I work for a major corporation in the sales department. Some of the positions within my company require a life insurance license which, as I learned from my recent bitter experience with Transamerica, makes us a target for this company. One of the associates in Transamerica at Pomona, CA., called me (without telling me she was working for Transamerica) to make an appointment with me to learn about some of the services we offer. It is normal for me to receive such calls and off I went When I arrived there (Saturday morning, 50 mile drive to Pomona), I was suprised to learn that this person was in a meeting. My time is valuable and I clarified to the receptionist (very busiy with many many people coming into a meeting) that this Lady had made an appointment with me. finally, the woman who made the appointment came out of somewhere in a very crowded reception area. In an unprofessional manner she indicated that she “”didn’t remember she had another meeting at that time, but she was now inviting me to her other meeting”” ..what, don’t they know how to schedule? I tried to get to my sales presentation, but she was not interested in my presentation, but instead trying to talk me into staying for the recruitment meeting, because perhaps she “”would have some timee after her next meeting.”” How shameless. I suspected this was from the start a scam to cheat me into a recruiting meetings. So this is the ethics of the agents or representatives of Transamerica:This woman made me drive more than 50 miles in a Saturday morning, using a lie to have an opportunity to recruit me.
This complaint and/or review was posted on HolySmoke.org on 21:16 pm, June 06, 2018 (CST) and is a permanent record located at: https://www.holysmoke.org/scam/transamerica-review-2/.
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