My husband was called by a recruiter indicating that he found his resume on careerbuilder.com. He told him it was for a financial position working with Transamerica. The recruiter asked him if he wanted to make great money providing he had the proper training. My husband said yes. The recruiter didn’t answer any of my husbands questions but instead told him to come to the interview and they will answer all questions. When he got there he said it was 10 other people there for the same interview. A group presentation. The lady at the front made him fill out an application and some other paperwork. My husband said he was made to meet 4 people claiming to be managers. After that he was put in a small room with other people and had to listen to a presentation regarding 401k, pensions, retirement, life insurance etc. They never dicussed what the “”job”” was, the pay etc. What they try to do is get you to sign up to sell insurance and other financial products. They also try to get you to sign up your family and friends to sell financial products. My husband said they tell you that you would have to pay 100.00 for your background check. So when they did that he was turned off and started to believe this was a hoax. When my husband started to ask questions they would beat around the bush and start talking about what they wanted him to hear. He said he wasn’t interested and began to walk out. My husband indicated that many people were walking out pissed off about the “”false interview”” they just sat through. He also stated that there were a bunch of other folks waiting outside for the next presentation. They do this all day long, every hour. What this scam of a company is doing is wrong and unethical. Many people are looking for honest jobs right now to get through these hard financial times. To deceive someone like they are doing should be a crime. It’s a shame Las Vegas, Nebraska U.S.A.
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