I worked for this company in Port Richey, Fl for 3 days. The only thing I can say is they make it sound like they are raising money for the families of the fallen officers in that state. Someone may want to verify that, I don’t know if that is true since the checks, billings are made out to Police Protective Fund and it doesn’t designate a state. They also tell people that they aren’t like other organizations that hire telemarketers or fund raising organizations, with us all funds go directly to the Police Protective Fund. That is true,but they don’t say that the money is then used to pay for call centers to be set up in different states, rents, utilities, telemaketers that are paid an hourly wage and commissions off the money they raise, managers salary, commissions and bonuses and then of course all the expenses the corporate office has. So although the statement is true in a grey area, it is unprofessional and very misleading. Especially to these poor old elderly people that are barely getting by and then say even $20 or $15 would help, it’s for the families of the fallen officers. The sales manager says don’t listen to their sob story, just get the money. Also, if they did UA’s on the telemarketers, 2/3 of them wouldn’t pass it, our manager even made a joke about it with one of his tops guys how he looked “tired” after lunch and laughed about it. I don’t think it should be allowed especially since they are collecting peoples CC s, etc. .
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