat, September 05, 2009
  • Reported By: Marie — Chicago Illinois USA
  • Big City Advancement (BCA)
    209 w lake
    chicago, Illinois
    United States of America

Big City Advancement (BCA) Scentura Creations, FireBird Management, Lincoln Wood, Rhino Management Team (RMT), RAW Enterprises The TRUTH about the opportunity. chicago, Illinois

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 At the end of the training program you will NOT get 30 grand to open up an office no one does. you will 200 bottles of perfume and cologne to sell in the value of $4000. you will not be in office by yourself they will partner you up with 2 or more people. you and who ever they partner you up with will have to sell the 200 bottles given to you  in a months worth of time. That 4grand is to pay for security deposit, phones, insurance, ads for the first week, and to pay for the business license. you may have 200 left, 100 is to open the bank account. leaving you and your partners to furnish the office with items from home.

Owners get an $8 profit off of each bottle. $11 per bottle have to be sent to Scentura Creations in a money order. the other dollar is to be put into a savings account to buy furniture at the end of the year. out of that $8 you have to deduct $2 per bottle in most cases $3 per bottle that is to pay your independent contractors there kickbacks. leaving an owner with a $6 to $5 profit ratio. satilites and seek n destroy room and gas bottles are a -$1 per bottle. all bills; rent, ads, phones, etc.... are added up then broken down into four week that is called your break-even. average break even would be $500 per wk.  all owners are to split whats left over.

The products are not a hot commodity on the streets. the products are known to wear off after a hour or so your gonna work 10-15 hour days, to find buyers ,even as an owner. Each owner has a minimum amount of bottles of perfume they have to sell. If an owner sells get to low that owner will be fired or demoted.

Each Distribution Center has to sell a minimum of 125 bottles per week. If a Distribution falls below the minimum that office will be forced to simply buy the products from themselves, and get the profit later.

an average owner makes less than 20k per year and works an average of 70 to 90 hours per week. A days duty includes one answering phones and setting up interviews while the other one is doing interviews. once interviews are done they are to go out and sell the perfume and cologne to reach there weekly target of 15 to 20 bottles per week.

You  will not have a life and you will not be able to enjoy the little money that you MIGHT make. its really not worth it!

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