SEE Marketing is a newly formed company that tries to recruit people without sales experience. They specifically target young college students who are seeking employment, via job boards such as Monster.com, Simply Hired.com and CareerBuilder.com. The reason for this is that they realize some students would be willing to take any job.
I was contacted by SEE Marketing's supposed human resource manager Tia Karon. Tia told me that SEE was looking for retail account managers for their client DirectTV. The problem is that this company (and its "parent company" Shore Thing Marketing) deliberately deceive applicants into working for their company. The job does not entail dealing with DirectTV customers and managing their accounts. Rather it, like many other marketing schemes, involves going door to door or business to business selling products and services.
I went to an interview and later I was told I had a second interview scheduled. This is how all multi-level marketing schemes work. They guarantee applicants a job position and have applicants sale products for little to no pay. Marketing companies such as SEE tend to have a very questionable history, a poor reputation and shady business strategies. Even worse, its very difficult to trace marketing companies to their "parent" company, since the promoted employees venture off to open their own multi-level marketing company in a new location and with a different name.
SEE is one of those companies. Derek Gawrys, Tia Karon and Chip Albert came to Houston, TX in a vain hope of continuing this elaborate pyramid scheme started by Shore Thing Marketing. Pyramid companies recruit people, have them go door to door everyday, promote them, have the promoted recruits hire new applicants and encourage the promoted recruits to venture out and open up a new "division" in a new location. All this so the "founder" can enjoy ever growing profits from each "division" of the "parent company" from the sale of lousy products, such as discount coupons.
The best course of action is to avoid any and all marketing companies like SEE or Shore Thing Marketing. They are not worth anyone's time and effort.