I responded to their ad for an "office manager" on Snag A Job , then I was called by the "HR department" (On a Saturday) for an interview the following Monday. I went to the interview, they only asked me a few questions like "How do you define professionalism?", "Are you professional in the way you carry yourself?", "How do you define a leader?" Very generic questions. The hiring manager hired me on the spot. She said there was a $77.32 registration fee and I had to pay it as soon as possible. I went to the atm and got the money, came back and paid her immediately. She said training would be on Friday, and to bring the $150 deposit for training materials. I was informed later that week that training got moved to Saturday. Then a got another call, saying it was moved to Monday. At the initial "training", they talked alot about the amount of money we would make, good incentives we could earn, how awesome their products, how easy the job itself would be. Then at the end of that "training", we had to pay the $150 for our training materials. We didn't get our training materials that day. When we did get the materials, it was little booklets that were probably printed at staples or office depot, etc.; a disposable pie plate for demonstrating one of the "companies" products; a lighter; a couple business cards and an old fire extinguisher. Definitely not worth $150. Also during "training" we were to sell $2000 in products and help hire several people in order to finish "training." They changed the amount to $550 and number of people we had hire in order to get through the "fast track training program" so we could get in our "own" offices faster. I actually paid the whole $550 myself in order to finish my training faster. Then they said the Southeast region of this company was sold to "Jay Howard", our "trainer." So he started to do alot of things online. Doing meetings on conference calls instead of in person, setting up a website for us to use for hiring, registering and training new employees and online store for customers to buy products. Also, in order to cut cost we would just work from home so WE didn't have to pay for OUR OWN offices. Shortly after the website went up, we stopped having daily conference calls, and lost alot of contact with the "owner" and "regional manager." I've called the "owner" myself to ask about where the "products" are that I spent $550 of MY OWN MONEY on and he can't give me a straight answer. So I've been searching on the internet for information "Jay" (Jai, Jeremiah) and "Elizabeth"(Yoli), and the things others have posted online are very negative, this is a scam they have used to steal money from me and countless others in different cities and states. I hope if you are reading this, you know where these scammers are and you can help stop them! Don't be their next victims!!!