Found job on craigslist for 100 top companies to work for, i applied they called and set up interview for a data entry position and dress professionaly (duh), so I got there in about 45 minutes and seen a ton of people appiying for a position there. When i got called for interview, the girl was dressed in a two layerd top and pants. (not professional), she then pursue to tell me the entry positions were all filled and sales was only left. I would have my own car to drive all over illinois and no compensation for gas or mileage. only on commission. So I asked here excuse me but where in my resume does it say i do sales? My resume clearly states that i from the medical field as well as administrative work. I told here i shouldve listened to what others where saying on the website about being frauds, what was I thinking? She said i dont understand, I explained to here that her company is bashed and I will be next to make a compaint. I asked how is your company rated top 100 companies to work for? the place lies to get you in the door. Then she proceeded to ask me if i knew who warren buffet was, ummm no but i know jimmy buffett. Oh warren buffet is the richest man in the country she says, oh really??? I said I though bill gates was the richest man, how come i never heard of warren buffet? odd!!! so you ever get a call from these dumb dumbs, dont go its a fraud, a scheme and a lie. .
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