Just want to share my experience with DVA and Hester Hernandez. I too, got interested when I saw the add on the paper for a management position offering 40K. I thought of trying out since I work a graveyard shift and I was lokking for some extra income. Once you place the call they schedule you for the same day. Once you get there it becomes blatant that they are not serious. The music was so loud that you could barely talk. There were so many paople down there that the rest of the building was kind of watching us. One passer-by actually asked me what was happening. They do not ask for your resumee or you experience managing an office. You go in for about 4 minutes and they ask you 3 questions....that is it. Then you are scheduled for the second interview which takes place in a dirty/dark room with folding chairs. That is when it becomes interesting.......This lady comes in, Hester Hernandez, stating that she is a graduate from Harvard...yes Harvard and now she is making 300K selling cheap perfume! Unbelievable! I, at that point, did not leave because I wanted to be polite and see how far would she go. Then she started with the ghetto talk and honey here, sweetheart there and so on and forth.... I must admit she puts a nice showmanship. I walked out of there with the promise of coming back next monday. And this is when you call somebody with business knowledge to help you out. I happened to call a lawyer-long time Las Vegas resident-friend and he told me that not only the company but its integrants are well known scamsters in Vegas in other cities, just looking to rip off unaware citizens. LAS VEGAS BEWARE!!!!!
Las Vegas, Nevada