Report: #23837

Complaint Review: TREK ALLIANCE - Denver Colorado

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  • TREK ALLIANCE Peoria St. Denver, Colorado U.S.A.


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Like others that I have read about on "Rip Off Report," Trek Alliance found my resume on Monster.com. Deanna called to invite me down for an "interview".

I asked for the company's website so that I could conduct some research and was quickly denied that information. Deanna also told me that the name of the company was Rocky Mountain Alliance...I found out it was really Trek Alliance at my "interview."

The so-called "interview" consisted of about 30 people listening to a pathetic sales pitch (by Rico, then later by Michelle) and watching a video glorifying the products they sell.

At certain points in the video and during the sales pitch, the "Associates" or "Representatives" would mutter oooos and aahhhs and constantly nod their heads in agreement. It seemed almost cult-like. They claim that there are people who get "it" (more successful) and the people who don't.

Well, when I had the pleasure of completely wasting my morning at their "interview", I was told that I had a rare opportunity to meet the man who started it all...Rich Von.....oooohhhh, how could I pass up a chance to be sexually assaulted?!

Believe it or not...I did pass up the opportunity, however, this is not the end. Deanna called me when I didn't show up to their seminar and left a very nice message on my voicemail saying how the executive, Michelle, has been promoted to "Trainer". Deanna also told me how Michelle was earning about one-quarter of a million dollars this year and didn't have to work with anyone, but she wanted to work with me.

I found this to be very strange considering my "interview" consisted of Trek Alliance or Rocky Mountain Alliance convincing me that they were a wonderful company where everyone was at the top of their very own pyramid. I was not interviewed.

Also, a professional and legitimate business does not advertise employees' salaries.

All in all, my experience with Trek Alliance a.k.a. Rocky Mountain Alliance reaked from the start.

Denver, Colorado

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