I worked for this company about a week. At first you love the place. Good people, good atmopshere. After a few days you get woke up. At this job you go around best buys begging people to sign a 2 year contract with Directv. You have six days when you start to sign up 4 people. The problem with that is that you dont get to present to customers until the 4th day. The people that have been their multiple years, might get four people to sign up in 3 days. So they fire you the beginning of the 7th day. But i advise anyone that tries to start this job to make sure that you get your paycheck before you get fired, because you will have to move heaven and earth to get your money from them. Do not get sucked into this companies scam. They will drag you through a 3 step interview process to kind of make you think that they are hard to get into. The reality is that they target recent college graduates and give them all these promises of advancement. But its a lie! You will work for around 60 hours a week, including weekends. You only have wednesdays off. All week you have to drive from home, to the office, to the store your assigned, then back to the office, then home. Six days a week. Their is still so much more than this. Just know this. I saw the reviews of this company before i started, and i didnt listen. Please save your self alot of time and money by not getting sucked into this. Im sure their is honest companies still out their. I will keep looking and you should too. Just dont make the bad decision that i did.
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