This sounded too good to be true.
I recently posted my resume on careerbuilder.com with a target for Customer Service position in the Atlanta area. I received a job offer from Impact 210 via email stating an assistant seen my resume and forwarded it to her as a possible candidate for a customer service position and to complete an online application for consideration. I completed the application, 3 days later another email was sent stating that since I completed the app. I am eligible for final review from the Customer Service Manager in my area...after completing another part of the application. finally the last email stated that they cannot offer me the customer service position but offered two other positions as a talent scout or casting manager.
Come to find out as I was yahooing...I typed the agency name in the search engine and there was a testimonial from this website stating the company was a fraud. To see if it was true I went and accepted the position as a talent scout (keep in mind I have no experience in this field) and I was considered for training as fast as a click of a mouse. No interview. the catch is the pay is based off people paying a fee. I would only get paid $1 off a $2.50 fee by the talent signing up on the website. No benefits, no nothing mentioned.
The company say they work with top professionals and companies such as MTV, HBO, Tommy Hilfilger, as the list continue.
I really can't say if it is a honest site for models but I know the job offers are not as good as they are played up to be.