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Ripoff Report | Good Feet Store (Mission Review - San diego, ca
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Complaint Review: Good Feet Store (Mission Valley) - san diego ca

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  • Reported By: anonomys — San Diego (Mission Valley) CA United States
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Good Feet Store (Mission Valley) Was a potential employee until I learned of the inner workings. san diego ca

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A MUST READ. The inner workings of the company are disgraceful to the process of actually helping people. Upon consideration of employment with this company, I learned the nation's General Sales Manager is a "closing-hungry" money seller. "Yah, helping people is good, but I want CLOSERS!" They aggressively push a 3-step program that's a $1000 for 3 inserts, but they will drop to 2 for $450 if you can't afford it and are denied financing. You will never know that unless you get to that point.

The commissions they pay their salespeople are the 2nd lowest I've ever seen of any sales industry with their profit margins, and the facade of really helping is absolutely true. For $1000 they will make you feel very special, warm and fuzzy. Otherwise, make no mistake you're dealing with a standard "up-list" of sales rotations and it's a hardcore sales closing environment .

I've worked and consulted for multiple companies who's policies border on legality and have figured out how to just skirt the laws. That is exactly how this company operates. For example, they hire salespeople and not medical experts so they'll only discuss the specific type of arch you have if YOU bring it up first. Otherwise, they risk "diagnosing" you if they tell you first.

If you can afford to go there and fully understand how they operate and are okay with it, it's a great decision. But they plan on you expecting to spend $50 when you go in yet have a plan to sell you that $1000 package. Everything from there is a drop down. Hope this helps at least one unsuspecting potential customer.

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